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AAOS POSNA From the ER to the OR-Essentials for the Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon

AAOS/POSNA Pediatric Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: From the ER to the OR-Essentials for the Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon
This 1 ½ day course gives orthopaedic surgeons who see pediatric patients in their practice a convenient update on essential pediatric fracture management in sports medicine care.
Course# 3496 Jun 17 - Jun 18, 2011 6:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Location/Housing: Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel 300 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201

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AAOS POSNA International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium

This four day meeting is the world's most comprehensive and innovative course in pediatric orthopaedics. International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium course is designed so attendees can customize their learning experience to their unique practice. In addition to focused lectures sessions and case discussions, attendees may choose from over 25 breakout sessions, demonstrations, hands-on technical workshops, and industry-sponsored sessions with innovative products
8th Annual International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium presented by POSNA and AAOS Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Course# 3478 Date Dec 7 - Dec 10, 2011 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Lake Buena Vista, FL Course Director: Jack M Flynn, MD

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AAOS Practice Forward - Managing Your Practice Ahead of the Curve

Profound changes are on the way for your orthopaedic practice. Each year, elements of health care reform are changing the medical care paradigm. You need to understand how the legislation and regulation will play out, impacting your business, and changing the way you practice orthopaedics. Expect new regulations, guidelines, and reimbursement structures from government and private payers. You need to position yourself and your practice to adapt and thrive as changes are enacted. How will you respond to the increasing focus on quality of care and patient safety? Do you have a plan? This 2 ½ day course offers you the planning tools to help you make the right decisions-at the right time - NOW!
AAOS Practice Forward: Managing Your Practice Ahead of the Curve
Course# 3484
Date Sep 23 - Sep 25, 2011 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Course Location:
Doubletree Hotel Chicago Magnificent Mile 300 E. Ohio St. Chicago, IL 60611
Course Directors: Michele M Zembo, MD, MBA; John Cherf, MD, MPH, MBA

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AAOS Spine Surgery State-of-the-Art Techniques and Science

Learn the latest techniques in spinal surgery Discover state-of-the-art treatments through didactic lectures, case discussions and extensive cadaveric laboratory experience. Review anterior and posterior, open and minimally invasive techniques for the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. You will also learn complication avoidance and management techniques. Expert faculty will review and discuss case examples to illustrate learning points, stimulate questions from the audience, and encourage participation.
AAOS Spine Surgery: State-of-the-Art Techniques and Science
Course# 3471
Date Sep 22 - Sep 24, 2011 4:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Darrel S Brodke, MD
Course Co-Director: Jeffrey C Wang, MD

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AAOS Top Orthopaedic Controversies

Controversial surgeries, changing techniques, and new treatment approaches are just some of the areas of rapid change in orthopaedic surgery that make it vital for you to stay up-to-date on developments and debates across the orthopaedic specialties. This one-day course helps you make informed decisions to treat or refer, and prepares you to answer questions about controversial surgeries and current procedures for treating a number of diagnoses across orthopaedics – even if the procedures aren’t all performed by you.
From shoulder arthroplasty and hand fractures, to hip arthroscopy, patello-femoral problems, total ankle replacement and spine surgery, you’ll cover the gamut of the latest procedures and debates on a variety of orthopaedic topics. Learn from leading orthopaedic surgeons how to recognize problems, handle complications and risks associated with a variety of treatment approaches, and select viable alternatives for positive outcomes.
AAOS Top Orthopaedic Controversies
Course# 3472
Date Oct 15, 2011 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Course Location/Housing:
InterContinental New York Times Square
300 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Course Director: Laith M Jazrawi, MD

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AAOS Wrist Injuries State of the Art

AAOS Wrist Injuries: State of the Art
June 24 - 25, 2011 . Rosemont, IL, Orthopaedic Learning Center
Course Directors: Leon S. Benson, MD; Pedro K. Beredjiklian, MD
Hone your technical skills for a variety of fixation options for distal radius fractures and other injuries about the wrist. Learn the latest diagnosis and treatment concepts, including pediatric wrist injuries, high energy wrist injuries, complications, and decision-making for post traumatic arthritis patients. Review the anatomy and basic science of wrist injuries, including the distal radius and ulna, the carpus, and the distal radioulnar joint.

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AAOS/OTA Strategies and Tactics in Orthopaedic Extremity Trauma

Improve your skills for treating routine and high energy complex fractures and learn how to avoid complications. Lectures, case discussions, and hands-on cadaver labs explore various surgical treatment options for intraarticular and long-bone fractures, as well as locked and non-locked plating techniques. Discussions address alternative treatment and rehabilitation techniques for patients with complex fractures. This course incorporates contemporary strategies for pain management, infection control, and the psychosocial impact of injury.
AAOS/OTA Strategies and Tactics in Orthopaedic Extremity Trauma
Orthopaedic Trauma Association
Course# 3479
Date Dec 1 - Dec 3, 2011 6:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Location OLC, Rosemont, IL
Course Directors: Philip R Wolinsky, MD; Paul Tornetta III, MD

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American Association for Hand Surgery

Annual Meeting: January 9th - 12th 2008 Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Beverly Hills, California

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Amsterdam Foot and Ankle Course

The Amsterdam Foot and Ankle Platform is related to the Amsterdam Foot and Ankle Course, an annual course on minimal invasive surgery of the ankle and hindfoot. The Platform’s goal is to provide detailed information on surgical procedures to orthopaedic surgeons interested in minimal invasive surgery of the ankle and hindfoot. This website contains detailed information on foot & ankle artroscopy, endoscopy and tendoscopy. This way orthopaedic surgeons can learn and improve their skills. Information can be retrieved, instructional videos can be watched, and specific clinical problems are addressed and discussed.
Besides this, the website provides information on Courses and registration.

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Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course

The next Baltimore Limb Deformity Course will be held September 6-9 2009, at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel Baltimore.
Maryland, MD, USA

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Annual Contemporary Issues in Partial Knee Arthroplasty

5th ANNUAL CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN PARTIAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY (CIPKA) June 3 – 5, 2011 Embassy Suites Dublin Columbus (Dublin), Ohio
OVERVIEW Partial knee arthroplasty (PKA) has enjoyed a renewed interest in the last decade. Isolated medial, lateral, and patellofemoral arthroplasty are all becoming the norm for the treatment of compartmental disease. Additionally, bicompartmental arthroplasty has been introduced in an effort to preserve the normal ligamentous structures in appropriate knees. A combination of improved results over previous experiences, newer devices such as mobile bearing PKA and newer patellofemoral replacement designs, and improved implantation techniques including minimally invasive alternatives have driven this excitement. Debate continues to surround, however, the appropriate indications for PKA, particularly involving the patellofemoral joint.

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Annual Meeting of the Canadian Orthopaedic Association

Visit regularly for updates and information about the 2011 COA Annual Meeting taking place in St John's NFL from July 7th - 9th 2011.
Consultez le site régulièrement pour tout savoir sur la Réunion annuelle 2011 de l'ACO, qui aura lieu à St John's, en Newfoundland, du 7 au 9 juillet 2011.

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Annual Meeting Southern Orthopaedic Association

Information on the Annual Meetings of the SOA

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Arthroscopic Surgery - Metcalf Meeting

Robert W. Metcalf Memorial Meeting, Sun Valley, Idaho, January 30 ~ February 2, 2010 24.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Arthroscopic Surgery 2010 is the 31st annual Robert W. Metcalf, MD arthroscopy meeting for a total of 43 seminars which have educated over 15,000 orthopedic surgeons worldwide. Our 2010 program features practice relevant presentations, shoulder and knee surgery demos and current state-of-the-art ankle, foot and hip arthroscopy.

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Biennial Canadian Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Symposium

April 10-11, 2010. Venue Medical Sciences Building, 1 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The Foot and Ankle Symposium is designed as a comprehensive review of the operative and non-operative management of foot and ankle pathologies. After attending the course the participant will have better medical insight into the care of both common and important foot and ankle problems.
The course is designed to help both the surgeon and allied health professional in the management and education of their patients. A national and international perspective is provided through inviting various guest speakers from other provinces within Canada and outside of the country.

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