Scoliosis Research Society presents

SRS IMAST

SRS IMAST 2020

SRS IMAST

Virtual IMAST

Available Online July 6 through December 31, 2020

Live Faculty Led Sessions: July 10 & July 11, 2020
Live Abstract Sessions: July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, and August 22, 2020

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About IMAST

The 27th IMAST is a complete web-based meeting experience with both live and self-paced meeting material delivered via SRS’s virtual meeting platform. The meeting is intended to gather leading spine surgeons, innovative researchers, and the most advanced spine technologies in an online and international forum. The IMAST program focuses on innovative and new methods/techniques for spinal pathology. Online modules will include instructional course lectures, abstract presentations, e-posters, and industry workshops. IMAST is sponsored by the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS).

Live Sessions

On July 10 and 11, join faculty live as they discuss anterior vertebral body tethering, robotics, and complications. Attend live abstract sessions, including the Whitecloud Award Nominated Abstracts for Best Basic Science and Clinical Research every Saturday starting July 18 through August 22, 2020.

Each live session will include live discussions where participants will be able to submit questions and engage in conversation using the in-course discussion boards. Visit the program tab for full session information.

Recorded Content

Pre-recorded content will be released Monday, July 6 to be viewed at the learner’s preferred pace. The content released on July 6 includes narrated slides from the presenters, e-posters, and industry-supported workshops. Learners can also begin to submit questions and engage in conversation using the in-course discussion boards.

Learners will be able to access all recorded content, including the recorded live presentations, as well as on-going additions through December 31, 2020.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize complications and assess methods for avoidance.
  • Utilize indications to appropriately create an operative plan for AVBT.

 27th IMAST Virtual Platform

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