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Live CME Webcast: Kyphoplasty for Osteoporotic and Osteolytic Vertebral Compression Fractures
News - Continuing Medical Education
Contributed by AlexF   
Tuesday, 30 August 2020
Good Samaritan Hospital will host a live surgery webcast on kyphoplasty for osteoporotic and osteolytic vertebral compression fractures on Wednesday September 21, 2005, at 4-5pm (ET). The event will be introduced by David S. Hungerford, MD, professor of orthopaedic surgery at Johns Hopkins Orthopaedics at Good Samaritan Hospital who is at the forefront of research, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis and osteonecrosis (bone death). Physicians, who log onto this webcast, will receive continuing medical education (CME) credit as they learn about osteoporosis diagnosis, treatment, and surgical options.
Last Updated ( Friday, 02 September 2020 )
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Live CME Webcast: Surgical Decision & Advances in Primary Reconstruction
News - Continuing Medical Education
Contributed by AlexF   
Tuesday, 23 August 2020
On Friday, September 16th at 2:00 pm EDT (1:00 pm CDT), Stryker Orthopaedics will present a live mini-incision Total Hip Arthroplasty surgical Webcast on www.OR-Live.com featuring the Accolade® TMZF® and Trident® Acetabular Hip Systems. This Webcast will be broadcast directly from the Surgical Decisions and Advancements in Primary Reconstruction meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
Last Updated ( Monday, 29 August 2020 )
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Live CME Webcast: Computer Assisted Hip Replacement Surgery
News - Continuing Medical Education
Contributed by AlexF   
Friday, 19 August 2020
In a live internet webcast on September 13th, at 2:00 p.m. EDT, surgeons at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will perform a computer-assisted hip replacement procedure. Dr. David Harwood will perform the minimally-invasive surgery. Dr. Donald Polakoff will moderate the event. The Achieve® brand computer-assisted instruments and software were created by Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics. The software allows Dr. Harwood to reduce the margin of error in hip replacement surgery. Visit http://www.or-live.com/robertwoodjohnson/1304 now to learn more and view doctor's comments.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 21 August 2020 )
Experts say women still underrepresented in orthopedic surgery
News - Viewpoints
Written by christian   
Tuesday, 02 August 2020

From Rheumawire Newsletter August 2 2005
Allison Gandey

New York, NY - Despite great strides in female representation in rheumatology, few women are choosing to specialize in orthopedic surgery. Plagued by negative stereotypes and misconceptions, experts are taking steps to encourage more diversity in this fieldan area they say is fertile ground for learning and opportunity. "Orthopedic surgery seems to have somewhat of an image problem," Dr Thomas Sculco, surgeon-in-chief at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, told rheumawire. "It has been said that orthopedic surgery requires a strong back and weak mind. There is a general impression that jocks go into this specialty, and that's really unfortunate, because we are actually seeing some of the best studentsthe top 10% to 15% of their classapplying." Sculco says the pool of applicants has shifted in recent years as more and more students are exposed to orthopedic surgery, but he says women are still only making up approximately 7% of national applicantsup only marginally from 3% in the past.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 August 2020 )
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Orthogate Upgrade
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Written by christian   
Monday, 18 July 2020
Orthogate UpgradePlease hang on while we complete our migration of Orthogate to a new content management system.

Apologies for the unannounced change but we were running into troubles with hack attempts with our other system.

We have managed to transfer over almost all of the OSRR Forum posts and all forum user details from the old forum. If your login does not work or you run into any problems please let me know. Feel free to PM me at "christian".

I will be going through the posts in the Forum and fixing URLs that reference the old forum. If you run into one of these and it was a post of yours I would appreciate you fixing the URL .

There is still a lot of work in converting some of the old content such as the Patients Guide to the Internet. The Orthopaedists' Guide to the Internet will be phased out unless someone wishes to step up and become an editor to assist with its maintenance.

If you have any comments, questions or want to help out let me know.

Best regards,

Christian
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