The Successful AOTrauma Europe Masters Courses Will Be Continued in 2019
16 October 2018
Meet the experts at your doorstep—a new set of the AOTrauma Europe Masters Courses will be conducted in 2019
For the past eight years, AOTrauma Europe (AOTEU) has supported the continuing professional development of orthopedic and trauma surgeons in Europe with its Europe Masters Courses. AOTrauma is pleased to announce that it will conduct these successful AOTEU Masters Courses again in 2019.
In-depth, detailed, and relevant
The AOTEU Masters Courses help surgeons to address the difficult patient problems they face in their daily practices. They feature in-depth discussions, detailing advanced clinical problems and techniques, and also include high-level, open group discussions that are led by experts. Case analyses, with feedback sessions, provide participants with the opportunity to explore more advanced treatment methods, and the 2019 courses will allocate more time to practical exercises with anatomical specimen dissections.
The courses also serve as a catalyst in bringing specialists from European countries together to work collectively, by sharing best practices and experiences.
For more details, updates, and registration, please click on the title of individual courses in the course program table below:
Courses with Practical Excercises
|External Fixation for Deformity Correction||Budapest (HU)||Sept 13-14||Leonid Solomin (RU)||Andrey Volna (RU)|
Courses with Anatomical Specimen Lab
|Pilon Fractures||Brno (CZ)||April 4-5||Fabian Stuby (DE)||Martin Poeze (NL)|
|Malunion and Nonunion||Vienna (AT)||June 27-28||Steven Velkes (IL)||Aleksas Makulavicius (LT)|
|Damage Control||Capetown (SA)||July 25-26||Brian Bernstein (SA)||Sithombo Maqungo (SA)|
|Fractures around the Knee||Münster (DE)||Sept 27-28||Michael Raschke (DE)||Karl-Heinz Frosch (DE)|