Orthopaedic Trauma CME Opportunities for Surgeons, Physical Therapists, Physicians Who Specialize in Orthopaedic Fracture Treatment, and Other Orthopaedic Healthcare Professionals
Orthopaedic surgeons and other orthopaedic healthcare professionals who specialize in orthopaedic trauma can meet their CME requirements by participating in an orthopaedic conference. As a top provider of orthopaedic CME courses, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) offers many annual conferences that address issues in orthopaedic trauma, including:
Orthopaedic Trauma & Fracture Care: Pushing the Envelope (San Diego, California)
This 3-day conference explores key developments in the treatment of orthopaedic trauma, including emerging techniques and technologies. The course aims to help attendees enhance their day-to-day practice by highlighting a range of pertinent topics, such as:
- Tips for proximal femur reduction
- Making an antibiotic nail
- Management of orthopaedic emergencies
- Orthobiologics in orthopaedic trauma
- Latest on hip, femur, and tibia fractures
Attendees of this course will examine new advances in orthopaedic trauma through hands-on workshops, interactive discussions, debates, and presentations. Concurrent breakout sessions also make the course relevant to physical therapists and advanced practitioners.
Atlanta Trauma Symposium (Atlanta, Georgia)
Designed to help orthopaedic surgeons bolster their technical capabilities, the Atlanta Trauma Symposium provides practical recommendations for evaluating complex fractures, assessing indications for treatment, and utilizing the most current techniques in fracture care. This orthopaedic trauma CME conference educates attendees on the recommended approaches for treating many types of wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, and hip trauma, including:
- Carpal injuries
- Shoulder dislocation and ligament injuries
- DVT prophylaxis
- Lisfranc and forefoot injuries
- Femoral shaft fractures
In addition to providing new insights on these technical topics, the course also explores broader questions, such as how healthcare reform may impact physician practice in orthopaedic trauma care.
Trauma 101: Fracture Care for the Community Orthopedist and Orthopaedic PA & NP (Clearwater, Florida)
Designed for orthopaedic surgeons and other healthcare professionals who treat patients with orthopaedic injuries, this conference focuses on the management of soft tissue trauma, fractures, and musculoskeletal injuries. Sessions provide advanced instruction on initial evaluations, surgical techniques, and rehabilitation standards for shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle trauma.
Current Solutions in Orthopaedic Trauma (Tampa, Florida)
Organized in partnership with the Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA), Current Solutions in Orthopaedic Trauma provides an update on the most pertinent concepts and techniques in orthopaedic trauma care. Through didactic lectures, case-based discussions, and bioskills labs, attendees will learn about the various treatment options available for managing upper and lower extremity trauma, including:
- Humeral shaft fractures
- Distal radius fractures
- Tibial plateau and tibial shaft fractures
- Distal and proximal femur fractures
- Hip fractures
- Pelvic and acetabular fractures
Excellence in Orthopaedic Education
FORE’s orthopaedic trauma CME conferences are:
- Designed to emphasize lively debates and discussions, allowing for a higher level of engagement than other orthopaedic conferences
- Updated each year to cover the most relevant issues, from the latest surgical techniques and technologies to ever-changing best practice guidelines
- Led by internationally recognized orthopaedic surgeons and traumatologists who routinely contribute to advances in the field
- Fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and also approved by the Board of Certification for athletic trainers
- Held in some of the nation’s top destinations, with opportunities to enjoy local activities between sessions
To register for an orthopaedic trauma course that will count toward your CME requirements and improve your orthopaedic fracture care capabilities, visit the course’s webpage, which is accessible from our conference schedule.
If you require additional information, please contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) by phone at (813) 877-8096 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.