WEBINAR: Pelvic Fractures - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Date

24th February, 2021
at 7:30pm

Venue

Webinar online

Target Audience

SET 2-5, Fellows and Consultants < 5 years experience

Course Outline

This webinar will comprise case-based discussion about difficult pelvic fractures, with specific reference to the surgical approach, as well as tips and tricks for successful outcomes in complex cases. Participants will be encouraged to engage in the discussion.

Convenor

Professor Mark Rickman, Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, SA

Faculty

Mr Rob Orec Middlemore Hospital, Otahuhu, New Zealand
Dr Joseph Isaacs Director of Orthopaedic Training, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW

Course Fees

Free of charge

Assumed Knowledge

Basic fracture management techniques and principles including:
i. IM Nail
ii. Plating
iii. Soft tissue management
iv. Hip, pelvis and lower limb anatomy and standard approaches
v. General knowledge of pelvic fixation options

Advanced Fracture Management Cadaveric Course: Fractures of the Knee - Approaches and Management - NSW

Date

8:30am 20th March, 2021 to 5:30pm 21st March, 2021

Venue

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Building F10A, 2 Technology Place, Macquarie University
Sydney NSW 2109

Target Audience

SET 3-5, Fellows and Junior Consultants < 5 years experience

Course Outline

This is an interactive course, featuring short talks, group discussions, case reviews and cadaveric dissection. 

All aspects of fracture management around the knee will be covered, including surgical approaches, fracture fixation methods and acute arthroplasty techniques. 

Radiolucent tables and C-arm imaging will allow realistic fracture fixation scenarios. 

Registration is due to open in January 2021

Convenor

Professor Mark Rickman, Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, SA

Faculty

Dr Robert Molnar, Sydney Orthopaedic Trauma & Reconstructive Surgery, Sydney NSW

Dr Buddhika Balalla, Westmead Hospital, Sydney, NSW

Dr Joseph Isaacs, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney NSW

Course Fees

$650+GST

Registration for all delegates includes the supply of course material, workshop equipment, specimens and all catering during the workshop, plus the course dinner at Nick's Seafood Restaurant on Saturday evening (COVID-19 restrictions permitting). Additional tickets to the course dinner (for partners) can be purchased separately on the registration page.

Course timings are subject to change and this should be taken into consideration when booking your travel arrangements.

Course Pre-requisites

  • Attendees should have passed OPBS
  • Course is designed for Set 3-5, fellows and junior consultants (<5 years’ experience) and priority registration will be given to these applicants.

Assumed Knowledge

Basic fracture management techniques and principles including: IM Nail; Plating; Soft tissue management; Knee anatomy and standard approaches.

Accommodation Options

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OTC plans to run state-based Knee courses in NSW and VIC during 2021 and we recommend attendees register for their local course. Interstate travel is not encouraged at this time, due to the risk of cancellation and border closures. Attendees should organise their own accommodation if required.

Course Registration

Advanced Fracture Management Cadaveric Course: Fractures of the Knee - Approaches and Management - VIC

Date

8:00am 4th September, 2021 to 5:30pm 5th September, 2021

Venue

University of Melbourne, Parkville
Melbourne VIC 3010

Target Audience

SET 3-5, Fellows and Junior Consultants < 5 years experience

Course Outline

This is an interactive course involving lectures, case reviews, panel discussion and hands on workshops, based in a small group environment with a maximum ratio of 4:1 for specimens. Topics from multiple exposures of the knee to management and use of alternative techniques in knee fracture management will be covered.
The program is an exciting mix of dissections for both standard and alternative approaches to the knee including complex knee trauma management. Radiolucent tables with C-ARM X Ray will allow accurate fracture reduction and alignment.

 

Convenor

Professor Ton Tran, Director of Orthopaedic Services, Monash Health, Melbourne, VIC

Faculty

TBA

Course Fees

$650+GST

Course Pre-requisites

  • Attendees should have passed OPBS
  • Course is designed for Set 3-5, fellows and junior consultants (<5 years’ experience) and priority registration will be given to these applicants.

Assumed Knowledge

Basic fracture management techniques and principles including: IM Nail; Plating; Soft tissue management; Knee anatomy and standard approaches.

Accommodation Options

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OTC plans to run state-based Knee courses in NSW and VIC during 2021 and attendees should register for their local course. Interstate travel is not encouraged at this time, due to the risk of cancellation and border closures. Attendees should organise their own accommodation if required.