Medical Society Video
Medical society video programs are some of the best means for dissemination surgical technique training. In fact, surgical video, when shot and edited skillfully, is often better than visiting a teaching surgeon in person. Why? Because the lens can get right in there and often visiting surgeons have to stand a good distance to the side.
Surgical Technique Video Series
Many medical/surgical societies benefit from the creation of a surgical video series, like a subscription or a society educational offering. Plexus Surgical Video Productions has produced some of the most outstanding surgical technique video series programs ever, for societies like the OKO (Orthopaedic Knowledge Online) program for AAOS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons), AANA (Arthroscopy Association of North America), AOSSM (American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine), ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine), and ASAPS (American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery).
Since Plexus is made up of surgical professionals as well as video professionals, Plexus knows the procedures, the language, how to get the shots, how to work with integrity in the operation room, and how to edit without putting time demands on surgeons.
DVD & Online Surgical Video Subscriptions
Societies and members benefit from educational surgical video subscription based offerings in many ways. Not only does it inform your specialty community of the most up-to-date techniques, guidelines, research, standards, and innovations, but it also allows members immediate review by way of a subscription based surgical video library. Plexus has produced programs for both DVD and online offerings.
Making It Easy for Video Presenters
With the guidance of your education directors and editorial board members, Plexus can be simply handed the contact information of your video presenters and take care of the rest of the arrangements. We take care of all of the work around making the shoot happen, editing the program, then sending out first cuts of a program that can be easily evaluated by the presenters for any changes and fixes. The revision process is easy and requires little time and no travel on the part of the presenting surgeons.