Corporate Support and Exhibit Opportunities
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) has been the leader in the specialty of plastic surgery for more than 75 years. ASPS and The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF) have long been recognized as the leading medical society and teaching institution for cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeons.
ASPS invites corporations, foundations and all those who share our values to participate in a wide range of marketing, promotional and exhibit opportunities that support the continuing education of our world-class member surgeons and public awareness campaigns.
Download the quick reference brochure: 2022 Corporate Support Opportunities
ICOPLAST World Congress
May 19-21, 2022 | Lima, Peru
Audience: Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons and Residents
Plastic Surgery Boot Camp
July 29-31, 2022 | Tampa, FL
TBD | San Diego, CA
Audience: First-Year Residents
Expected Attendance: 200
Oral Board Preparation Course
August 25-27, 2022 | Virtual
Audience: Senior Residents
Expected Attendance: 100
Enhance Your Practice Podcast
Presented by ASPS University
Join ASPS for our new podcast series on practice management, available in both the Apple and Android podcast stores. More and more, we're absorbing information in small clips of audio. Whether driving in our cars or walking around the block, listening to podcasts is becoming an extremely popular pastime.
Insights from Industry Online Education
Provide education to ASPS members about your direct product information with this online webinar series. The content will be hosted alongside ASPS education in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Education Network and can be used as education or market research.
Breast Reconstruction Awareness Campaign
The Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) campaign is sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF). The Breast Reconstruction Awareness Campaign educates, engages and empowers women to make the reconstruction decision that is best for them following a diagnosis with breast cancer. That involves informing women, family members, caregivers and the media that the breast cancer loop remains open until a woman is informed of breast reconstruction options.