The popular annual RSM Orthopaedics Trauma Symposium is back in a face-to-face format. The well-established symposium provides a comprehensive update on evidence-based management and operative techniques in orthopaedic trauma for practising surgeons as well as a concurrent basic science primer for surgeons in training.
We hope you can join us in person at the RSM for this event. Tickets are available to purchase here.
Our successful interactive format includes short lectures, case-based discussions and surgical masterclasses. The distinguished faculty will share their evidence-based knowledge and expertise on a wide variety of clinically relevant topics. The meeting utilises short lectures, clinical case-based discussions and demonstrative surgical masterclasses over a 3-day programme.
Participants can expect to:
- Be updated on evidence-based treatment of common fractures and know the latest prospective clinical trials
- Understand the latest principles in fracture healing and gain knowledge of effective therapies for non-union
- Revisit surgical techniques in shoulder, elbow, forearm and wrist injuries
- Evaluate and apply new concepts for ortho-plastic management of open tibial fractures
- Understand recent advances in the multi-disciplinary management of elderly proximal femoral fracture care
- Gain a thorough understanding of the assessment & treatment of spinal trauma for the non-spinal surgeon
- Explore concepts of safe trauma treatment in a post-Covid environment
This is a pre-recorded webinar that will be available three days after the live in-person event Trauma Symposium 2022 from Tuesday 24 to Thursday 26 May 2022, taking place at the RSM in London. You will be able to view the webinar whenever you like, up to 60 days from when it’s made available. Registered delegates will receive the link via email to watch this on-demand webinar.
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We would like to thank our sponsors Acumed, BoneSupport, DePuy Synthes, Smith & Nephew and Stryker for their support of this meeting.
Please note that the scientific programme and content has not been influenced in any way by the sponsors.