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2003 Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium and Instructional Trauma Courses

International Trauma Symposium - 13th to 15th August 2003. The Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium was established in 1987 with the aim of disseminating and discussing current philosophies of orthopaedic trauma management. Different aspects of orthopaedic trauma and its management are discussed each year with the emphasis being on new ideas and philosophies. The meeting has grown in size over the years and now attracts 200–300 participants from over 35 different countries. This will be the 17th annual Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium. The themes will be 'Personality of fractures and trauma patients', ‘Predictions of outcome’, ‘What’s new in fracture management’, ‘Fractures around the elbow’, ‘Low energy tibial fractures’, ‘Update on osteoporotic fractures’, and ‘Fracture complications’. There will also be small group discussions dealing with a wide range of orthopaedic trauma topics of interest to orthopaedic surgeons. We are pleased to welcome an experienced Faculty from Europe and North America. Attendance at the Symposium counts for 18 CME points. SORT-IT Lecture: This year's SORT-IT Lecture will be given by A R Burgess of Maine, USA who will discuss 'Prevention of injury in road traffic accidents'. Dr Andy Burgess is an internationally renowned orthopaedic trauma surgeon with a major interest in polytrauma and injury prevention in road traffic accidents. He was until recently Orthopaedic Director of Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Instructional Trauma Course - 11th to 15th August 2003. This is the 3rd Edinburgh Instructional Course dealing with Orthopaedic Trauma. The course was introduced in 2001 to provide education in orthopaedic trauma to surgeons in training, and also senior orthopaedic nurses and senior physiotherapists. It is of particular benefit to surgeons preparing for their orthopaedic fellowship examination. Various formats have been tried to ensure that the course covers the full discipline of orthopaedic trauma, and following feedback we are now presenting the course as a 5-day event dealing with adult and paediatric orthopaedic trauma. The course format comprises lectures supplemented by case presentations and small group discussion. Informality is encouraged and there is ample time for discussion of all subjects. The instructional course is run in association with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. There will be a quiz on Tuesday 12th August and the winner will receive a copy of Rockwood & Green’s Fractures in Adults. Delegates will receive the key references relating to each subject. Attendance at the Symposium counts for 30 CME points

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A New Era in Pain Management With COX-2 Specific Inhibitors

A New Era in Pain Management With COX-2 Specific Inhibitors Faculty: Chairperson: Evan F. Ekman, MD; Faculty: Carl J. Basamania, MD, FACS; Scott D. Boden, MD Release Date: May 21, 2002; Valid for credit through May 21, 2003

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Annual Canadian Orthopaedic Association Basic Science Course

The Course is designed for the "mature" orthopaedic resident (ideally midway through training), but would also be of use for the orthopaedist who wants to return to the basic fundamentals of orthopaedic practice. 15th Annual COA Basic Science Course to be held from November 20 - 26, 2002 at the Delta Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario.

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AO Foundation e-Learning

Case Studies, Briefings and Course Companions from AO Foundation

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Boxmind

Boxmind is the home of Academic Excellence, Online. Boxmind is an online education consultancy that, through a combination of expert advice, outstanding rich media content and proprietary software, assists academic institutions and corporations to exploit the full potential of the electronic delivery of educational material.Has musculoskeltal database of quality links

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Diagnosis and Treatment for Osteoporosis- Current Status and Expectations for the New Millennium

Diagnosis and Treatment for Osteoporosis: Current Status and Expectations for the New Millennium Author: Thomas J. Schnitzer, MD, PhD Release Date: December 18, 2001; Valid for credit through December 18, 2002

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European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

European Union of Medical Specialists. The purpose of the EACCME will be the harmonization and improvement of the quality of specialist medical care in Europe. In the field of Continuing Medical Education (CME) the EACCME will serve this purpose by improving quality of CME and accessibility of CME for the medical specialists in Europe.

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Interactive 3D

Interactive 3D for the presentation of surgical techniques

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Management of Humeral Shaft Fractures

Management of Humeral Shaft Fractures Authors: David C. Templeman, MD; Andrew H. Schmidt, MD Release Date:December 20, 2001; Valid for credit through December 20, 2002

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MIS meets CAOS Symposium & Instructional Academy

Less and Minimally Invasive Surgery for Joint Arthroplasty: FACT and FICTION This Symposium brings together world leaders in an intense and dynamic environment to educate practicing orthopaedic surgeons, operating room personnal, allied health professionals and commercial representatives on the current status (both fact and fiction) and future directions for less and minimally invasive joint reconstruction as well as help to better understand the basics of CAOS. MIS meets CAOS will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively understand the latest technique and technological issues and controversies concerning less and minimally invasive joint arthroplasty including total and partial resurfacing of the hip and knee. The symposium schedule will allow ample time for interaction and discussion between faculty, registrants and exhibitors.

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Nice Shoulder Course May 26-28 2003 France

An intensive 3-day course in English lead by Professor Pascal Boileau, Nice University Hospital, France. Workshops on specimen and plastic models are available.

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NSAIDs Coxibs and Cardio-Renal Physiology- A Mechanism-Based Evaluation

NSAIDs, Coxibs, and Cardio-Renal Physiology: A Mechanism-Based Evaluation Course Director: Anthony N. DeMaria, MD Release Date: February 22, 2002; Valid for credit through February 22, 2003

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OA Today and Tomorrow- Maintaining Function with Early Intervention

OA Today and Tomorrow: Maintaining Function with Early Intervention Moderator: Joseph A. Buckwalter, MD; Faculty: Thomas A. Einhorn, MD; Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD; David W. Stoller, MD Release Date: July 17, 2002; Valid for credit through July 17, 2003

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Osteoporosis- Consider the Outcomes

Osteoporosis: Consider the Outcomes Authors: Richard Eastell, MD, FRCP, FRCPath, FMedSci; Nelson B. Watts, MD Medical Writer: Joyce Sherman Kelly, PhD Release Date: March 8, 2002; Valid for credit through March 8, 2003

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