This section is for faculty, speakers, moderators and paper or poster presenters participating in the Hand Society’s 68th Annual Meeting.
Links and information relevant to presenters and speakers will be posted here. Please check back regularly for updates.
Important Dates for Presenters:
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View the Annual Meeting program.
Heads up - this year our Annual Meeting is completely digital. What does that mean for you?
New this year! - Patient Safety Credits
Did you know, maintenance of licensure in some states (including Pennsylvania and Texas) and membership in ASPS requires patient safety credit hours?
ASSH is ready to meet your changing education needs with the help of our course faculty.
In Patient Safety education, emphasis is placed on the system of care delivery that
- prevents errors;
- learns from the errors that do occur; and
- is built on a culture of safety that involves health care professionals, organizations, and patients.
Click here to read a complete description of what qualifies as Patient Safety education.
If any portion of your lecture qualifies as patient safety education in accordance with what is provided in the description above, let us know so that we can note this for participants’ CME claim for their patient safety credits. Credits are compiled for the course as a whole so even as few as 2 minutes of your lecture could add up.
Include this information when you submit your handouts.
Session & Program Updates
Contact your course liaison for additional information/assistance related to program and faculty changes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you aren't sure who to contact.
Abstract & Manuscript submission information coming soon.
ASSH does not reimburse Annual Meeting faculty for any expenses, including but not limited to participation, travel or housing.