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2013 ICJR West

This dynamic CME course, with a curriculum offering extended discussion time, offers attendees the opportunity to take home constructive information on topics related to hip and knee replacement.

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2014 ICJR 6th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

In-depth, pivotal research and effective practices in hip and knee joint reconstruction; technologic advances in hip and knee arthroplasty.

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2014 ICJR Pan Pacific Congress

Join over 1000 of your colleagues at this congress designed to integrate research interests across two continents and to engage clinicians and engineers in discussions about the future of orthopaedics.

This meeting is being held July 16 - 18, 2014.
Hilton Waikloloa Village.
69-425 Waikoloa Beach Drive
Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738

The price is from $195 - $995

Please register between July 15, 2013 - July 15, 2014

Please contact 760-942-7859 or info @icjr.net

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2015 ICJR World Arthroplasty Congress

The World Arthroplasty Congress will offer a forum for Orthopaedic Healthcare Professionals from around the globe to convene with the common interest of sharing data and best practices related to arthroplasty.

The meeting will be held April 16 - 18, 2015 in Paris, France.

The cost of this meeting is $98 - $995.

Please register for this meeting between March 31, 2013 - April 15, 2015.

Please contact 760-942-7859 or info @icjr.net

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A New Paradigm for Orthopaedic Education

by David S. Hungerford, M.D. to the members of the Faculty of the Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Traditional educational paradigms consist of considerable didactic content delivered live in a classroom setting. Most meetings of societies and Instructional courses also use this format. The method of learning can be characterized as 'vaporware,' since it has been conclusively shown by multiple studies that retention even as soon as the next day is usually in the single digit range (percentage-wise). The traditional method of textbook writing and writing of chapters and articles does produce educational material of substance and durability, but they suffer from lack of availability, i.e., the information is not where you want it when you want it. Even videos and CD's suffer from availability and from the linearity of the content, i.e., you have to pretty much start from the beginning and proceed to the end. In addition, the content is often too elementary for the advanced learner and too advanced for the beginner.
What is required is a methodology that provides just the right educational material at just the right time in just the right amount.

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Annual Canadian Orthopaedic Association Basic Science Course

The Course is designed for the "mature" orthopaedic resident (ideally midway through training), but would also be of use for the orthopaedist who wants to return to the basic fundamentals of orthopaedic practice. The course is held annally in different locations across Canada.
Who Should Attend The COA Basic Science Course?
The COA Basic Science Course is designed for the "mature" orthopaedic resident (ideally midway through training), but would also be of use for the orthopaedist who wants to return to the basic fundamentals of orthopaedic practice. Ideally, you will develop the ability to conceptualize and understand all clinical problems at multiple levels - pathophysiology at the cellular level, gross morphology as reflected on the radiograph, and clinical presentation as assessed through history, physical examination, and laboratory parameters. This information is highly relevant to other disciplines including: pathology, radiology, rehabilitation medicine, rheumatology, and physiotherapy.

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Chinese Continuing Medical Education Resource

Chinese CME online resource including tutorials, video, online lectures, and Question Bank.

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Continuing Medical Education Programs for Pain Management

The National Initiative on Pain Control® (NIPC®), through numerous educational venues, offers innovative, interactive, and practical activities that support the Initiative's goals. NIPC educational activities highlight the magnitude of the problem, providing guidance in pain assessment, and offer proven strategies for pain management, all with the aim of improving patient outcomes. All NIPC programs are developed and continuously evaluated by the NIPC Education Council, an expert multidisciplinary team of specialists, researchers, and practicing physicians in pain management. The NIPC Faculty includes nationally respected experts in the pain management field. PainKnowledge.org is supported in part by an unrestricted educational grant from Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc

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European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

European Union of Medical Specialists. The purpose of the EACCME will be the harmonization and improvement of the quality of specialist medical care in Europe. In the field of Continuing Medical Education (CME) the EACCME will serve this purpose by improving quality of CME and accessibility of CME for the medical specialists in Europe.
Through this site you can :
* make a new Application for Accreditation
* review to progress of an Application
* search for accredited CME opportunities.

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Hospital for Special Surgery CME Calendar

Continuously updated calendar of CME activity organized by the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)

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ICJR 2010 Meeting A Patient Specific Approach to the Arthritic Hip and Knee

The ICJR 2010 meeting will provide surgeons with 5 full days of in-depth and relevant reconstructive surgery information in engaging formats. In all, 30 ICJR faculty-led CME sessions will offer attendees the chance to earn up to 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. In between CME sessions, attendees have the opportunity to meet with sales representatives on the exhibit floor, attend lunch sessions, and participate in workshops.
The program is being marketed to approximately 22,000 orthopaedic surgeons worldwide. We anticipate up to 200 highly active U.S. orthopaedic professionals will participate in this meeting.

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New Guidelines Issued for Management of Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis Medscape CME

February 27, 2008 — The Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) has issued 25 evidence-based, expert consensus recommendations for the management of osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip and knee. These guidelines, which are published in the February issue of Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, were intended to be adapted for use in different countries or regions according to the availability of treatment modalities and strength of recommendation (SOR) for each modality of therapy.

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Nice Shoulder Course Annual

An annual event; intensive course in English, Nice University Hospital, France. Workshops on specimen and plastic models are available.

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OR-Live - Live Orthopaedic Surgical Webcasts

OR-Live features new and innovative surgical procedures which originate from leading hospitals worldwide. A trust resource, OR-Live is a provider of surgical video to the US National Library of Medicine. All OR-Live's live webcasts are archived for on-demand viewing. Viewers of the live broadcast will be presented with the opportunity to email questions direct to the surgical theatre for an on-camera response by the surgeons/moderator of the procedure.

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UCLA CME Courses

CME Course Listings organized by University of California Los Angeles UCLA. Includes online CME.

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