Greece | Athens | 17 - 18 May 2019
Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty
GOAL OF THE EVENT
The AORecon Course—Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty teaches fundamental principles and current concepts in the treatment of patients with a need for primary arthroplasty in the hip and knee. This course is the initial step along the path of lifelong learning in the area of joint arthroplasty. Based on a patient-centered approach this course focuses on the key principles of primary arthroplasty.
This course is targeted at newly certified orthopedic surgeons and advanced orthopedic surgical trainees
At the end of the event, the participants will be able to:
Describe a systematic assessment including clinical evaluation
Identify patient's reconstructive surgery needs
Adopt a patient-centered approach
Anticipate, recognize, and stratify potential complications
Describe and discuss safe and effective procedures for primary arthroplasty
Discuss the management of early and late problems or complications
Communicate and facilitate a multidisciplinary team-based approach
Apply best practice to optimize and document patient outcomes
This course is modular in structure and highly interactive. Short, evidence-based lectures cover the key information required. Moderated case discussions in small groups will expand on each topic and help participants to develop decision-making and surgical management skills. Participants will practice templating and have the opportunity to share their experience with peers and international faculty. All factors related to achieving the best possible outcomes in primary arthroplasty will be covered.
Date17 - 18 May 2019
LocationCrowne Plaza Athens City Center, Michalacopoulou Street 50, Athens, 11528, Greece Email: email@example.com, Phone: +30 210 727 80 00
Practical exercisespre-op templating, skills lab
Each AORecon course includes hands-on simulation experience for participants. Various types of practical exercises enrich the course events and increase the learning effect.
An AO curriculum follows a systematic, patient-centered approach: Desired patient outcomes define necessary competencies, and these in turn define specific learning objectives.
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With the support of the AO Education Institute, AORecon has developed such curricula from which three courses have been derived. Another curriculum on shoulder specific issues is on its way.
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