56th Annual Meeting
September 22-25, 2021 | St. Louis, Missouri, USA
The 56th Annual Meeting is a hybrid event, which includes a robust in-person program live from the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch in Missouri, USA and a virtual component allowing delegates who are unable to attend in-person to enjoy the SRS Annual Meeting from the comfort of their home or office. Visit the registration page for more information on registering for the 56th Annual Meeting.
Advanced registration is now closed.
Register onsite at the meeting venue in St. Louis to attend in-person or click the button below to register for the virtual meeting.
The Annual Meeting online platform is available to all in-person and virtual-only meeting delegates beginning September 21 through December 31, 2021. To access the virtual content, click the button above or go to https://srs.brightspace.com, login with your SRS username and password, and select the 56th Annual Meeting listed under “My Courses”.
May 20, 2021......................Registration opens for SRS members and meeting speakers and faculty
June 15, 2021......................Registration opens for non-members and industry representatives
August 20, 2021..................In-person registration deadline and cancellation deadline
September 20, 2021...........Virtual meeting platform opens
September 22-25, 2021......Live meeting (in-person & virtual)
December 31, 2021............Online access cut-off date
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
315 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri, US, 63102
On Friday, September 24, the SRS-AANS Lunchtime Symposium on Limits of MIS will be webcast live. The webcast will take place from 12:30-14:00 US Central Time. The webcast is supported, in part, by NuVasive.
Annual Meeting Mobile App
Conveniently manage your schedule, browse program content, and keep up to date with the latest information with the Annual Meeting app. Access the app on your computer or on your Android or iPhone device by going to https://apps.eventmobi.com/am21 in your web browser or by searching for SRS AM 2021 in your devices app store. App features include:
- A detailed meeting agenda with the ability to create a personalized schedule
- Voting and evaluations
- The ability to ask questions directly in the app during session
- Live polls and session engagement opportunities
- Discussion boards
- Maps and meeting space floorplans
- Direct messaging with meeting delegates and faculty
- Alert System for real time updates from SRS
About the SRS Annual Meeting
The Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) Annual Meeting is a forum for the realization of the Society’s mission and goals, the improvement of patient care for those with spinal deformities. Nine faculty-led instructional course lectures, case discussions, and 180 abstract papers will be presented on an array of topics, including adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, growing spine, kyphosis, adult deformity, minimally invasive surgery, machine learning, and mental health considerations.
- During a five-year period, held in North America three times and outside North America twice.
- Approximately 1,500 attendees
- The latest and greatest scientific research, methods, and techniques in spinal deformity
- 4-day program including Pre-Meeting Course, Scientific Program, Half-Day Courses, Lunchtime Symposia, Case Based Discussions, Industry Workshops, and e-Posters.
- Podium presentations are four minutes in length
- Minimum two-year follow up required for abstract submissions. The two-year follow up rule does not apply for categories of basic science or biomechanical studies or for topics where two-year follow up is irrelevant, such as 30 day re-admission rates.
- Topics focus on current scoliosis and spinal deformity research
The Annual Meeting is open to anyone involved in the treatment of spinal deformities including spine surgeons, residents and fellows, physician assistants, nurses, and other allied health professionals and researchers. The podium presentations, selected from over 1,600 submissions, will provide valuable information to all individuals caring for patients with spinal deformities.
Upon completion of the Annual Meeting, participants should be able to:
• Analyze current research to inform best practices in clinical care.
• Request appropriate consultations to optimize management of comorbid conditions.
• Identify and support access to mental health resources for the patient and surgical team.
• Appraise and apply non-fusion technologies.
• Assess and critique artificial intelligence guidance.
• Incorporate best practice guidelines, sustainably, for pre-operative planning.
• Integrate approaches and techniques (MIS if applicable) to reduce complications.
Presentations and meeting materials will be provided in English.