In favor of diversity in the discourse, faculty members rotate from table to table for the case discussions. Here in the top right corner: Moussa Hamadouche (France) and Mohamad Al-Lami (Oman).
Well attended principles course in Dubai
AORecon's curriculum-based course "Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty" attracted participants who were mainly experienced in orthopedic trauma, and strived for more expertise in the field of joint replacement.
With packed lectures and exciting case discussions, the faculty members met the participants' high expectations and needs. Almost 90% of the course participants stated in the post-course evaluation that they would recommend the course to their colleagues.
COURSE PROGRAM AND DETAILS
Faculty Mahmoud Abdelkarim (Egypt) describes aspects to be considered in the decision-making process.
Carsten Perka (Germany), one of the two chairpersons responsible for course content and faculty assignments.
Chairperson Jean-Noël Argenson (France) listens to Marya's explanations on how to stabilize the hip.
Faculty: M Cabanela (USA), M Al-Lami (Oman), S Tarabichi (UAE), L Zagra (Italy), JN Argenson (France), J Mortazavi (Iran), C Perka (Germany), F Benazzo (Italy), M Abdelkarim (Egypt), M Kassem (Egypt), SKS Marya (India). Missing: M Hamadouche (France).
During a coffee break, the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel, a common event venue for the AO, treated the AO with a corresponding cake.
Course participants had to sign-in twice a day to prove their attendance, and to receive a course certificate at the end.
A crucial part of the courses are the panel discussions, where faculty members discuss controversial opinions openly in front of the participants. Here, from left to right: SKS Marya (India), M Al-Lami (Oman), M Kassem (Egypt), and F Benazzo (Italy).
Image of the satisfied course participants with faculty and AORecon Manager after a packed course day.