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ME Müller Foundation - Spain popular

The Maurice E. Müller Foundation-España is carrying out a program for continuing education in Orthopaedic Surgery. We deliver Post-graduate courses accredited by the Universitat de Barcelona and the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.

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Orthogate Event Calendar popular

Orthogate Event Calendar. Contains important dates for Meetings, Symposia, Conferences and other CME Events.

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AOTrauma Course – Advanced Principles of Fracture Management popular

March 20 – 23 La Jolla, California
Principles of Fracture Management Courses
Part 1: Basic Principles
Part 2: Advanced Principles

This Advanced Course will focus on the treatment of complex fractures and fracture complications. This will be accomplished through didactic presentations and group discussions between the participants and faculty. In addition, surgical techniques will be practiced on artificial bones. Topics will include: complex fractures of the upper and lower extremities, fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum, fracture complications and polytrauma management. Participants will have opportunity to address treatment of malunions and nonunions, using preoperative planning and current fixation techniques.

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Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium and Instructional Trauma Courses popular

International Trauma Symposium - Yearly in August. The Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium was established in 1987 with the aim of disseminating and discussing current philosophies of orthopaedic trauma management. Different aspects of orthopaedic trauma and its management are discussed each year with the emphasis being on new ideas and philosophies. The meeting has grown in size over the years and now attracts 200–300 participants from over 35 different countries.

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2001 Diagnosis and Treatment for Osteoporosis- Current Status and Expectations for the New Millennium

Diagnosis and Treatment for Osteoporosis: Current Status and Expectations for the New Millennium Author: Thomas J. Schnitzer, MD, PhD Release Date: December 18, 2001; Valid for credit through December 18, 2002

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2003 Osteoporosis- Consider the Outcomes

Osteoporosis: Consider the Outcomes Authors: Richard Eastell, MD, FRCP, FRCPath, FMedSci; Nelson B. Watts, MD Medical Writer: Joyce Sherman Kelly, PhD Release Date: March 8, 2002; Valid for credit through March 8, 2003

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2007 ACL reconstruction failure and revisions

The kNEEguru website presents a new course by Dr Frank Noyes on the reasons for ACL graft failure and the pitfalls of reconstruction surgery. Aimed at the consumer, but at a good level for family practitioners, the rehabilitation team, nurses and medical students.  [Free]

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2007 Algorithm May Help Predict 5-Year Risk for Hip Fracture in Women Medscape CME

December 3, 2007 — An algorithm composed of 11 readily available clinical variables offers a simple means to stratify the 5-year risk of hip fracture in postmenopausal women, according to the results of a study published in the November 28 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
There were 11 factors associated with the increased risk for hip fracture within 5 years: age, self-reported health, weight, height, race or ethnicity, self-reported physical activity, history of fracture after age 54 years, parental hip fracture, current smoking, current use of corticosteroids, and treated diabetes.

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2013 Combined MAOA & ICJR Pre-Course: Current Concepts in the Management of Hip Disorders: Pediatrics, Preservation, Trauma, and Arthroplasty

Pre-course to the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting offering didactic lectures, case studies, interactive audience discussion, and bioskills workshops.

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2013 ICJR 21st Annual Perspective in Total Joint Arthroplasty: Updates in Hip Replacement

Provide new insights to more effective treatment of arthritis with total joint arthroplasty; attendees will hear current views on arthroplasty from clinical and basic science points of view in an intimate setting that allows for a more productive learning environment.

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2013 ICJR 2nd Annual Las Vegas Shoulder Course

Latest knowledge and techniques for diagnosis and optimal treatment of shoulder pathologies, including shoulder reconstruction.

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2013 ICJR 3rd Annual Marshall University Arthroplasty Course

This 3-day course will highlight indications and detailed surgical techniques with pearls for preventing, diagnosing, and treating complications related to primary and complex hip and knee replacement; including live surgery, cadaver labs and a resident track.

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2013 ICJR 5th Annual Modern Trends in Joint Replacement (MTJR)

Current options for joint replacement, trauma, and sports medicine; procedures, techniques, and management strategies for surgical patients.

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2013 ICJR East (Combined 14th Annual ISK and European Knee Associates Conference)

Combining our efforts with the European Knee Associates, this congress covers the latest methods and technological advances involved in total knee and hip replacement are standard elements of the program, as well as problematic hips and knees encountered frequently in athletic or overuse patients. 

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2013 ICJR South/RLO

This patient-centered CME conference will guide orthopaedic surgeons, PAs and nurses through in-depth, pivotal research and effective practices in hip and knee joint reconstruction.

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