2017 Annual Meeting Special Events

AAES Annual Tennis Tournament
Rosen Shingle Creek Resort - Operated by Rosen Hotels & Resort
Saturday, April 1, 2017
2:00 - 6:00 pm
Registration Fee: $45
Registration fee includes a two-hour tennis tournament with tennis racquet and balls provided. After the tournament concludes, attendees will have extra time to play with tennis professionals. More information regarding logistics will be emailed to registrants closer to the event.

AAES Annual Golf Tournament
Rosen Shingle Creek Resort - Operated by Rosen Hotels & Resort
Saturday, April 1, 2017
1:00 - 6:00 pm
Arnold Palmer Signature designed 18-hole par Golf Course
Registration Fee: $150
Registration fee includes greens fees, Pre-round range balls, golf cart with GPS and lunch. Club and shoe rentals are an additional fee on-site. Club rental (includes 2 sleeves of golf balls) is $50 per person and shoe rental is $20 + per person.

Young Surgeon's Social 
LaFayette Music Room
Saturday, April 1, 2017
8:30 - 10:30PM 
More information coming soon!

AAES 5k Fun Run
Sunday, April 2, 2017
6:30 - 8:00AM
Registration Fee: $50
AAES is excited to bring back the 5k Fun Run in 2017!  Your registration fee includes a complimentary T-shirt, custom race numbers with safety pins.

Allied Health Session: "Inherited Endocrinopathies - MEN and pheochromocytoma; diagnosis, treatment and follow-up"
Sunday, April 2, 2017
8:30 – 10:00 am

Program:

  • MEN-1: A Concise Look at Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-up - Lisa LaFay, RN Nurse Coordinator Endocrine Surgery, University of Pittsburgh
  • The Who What When & Why of MEN2A/MEN2B: Evidence-based Takeaways for Allied Health Professionals - Samuel Hyde, Genetics Counselor, MD Anderson
  • Fun with Pheo’s - Nadine Rinella, Nurse Practitioner, Loyola University Medical Center

Lunch Symposium: "Malpractice in Endocrine Surgery"
Sunday, April 2, 2017
1:00 – 2:30PM

There is no registration fee to attend this session, however if you would like to order a meal there is a $50 charge for lunch during the session.

This session will include a variety of topics related to medical malpractice in surgery.  It will cover several strategies aimed at decreasing malpractice risk that are applicable for all surgeons during any stage of their careers.

Program:

  • Dr. Gerard Doherty: presenting “Early Disclosure and Medical Errors: The Michigan Model”
  • Dr. Richard Harding: presenting “The Benefit of Secure Video Recordings of Office Visits and How They Mitigate Risk for Malpractice”
  • Dr. Christina Maser: presenting “The Humble Expert – Controlling Risk While Establishing your Practice”
  • Dr. Beth Sutton: presenting “Back to the Basics of Reducing Malpractice Risk”
  • Dr. David Bimston: presenting “Foregoing Malpractice Insurance as a Lawsuit Risk Reduction Strategy”

If you have questions about the schedule, please contact 
AAES Headquarters at 859-402-9810 or info@endocrinesurgery.org.