Jan 17 - Jan 19, 2019

2019 Orthopaedic Trauma & Fracture Care: Pushing the Envelope

San Diego

Location

United States ,San Diego,Hyatt Regency La Jolla, 3777 La Jolla Village Dr

Description

This course is designed to educate healthcare professionals on existing core principles in orthopaedic trauma and fracture care, explore emerging techniques and technologies, and challenge outdated dogma. Nationally renowned leaders in orthopaedic trauma will provide instruction during hands-on workshops, lead interactive discussions and debates, and share their experiences with the latest methods and most challenging cases. Featuring Concurrent Breakout Sessions, this course is also open to Physical Therapists and Advanced Practice Professionals.

Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:

Know several emerging techniques in trauma and fracture care with discussion of where they stand relative to evidence-based medicine and standard of care
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of surgical treatment options for fractures of the extremities and pelvis
Recognize the benefits (and limitations) of Operative Dogma and Evidence-Based Medicine as it pertains to trauma and Fracture Care
Learn useful fracture repair techniques even those not yet in the textbooks
Debate and understand controversies in Trauma and Fracture Care such as those related to surgical training
Apply emerging strategies for surgeon wellness and burnout prevention


Accreditation:
PHYSICIANS: Physicians This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research & Education (FORE) and United Orthopaedics. FORE is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: This conference has been approved by the California Physical Therapy Association for a total of 18 contact hours or 1.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per CPTA Approval #19-17

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United States ,San Diego,Hyatt Regency La Jolla, 3777 La Jolla Village Dr

03.00PM - 04.00PM
Registration.
04.30PM - 05.00PM
Activity Breakout: Meditation
05.00PM - 05.30PM
Registration
05.30PM - 09.00PM
Session I: Surgeon Symposium- Fireside with Pizza, Beer & Wine
MOD:
5
05.30PM - 06.00PM
06.00PM - 06.45PM
06.45PM - 07.30PM
07.30PM - 08.00PM
Healthcare: What to Expect from our Current Congress
08.00PM - 09.00PM
Adjourn for the Day
06.00AM - 06.30AM
Activity Breakout: Yoga - Lead by Core Power Yoga
06.30AM - 07.30AM
Registration and Coffee with Exhibitors
07.30AM - 10.15AM
Session II: Unique Techniques in Trauma & Fracture Care
MOD:
13 1
08.05AM - 08.15AM
08.15AM - 08.30AM
08.45AM - 08.55AM
08.55AM - 09.25AM
09.25AM - 09.35AM
09.35AM - 09.50AM
How (Not Why) Orthopaedists Should Talk to Patients About Osteoporosis
10.15AM - 10.45AM
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
10.45AM - 12.25PM
Breakouts: Technique Labs – 3x 25 Minute Session Rotations, Case Presentations Meet the Experts
2nd Floor
Group A: Rhodes
Group B: Milos
Group C: Syros
12.25PM - 01.10PM
Lunch
01.10PM - 02.45PM
Session III: Upper Extremity
7 1
01.10PM - 01.25PM
01.25PM - 01.40PM
01.40PM - 01.50PM
02.05PM - 02.20PM
02.20PM - 02.30PM
Panel Discussion & Interactive Audience Q/A
02.30PM - 02.40PM
02.45PM - 03.15PM
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
03.15PM - 05.05PM
Session IV: Looking Forward
7
03.15PM - 03.20PM
03.20PM - 03.35PM
03.35PM - 03.50PM
03.50PM - 04.00PM
04.00PM - 04.15PM
04.15PM - 04.25PM
Panel Discussion & Interactive Audience Q/A
04.25PM - 04.40PM
04.40PM - 04.55PM
04.55PM - 05.05PM
Adjourn for Day
Reception
06.00AM - 07.00AM
Activity Breakout: 5K/10K Run
06.30AM - 07.30AM
Registration and Coffee with Exhibitors
07.30AM - 08.55AM
Session V: Managing Emergencies
5
07.35AM - 07.50AM
07.50AM - 08.05AM
Surgical Priorities in the Multiply Injured Patient
08.05AM - 08.15AM
Panel Discussion & Interactive Audience Q/A
08.30AM - 08.45AM
Mangled Extremity: The Principles
08.45AM - 08.55AM
Panel Discussion & Interactive Audience Q/A
08.55AM - 10.15AM
Session VI: Lower Extremity
MOD:
5
08.55AM - 09.10AM
09.25AM - 09.35AM
Panel Discussion & Interactive Audience Q/A
09.35AM - 09.50AM
10.05AM - 10.15AM
10.15AM - 10.45AM
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
10.45AM - 12.15PM
Breakouts: Technique Labs Case Presentations- Meet the Experts
2nd Floor
5
10.45AM - 10.50AM
10.50AM - 10.55AM
10.55AM - 11.00AM
Case #3: Plateau Fx in 50M
11.00AM - 11.05AM
Case #4: Distal Humerus Fx in 44F
11.05AM - 11.10AM
Case #5: Distal Humerus Fx in Obese 50M
11.10AM - 11.15AM
Concluding Thoughts
12.15PM - 01.00PM
Lunch
01.00PM - 03.00PM
Session VII: Business/Management of Trauma & Fracture Care
6
01.00PM - 01.20PM
Private Practice Trauma: A 30 Year Proven Model
01.20PM - 01.40PM
How to Value Orthopedic Hospitalists? How to Value Trauma Service to a Hospital
01.40PM - 01.50PM
01.50PM - 02.20PM
02.20PM - 02.35PM
02.35PM - 02.50PM
02.50PM - 03.00PM
03.00PM - 03.30PM
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
03.30PM - 05.00PM
Session VII: Surgeon Coaching
7
03.30PM - 03.45PM
Keynote: Leadership Coaching Bob Carr, MD
03.45PM - 04.00PM
04.00PM - 04.15PM
04.15PM - 04.25PM
04.25PM - 04.40PM
04.50PM - 05.00PM
Course Adjourns
Exam
Questions
Score
Trauma B Self-Assessment Exam
NM6OFSB
100
Trauma A Self-Assessment Exam
GMXVXUA
100