Edward T. Smith Orthopedic Lectureship

The Lectureship Series

The Edward T. Smith Orthopedic Lectureship Series has been a tradition in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery for the past 62 years in honor of our first Chairman, Edward T. Smith, MD. The activity is directed primarily towards surgeons, residents, fellows and allied healthcare providers currently treating patients for musculoskeletal disease and/or injury.

63rd Annual Edward T. Smith Orthopedic Lectureship 
Foot and Ankle
Dates – TBD
Location – TBD

A distinguished faculty will present their experience, techniques, and pearls of wisdom regarding current treatments and procedures available. Ample question and answer sessions will be provided.

Brochure – pending

Previous ETS Lectureships

  • November 2018: A Comprehensive Approach to the Shoulder: Arthroscopy, Arthroplasty and Fracture Care
  • April 2018: Joint Arthroplasty: Future Solutions for Present Day Problems
  • November 2016: Knee Ligament Injuries: What you need to know
  • November 2015: Emerging Concepts in the Surgical Management of the Hip: Deformity, Impingement, and Fracture Orthopedic Trauma Alumni Symposium
  • 2014: “Biologics for Orthopedics – Where are we in 2014?”
  • 2013: “Controversies & Advances in Traumatic Pelvis and Acetabular Injuries

CME/CE Certificates

If you require a copy of a lost or misplaced certificate of attendance at an Annual Edward T Smith Orthopaedic Lectureship, please contact one of the offices listed below.  In addition, if you require a copy of the accreditation statement for an audit, click on the corresponding brochure pdf below.

For attendance at the 54th through the 58th Edward T Smith – contact UTMB
Office of Continuing Medical Education


For attendance at the 59th through the 61st Edward T Smith – contact the University of Nevada
University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
Office of Continuing Medical Education


For attendance at the 62nd Edward T Smith – contact the University of Florida
The University of Florida, School of Medicine
Continuing Medical Education