NOW YOU CAN WATCH dozens of hours of lectures from Plastic Surgery The Meeting 2013 from the comfort of your home or office! With program tracks covering Aesthetic, Breast, Reconstructive, Practice Management and everything in between, this is the ultimate plastic surgery lecture library!
More than 90 hours of Session A/B/C panels and lectures, as well as Instructional Courses were recorded at the San Diego Annual Meeting in October. If you were a registrant at the meeting, you have automatically been given free access to the General Session recordings (just look in your My PSEN/My Courses area). The Instructional Course recordings are available to attendees for a fee.
If you did not attend Plastic Surgery The Meeting in San Diego, you can now purchase access to large blocks of programming to watch at your leisure — some of the IC courses also have CME available at an additional fee.
There are also a number of free sessions posted in the PSEN Presentations area. To see all of the sessions available, and to watch a clinical news video discussing the highlights of the annual meeting, visit: www.psenetwork.org/PlasticSurgery2013
Last month, PSEN was a part of the annual meetings of our founding partners, the American Association for Hand Surgery, American Society for Peripheral Nerve and American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery on January 9-15, 2013 in Naples, Florida. In addition to providing demos of the website in the meeting exhibit hall, PSEN’s video news crew interviewed a number of attendees about the scientific highlights of the clinical programs, as seen in the video above. PSEN also recorded over 30 hours of panels and lecture presentations from the meetings. A selection is now available to view in the PSEN presentations area. More lecture recordings from the meetings will be posted over the next couple of weeks. Some of the presentation topics include:
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Atypical Microsurgical Indications
Refinements in Toe Transfer
Graded Motor Imagery (GMI)
Members of AAHS, ASPN or ASRM have free access to PSEN through their society membership. Your username is always your email address — if you don’t know or remember your password, just click the forgot my password link on the PSEN Login page or contact PSEN at email@example.com.