Present your work at the NCOA.
April 12, 2017 | view this message as a webpage
North Carolina Orthopaedic Association (NCOA)

Go on. Show off a little! Share your work with your NC orthopaedic colleagues.

NCOA Members, Orthopaedic Residents and Fellows-in-Training, Students: We want to hear about your work!

To participate as a speaker on the NCOA Annual Meeting program, submit your topic, including educational objective(s), for consideration. The meeting’s audience will be comprised of your orthopaedic colleagues from North Carolina. As is our practice, orthopaedic surgeons from neighboring states will be invited to attend, as well.

Please complete the Scientific Paper/Abstract Submission Form to submit your entry and email the information (preferred) to by the response deadline of Friday, May 19. All presenters will be required to complete and submit a Conflict of Interest Disclosure form for CME purposes; please complete and return this form with your submission.

The 2017 NC Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting will be held over the weekend of October 6-8, at the Williamsburg Lodge in historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. In addition to educational sessions, including sub-specialty breakout sessions, participants will enjoy social and networking opportunities and a lively exhibit hall. Bring the family and take in the sights and sounds of the Revolutionary City! With average daily temps at around 70 degrees, it's a great time to explore Williamsburg's many attractions. 

We're looking forward to another great meeting and hope to see you in Williamsburg!

Photo: NCOA President Dr. Matt Olin (left), the 2016 Annual Meeting Program Chair Dr. Bryan Springer (third from left) and the 2016 NCOA Annual Meeting Resident Paper Competition Winners:

Sat. Adult Recon/Hip & Knee: Daniel Goltz, BS
Sun. Adult Recon/Hip & Knee: Marc Angerame, MD
Hand: Edward Jernigan, MD
Shoulder & Elbow: Marc Angerame, MD
Spine/Tumor/Basic Science: Sam AbuMoussa
Trauma/Foot & Ankle/Hand: Gabriella Ode, MD
General Ortho/Practice Management: Daniel Scott, MD, MBA
Sports Medicine: Kwadwo Owusu-Akyaw, MD

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