Plastic Surgery - The Meeting

Spouse/Guest Program

We are pleased to offer an exciting tour and activity program, including a Spouse Hospitality Lounge at the Sheraton where you can reconnect with friends, network or leave for any of the great New Orleans tours we are offering this year.

 

Spouse/Guest Registration Includes:

  • Admission to the Opening Ceremonies and Welcome Reception
  • Admission to the General Scientific Sessions and the Exhibit Hall (Saturday through Monday)
  • Complimentary lunch and refreshment breaks in the Exhibit Hall
  • One (1) Plastic Surgery The Meeting Official Program

Note: Spouse and accompanying guest registrants are not eligible for instructional course registration or CME (continuing medical education) credit.

Visit the Spouse/Guest Tours Page

 

Spouse/Guest Lounge

We’re glad you’re here! Plastic Surgery The Meeting will feature a special lounge at the Sheraton to ensure that our member spouses and guests enjoy this great city and make the most of their time. The Lounge is the destination to find friends, relax or network away from the convention center. It also serves as a launching point for a variety of tours and other activities throughout the week.

Office Spouse Networking Luncheon

Monday, October 29
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Patricia Raskin, MEd and Marge McGill, MEd
Fee: $50

Get first-hand advice on the challenges faced in today’s changing medical environment. This one-of-a-kind workshop gives you the opportunity to share ideas with other office spouses; get answers to common issues; develop new techniques to meet the challenges of the current economy; and access this helpful support network for ASPS office spouses. Patricia Raskin, MEd, is a facilitator and radio talk show host and past recipient of the ASPS Circle of Excellence Media Award. She has successfully led the Office Spouse Networking Luncheon for the past eight years. Patricia will be joined by Marge McGill, MEd, an ASPS office spouse and workshop leader who has first-hand knowledge of the challenges faced in today’s changing medical environment.