15. 09. 2021 - 17. 09. 2021
Medizinische Universität Graz, Makroskopische und Klinische Anatomie
Name: Mag.(FH) Sylvia Reischl
Tel: +43 664 925 3869
This hands-on course is highly interactive with its´ focus on group and panel discussions and on transferring the methods taught into the anatomical lab, practicing it right there and then. This allows participants to gain knowledge in different surgical strategies, in identifying potential complications and in defining appropriate surgical procedures for articular distal radius fractures as well as for the treatment of hand injuries. A team of expert faculty will teach the lectures and moderate the group and panel discussions. To enhance the learning experience they will lead and coach through the extensive practical exercises in the anatomical lab.
Certified, practicing orthopedic and trauma surgeons who have participated in the AOTrauma Basic and Advanced Principles Courses and who wish to broaden their knowledge and skills in hand and wrist surgery. Participants should be able to understand and communicate well in English. Due to the highly interactive course format participants will benefit most if they are interested in engaging in the group and case discussions. Participants are also encouraged to bring challenging cases of their own to share and discuss.