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Orthopaedic Trauma & Fracture Care: Pushing the Envelope

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Accomodations & Travel Information

The Continuing Medical Education department reviews and approves all expense reimbursement requests. Speakers/Authors are instructed not to accept reimbursement from commercial supporters on the faculty invite. Reimbursement must be itemized and requested in writing (expense form) with original receipts for expenses within 30 days post activity. All requests for reimbursement are subject to audit by the Continuing Medical Education Director.

  • Airfare:

    Coach round-trip airfare (up to $500) will be reimbursed for faculty traveling out of state. Local faculty will be reimbursed for mileage. Any coach airfare over $500.oo needs prior approval from the CME Office. Submit actual ticket receipts and the original invoice indicating payment. First-class airfare will be reimbursed at the coach rate only.

    • If you book your flight through our agent, the airfare will be billed directly to your account, avoiding reimbursement paperwork later.

Allyn Ryan at To Go Travel, Inc

(813) 574-8377

We ask that you book your travel at least 30 days in advance to secure the best rate.

  • Hotel:

    Faculty hotel nights, for those traveling out of state, are applied to the activity master account and reservations will be made for each faculty arrival of Thursday, January 28th and departure of Sunday, January 31st unless otherwise noted. Charges for fitness, spa, in-room movies, internet, phone calls, golf or other recreation is not reimbursable.

Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa

2000 Second St | Coronado, CA 92118

Phone: (619) 435-3000

  • Meals: 

    Meals not provided by the program are reimbursable with a daily limit, and original receipt. Credit card copies will be not be accepted. Reasonable meal expenses are defined as: up to $75.00 a day. When dining with other individuals, please indicate your portion of the expense only. Amounts over the daily limit for high cost cities will be considered on a case by case basis.

  • Guests:

    Reimbursement does not apply to family members or guests.


The CME planning committee for this conference formulated the following objectives for the course. Your presentation should encompass these objectives:

  • Know several emerging techniques in Trauma and Fracture Care with discussion of where they stand in 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

  • Know and Discuss useful fracture repair techniques, even those not yet in the textbooks

  • Debate an understand controversies in Trauma and Fracture Care, such as those related to surgical timing

  • Know emerging strategies for surgeon wellness and burnout prevention


If you have any questions concerning these objectives or need clarification regarding the expectations of the planning committee please contact the CME Office (813) 877-8096

Content Validation:

All the recommendations involving clinical medicine in a CME activity evidence based.  All scientific research referred to, reported or used in CME in support or justification of a patient care recommendation must conform to the generally accepted standard of experimental design, data collection and analysis.

Standards for Commercial Support:

As a sponsor accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education must insure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all sponsored or jointly sponsored educational activities.  All faculty participating in CME activities are expected to disclose to program participants any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest that have a direct bearing on the subject matter of CME activity.  This pertains to relationships with the pharmaceutical companies, biomedical device manufacturers or other corporations whose products/services are related to the subject matter of the educational topic including commercial supporter(s) of the activity.