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Global Spine Congress 2015

The Global Spine Congress is heading to Latin America! Following the success of Hong Kong in 2013, the event in Buenos Aires is shaping up to be the best yet.
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Why Attend?The Global Spine Congress is an unmissable mix of learning and networking.

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  • Why attend?

    Renowned spine surgeons tell you why you should not miss the GSC in this special video. MORE
  • Spanish sessions

    A Spanish session will run in parallel. 105 abstract submitters applied to present in Spanish. MORE
  • Buenos Aires

    Our guide to the top 10 things to see and do in the beautiful Argentinian capital. MORE

Latest News & Events

715 abstracts submitted!
30 October 2014

715 abstracts submitted!

The number of abstracts received exceeded our expectations with 715 being submitted! See how each region of the world contributed to the total abstract submissions and which abstract topics are more popular.

GSC 2013 REPORT
22 May 2014

GSC 2013 REPORT

The Global Spine Congress 2013 Report is available to read. It provides an interesting overview of the very successful event in Hong Kong.

NEW VENUE ANNOUNCED
21 May 2014

NEW VENUE ANNOUNCED

Following discussions with our members across the world, we are pleased to announce that the new venue for the Global Spine Congress 2015 is the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Center located in the Argentinian capital.

GSC Stories

  • Global Spine Congress offers a unique platform for international collaboration and continuing education, providing exceptional quality of scientific input and a stimulating exchange of views between researchers and clinicians and the global sharing of in-depth knowledge.
    Jeffrey Wang, Co-Chairperson, GSC 2013
  • This Global Spine Congress has been very successful... we have attracted both clinicians and researchers from different disciplines. In terms of promoting spine care, this model presents the best opportunity for the future.
    Kenneth Cheung, Local Host, GSC 2013
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