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Annual Meeting program chairs Charles S. Day, MD, and Edward Diao, MD look forward to a robust program at the 70th Annual Meeting of the ASSH in Seattle next September.

View the full schedule below or download a printable version of the Schedule at a Glance.

Schedule of All Sessions and Events
Tuesday (Sept. 8) Wednesday (Sept. 9) Thursday (Sept. 10) Friday (Sept. 11) Saturday (Sept. 12)
7:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Room 4C-3, Convention Center

This course targets current and upcoming hand fellows to provide them with the skills and knowledge of common upper extremity flaps, skin coverage and vascular bone transfer.  

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Eagle Boardroom, Sheraton
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Room 613-614, Convention Center
Dynamic case-based teaching focused on providing the resident level participants with indispensable knowledge that can be put to use immediately on rotations in hand/upper extremity or trauma. 
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Eagle Boardroom, Sheraton
2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Eagle Boardroom, Sheraton
3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
4th Floor, Convention Center
The VIP Lounge is open to all international attendees and major AFSH donors who have joined a Giving Circle. 

Additional Program Offerings

The meeting officially opens at 1:00 PM on Thursday, September 10; however, you may want to arrive early to take part in a myriad of activities including:

  • Adrian E. Flatt Residents & Fellows Conference on Wednesday
  • ASSH Precourses all day Wednesday and on Thursday morning
  • Clinical and Basic Science Investigators Workshop on Wednesday
  • Industry Forums (formerly product demonstration workshops) on Wednesday and Thursday
  • Visiting the Exhibit Hall when it opens at 10 AM on Thursday

2014 Annual Meeting Content

Did you miss a great presentation? Check out Hand-e for all content from the 2014 Annual Meeting in Boston.

Contact ASSH staff at with questions or for additional information.
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  • Phone: (312) 880-1900
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