Events and Courses

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AOTrauma Course—Introductory Course For Undergraduates

Aim To help medical students understand basic principles of fracture management. Course description Building on the undergraduate curriculum, this interactive day uses case discussions and fracture fixation practicals to establish the basics of fracture management for medical students who are considering a trauma and orthopedic career. Feedback 'All of the faculty were extremely encouraging and helpful throughout the day. Their efforts, and the efforts of supporting staff, are to be commended on

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AOTrauma Course–Basic Principles of Fracture Management

This course is aimed at junior trainees. ATLS training is recommended before attending the course. The aim of the course is to help the participant acquire the knowledge and skills required to manage common fractures, according to AO principles. The course is based upon a philosophy that good fracture management requires more than the practical skills required to ‘fix’ a fracture. The competent fracture surgeon should understand bone physiology, response to injury and the processes of repair

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AOTrauma Course—Basic Principles of Fracture Management for ORP

This two and a half day course is designed for Operating Room Personnel (ORP) in orthopaedic and trauma surgery. It is a basic introduction to the management of fractures using AO principles and techniques, at the same time maintaining awareness of total patient care. The content of the course will be covered by short lectures, pre-practical seminars and practical workshops. ORP attending the course should be familiar with AO instruments and implants. The AO Foundation is a non-profit

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AOTrauma Course—Paediatric

Participants will learn about current concepts in pediatric fracture management. The indications for, techniques and complications of operative methods will be considered and compared with conservative alternatives. Manage children’s fractures and complications at all ages, including pelvis, upper and lower limb Understand growth and remodelling Apply principles of elastic nailing , wiring children's elbows and external fixation This course is aimed at: Consultants managing general trauma

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AOTrauma Course—Introductory Course For Undergraduates

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AOTrauma Course—Basic Principles of Fracture Management

MONDAY 4 - THURSDAY 7 MARCH 2019 This course is aimed at junior trainees. ATLS training is recommended before attending the course. The aim of the course is to help the participant acquire the knowledge and skills required to manage common fractures, according to AO principles. The course is based upon a philosophy that good fracture management requires more than the practical skills required to ‘fix’ a fracture. The competent fracture surgeon should understand bone physiology, response to

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AOTrauma Course—Shoulder & Elbow

Interested in becoming more skilled in managing shoulder trauma? This two and a half day course will provide an opportunity to review all the shoulder and elbow approaches that may be required for trauma cases in the cadaveric lab, and discuss the management of common trauma cases with experts from Europe and the UK.  The course is based on small discussion group sessions, cadaveric lab sessions and short lectures. Target participants are:   Consultants managing general trauma including shoulder

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AOTrauma Course—Foot & Ankle

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AOTrauma Course—Current Concepts

Getting it right first time works well for high volume well planned elective cases but cannot always be achievable in trauma. This course gives participants the exposure to those infrequent but important fractures seen throughout all hospitals, and the unfamiliar surgical approaches needed to manage them. Learning is consolidated using small group interactive discussions, participants own cases and cadaveric dissection. Presentations on current trauma research and national guidelines will

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AOTrauma Europe Masters Course—Managing Pediatric Musculoskeletal Injuries

Goal of the course The AOTrauma Europe Masters Courses 2019 address current concepts and state-of-the-art treatment options in orthopedic trauma. Each course covers one or more topics and has been planned based on the common and critical patient problems related to the specific topic.   Target participants The course is aimed at surgeons who have been practicing orthopedic trauma for many years and who are willing to share their experiences on the specific topic of the course. Participants