Global | 02 February 2021

AO Recon Webinar—Ten Most Frequent Mistakes in Hip Joint Preservation

Accessible from all over the world, AO Recon holds an interactive live educational session to present, discuss, and give instant advice on a relevant topic in total hip and knee arthroplasty.

Enjoy the rare opportunity to gain remote access to firsthand knowledge and one-to-one advice from world-renowned experts who will answer your questions in real-time.

Tuesday, February 2, 2021, 18:00-19:00 (CET)
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CONFIRMED FACULTY

  • Moritz Tannast, Switzerland
  • Michael Dienst, Germany

ABSTRACT

The webinar will focus on the most frequent and obvious mistakes in diagnosis and treatment of young, painful hips.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After attending the webinar, participants will be able to:

  •  Describe the preoperative diagnostic work-up
  •  Avoid misinterpretation on conventional x-rays
  •  Describe indications for surgical treatment of the painful young hip
  •  Anticipate and correct technical difficulties intraoperatively

WEBINAR LINK

Registered participants will receive the webinar link by email 3 days prior to the event. 

SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY

We recommend you to perform a function test and check the system requirements to ensure your computer is ready for the webinar.

PAYMENT

The webinar is free of charge.

overview

Date02 February 2021

Chair(s) Moritz Tannast, Michael Dienst

Anatomyhip

Topic(s)preservation

Number of seats1500

ContactArisa Wada

Registration

Practicals

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.

AO Excellence

In the Education Forum a group of arthroplasty experts develop AO Recon's educational offerings based on the needs around the world. They are also responsible for the articles on clinical topics, published in our newsletter.

Curricula

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.

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