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Upcoming Events

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons is devoted to providing industry-leading education and networking events covering nearly every important topic in the world of plastic surgery. From procedure-specific presentations to insightful case reviews, leadership training to practice management tips, the Society's comprehensive symposia and dynamic workshops remain favorites among thought-leading surgeons throughout the world.

The following list is updated regularly to show upcoming meetings and events. For information on past meetings and events, please contact Registration@PlasticSurgery.org.


The Life-Long Learning Exercise (L³E): 2019 Aesthetic In-Service, is our new aesthetic-only self-assessment. This educational activity offers 200 questions dedicated to the area of aesthetic surgery.

There is no better way to advocate for your specialty and your patients than by joining ASPS in Washington, DC for the ASPS Advocacy Summit.

The Plastic Surgery Boot Camp has been expanded to five regional centers across the U.S. for 2019, to encompass all plastic surgery interns, minimizing the cost of travel and time commitment to Boot Camp participants.

Continuing the tradition of clinical programming excellence, the 2019 program focuses on aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery and body contouring procedures.

Addressing the need for expert clinical education focused on the surgical management of gender dysphoria, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons is proud to present the Gender-Affirming Breast, Chest & Body Master Class.

This comprehensive course will help attendees build confidence and become better prepared to take The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) Oral and Written Board Examinations.

Plastic Surgery The Meeting brings together the best and the brightest surgeons in the specialty, poised to share their expertise with colleagues from more than 74 countries. It is the premier educational and networking event of the year.