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AAOS Annual Meeting popular

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting New Orleans LA March 9th - 13th 2010
The 2011 Annual Meeting takes place February 15-19, San Diego, California.
Dates and location updated annually on this site.

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CHE Courses, Clinical Trials and CME

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Center for Healthcare Education (CHE) site listing recent and upcoming courses. Organized by specialty

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Medscape Orthopaedic Conference Centre popular

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Medscape coverage of orthopaedic meetings. Reports from recent meetings

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AANA Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting popular

Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
2011 Annual Meeting April 14-16, 2011 San Francisco Marriott San Francisco, California

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14th Oswestry Foot and Ankle Course

7th - 9th December 2015:? This 3 day course will cover most of the core curriculum for the foot and ankle.? Hands on examination techniques with saw bone workshops, arthroscopy workshops and lectures aims to provide delegates with a core understanding of the management of common foot and ankle problems.? There will be patient case presentations, anatomy wth cadaveric dissection and topics include biomechanics and gait, the evaluation and treatment of forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot pain, the role of orthotics and what to prescribe.

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2012 ICJR 4th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

ICJR's 3rd Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course was a great success with over 200 attendees and an internationally renowned faculty. We look forward to another excellent program this year and hope you will plan to join us for the 4th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course, from January 12-15, 2012!
 
Over the course of four days, expert faculty will guide orthopaedic surgeons, PA's and nurses through in-depth, pivotal research and effective practices in hip and knee joint reconstruction by featuring case studies, interactive audience discussion, live workshops, and product theaters in addition to traditional didactic lectures.

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2012 Las Vegas MSK Ultrasound Course

Our course is a hands on comprehensive course designed to introduce clinicians to office based  musculoskeletal ultrasound techniques and applications. The course also reviews the latest orthobiologic advances and published scientific research. The full course covers two days. Alternatively, clinicians may sign up for either day separately.   Orthotalk, Inc. frequently sponsors regional seminars and instructional courses associated with major orthopedic meetings such as the AAOS, AANA, San Diego Shoulder, Texas Orthopedic Association, the Metcalf Course, The NICE Shoulder Course, and Orthopedic Surgery Controversies Meetings. Our courses feature state of the art equipment provided by industry partners so that course participants can practice on the most technologically advancing portable ultrasound machines.
 We spend a significant amount of time in hands on setting with live models with and without pathology.
 Please join us and see why over 300 clinicians have enjoyed our practical, hands on ultrasound training course over the past 4 years!

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2013 ICJR Philadelphia Resident Skills Program

This one-day didactic and cadaveric-based course, geared toward PGY-2 through PGY-4 residents, will focus on the fundamentals of primary hip and knee replacement. Preceding the 2014 Philadelphia Revision Course.

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2013 Philadelphia Revision Course

This practical hands-on CME course, including a combination of didactic presentations with live surgical and video demonstrations and cadaver sessions, will focus on providing critical knowledge, analytical and technical skills to appropriately evaluate and manage patients suffering after failure of a prior hip or knee replacement.

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5th Heidelberg Deformity-Day - International Congress for the Correction of Complex Foot-Deformities

MAIN TOPICS:
- International and interactive programme
- Live-surgeries
- Live-patients
- Workshops
- Panel-discussions
- Audience-response sessions
- Specialty panels

SCIENTIFIC CHAIR:
Wolfram Wenz, MD, and Thomas Dreher, MD
Orthopaedic University Hospital Heidelberg

INFORMATION, ORGANISATION, REGISTRATION:
Intercongress GmbH
Karlsruher Str. 3
79108 Freiburg
fon +49 761 69699-0
fax +49 761 69699-11
info.freiburg@intercongress.de
www.intercongress.de

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9th Symposium on Joint Preserving and Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Hip

9th Symposium on Joint Preserving and Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Hip (HIP2011)
Start date: June 16, 2011 End date: June 18, 2011 Location: New York, NY
Street address Roosevelt Hotel, 45 East 45th Street New York, NY 10017

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A Masterclass in Intra-Operative Neuro-Monitoring (IONM) for Spinal Surgery

A unique learning opportunity providing an introduction to basic principles necessary in understanding the importance of somatosensory (SSEP), motor evoked potential (MEP) and Electromyography (EMG) in an operating room setting.  A multidisciplinary approach will give participants an insight into the benefits of an integrated team approach for exploiting this unique monitoring technology

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AANA Arthroscopy Association of North America Masters Experience Courses

Masters Experience Courses at the Learning Center
Experience how physicians from all over the world have improved their surgical skills during the past 17 years at AANA’s Masters Experience Courses
The “One-on-One” Masters Experience is a distinctive learning opportunity for Orthopaedic Surgeons!!! “One-on-One” means each participant will have their own cadaveric specimen and assist a partner for a complete and equal surgical learning experience.

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AAOS AAHKS Advanced Surgical Techniques for Management of Knee Arthritis

This course will review surgical options and indication for treatment of knee arthritis. Learn contemporary and advanced techniques for managing knee arthritis with the aid of lectures, videos, live surgical demonstrations, and a hands on skill lab. In addition, to describing cutting edge arthroscopic, osteotomy, and arthroplasty methods, this course will also review management of complications and failed knee reconstruction.
AAOS/AAHKS Advanced Surgical Techniques for Management of Knee Arthritis
American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
Course# 3473
Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Peter F Sharkey, MD
Course Co-Director: Ormonde M Mahoney, MD

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