North America

CHAIRMAN:
ERIC DIERKS

Director of Fellowship in Head and Neck Oncologic
and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery
Head and Neck Surgical Associates

Affiliate Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oregon Health and Science University

Portland, Oregon USA

Goals and tasks of SORG North America

The North American SORG was founded in 2007, and is centered around improving and maintaining the skills of the Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon. The North American group is currently broken up into six different sections centered around research. These sections include: Craniofacial & Pediatric Surgery; Preprosthetic Surgery, Implants & Anesthesia; Orthognathic, Cosmetic & Sleep Apnea; TMJ & Pain; Trauma; and Reconstructive Surgery/Tumors.

The SORG’s educational goals in North America are met with three types of events.

Modular Courses are held every six months and act as an advanced update on all subspecialty areas of maxillofacial surgery in four sixteen hour courses.

Meet the Expert events are held in local areas to strengthen the knowledge of residents and area maxillofacial surgeons. An expert speaker is chosen by the chairman and local SORG faculty or residency program leadership. Content varies, but is often updates on subspecialty topics and new technologies.

MasterCourses are advanced level courses. They offer experts within a subspecialty area of maxillofacial surgery to improve understanding and discuss new technologies and techniques.

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News from North America Group

Module 1 - Pathology Head & Neck Reconstruction


For the first time, the SORG will begin our Module series in New York City, specifically addressing the many OMFS residents in that area and in the adjacent areas. This will be in addition to the existing 4 part Module series. We will start the NYC Module series with Module 1 Sep. 8-10. Module 1 focuses on principles of clinical Pathology and Reconstruction of the Head and Neck region. More details 

Module 2 - Congenital & Developmental Deformities

Module 2 focuses on principles of clinical treatment of congenital and developmental deformities in the pediatric and adult patient. More details

Newsletter Spring/Summer
iBook Edition
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Contact Information for the North America Group

North American SORG 
P.O. Box 54659 - Jacksonville, FL 32245
877-ORG-SORG (877-674-7674) or 904-699-9937
info@northamericansorg.org

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North America Courses

September 8 - 10, 2017

Module 1 - Pathology Head & Neck Reconstruction
New York City, NY