AAOS/OTA Daily Dilemmas in Trauma
Designed by you, for you - Now more than ever
Access New and Expanded Pre-Recorded Sessions.
Vote On Cases for Panel Discussion at the Live Event.
Join us online to expand your trauma acumen with the operative and nonoperative trauma updates you need to stay current when you take call.
At this case-based virtual event, expert faculty share current knowledge and personal insights on upper and lower extremity fracture fixation topics, as well as complication management, outcomes, and more.
A portion of the course features faculty's pre-selected trauma topics, while the remaining sessions address your preferences resulting from popular vote during the live course.
"The best trauma course I have ever attended! The format, ease of access to faculty, and the size of the course made it superb." - Previous Course Attendee
The Virtual Experience
Watch pre-recorded lectures in advance, then tune in on May 22 for live panels and small-group virtual breakouts led by expert faculty.
10:00am – 6:35pm EDT | 9:00am – 5:35pm CDT |8:00am – 4:35pm MDT | 7:00am – 3:35pm PDT
Live sessions on May 22 feature small-group case reviews and faculty panel discussions. Participants will review cases in a general session, then separate into small-group virtual breakouts with a faculty member to discuss each case.
Enjoy panel discussions where you pick the topics for faculty to review, discuss, and advise on regarding treatments for challenging cases in fractures.
With interactive Q&A and case debrief sessions, this course cultivates a personalized learning environment so you can return to practice with insights, expertise, pearls, and solutions.
All lectures will be recorded and available for 90 days following the event. Note: small group case discussions will not be recorded.
"Leaders in orthopaedic trauma presented their material in an evidence-based fashion with excellent use of literature and personal experience" - Previous Course Attendee
You impact this course! Voting details.
During the live event on May 22, participate in a live poll to vote on the case topics you want reviewed, discussed and debated during faculty panels. Faculty will tailor the experience to meet the needs of attendees, creating a unique, personalized experience around the most popular selections.
PANEL 1: UPPER EXTREMITY
Proximal Humerus • Supracondylar Distal Humerus • Forearm Complex Elbow Fracture Dislocation • Radial Head/Olecranon
PANEL 2: PELVIS, HIP AND KNEE
Proximal Femur • Femoral Neck • Subtrochanteric • Femoral Shaft Periprosthetic Femur • Neck-Shaft Injuries • Patella Fractures
PANEL 3: PERIARTICULAR TIBIA
Tibial Plateau • Pilon • Tibial Bone Defects • Nonunion
PANEL 4: FOOT AND ANKLE
Talus • Calcaneus • Lisfranc Injury • Midfoot Fractures–Navicular / Cuboid
Paul Tornetta III, MD, FAAOS
Boston University Medical Center
J. Tracy Watson, MD, FAAOS
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO
An interview with your Course Directors: "Course Leaders Talk Trauma", published in AAOS Now, March 2020. Read it!
Daniel S. Horwitz, MD, FAAOS - Chair
David E. Asprinio, MD, FAAOS
Yelena Bogdan, MD, FAAOS, FACS
Michael S. Kain, MD, FAAOS
Stephen L. Kates, MD, FAAOS
Stephen Kottmeier, MD, FAAOS
John C. Kurylo, MD, FAAOS
Joshua Langford, MD, FAAOS
Ross K. Leighton, MD
Frank A. Liporace, MD, FAAOS
Andrew J. Marcantonio, DO, FAAOS
Samir Mehta, MD, FAAOS
Robert F. Ostrum, MD, FAAOS
Robert V. O'Toole, MD, FAAOS
Scott P. Ryan, MD, FAAOS
Anjan R. Shah, MD
Jodi Siegel, MD, FAAOS
Gillian Soles, MD, FAAOS
Clay A. Spitler, MD, FAAOS
Eric F. Swart, MD, FAAOS
Nirmal C. Tejwani, MD, FAAOS
David C. Templeman, MD, FAAOS
David B. Weiss, MD, FAAOS
John J. Wixted, MD, FAAOS
AAOS or OTA Member, Candidate Member, Associate Member,
International Member, Emeritus Member
Resident, Post-Residency in Fellowship, U.S. Military
Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon
The Academy would like to thank the Orthopaedic Trauma Association for the many contributions made by its members in the presentation of this program. The Academy and orthopaedic specialty societies work together to provide orthopaedic surgeons with the highest quality educational programs and publications. This cooperative spirit among colleague organizations is an important resource and valuable asset for the orthopaedic community.