For the first time ever, the WFH International Musculoskeletal (MSK) Congress will follow a virtual format in 2021, featuring a mix of educational sessions and interactive workshops, where participants can engage with key researchers and inspiring speakers. From May 3 to 7, 2021, specialists from all over the world will come together online to discuss the most current knowledge on musculoskeletal approaches to bleeding disorders.
The MSK Congress is being built with the needs of participants in mind. Two, to three sessions per day will be distributed over the course of 5-days and will feature diverse start times, allowing international attendees to participate in as many sessions as possible, regardless of time zone.
In 2021, the WFH MSK Committee’s goal is to focus on collaborative research, promote training to the musculoskeletal community, and continue to educate and exchange best practices. The program for the MSK Congress will feature small-group clinical case discussions and instructional courses; new therapeutic options and outcomes with front line joint specialists; and discussions related to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of musculoskeletal complications related to bleeding disorders. Participants will also have the chance to network with experienced members of the MSK community, and to present their research to a global audience of peers.
Registration and call for abstracts open on January 20, 2021. Stay tuned—more information on the MSK Congress is coming soon!
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