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Yale Foot & Ankle Society: Focus on the Forefoot Seminar

November 2

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This year's seminar will focus on pathology and procedures of the forefoot.

The seminar is FREE FOR ATTENDEES, thanks to generous educational grants from our program sponsors. Yale CME will accredit the event, and CME credits will be available to those who attend the full day.

CME certificates will be available from Yale CME online after the event.

ABOUT

The Yale Foot and Ankle Society, Inc. is a not for profit foundation developed in 2008 to enhance the understanding of the foot and ankle through research and education.

The Society achieves its goals by running educational seminars and conferences for medical professionals, and by supporting the education and training of the residents in the Yale Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgery Residency Program.

The Society is composed of physicians currently or previously affiliated with the Yale School of Medicine or its associated teaching hospital, Yale New Haven Hospital.

LOCATION

Yale-New Haven Hospital

St. Raphael Campus

639 George Street

New Haven, CT 06511 United States

PARKING

We suggest you park in the George St. Parking garage located at 639 George St., New Haven, CT. Hourly rates will apply. The auditorium is just inside the hospital adjacent to the garage.

DETAILS

Light continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Details

Date:
November 2
Website:
http://www.yalefootsurg.org/seminar-2019.html

Organizer

Yale Foot & Ankle Society

Venue

Yale Foot & Ankle Society
639 George Street
New Haven,CT06511United States
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Website:
http://www.yalefootsurg.org/seminar-2019.html

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