We recognise that travel and study leave will be extremely challenging for the remainder of 2020 due to COVID-19. We also recognise that it will be important to maintain knowledge and receive updates on the latest in orthopaedic trauma. The Edinburgh Trauma Symposium is therefore developing an innovative online symposium this year that will include a novel mixture of pre-recorded lectures along with a series of live webinar discussion forums. We hope that this will allow delegates to undertake learning and CPD this year at the most convenient time and pace.
Symposium: 3 Months Online Access to Content from 17 August 2020
Location: Virtual – delivered online through a mixture of talks specifically recorded for the Symposium, along with live webinar case discussions (that can also be accessed afterwards)
CPD Allocated (Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh): 23.5 hours
Early Bird Discount: Use Code EARLYBIRD2020 at checkout (until end of May 2020)
The International Trauma Symposium, aimed at established surgeons who are interested in recent developments, debates, and controversies.
The Symposium’s subject areas include a wide range of common and challenging orthopaedic trauma situations. Delegates will be able to discuss a range of related topics with a faculty of international and national experts.
An early bird discount (£50 discount) is available until midnight on 31/5/2020. Please apply the code EARLYBIRD2020 at the checkout.
Please also consider the alternative of registering for both the Symposium and Instructional Course to enable access to the maximal trauma content and knowledge. A reduction of £100 is available on combined membership and access.
International and Invited National Faculty:
Dr Roger Van Riet (Antwerp, Belgium)
Dr Michael Cardner (Stanford, USA)
Dr Jan-Erik Gjertsen (Bergen, Norway)
Prof Heather Vallier (Cleveland, USA)
Mr A Baker (Preston)
Mr M Blyth (Glasgow)
Mr P Bates (London)
Mr C Bruce
Mr M Costa (Oxford)
Mr C Drury (Glasgow)
Mr P Jenkins (Glasgow)
Mr M Kelly (Bristol)
Mr A Maclean (Glasgow)
Mr B Ollivere (Nottingham)
Mr D Perry (Oxford)
Mr L Van Rensburg (Cambridge)
Mr A Watts (Wrightington)