2023 Orthopaedic Trauma: Fracture Problems in the Real World - Routine Fractures and Getting Better at Them
September 23, 2023
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
The 2023 Orthopaedic Trauma Symposium will present a review of "routine fractures" and tips/tricks for getting better at them as well as skills labs. "Real world" tips and tricks and skills improvement. the course will incorporate short didactic sessions about "routine fractures" and then labs/practicals geared to improving psychomotor skills.
Objectives: Share experience and approaches to challenging cases with colleagues and expert faculty to enhance understanding of recommended treatment and management strategies. Recognize the challenges posed by bone loss, infections, non-unions, and other issues and take steps to mitigate complications and adverse outcomes. Identify unique and difficult fracture patterns and problems in the orthopaedic trauma patient and utilize the best treatment options and algorithms for these difficult cases. Apply performance improvement tips to improve interactions that can result in enhanced patient and provider outcomes and experiences. Incorporate an interprofessional team-based approach in the management of common and complex fractures.
Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) 2023 Annual Meeting
October 18, 2023 to October 21, 2023
Seattle Convention Center, Arch Building located at 705 Pike Street in Seattle, Washington
The Orthopaedic Trauma Association’s 39th Annual Meeting and all pre-meeting & concurrent events will be held at the original Seattle Convention Center, Arch Building located at 705 Pike Street in Seattle, Washington. The Annual Meeting will commence at 8:00 AM, Thursday October 19, 2023 and adjourn at 12:00 PM, Saturday, October 21, 2023. There will be more than 400 accomplished orthopaedic trauma surgeon presenters/moderators/authors sharing their expertise, experience and perspectives.
The pre-meeting and concurrent meeting educational programs remain strong! In addition to the PA/NP Course, Resident Course, Boot Camp and E/M Coding Course, Wednesday’s content will also include new courses such as the Young Practitioner’s Fireside, (4) Non CME Pre-Meeting Symposia, and a newly formatted Young Practitioners Forum – Practice Management course. We will continue to have the Educate the Educators course as well as the Member Fireside series. Similarly, attendees can continue to count on the Basic Science Forum and the International Trauma Care Forum to deliver cutting-edge translational research findings and unique multi-national treatment perspectives. Finally, we are excited to welcome Dr. Robert Probe, MD as this year’s Border Lecturer.
9th Annual Spine Trauma Summit 2023
December 1, 2023 to December 2, 2023
Seattle Science Foundation | 550 17th Ave #600, Seattle, WA
The 9th Annual Spine Trauma Summit provides an update on the current evidence-based practices in spine trauma care. The meeting combines lectures with interactive sessions to address questions and develop a consensus on best practices for all key areas of spinal cord injuries. It also includes live surgical demonstrations and a hands-on BioSkills session for in-person learners.
This conference will enhance recognition of key injury variables and provide important updates on spinal cord injury management and the latest techniques in minimally invasive spine fracture treatment. Hands-on training for participants will include the most advanced technologies available to improve cognitive as well as haptic skill sets.