2022 UNC Annual Conference - Improving Knee Injury

2022 UNC Annual Conference - Improving Knee Injury
Improving Knee Injury Outcomes
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Session topics: prevention of injuries, surgical and non-surgical management and outcomes, rehabilitation and recovery (including psychologically-informed care and nutrition), and team approach to sports medicine.

Keynotes: Dr. Robert Arciero (UConn Health), Dr. Bernard Bach (Rush University Medical Center), Dr. Anthony Beutler (Intermountain Healthcare), Dr. Kevin Ford (High Point University), Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler (University of Delaware)

UNC: Dr. Shelby Baez, Dr. David Berkoff, Dr. Joshua Berkowitz, Dr. R Alex Creighton, Dr. Joseph Hart, Dr. Ganesh Kamath, Dr. Brian Pietrosimone, Dr. Abbie Smith-Ryan, Dr. Jeffery Spang

Registration Fees: Deadline September 16

    - Physicians (MD, DO) $225
    - Non-physician healthcare providers (PA, NP, PT, ATC) and researchers $150
    - Fellows/Residents/Students $100 (CEUs not provided)

Additional Activities: (selected during registration)
    - Thursday reception, 6-8 pm, included in registration. RSVP required.
    - Saturday UNC v Virginia Tech football game, time TBD, $36. Available until Aug 1.

Cancellation Policy:
You may cancel your registration for a refund minus a $50 administration fee until August 31st. Beginning September 1, there will be no refunds; however, if you are unable to attend due to extenuating circumstances (i.e. quarantine due to COVID infection, natural disaster, death in family), registration fee can be carried forward to next year’s conference with approval. To request a refund or future credit, email UNCSMI@med.unc.edu.

9/30/2022 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday Conference Center 100 Friday Center Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1020 UNITED STATES

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