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Surfing the Canadian Orthopaedic Internet PDF Print E-mail
Written by christian   
Saturday, 29 June 2020
Canadian orthopaedic surgeons, residents and medical students have been among the pioneers in exploring the potential of the Internet for academic activities and communication. Five years is a long time on the Internet, yet in 1996 Dr. Ian Dickie a medical student at UBC, set up and moderated the newsgroup sci.med.orthopaedics, Dr. Don Johnson was building the Practical Arthroscopy site and the Canadian roots of Orthogate were beginning to grow. Over the last few years, the COA meetings have provided the most comprehensive set of instructional courses on information technology in the world of orthopaedics. We have, or had, a flying start in the field. This report investigates the current status of web sites of Canadian orthopaedic training programmes and other Canadian sites.

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Last Updated ( Saturday, 16 July 2020 )
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