AAPRP Medical Conference On Boxing Safety
Darien, Connecticut – September 11, 2006 – The American Association of Professional Ringside Physicians (AAPRP) announced the tentative agenda for the 2006 AAPRP Medical Conference on Boxing Safety. The meeting, which begins on Thursday September 14 at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, will include lectures and presentations by the most experienced doctors, trainers, boxers, commissioners and media throughout the boxing world..
Article posted on 11.09.2006
This three-day seminar features a golf outing, a cocktail reception and an awards banquet. Continuing Medical Education Credits (CME) will be offered for all physicians attending these meetings. For more information or press credentials, please contact the AAPRP.
For more information or for registration materials, please contact the AAPRP or visit our website at www.AAPRP.Org or call (203) 662-8900
Established in 1997, the AAPRP was created to develop medical protocols and guidelines to ensure the safety and protection of professional boxer. The not-for-profit association is comprised of experienced ringside physicians from around the world who are dedicated to the medical aspects of the sport of boxing. Since its inception, the AAPRP has consistently grown to include physicians from around the globe who are working together toward a common goal of helping to ensure the health, safety and protection of professional boxers.
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