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* 2. Please rate your overall satisfaction with the organization of this meeting.

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* 3. The ACCME defines commercial bias as presentations giving an unbalanced view of therapeutic options by promoting a specific proprietary business interest of a commercial interest.

Was this CME course free of commercial bias?

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* 4. Did the faculty disclose significant relationships with commercial support?
(One or more of these methods: Syllabus / Opening Remarks / Verbally / On Slides)

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* 5. Please rate the quality of the meeting facilities.

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* 6. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Shoulder I course participants should be able to:

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Identify indications and techniques for arthroscopic Bankart Repair
Discuss and apply the arthroscopic Remplissage technique
Explain advanced shoulder procedures including the Laterjet procedure and management of Latarjet/Bristow failure
Formulate indications and techniques for SLAP repair and when it’s appropriate

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* 7. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Shoulder II course participants should be able to:

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Discuss the mobilization and repair of large shoulder defects
Determine the optimal graft for glenoid resurfacing
Identify patterns of rotator cuff tearing,including supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and subscapularis
Identify the consequences of misdiagnosis of Suprascapularneuropathy (SSN) and when it is an issue for treatment protocols

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* 8. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Shoulder Arthroscopy course participants should be able to:

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Formulate the appropriate use of the reverse total shoulder technique and reconstruction
Discuss and apply the arthroscopic Remplissage technique
Describe the effects of bony glenoid and humeral defects on shoulder stability
Identify and apply the rehabilitation of TSA and reverse TSA

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* 9. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Patella course participants should be able to:

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Identify the proper management of patella instability and joint pain
Identify appropriate indications for MPFL restoration and MPFL reconstruction
Discuss the evaluation of the unstable patellofemoral joint and biologic resurfacing

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* 10. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Hip course participants should be able to:

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Discuss the challenge of the FAI patient workup to demonstrate the subtle early alterations in order to make the correct diagnosis and plan appropriate therapy
Identify new techniques for arthroscopic rim trimming of FAI and labral repair
Define improved strategies and techniques for femoral osteoplasty
Examine the newest techniques and indication in hip arthroscopy and dysplasia

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* 11. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Articular Cartilage & Meniscus course participants should be able to:

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Determine best strategies for hyaline repair of chondral defects (Microfx, OATS)
Discuss and improve proper indication in articular cartilage injury
Examine and apply new ways to optimize meniscectomy and meniscus repair
Identify treatments for the management of OCD as dictated by the extent of the lesion and of the patient at the time of diagnosis

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* 12. How well were the Winter SKS: 2018 Shoulder, Knee, & Sports Meeting course objectives met?

Upon completion of the Knee Ligaments course participants should be able to:

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Identify the best grafts and approaches for ACL reconstruction with BTB
Discuss osteotomy with cruciate ligament issues
Examine and employ best approaches for managing medial and lateral injuries to the knee
Determine tibial and femoral revision options

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* 13. Did you meet your personal goal/objective for what you intended to get out of this course?

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* 14. Do you intend to integrate what you learned at this conference into your current practice?

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* 15. Please rate the relevance of this program to your scope of practice:

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* 16. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session I: Shoulder Instability – Part I

  Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor
William N. Levine, MD - Shoulder Examination for Instability
James P. Bradley, MD - First Time Dislocators - Who Needs Surgery?
Martin Kelley, DPT - Rehabilitation for the Unstable Shoulder; Can We Avoid Surgery?
Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS - Anterior Instability Without Bone Loss
Eric McCarty, MD -  Bone Loss on the Glenoid Side
Matthew Provencher, MD - Bone Loss on the Humeral Side
Andreas B. Imhoff, MD - Failed Arthroscopic treatment for Anterior Instability
William N. Levine, MD - Case Presentation: Anterior Instability; Questions from the Audience
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Laurent Lafosse, MD - How I do an All-Arthroscopic Latarjet? What I Have Learned in the 20+ Years of Treating Anterior Instability 

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* 17. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session I: Shoulder Instability – Part II

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William N. Levine, MD - Posterior Instability; MDI; Misc. Instability
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Posterior Instability Without Bone Loss
Laurent Lafosse, MD - Posterior Instability With Bone Loss  
Evan S. Lederman, MD - Multidirectional Instability
Mark A. Mighell, MD - Anterior Dislocation with Reparable Cuff Tear - Fix Both? 
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - James P. Bradley, MD - How I Manage Posterior Instability; What I Have Learned in the Past 20+ Years 
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Martin Kelley, DPT - Rehabilitation and Return to Sports After Instability Surgery
Martin Kelley, DPT - The Role of the Scapula in Rehabilitation
Rachel M. Frank, MD - Does Sex Effect Shoulder Instability Outcomes?
Does Sex Effect Shoulder Instability Outcomes? - Does Sex Effect Shoulder Instability Outcomes?

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* 18. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 2: Rotator Cuff – Part I

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Charles M. Jobin, MD - How Do You Diagnose Rotator Cuff Problems? 
Asheesh Bedi, MD - Radiological Assessment of the Rotator Cuff - What Predicts Outcomes?
Eric McCarty, MD - Non-operative Management for Everyone with a Cuff Tear?
Martin Kelley, DPT - Rehabilitation for the Injured Rotator Cuff 
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Jason L. Dragoo, MD -  Orthobiologics for Rotator Cuff: Tendonitis, Partial Tears, Complete Tears
Felix H. Savoie, III, MD - Acromioplasty and Distal Clavicle Resection - When is it indicated? Technique Tips
Matthew Provencher, MD - Biceps Tenotomy or Tenodesis - When is it Indicated? Technique Tips
Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS - Single versus Double Row Rotator Cuff Repair
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Improving Healing Rates After Rotator Cuff Repair: What We Do Now That Works
Martin Kelley, DPT - Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair 
William N. Levine, MD - Case Presentations for Rotator Cuff: Indications, Techniques, Outcomes; Questions from the Audience

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* 19. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 2: Rotator Cuff – Part II

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William N. Levine, MD - Questions to the Audience
Asheesh Bedi, MD - Your Patient Has An Irreparable RC Tear: What Now? 
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Palliative Surgery - Indications for SAD, DCR, Biceps with Irreparable Cuff
Felix H. Savoie, III, MD - Balloon Arthroplasty 
Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS - Rationale, Biomechanics, Early Results After Superior Capsular Reconstruction
Anthony A. Romeo, MD - When is Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty the Only Option? 
William N. Levine, MD - Case Presentations: Massive Rotator Cuff Tears

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* 20. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 3: SHOULDER - Arthritis in the Athletic Patient

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Anthony A. Romeo, MD - Questions to the Audience:  Arthritis in the Athletic Patien
Matthew Provencher, MD - Non-Arthroplasty Management of Cartilage Loss 
Eric McCarty, MD - Indications for Shoulder Arthroplasty in Athletic Patients
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Preoperative Evaluation of the Glenoid Prior to Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
Charles M. Jobin, MD - Glenoid Component - None, Poly, Metal - What Will Last the Longest? 
Evan S. Lederman, MD - Management of the Subscapularis with Shoulder Arthroplasty
Laurent Lafosse, MD - Total Shoulder Arthroplasty through the Rotator Interval
William N. Levine, MD - Resurfacing, Stemless, Short-Stem, Long-Stem: What Should I Do? 
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Infection Prevention and Management in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

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* 21. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 4: Sports Medicine

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Evan S. Lederman, MD - AC Joint Injuries: Indications, Current Techniques, Complications
Mark A. Mighell, MD - Clavicle Fractures in Collision Sports - Indications for Fixation
Asheesh Bedi, MD - SLAP Tears in Athletes Under 30: When to Fix Versus Biceps Tenodesis 
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Martin Kelley - Rehabilitation of the Overhead Athletes Shoulder
Charles M. Jobin, MD - Partial Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears in Athletes 
Anthony A. Romeo, MD - Latissimus and Teres Major Injuries in Athletes
Asheesh Bedi, MD - Tendon Injuries to the Elbow: Epicondylitis, Biceps, Triceps 
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Felix H. Savoie, III, MD - Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries of the Elbow
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Jason L. Dragoo, MD - Orthobiologics; Regenerative Medicine for Sports Injuries 
Laurent Lafosse, MD - Suprascapular Neuropathy 
Robert Z. Tashjian, MD - Long Thoracic Neuropathy / Scapular Winging 
Martin Kelley, DPT - Examination Algorithm for Scapular Muscle Dysfunction
James P. Bradley, MD - Sports Medicine Case Presentations / Answer Questions for the Audience

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* 22. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 5: HIP ARTHROSCOPY

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Travis G. Maak, MD - Examination of the Young Adult with Hip Pain
Stephen K. Aoki, MD -  Radiographic Assessment of the Hip
Travis G. Maak, MD - Hip Arthroscopy - Indications and Technique
Christopher Larson, MD - Video Spotlight:  Setup, Diagnostic Evaluation, Debridement/Labral Repair
Stephen K. Aoki, MD - Femoroacetabular Impingement 
Michael Mathews, PT, DPT, CSCS - Rehabilitation After Hip Surgery
Stephen K. Aoki, MD - Proximal Hamstring Tendon Injury
Christopher Larson, MD - Complications of Hip Arthroscopy
Travis G. Maak, MD - Hip Arthroscopy Case Presentations

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* 23. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 6: SPORTS MEDICINE - KNEE

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Rachel M. Frank, MD - Anticoagulants or Antibiotics – Are They Necessary for "Simple" Knee Scopes? What’s the Evidence?
Christopher Larson, MD - When is Meniscectomy the Best Option?  
Daniel Cooper, MD - Meniscus Tears - Which Ones Need Repair? 
Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD - Is There a Role for Orthobiologics in Meniscal Repairs? 
Christopher Larson, MD - Rehabilitation After Meniscus Repair 
James Carey, MD - Criteria to Return to Sport Following Meniscal Surgery - What Does the Evidence Show? 
Aaron Krych, MD - What are the Indications for a Meniscal Allograft? 
Christopher Larson, MD - Christopher Larson, MD
Robin West, MD - Is Lateral Release EVER Indicated?
James P. Bradley, MD - First Time Patellar Dislocations: When is it Best to Intervene?
Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD - Imaging for Recurrent Patellar Instability in Athletes: What to Look For?
Andreas Imhoff, MD - When Should I Perform a Trochleoplasty?
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Michael Mathews, PT, DPT, CSCS - Rehabilitation After Patellofemoral Instability Surgery

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* 24. Please rate the OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS of each of our Winter SKS 2018 SHOULDER, KNEE, & SPORTS MEETING, Session 7: KNEE - Articular Cartilage 

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Aaron Krych, MD - Imaging of Articular Cartilage Lesions: What to Look for Preoperatively?
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - James Carey, MD - Osteochondritis Dissecans in the Young Athlete - Which Lesions Will Need Operative Intervention?
Eric McCarty, MD - Microfracture
Andreas H. Gomoll, MD - Viable Osteochondral Allografting for Cartilage Lesions