Trauma Symposium 19-21 August 2015
We are pleased to announce the dates of the 2015 Symposium and Instructional Course. This internationally renowned annual meeting is aimed at established orthopaedic surgeons with an interest in trauma surgery. The three-day meeting will focus on areas of current interest and controversy, and will consist of instructional lectures, debates, discussion groups, and hands-on practical sessions. We aim to introduce live cadaveric surgery sessions for surgical approaches and percutaneous surgery.
Trauma Instructional Course 17-21 August 2015
This popular course provides a complete overview of orthopaedic trauma over a five-day course, including paediatric, adult and fragility fractures, and their management and complications. The course is suitable for established surgeons wishing for a general update, trainees approaching professional examinations in orthopaedics, new trainees requiring an overview of the subject, and senior nurses and physiotherapists. The format of the course includes lectures, small-group discussions and skills-labs.
Invited international faculty includes Prof Paul Tornetta from Boston and Prof Marc Swiontkowski from Minneapolis.
Venue: Sheraton Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city, a World Heritage Site and has a proud history of medical education and research. It is a vibrant city famous for its hospitals, International Festival and Fringe Festival.
Further information, full programme and booking details will follow shortly