The Technology Innovation in Plastic Surgery (TIPS) Conference was held June 17-19 in San Francisco. TIPS is hosted by the Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF), the research arm of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Topics presented at TIPS include (but are not limited to):
Fat and stem cells to treat wrinkles and restore volume
Non-invasive body contouring
Skin resurfacing and tightening
Injectable fillers, topical agents, tissue regeneration for facial rejuvenation
Fat grafting for breast augmentation and the future of breast implants
Cell based therapies/tissue engineering to treat wounds
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 email@example.com or simply come to the Booth #1114 during Exhibit Hall hours Tuesday – Thursday, May 24-26.