Webinars and Webcasts

Webinars and webcasts offer the unique opportunity to experience live world-renowned experts present and discuss hot clinical topics. During the live events, participants can ask questions and receive answers in real-time.

Register early for the upcoming events or explore the collection of past events in our webinar and webcast library.

Scheduled events 

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AOTrauma Webinar—Casting in Children—Indication and Technique

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Correct casting technique This webinar on the principles of cast fixation in children is focused on the assessment of conservative treatment as well as introducing specific casting techniques adapted to pediatric treatment...This webinar illustrates the most important points with typical applications (forearm, lower leg/ankle joint, and hip

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AOTrauma Webinar—Intraoperative Imaging during Distal Radius Fracture Surgery

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Daniel Rikli (Switzerland) and Dr Amir Steinitz (Germany) will present: Intraoperative Imaging during Distal Radius Fracture Surgery Friday, March 9, 2018, 02:00PM–03:00PM (GMT +1:00) Please check your time for the webinar here...We recommend you perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar

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AOTrauma Webinar—Complicaciones en fracturas complejas de humero proximal

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AOTrauma North America Webinar: Common Pediatric Fractures

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AOTrauma Webcast—Posterior Approaches to Ankle and Talar Fractures (Posteromedial + Posterolateral)

We are pleased to offer the following webcast to our AOTrauma community...Dr Tim Schepers (the Netherlands) and Dr Mandeep Dhillon (India) will present: Posterior Approaches to Ankle and Talar Fractures (Posteromedial and Posterolateral) Thursday, March 15, 2018, 01:00PM–02:30PM (GMT +1:00) Enter the live Webcast here Please check your time for the webcast here...We recommend you perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webcast

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AOTrauma Webinar—The Basic Science of Fracture Management

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Mark Jackson (UK) and Dr Bob Handley (UK) will present: The Basic Science of Fracture Management Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 02:00PM–03:00PM (GMT +1:00) Please check your time for the webinar here...We recommend you perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar

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AOTrauma Webinar—Subtrochanteric fractures: How to make a successful nailing?

Describe the difficulties of nailing in subtrochanteric fractures, including the deforming forces and anatomy Recognize the common causes to fail to unite subtrochanteric fractures Describe the appropriate techniques to achieve a successful nailing Outline the salvage procedures after fixation failure or nonunion

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AOTrauma Webinar—Scapula Fractures

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Martin Jaeger, Germany and Dr Simon Lambert, United Kingdom will present: Scapula Fractures Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 02:00PM–03:00PM (GMT +2:00) Please check your time for the webinar here...We recommend you perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar

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AOTrauma Webinar—Fractura del calcaneo ¿Cuándo y cómo operar?

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AOTrauma Webinar—Prevention and Diagnosis of early Postoperative Infection after Trauma

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Willem Jan Metsemakers, Belgium and Dr Stephen Kates, USA will present: Prevention and Diagnosis of early Postoperative Infection after Trauma Thursday, May 3, 2018, 02:00PM–03:00PM (GMT +2:00) Please check your time for the webinar here...We recommend you perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar

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Recorded events

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Treatment of Bony Defects after Infection in Orthopedics

Olivier Borens is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Treatment of Bony Defects after Infection in Orthopedics Learning Objectives: - Describe the types of septic bone defects and analyze these before surgery - Select the most appropriate surgical strategy for the defect - Describe the most important types of bone substitutes and local antibiotic carriers - Explain which technique (Masquelet, bone transport, grafting, etc) is the most appropriate and in which situation

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Failure of Osteotomies around the Knee

Steffen Schröter are presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Failure of Osteotomies around the Knee Learning Objectives - Describe the potential complications of an osteotomy - Explain the difference between a complication and a surgical mistake - Recognize a complication - Recognize the indications for revision - Apply principles of surgical techniques to treat complications and mistakes

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Forearm Fractures in Childhood—A Changing Landscape of Operative Treatment

Theddy Slongo is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Forearm Fractures in Childhood—A Changing Landscape of Operative Treatment Learning Objectives: - Describe unstable fracture patterns - Address the major problems of malalignment in the forearm - Identify forearm fractures appropriate for operative and nonoperative management - Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of the different entry points - Describe both distal radial approaches for ESIN - Describe the steps of the ESIN

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Computer guided talar fracture screw fixation

Learning Objectives: Identification of fractures of the talus that can be fixed percutaneously Preparation a 3-D intraoperative data set Planning the correct screws for fixation Execution K-wire and screw placement and control the result in 3-D to finalize the procedure

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Nonoperative fracture care—Established procedures and contemporary techniques

Learning Objectives: - Describe the characteristics of the different casting materials - Explain the principles of cast application - Define the basic steps of post application treatment - Recognize potential for and prevent complications - Apply casts and splints and prescribe orthoses

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AOTrauma Webcast—Rib Fracture Osteosynthesis—Approaches and Management in the Different Sectors of the Chest Wall

Learning Objectives - Describe the anatomy of the chest wall, its surrounding soft tissues, and possible surgical approaches ? - Pinpoint fractures of the ribs with the assistance of landmarks on the chest wall ? - Perform correct patient positioning ? - Select and perform appropriate approaches to the chest wall ? - Explore the pleural cavity and manage any injuries, eg, lung laceration ? - Perform rib fixation through locked plate osteosynthesis in an open approach ? - Consider the use of

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Acute Elbow Instability

Stefaan Nijs and Martin Jaeger are presenting a live interactive Webcast: Acute Elbow Instability Learing Objectives: - The double guarded fortress: understanding elbow stability and instability - Describe the importance of bony anatomy to elbow stability - Coronoid - Radial head: fix or replace - Explain the soft-tissue elements to elbow stability (capsule, ligaments, musculotendinous insertion) - Lateral–anterior–medial soft-tissue structures - Choose the correct approach to the elbow

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Computer-guided periacetabular screw placement

Florian Gebhard and Peter Richter are presenting a live interactive Webcast: Computer-guided periacetabular screw placement Learing Objectives: - Describe the indications for acetabular screw fixation - Prepare the patient for a computer-assisted surgical procedure - Generate an intraoperative 3-D data set - Carry out planning of screw positioning for a percutaneous navigated procedure - Perform guided insertion of K-wires for cannulated screws - Apply 3-D position control of K-wires before

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Timing for Definitive Fixation for Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures

Zsolt Balogh is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Timing for Definitive Fixation for Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures Learning Objectives: - Describe injury patterns, physiology, and postinjury inflammatory response to surgical timing - Apply the principles of hemostatic resuscitation and physiological assessment of the complex orthopedic trauma patient - Define and discuss the applicable approaches for acute definitive fixation - Recognize the complications of early and delayed

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Indications for Definitive External Fixation

Andrey Volna is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Indications for Definitive External Fixation Learning Objectives: - Describe the principles of external fixation - Discuss the benefits of external fixation - Recognize the disadvantages of definitive external fixation - Describe distraction osteogenesis - Apply the principles of management of acute trauma, nonunion, bone infection, bone defects, and long-bone deformity with definitive external fixation - Discuss the combination of

 

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Webinar or webcast?​​

While a webinar is an interactive live broadcast of a lecture or presentation on a predefined topic, a surgical webcast is an

​​interactive broadcast of clinical procedures delivered live from the lab. 

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