A record number of over 2,800 total attendees took part in the 2016 AAHKS Annual Meeting at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas last week. The industry sessions and general scientific sessions were well-attended through the last day.
Studies presented included research in the areas of primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty, infection, non-arthroplasty and health policy. The keynote program featured NFL Hall of Fame quarterback and broadcaster Terry Bradshaw who engaged in a lively conversation with his knee surgeon, C. Lowry Barnes, MD.
New to the meeting this year was the “Orthos on the Move” 5K Fun Run & 1 Mile Walk. There were 100 finishers who helped raise funds for the Foundation for Arthroplasty Research and Education.
Claiming CME Credits
Attendees will receive an evaluation by email soon with instructions on how to claim CME credits and print the report.
Links to Annual Meeting Media Coverage
- AAHKS on Orthopedics Today
- Live interviews from CODE Technology
- AAHKS News Releases
- Photos and results from “Orthos on the Move”
AAHKS is currently developing the capability to make video content of the presentations available to members for viewing.