The annual meeting of the American society of plastic surgeons, 'Plastic Surgery 2006' is to concentrate on the future of plastic surgery.//
The convention that is to be held on October 6-11 at the Moscone Convention Centre in San Francisco is to be attended by more than 6,000 doctors, medical personnel and exhibitors in the field of plastic surgery.
It is expected that Plastic Surgery 2006 would cover the topics varying from the latest data on the psychological and physical benefits, patient needs and presentations by eminent plastic surgeons sharing their vision of the future of plastic surgery, along with the most recent topics, technologies, and advances.
'As ASPS celebrates 75 years of history and advances in plastic surgery, this year's meeting will look ahead, focusing on the future needs and demands of patients,' said ASPS President Bruce Cunningham, MD. 'The meeting will bring an array of leading experts together who will reflect on past clinical advances and focus on future trends and how they will impact consumers, business and healthcare. With the number of procedures performed on the rise, the information presented will help plastic surgeons ensure that new devices are safe, as well as, meeting consumer demands.'
J. Ian Morrison, PhD, international author, consultant and futurist, will be the keynote speaker on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 4:30 p.m., during Opening Ceremonies at the Moscone Convention Centre. Morrison, who specializes in long-term forecasting on healthcare, will examine the history of plastic surgery and discuss the political and economic future of the specialty and healthcare. Opening Ceremonies will also feature the annual Patients of Courage: Triumph Over Adversity awards honouring inspirational reconstructive plastic surgery patients for their courage and altruism.
The ASPS Industry Forum will be held on Monday, Oct. 9 from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., featuring leading financial analystPage: 1 2 Related medicine news :1
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