CCJR® Winter 2020 will be presented virtually
Our passion is education. Our priority is you.
Dear Colleagues and Industry Partners:
Early this year we invited you to participate in the reaffirmed and reimagined Current Concepts in Joint Replacement® (CCJR®) Winter 2020 meeting. Needless to say, the world has changed dramatically in the past months. This important update is prompted by the pandemic and its far-reaching global impact on in-person events and travel.
As the COVID-19 crisis has evolved, our priority has been to produce the very best, most engaging educational event possible, but with the safety, health, and comfort of all those who attend CCJR® as the foremost concern.
The CCJR® Executive and Advisory Committees have carefully weighed the options of an in-person, hybrid, or virtual format for the CCJR® Winter 2020 event. While we much prefer in-person meetings, the realities of current travel risks, travel restrictions, and everyone’s need to plan ahead with some level of certainty, have guided us to pivot CCJR® Winter 2020 to a fully virtual format.
This was a difficult decision. However, by making this decision now, we hope to enable all of our stakeholders, attendees, and industry partners to plan ahead with confidence. At the same time, our commitment to you is to fashion and present the most innovative and engaging virtual program possible in December.
We are working on creative ways to allow more interaction with faculty, and stand by our commitment to provide best-in-class education and discussion on today’s most controversial and important joint replacement topics with debates, case discussions, live-surgery and technique illustrations by a large world-class faculty.
If you were registered for the live in-person CCJR® Winter 2020, your registration will be cancelled and refunded to you. We hope you will join us virtually, while remaining in the comfort and safety of your home or office.
Advance (Sept. 1- Nov. 1)
Late (Nov. 2 – Dec. 1)
Allied health professional
We hope you and your families remain healthy and safe.
With warm regards, the CCJR® Executive Committee
Daniel J. Berry, MD | Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr., MD | William J. Maloney, III, MD