The goal of the AHS is to provide quality education to surgeons who have an interest in hernia surgery and abdominal wall abnormalities. Each year the AHS hosts a Hernia Repair Conference highlighting new techniques, updates in hernia repair, diagnosis of abdominal diseases, implications of hernia surgery, patient management and other very important topics related to general surgery and hernia repair.
In addition to the AHS Annual Meeting, periodically the AHS will host additional educational opportunities. These are less frequent, but still beneficial to education and management of hernia repair. Post Grad Courses and other educational forums will be posted on the website, please check for updates.
Copenhagen day-symposium on chronic pain after groin hernia repair
Risk factors, pathopysiology, work-up, and treament
Approved for 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Completion of this live CME symposium and a passing score of 75% on the self-assessment exam at the end of the program will help fulfill the requirements for the American Board of Surgery (ABS) Maintenance of Certification (MOC), Part 2.
General, plastic, and trauma surgeons involved in complex abdominal wall reconstructions are invited to this interactive, 3 half-day CME conference to collaborate with world-renowned experts.
This activity is jointly provided by Medical Education Resources and MedLearning Inc.
This activity is supported by an educational grant from LifeCell Corporation.More Information