AANA advanced, individualized instruction meets and exceeds the learning needs of a variety of career stages for Orthopaedic Surgeons. Register now for what’s considered to be a truly customized and exclusive educational experience.

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Advanced Lab Courses

Designed for the advanced practicing surgeon, these courses review current surgical skills and techniques utilizing the latest equipment. Participate in real-world case discussions, interactive panels and several hours of cadaver lab time that will increase competencies on specialized joint(s). Register now for 2020 courses!

Resident/Fellow Courses

Positioned for surgeons just starting their career, the AANA Foundations in Arthroscopy lab courses feature hands-on labs and lectures that focus on basic motor skills training, knee arthroscopy and shoulder arthroscopy. The AANA Annual Fellows Course contains small-group sessions and expert instructional pairings that focus on shoulder, knee and hip arthroscopy.

AANA/SOMOS Course

Focused on optimizing care of the military athlete, this two-day intensive course combines personalized lab sessions with technique-based lectures, multiple case panels and interactive discussions that military surgeons won’t find anywhere else.

Copernicus Initiative for Proficiency Based Progression (PBP) Training

Intended for preparing trainees to ensure that sophisticated and technically demanding tools, instruments and implants are employed safely and effectively in the operating room, PBP training provides content focused on acquiring and demonstrating basic skill sets before progressing on to more advanced techniques. Trainees benefit from the clarity that performance metrics provide, the optimized and focused performance feedback, deliberate practice opportunities and the ability to correct deficiencies in a safe and supportive environment.

 

Lab Courses and Training Reference

AANA proudly hosts its lab courses at the OLC Education & Conference Center.

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