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—Fixation of the Complex Distal Radial Fracture—Volar, Dorsal or maybe both?

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Tuesday, July 24, 2018, 02:00PM–03:00PM (GMT +2:00) Enter the live Webinar here Please check your time for the webinar here

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AOTrauma Webinar—Open Pelvic Injuries

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Luke Leenen (Netherlands) and Dr Zsolt Balogh (Australia) will present: Open Pelvic Injuries Friday, July 27, 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— Fractures of Olecranon When and How?

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2018 Free text —Webinar, United States, Paoli

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AOTrauma Webinar-Reduction and Fixattion proximal humerus fracture using 6 stepwise procedures

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AOTrauma Webcast—The Spectrum of Sacral Injuries

We are pleased to offer the following webcast to our AOTrauma community...Dr Marius Keel, Switzerland and Dr Johannes Bastian, Switzerland will present: The Spectrum of Sacral Injuries Friday, August 31, 2018, 02:00PM–03:30PM (GMT +2:00) 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—Anticoagulant Medications and their Impact on Surgery

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma community...Dr Joseph Nicholas, USA and Dr Nathan Clark, USA will present: Anticoagulant Medications and their Impact on Surgery Thursday, September 13, 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—Rear wall of the acetabulum, is it really a Simple fracture?

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AOTrauma/AORecon Webinar—Revision Arthroplasty in Periprosthetic Fractures around the Hip and Knee

We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOTrauma/AORecon community...Dr Carsten Perka, Germany and Dr Karl Stoffel, Switzerland will present: Revision Arthroplasty in Periprosthetic Fractures around the Hip and Knee Thursday, September 20, 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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Intraoperative Imaging during Distal Radius Fracture Surgery

Daniel Rikli is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Intraoperative Imaging during Distal Radius Fracture Surgery Learning Objectives: - Describe the standard projections for intraoperative imaging in wrist fracture surgery - Describe the special projections for intraoperative imaging in wrist fracture surgery - Assess articular and extraarticular reduction using intraoperative imaging - Explain how to rule out dorsal screw penetration with palmar plating using intraoperative imaging

AO Video

Organizing an Orthogeriatric Model of Care (with Fracture Liaison Service)

Christian Kammerlander is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Organizing an Orthogeriatric Model of Care (with Fracture Liaison Service) Learning Objectives: - Describe the key elements of an orthogeriatric comanagement program Outine a step-wise approach for setting up a comanagement system Identify frequent problems encountered in system change and list potential solutions - Describe how to set up a fracture liaison service (FLS

AO Video

Optimal Frame Construction for Deformity Correction

Learning objectives: - Recognize the use of ring fixation for single plane, angular deformity correction with hinges - Explain the biomechanical principles of ring fixation - Plan the application of a ring fixator - Describe the steps in assembling a circular frame and errors to avoid

AO Video

Malunion of the Proximal Humerus

Stefaan Nijs is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Malunion of the Proximal Humerus Learning Objectives: - Describe the relation between anatomy and function of the shoulder (proximal humerus) - Diagnose proximal humeral malunion and describe the indications for corrective osteotomies - Plan corrective osteotomies (using the classic technique and modern 3D planning) - Explain the technique of complex corrective osteotomies using 3D printed cutting and drilling guides

AO Video

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

AO Video

Scapular Fractures

Martin Jaeger is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Scapular Fractures Learning Objectives: - Describe scapular fractures according to the latest AO/OTA Classification of Fractures and Dislocations - Recognize the main indications for surgery - Describe the anatomy of the back of the shoulder girdle - Distinguish the different approaches (Judet versus Brodsky) - Define tactics for surgical treatment

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Posterior Approaches to Ankle and Talus Fractures (Posteromedial and Posterolateral)

Learning objectives: - Outline the indications for a posterolateral approach - Outline the indications for a posteromedial approach - Describe the anatomy of the hindfoot and locate important (neurovascular) structures - Explain the different approaches based upon anatomical landmarks - Perform an ankle block for adequate pain relief

AO Video

Casting in Children—Indication and Technique

Theddy Slongo is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Casting in Children—Indication and Technique Learning Objectives: - Identify those fractures which are suitable for conservative treatment - Explain the main biomechanical principles of cast fixation - Recognize the difference between conventional plaster of Paris and fiber casting tape - Describe the steps of correct casting techniques for the most frequent indications - Anticipate the major risks and complications of casting

AO Video

Prevention and Diagnosis of early Postoperative Infection after Trauma

Willem-Jan Metsemakers is presenting a live interactive Webinar about: Prevention and Diagnosis of early Postoperative Infection after Trauma Learning Objectives: - Appreciate the importance of infection prevention - Identify the most up-to-date evidence on diagnostic tests related to fracture-related infection (FRI) - Describe the current definition and classifications of FRI - Apply infection prevention strategies (pre, peri, and postoperative phase) in musculoskeletal trauma - Identify

AO Video

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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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. 

System requirements

​​To participate in our upcoming webinars and webcasts you need a computer with Adobe Flash Player installed. Check your computer with the diagnostic test to

ensure your PC and network connections are properly configured to provide you with the best possible Adobe Connect meeting experience.

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