Registration is now open!
The Preliminary Program (faculty, topics, timing) is subject to change. Abstracts and speakers are tentative, based on invitations.
The Final Program will be available in August.
13:00-17:00 | Hibbs Society Meeting
Available to in-person meeting delegates for an additional fee of $50.
The mission of the Hibbs Society is to foster communication and camaraderie amongst surgeons who travel and/or facilitate the Traveling Fellowship programs of the Scoliosis Research Society. The Society facilitates communication and camaraderie by the thoughtful exchange of innovative ideas, concepts, and treatment philosophies concerning spinal disorders that are based in careful clinical and basic science research.
Management of Spinal Infections
- Post Infectious Deformity
- Prevention of Infections in Neuromuscular Scoliosis and AIS
- Surgical Site Infections Following Adult Deformity and Spine Tumor Surgery
7:30-12:00 | Pre-Meeting Course
Spine is Just the Tip of the Iceberg: Comprehensive Management of the Patient with Spine Deformity and Surgeon
- Challenges that Present in Childhood
- Adult Challenges
- Mental Health Impact on the Patient and Provider
Abstract Session 2. Adult Deformity I
Abstract Session 3. Early Onset Scoliosis/Kyphosis
Industry Workshops (Five Concurrent Sessions)
Workshops from DePuy Synthes; Globus Medical, Inc.; Medtronic; NuVasive; and Stryker.
Half-Day Courses (Two Concurrent Sessions)
- Preoperative Planning for Adult Deformity
- When New Technology in Pediatric Deformity Grows Up: Lessons Learned
Express Yourself: An Early Career Surgeon Session
An Early Career Surgeon Social, hosted by Medtronic is to follow the Early Career Surgeon Session.
8:00-9:50Abstract Session 4. Hibbs Award-Nominated Papers for Best Basic/Translational and Clinical Research
Abstract Session 5. Adult Deformity II
Concurrent Lunch Sessions
- Member Business Meeting and Lunch
- LTS D. Limits of MIS: A SRS-AANS Collaboration
Abstract Session 6. Miscellaneous (Runs Concurrently to Session 7)
Abstract Session 7. Cervical Deformity (Runs Concurrently to Session 6)
Abstract Session 8. Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis II (Runs Concurrently to Session 9)
Abstract Session 9. Pediatric Deformity/Miscellaneous (Runs Concurrently to Session 8)
The Annual Meeting will culminate with a reception open to all in-person meeting delegates and guests.
Tickets to the reception are $50 for registered delegates and $175 for registered guests. Tickets must be purchased in advance, at the time of registration. A limited number of tickets are available.
Abstract Session 10. Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis III
Abstract Session 11. Adult Deformity III
E-Posters are available in the virtual meeting platform. E-Posters are also included on the USB included with in-person meeting registration materials.
Delegates are encouraged to attend the industry workshops on Thursday, September 23 from 13:30-15:00. Each workshop is programmed by a single-supporting company and features presentations on topics and technologies selected by the company. Boxed lunches will be available during the workshops. CME credits are not available for workshops.
Virtual Meeting Access
The Annual Meeting virtual platform is available to in-person and virtual-only meeting delegates September 20 through December 31, 2021. If you were unable to attend a concurrent session, you can watch it on-demand after the meeting. To access the virtual content, go to https://srs.brightspace.com, login with your SRS username and password, and select the 56th Annual Meeting listed under "My Courses".
All affiliate function requests will need to be submitted online for approval. Once approved, SRS will handle all space requests on a first-come, first-served basis. All requests must go through the online approval process before space will be granted.