Q & A
Q: Why do I need to select sessions during the registration? Will I only be able to attend these sessions?
A: Delegates are entirely free to move between sessions as they like. The aim of collecting the choice is to match the room size with the demand as best possible.
Q: Can I book a cadaver workshop on its own?
A: No, cadaver lab participation is only available to delegates of the main event. Cadaver lab participants receive full access to the main event. When a delegate books a cadaver lab a cost reduction of the day rate is applied (see booking page for details).
Q: Why is there no abstract submission?
A: NSpine has a focus on education by established experts. NSpine views its educational program as synergistic to the major academic societies and does not intend offering abstract based academic sessions.
Q: Does NSpine offer membership?
A: NSpine does not offer membership at this time, however NSpine is forging alliances with established societies for the purpose of collaborative education.
Q: Why are industry presentations included in the program?
A: NSpine views the contribution of industrial partners to spinal health care as essential. Industrial partners have full access to all educational sessions with the view of collaborative education. The presentations at the GSpine sessions are by engineers and developers at the forefront of technological development.
Q: Is NSpine linked with specific commercial entities?
A: NSpine is an entirely independent educational platform without ties to commercial partners beyond the open sponsorship of educational events.