PAOLI, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AO North America (AONA) is pleased to announce that a Call for Abstracts for a scientific meeting entitled, “One AO–Sharing Knowledge and Excellence,” taking place February 5-7, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV, is now open for online submissions.
The scientific meeting will present cutting edge information on research in musculoskeletal diseases and disorders. Abstract submissions must be original research and can report clinical and/or basic science as well as translational research that would be of interest to a multispecialty audience. Abstract submissions are encouraged but not limited to the following areas of interest:
- Bone Healing
- Bone Tumors
- Bone Growth Abnormalities (From Early Growth to the Elderly)
- Clinical Outcomes-Comparative
- Critical Bone and Cartilage Defects
- Intraoperative Techniques
- Intraoperative Imaging
- New Techniques and Innovative Approaches
- Preoperative Planning
- Soft Tissue Management and Reconstruction
- Translational Medicine
The deadline for abstract submissions is Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. (midnight), EDT.
For more details on the criteria and eligibility for abstract submissions and to submit an abstract, please visit http://abstracts123.com/aona1/. For questions about the abstract submission process or One AO 2015, please contact AONA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One AO’s–Sharing Knowledge and Excellence will take place February 5-7, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. This unique, scientific meeting capitalizes on the strength and diversity of AO North America’s clinical divisions in craniomaxillofacial, orthopedic trauma, spine, neurosurgery, and veterinary surgery. One AO will bring together surgeons, fellows and residents to share knowledge, recent advances in research, and best practices. Topics of mutual interest and scientific sessions will be provided to address issues and challenges that are unique to each specialty yet share similarities. This meeting is the first of its kind to bring together, from diverse specialties, people who share the same goals of improving the care of their patients (animal and human) with musculoskeletal diseases and disorders.
For registration details and further information about the meeting, please visit www.oneao.org.