Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Steps forward: ASES Fellows’ Day & JSES Fellows’ issue

Published:April 26, 2021DOI:
      Several years ago, Dr. Savoie with Society leadership and Dr. Esch with leaders of the San Diego Shoulder Course created a Fellows’ Day to be held during the SDSC. Fellows from programs affiliated with the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) matching program or from a sports fellowship with ASES faculty could submit abstracts for consideration. Subsequently, JSES Editor-in-Chief Bill Mallon and the journal Trustees elected to publish a special issue recognizing selected contributions from the meeting. This past year, approximately 50 submissions were received, with 10 chosen for presentation and the remainder entered as ePosters. The meeting was held virtually with more than 500 attendees and several thousands viewing the program on the Society Facebook page. This success was in no small part due to the meeting co-chairs Drs. Hartzler and Sanchez-Sotelo.
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