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AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification Preparation and Review (West Coast)

  1. 1. AAOS BoardMaintenance ofCertification ®Preparationand Review M O C Maintenance of Certification® Meet the challenge.• repare for the ABOS P Recertification Examination Manage the process.• ocus on established principles F of orthopaedic practice• eview the testable material R you need to know for the exam 2 Locations! 2 Dates! November 1 - 3, 2012 November 15 - 17, 2012 Boston, MA San Francisco, CA Isador H. Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSC Tal S. David, MD Steven A. Stuchin, MD Donald A. Wiss, MD Course Directors Course Directors
  2. 2. Course Directors – East AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification®Isador H. Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSCSteven A. Stuchin, MDCourse Directors – West Preparation and ReviewTal S. David, MD November 1-3, 2012 • Boston, MADonald A. Wiss, MD November 15-17, 2012 • San Francisco, CAFaculty – East A key component of your MOC planAlbert J. Aboulafia, MDO. Alton Barron, MD As you review your Maintenance of Certification® requirements and prepare for yourJoseph A. Bosco, III MD computer-based ABOS Recertification Examination, turn to the AAOS to help you prepare.Edmund R. Campion, MD Led by an experienced teaching faculty, this course is a key component of your MOC testDennis A. Cardone, DOChristopher P. Chiodo, MD preparation plan and gives you the confidence you need to achieve your MOC goal. Choose fromKenneth A. Egol, MD two locations and two dates for the session that best fits your schedule.Peter J. Evans, MDDavid P. Gurd, MDA. Jay Khanna, MD Orthopaedic knowledge “check-up”Joseph M. Lane, MD Review the critical material you need to know across the orthopaedic specialties. You’ll coverToni M. McLaurin, MDChristopher W. Olcott, MD management options for reconstructive and traumatic musculoskeletal conditions, assessNirmal Tejwani, MD evidence-based orthopaedic literature, and “check-up” on your knowledge in every area ofFaculty – West orthopaedics. At the end of each day, participate in breakout sessions and small groups with facultyAlbert J. Aboulafia, MD to further discuss specific topics addressed that day. Your skilled faculty uses and referencesSuraj Achar, MDChristopher T. Behr, MD multiple sources, including AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review, Journal of Bone andHank G. Chambers, MD Joint Surgery, Orthopaedic Knowledge Update, and more as a basis for the lectures.John A. Davis, Jr., MDEric W. Edmonds, MDJohn M. Itamura, MD Wireless and plugged-in!Mark A. Lee, MD This year’s in-course blogging feature increases your opportunity to ask questions throughoutDavid W. Lowenberg, MD the course. Bring your laptop or tablet PC to participate in this interactive course feature.Eric G. Meinberg, MDMatthew J. Meunier, MDThomas F. Moyad, MD, MPH Continue the challenge at home with 200+ take-home multiple choice questions reviewedVikas V. Patel, MD throughout the course, including discussions and recommended readings for each question andStephen J. Pinney, MDKlane K. White, MD answer set.Please note:Course faculty is subject to change. This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to: • Describe current clinical, laboratory, and diagnostic imaging methods • Demonstrate clinical decision-making skills in pediatric and adult musculoskeletal disorders • ifferentiate between current operative and non-operative treatment strategies for a wide D spectrum of adult and pediatric, upper and lower extremity, and traumatic and non-traumatic orthopaedic conditions • ummarize evidence-based orthopaedic literature concerning a wide array of common S musculoskeletal conditions in children and adults • dentify your knowledge gaps, develop a study plan, and determine examinable topics, I as you prepare for the ABOS recertification examAll faculty members have disclosedpotential conflicts of interest. Thesedisclosures can be viewed online at The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ABOS) does not providewww.aaos.org under ‘Member Services’. content or material for this educational program.
  3. 3. AAOS Board Maintenanceof Certification®Preparation and ReviewNovember 1-3, 2012 M O C Maintenance of Certification®Boston, MAIsador H. Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSC, and Steven A. Stuchin, MDCourse Directors Meet the challenge.December 15-17, 2012San Francisco, CA Manage the process.Tal S. David, MD, and Donald A. Wiss, MDCourse Directors Register today! Call toll-free (800) 626-6726 Course Directors Tal S. David, MD, and Donald A. Wiss, MD San Francisco, CA December 15-17, 2012 Course Directors Isador H. Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSC, and Steven A. Stuchin, MD Boston, MA November 1-3, 2012 Preparation and Review of Certification® AAOS Board Maintenance AMZO 60018 PAID Rosemont, Illinois U.S. POSTAGE 6300 North River Road NONPROFIT ORG
  4. 4. The sequence of lecture topics may vary per course. Please check online forNovember 1-3, 2012 • Boston, MA • Course #3268 the most up-to-date daily schedule per location. Visit www.aaos.org/3268 orNovember 15-17, 2012 • San Francisco, CA • Course #3271 www.aaos.org/3271, and click on “View the Daily Schedule.” For your convenience, registration is available on Wednesday evening from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.THURSDAYPre-session Activities 6:15 am – 7:10 am • Metabolic Bone and Inflammatory Joint Disease/ Osteoporosis of Spine/Vertebral Compression Sports• Registration/Breakfast • veruse Injuries, Neurologic Injuries Related to O Fractures Sports Participation, Musculoskeletal Injuries in• Exhibits Discussion/Questions and Answers/Audience Young Athletes• Welcome and Introduction and Blog Demo Response System (ARS) • edical Aspects of Sports Participation, Sports MThe Recertification Exam: “Never Has So Much Rehabilitation ABOS Board MOC – Presentation/QuestionsDepended On So Little” Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS (Takes place during lunch)Morning 7:45 am – 1:00 pm Afternoon 1:15 pm – 6:05 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONSGeneral and Spine Small Group Special Interest Groups Oncology • pine S• Imaging General/Imaging of Spine • ncology, Systemic Disease, Treatment of O • Oncology• erioperative Medical Management, Nonunion P Musculoskeletal Tumors, Metastatic Bone • ports S Osteomyelitis Deformity Disease, Miscellaneous Lesions• egenerative Conditions of Lumbar Spine/Adult D • enign Bone Tumors, Malignant Bone Tumors, B Spinal Deformity Benign Soft Tissue Tumors and Reactive Lesions,• egenerative Conditions of Cervical Spine/ D Malignant Soft Tissue Tumors Infection/Trauma Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARSFRIDAYPre-session Activities 6:30 am – 7:10 am Trauma Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS • valuation of the Trauma Patient, Coagulation E• Breakfast/Exhibits Elbow• Announcements and Thromboembolism, Blood Management • islocations, Fractures, and Stiffness of the Elbow D • oot Trauma, Fractures of the Ankle and F • rthritides and Athletic Injuries of the Elbow AMorning 7:15 am – 11:35 am Tibial Plafond Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARSPediatrics BREAKOUT SESSIONS• ediatric Trauma, Pelvis and Lower Extremity P Fractures, Infection, Spine Afternoon 12:20 pm – 5:50 pm Small Group Special Interest Groups • elvic, Acetabular and Sacral Fractures, P • Pediatrics• ediatric Hip, Conditions Affecting the Lower P Hip Dislocations and Femoral Head Fractures, • Trauma Extremity, Normal and Abnormal Growth, Hip Fractures • Elbow Neuromuscular Disorders • ractures of Femoral Shaft and Distal Femur, Knee FDiscussion/Questions and Answers/ARS Dislocation and Patella Fractures, Tibial Plateau and Tibia-Fibula Shaft Fractures • ractures of Humeral Shaft and Distal Humerus, F Shoulder TraumaSATURDAYPre-session Activities 6:30 am – 7:10 am • rthritis and Arthroplasty of the Shoulder, Trauma A Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS • iagnosis and Management of Periprosthetic D Fractures and Infections• Breakfast/Exhibits • ruciate and Collateral Ligaments, Meniscus C• Announcements Foot and Ankle Injury and Repair, Articular Cartilage Injury and • Disorders of the First Ray, Forefoot DisordersMorning 7:15 am – 12:15 pm • Arthritis and Arthrodesis, Heel Pain Treatment Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARSShoulder, Hand and Wrist Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS• and and Wrist Fractures, Carpal Instabilities, H BREAKOUT SESSIONS Infections, Nerve Compression Afternoon 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Small Group Special Interest Groups• rthritides of Hand and Wrist, Dupuytren A Total Joint Arthroplasty and Knee • Total Joint Contracture, Flexor and Extensor Tendon Injuries • onarthroplasty Surgical Treatment of the N • Foot AnkleDiscussion/Questions and Answers/ARS Hip and Knee • Shoulder, Hand and Wrist• houlder Instability, Shoulder Conditions in S • Primary and Revision Hip Arthroplasty Athletes, Rotator Cuff Tears • Primary and Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty Discussion/Questions and Answers/ARS 26.75 Total Credits of Category 1 CME Course participants are required to complete an online evaluation form in order to receive CME credits. Your CME transcript will include credits for participation approximately four weeks following the course. Visit www.aaos.org/transcript to view your transcript.
  5. 5. General InformationRefunds Accreditation StatementRequests for refunds must be received in writing at the Academy office The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the(AAOS, 6300 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018-4262) one week prior Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provideto the course. Beyond the deadline date, no monetary refund will be continuing medical education (CME) for physicians.issued. Instead, a tuition credit will be given toward another AAOScourse held within one year. In all instances, a $100 processing fee AMA Credit Designation Statementwill be charged. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 26.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™Refund Deadline Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Course #3268 October 25, 2012 Course #3271 November 8, 2012 Obtaining CME Credit Course participants are required to complete an online evaluation formHousing Information in order to receive CME credit. AAOS members: Your CME transcriptA block of rooms has been set aside at the hotel for registrants of file will list your CME credits for participation in this CME coursethis course. Please contact the number below to reserve your approximately four weeks following the course.accommodations. All hotel reservation requests must be secured withan advance room deposit. For More Information For detailed information on any of the Academy’s CME courses, useAAOS Board Maintenance of Certification® any of these options:Preparation and Review – East • Call our Customer Service Department at (800) 626-6726 • Outside the U.S. call +1-847-823-7186Course #3268, Boston, MA • Go to the Academy’s website, www.aaos.org/coursesNovember 1-3, 2012Westin Boston Waterfront Discounted Airfare/Rental Car425 Summer St Call CorpTrav Management Group toll-free (800) 211-8016, orBoston, MA 02210 United Airlines at (800) 521-4041, to receive special discounts onHotel Phone Number: (888) 627-7115 or (617) 532-4600 United flights - Reference #549KD Housing Reservation Deadline October 08, 2012 For discount car rental call Hertz Rent-a-car at (800) 654-2240 – Reference CV#02KS0017 Room Rates: $185 night, plus Single or Double occupancy applicable taxes Please specify you will be attending an American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons CME course. (Individuals traveling from outsidePlease specify that you will be attending the American Academy the US and Canada will need to contact a travel agency or the airlinesof Orthopaedic Surgeons Board Maintence of Certification course. directly within their country.)AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification® IMPORTANT: Please call Customer Service at (800) 626-6726 to confirm your registration before making your airline reservationsPreparation and Review – WestCourse #3271, San Francisco, CA Course CancellationNovember 15-17, 2012 The Academy reserves the right to cancel a course thirty (30) daysWestin San Francisco Market Street prior to the course date. Any person who has registered for the course50 Third Street will be notified by email at the address noted in the AAOS memberSan Francisco, CA 94103 database. A telephone call will also be made to each registrant forHotel Phone Number: (888) 627-8561 or (415) 974-6400 whom a number is available. Persons whose registration is received after a course is cancelled will be notified by telephone and email. Housing Reservation Deadline October 24, 2012 Registration fees will be refunded in full. However, other costs incurred Room Rates: $185 night, plus by the registrant, such as airline or hotel penalties are the responsibility Single or Double occupancy applicable taxes of the registrant.Please specify that you will be attending the American Academy Please Register Early! of Orthopaedic Surgeons Board Maintence of Certification course. Courses are frequently oversubscribed. Deadlines and registration limits enable the Academy to con­­ your regis­­­ firm tration. If you have notMake Your Housing Reservation Now!  received confirmation from the AAOS by mail or email prior to yourThe Academy cannot guarantee a room or special room rate for anyone departure for the course, please contact the Academy’swho registers for the course after the housing deadline. If the room tomer Service ­ epartment­at (800) 626-6726. Cus­­­ Dblock fills prior to the deadline, the hotel cannot guarantee availabilityand/or the special AAOS rate. Housing reservations may be available The Aca­­­ demy cannot be responsible for expenses incurred by anonline. Go to the Academy’s website at www.aaos.org/3268 and individual who is not con­­­ firmed and for whom space is not avail­ ble awww.aaos.org/3271, click on the link “housing reservations online.” at the course. Costs incurred by the registrant, such as air­ine or hotel l penal­­ are the responsi­ ility of the regis­rant. ties b t
  6. 6. RegistraTion form Four Ways Course Tuition Registration fee includes course materials, syllabus, breakfasts, lunches and to Register refreshment breaks. Enrollment for these courses are limited to 275 participants. Phone: Call Customer Service at AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification® 1 (800) 626-6726, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. C.T. Preparation and Review – East Outside U.S. call +1-847-823-7186. Course #3268 November 1-3, 2012 Boston, MA Fax: Fax a copy of this form to (800) 823-8025. 2 Outside U.S. fax to +1-847-823-8025. Check only one AAOS Member/Candidate Member/Associate Member/ International Member.................................................................................$899 Online: Visit www.aaos.org/courses, and 3 fill in the information requested. Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon/ International Nonmember/Other Physician/ Non-MD Practitioner/Non-Physician........................................................$1,099 Mail: Mail directly to: American Academy of 4 Orthopaedic Surgeons, Box 75838, Chicago, IL Orthopaedic Resident/Post Residency Fellow/Nurse/ Allied Health/Physician Assistant/Military*..................................................$799 60675-5838. AAOS Emeritus..........................................................................................$599 . Please allow 3 weeks to process registrations submitted by mail. AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification® Preparation and Review – WestTuition enclosed $ Course #3271(U.S. Dollars only, pay­ ble to American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) a November 15-17, 2012 San Francisco, CAPrint name and number that appear on mailing label: Check only one AAOS Member/Candidate Member/Associate Member/Academy ID# International Member.................................................................................$899 Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon/Name International Nonmember/Other Physician/ Non-MD Practitioner/Non-Physician........................................................$1,099Address Orthopaedic Resident/Post Residency Fellow/Nurse/ Allied Health/Physician Assistant/Military*..................................................$799City State Zip AAOS Emeritus..........................................................................................$599 . * AAOS members in active U.S. military dutyCountryWork Telephone Fax Number Final Course Information Final course information will be available on the Academy’s website oneHome Telephone E-mail Address month prior to the course date. This information will not be mailed to you. Go to www.aaos.org/3268 and www.aaos.org/3271, and click on Visa MasterCard American Express “View Final Course Information.”Credit Card Number Expiration date Priority Code: 2497 Check here if ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accommo­ ation is desired. d An AAOS staff person will contact you. Enroll today! Call (800) 626-6726