AAHKS Special Courses

AAHKS hosts four “Special Courses” tailored to specific
audiences at the Annual Meeting each year.

Registration

The AAHKS Special Courses:

Business of Total Joint Replacement Course

The Business of Total Joint Replacement Course is beneficial for physicians and their business leads who seek to maximize practice success through pursuit of increased market share and revenue growth.

7 CME Credits awarded for full participation. 

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Orthopaedic Team Member Course

The Orthopaedic Team Member Course has been specifically created for physician assistants, nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, surgical assistants and physical therapists specializing in total joint arthroplasty. The course will cover the diagnoses and treatments of disorders seen by the orthopaedic team specializing in hip and knee reconstruction. It is designed for the non-physician surgical team members who care for these patients.

7 CME Credits awarded for full participation. 

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AAHKS Research Course

The AAHKS Research Course is designed for orthopaedic surgeons and other health professionals who are interested in learning about the steps to either start or enhance their research opportunities and connections regardless of their practice type. The course will review different research structures and goals that can fit various practices. Learn from experts about how to answer critical questions with big data sets and how to utilize AJRR data in your practice.

No CME is offered for this course. 

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AAHKS Resident Arthroplasty Course

The course and its accompanying Lab Course (see “THA/TKA Lab and Cementing Lab Course Opportunity” on Resident Course page) provide PGY3/PGY4 residents with the opportunity to learn the latest information regarding total joint arthroplasty from nationally renowned experts. The didactic Resident Course includes both large- and small-group sessions, where surgical techniques and cases will be reviewed, allowing significant interaction with the faculty. A maximum of 140 residents from the United States and Canada will be eligible to participate in this learning opportunity.

Application period opens on May 9, 2022.
No CME credit is offered for this course. 

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For questions regarding the special courses, please email Meeting@AAHKS.org

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