Events and Courses

Browse all AOTrauma courses, seminars, and online events.

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AOTrauma Symposium—Complex Tibia Fractures

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AOTrauma Course—Orthogeriatric Fracture Management

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: Participants will learn to substantially improve the overall care of the fragility fracture patient, as well as the optimal approach for orthogeriatric co-management of the patient from admission to completion of rehabilitation. This course delivers the latest evidence and practical details on the comprehensive management of fragility fractures in older adults, with the aim of changing attitudes and improving the care

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AOTrauma Masters Course—Pediatrics

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: This course aims to create a clinically centered learning environment, introducing, discussing, and applying the current principles and techniques of musculoskeletal injury in children and adolescents. Target participants: The course is targeted at traumatologists, orthopedic surgeons, and all who are actively engaged in pediatric fracture care, as well as those who want to enhance their level of expertise in the field

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AOTrauma Regional Masters Course—Foot & Ankle

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: The masters course teaches current concepts and techniques of foot and ankle surgery, covering trauma and reconstruction in degenerative and metabolic pathologies. Participants acquire the rational basis of treatment leading to full functional restoration of the injured and diseased foot. Target participants: Specialty consulting surgeons and senior trainees interested in advancing their expertise in the management of

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AOTrauma Regional Masters Course—Pelvic & Acetabulum

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: The course aims to create an understanding of the initial evaluation, stabilization, and definitive treatment of patients with injuries of the pelvic ring, acetabulum, or both. The AO Principles as well as the latest techniques and up-to date evidence will be incorporated into the course. Target participants: Participants must be fully trained orthopedic and/or trauma surgeons. They must have already completed the

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AOTrauma Regional Course—Advanced Principles of Fracture Management for ORP

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: The course is based on current trends and concepts at an advanced level. The course will focus on the surgical treatment and intraoperative nursing care of complex fractures. Target participants: This course is designed for operating room personnel (ORP) who have completed the AOTrauma Course—Basic Principles of Fracture Management for ORP. Course program: 12 October as of 18.30h: Participants registration, Opening

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AOTrauma Course—Advanced Principles of Fracture Management

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course:  Based on the techniques learned in the AOTrauma Basic Principles course, the AOTrauma Advanced Principles course focuses on the principles and techniques of operative fracture management in more complex injuries. Target participants:  The course is targeted at surgeons at the threshold of becoming independent surgeons and taking over decision-making responsibility for the treatment of complex injuries. Participants

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AOTrauma Course—Basic Principles of Fracture Management

Online course registration will open approx. in June 2018 Goal of the course: The course teaches fundamental principles and current concepts in the treatment of injuries, incorporating the latest techniques in operative fracture management. The AOTrauma Basic Principles course is the initial step along the path of lifelong learning in the area of operative fracture management. Target participants: The course is targeted at doctors in surgical training but is also open to those who are interested

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SDL-Upper Limb

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SDL-Lower Limb