AAOS/OTA Daily Dilemmas in Trauma
Look forward to:
- Low faculy-to-participant ratio: Take your seat at the virtual table with world-renowned trauma surgeons
- Highly interactive sessions: Ask questions and seek advice on your cases at the live event
- Participant-guided programming: Vote on the topics that you'd like to watch faculty debate and discuss during the live event
The Virtual Experience
1) Access 33 pre-recorded lectures in advance
General Trauma • Upper Extremity • Pelvis to Femur • Knee
Tibia • Foot and Ankle
Featuring 10 new topics:
- Lateral Tibial Plateau Fractures: How Do I Fix?
- Femoral Shaft: Anterograde or Retrograde?
- Patella Fractures: New Thoughts and Methods
- Olecranon Fractures in the Elderly: Should I Fix?
- Atypical Femur Fractures: What Do I need to Know?
- Lisfranc: Fix of Fuse?
- Clavicle Fractures...Has the Pendulum Swung Back?
- The Young Femoral Neck Fracture: What Determines Outcome?
- What’s New in Forearm Fixation?
- Bone Defect Management Current Concepts
2) Tune in live on May 22 for interactive small-group case discussions and faculty panels
- Case Reviews: Separate into small-group virtual breakouts with a faculty member to discuss each case, then return to the general session virtual room to debrief.
- Voted-On Panels: A panel of selected faculty review, discuss, and advise on treatments for challenging fracture cases. You vote on the cases you want discussed via live poll during the course!
3) Re-watch all lectures at your convenience
As an added benefit, all lectures will be recorded and available for 90 days!
Read what attendees of the 2020 virtual course had to say:
"Outstanding course. Loved the format and I learned a lot."
"Couldn't be any better!"
"I picked up a few tips and tricks, and was truly educated about the newer ways to treat fractures."
"Absolutely great, comprehensive, well-delivered virtual trauma course."
"This was my first online virtual course, and it met or exceeded all of my expectations."
Who Should Attend?
Orthopaedic surgeons, residents, nurses and PAs looking to improve critical thinking and gain up-to-date knowledge to improve both patient trauma care and practice performance.
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