Greece | Athens | 02 - 06 November 2020
AO Recon Hybrid Course—Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty
Course dates and times
Module 1 (online): November 2, 2020, 18:00-19:45 CET (UTC+1)
Module 2 (online): November 3, 2020, 18:00-21:20 CET (UTC+1)
Module 3 (online): November 5, 2020, 18:00-21:20 CET (UTC+1)
Module 2 & 3 (Athens): November 6, 2020, 9:00-15:00 EET (UTC+2h)
With AO Recon Skills Lab practical exercises
At different stations, participants perform specific surgical steps for both hip and knee arthroplasty. Read more
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. Read more
The hybrid course consists of 3 modules conducted in 5 online sessions and 2 face-to-face hands-on sessions in Athens. The online modules are combined for the hybrid courses in Zagreb and Athens and for the general online principles course.
Only register for this course if you can join the on-site Skills Lab in Athens.
International and regional faculty
- Sam Oussedik, United Kingdom - International chairperson online module 1 and 3
- Bas Masri, Canada - International chairperson online module 2
- Anthony Albers, Canada
- Plamen Kinov, Bulgaria
- Sujith Konan, United Kingdom
- Simon Kovač, Slovenia
- Krisztian Sisak, Hungary
- Boris Šteňo, Slovakia
- George Macheras, Greece - Local chairperson
- George Babis, Greece
- Theofilos Karachalios, Greece
- Panagiotis Koulouvaris, Greece
- Panagiotis Tsailas, Greece
- Ioannis Vlamis, Greece
Date02 - 06 November 2020
LocationKAT Attica General Hospital
Nikis 2, Kifisia,
145 61 Athens
Practical exercisesskills lab
For those without voucher: You can register, but will be waitlisted. You will be notified when a seat becomes available for you.
Events in your region
Each AO Recon 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.
Learn more about the the AO's curriculum development.
With the support of the AO Education Institute, AO Recon has developed such curricula from which three courses have been derived. Another curriculum on shoulder specific issues is on its way.
Learn more about AO Recon's curriculum-based courses.