The Aesthetic Meeting 2012

The Plastic Surgery Education Network was present at the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on May 3-8, 2012. In addition to providing demos, PSEN interviewed attendees on the clinical highlights of the meeting. To see some of the faculty from the meeting discuss the high points of the clinical program, click the video above.

ASAPS recorded many of the panels and presentations of The Aesthetic Meeting, which you can purchase access to via their site. The Aesthetic Society has also allowed some of those sessions to be hosted in the PSEN Presentation Library, including a full panel from The Aesthetic Meeting 2011.

Watch the following free lectures on PSEN:
The Art of Deep Chemical Peels — Video Demonstrations presented by David Larson, MD
The Emerging Trend of Non-Invasive Body Contouring — Is It Time for You to Buy In? presented by Brian Kinney

Watch the following full panel from The Aesthetic Meeting 2011:
Interactive Video: Gluteal Augmentation presented by Raul Gonzales, MD

Plastic Surgery 11 THE Meeting

The Plastic Surgery Education Network (PSEN) was everywhere at Plastic Surgery 11 THE Meeting.  PSEN recorded dozens of lectures and panels, videotaped clinical news interviews with many of the presenters and maintained a demonstration booth to show surgeons the new online education website in the Exhibit Hall. The annual scientific meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons (ASMS) was held September 23-27, 2011 in Denver. Nearly 4,700 physicians, staff, allied medical personnel, and more attended the meeting to discuss the hot topics, technologies and latest research in plastic surgery. From body contouring after bariatric surgery to breast augmentation to hand rejuvenation to robotics, the scope of the meeting was as wide as the specialty.

Watch the PSEN video news coverage of the meeting by clicking the video player above. The first round of lectures recorded in Denver are now available in the Presentations section of the network. More presentations and courses based on select lectures for CME credit will be released in the weeks to come.

Visit PSEN at Booth #1114 at IPRAS 2011

PSEN provides demos of its plastic surgery educational resources at IPRAS 2011 in Vancouver

The Plastic Surgery Education Network (PSEN) will be providing demonstrations of this broad-based plastic surgery educational portal and its various types of video, lecture and self-directed learning content throughout the week in the Exhibit Hall at the IPRAS international conference of plastic surgery in Vancouver, May 24-26th.

A joint venture of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and seven plastic surgery subspecialty organizations, PSEN is designed to offer a comprehensive home for lifelong learning for plastic surgeons around the world.

To get access to PSEN and be provided with a personal demonstration of its wealth of procedural videos, lecture presentations, self-directed learning activities, online CME courses and more, IPRAS attendees are invited to visit the PSEN Booth #1114, in the IPRAS Exhibit Hall.

ASPS Director of Online Learning, John Everson, will be available at the PSEN booth to assist plastic surgeons in logging in and accessing the new educational web portal. To set up a personal appointment, surgeons can email jeverson@plasticsurgery.org or simply come to the Booth #1114 during Exhibit Hall hours Tuesday – Thursday, May 24-26.