INSIGHTS: WORLD TOUR

“Deep Dive into Global Issues with Leading Authorities”

INSIGHTS: WORLD TOUR

“Deep Dive into Global Issues with Leading Authorities”

WHAT IS THE OE INSIGHTS: WORLD TOUR?

A series of free, limited capacity, online live events. An opportunity to join leading academics and surgeons from around the world as we explore insightful and timely topics in a small group setting. Each session encourages interactive and engaging discussions giving attendees the unique opportunity to collaborate with leaders and peers from across the world.

PAST EVENTS

All event times are in Eastern Daylight Time
All events are 30 minutes in length.

OMAN

Damage Control Orthopaedics: Femoral Shaft Fractures

Date and Time
Monday October 5
@ 11:30AM EDT

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ITALY

Evidence-Based Orthopaedics: Pride or Prejudice

Date and Time
Monday October 5
@ 2PM EDT

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CANADA

“You’ve Got Talent, Now Develop It: Lessons Learned.”

Date and Time
Monday October 5
@ 6:00PM EDT

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CANADA

Bone and “Joint” pain: The role of Cannabis in MSK patient care

Date and Time
Monday October 5
@ 7PM EDT

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NETHERLANDS

What is Value Based Healthcare: Round 2

Date and Time
Tuesday October 6
@ 1PM EDT

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UNITED KINGDOM

Past, Present and Future of Arthroscopic Surgery of the Hip

Date and Time
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
@ 3:00 PM EDT

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CANADA

Addressing the Gender Gap in Orthopaedic Outcomes Research

Date and Time
Tuesday October 6
@ 8:30 PM EDT

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INDIA

Five Tips for Professional Excellence

Date and Time
Wednesday October 7
@ 10AM EDT

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SPAIN

Important Intraoperative Procedures to Prevent Periprosthetic Joint Infection

Date and Time
Wednesday October 7
@ 2PM EDT

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UNITED KINGDOM

Long Bone Non-Union: When and Why Should I Apply the Diamond Concept?

Date and Time
Wednesday October 7
@ 3pm EDT

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CANADA

Persistent Post-Surgical Pain After Fracture Repair: Prevalence, Predictors and Prevention

Date and Time
Wednesday October 7
@ 6:00pm EDT

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COLOMBIA

Shockwaves in Orthopedics: The Long and Winding Road from Stone Destruction to Tissue Regeneration

Date and Time
Wednesday October 7
@ 7:30PM EDT

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INDIA

Ten Lessons Learned from COVID Pandemic

Date and Time
Thursday October 8
@ 10 AM EDT

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SWITZERLAND

Patient Specific Implantation, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Navigation in Shoulder Arthroplasty

Date and Time
Thursday October 8
@ 11 AM EDT

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UNITED STATES

Canadian Surgeons Doing Global Health Outreach: What Do We Do Now During A Worldwide Viral Pandemic?

Date and Time
Thursday October 8
@7:00 PM EDT

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WORLD TOUR 1.0 PAST EVENTS

June 22nd – 25th, 2020

Registry evidence vs RCTs: which should we believe?

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Avoiding the Plateau in your Practice

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5 Critical Habits To “Think” Bigger in Your Career

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PJI-One stage Exchange – The New Golden Standard?

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Research Coordinators: What We Do, and How We Do It?

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Why do people die after surgery: New Insights

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A Stitch in Time Saves Nine: Communication Strategies for Surgeons

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Biological Enhancement of ACL Reconstruction: Are we there yet?

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Severe Knee Deformities: Is TKA the Answer?

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Meniscal Transplant: An 18 – year experience from a galaxy not so far away.

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Treating COVID-19 Infection: Does Anything Work?

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What is Value Based Healthcare?

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Women in Orthopaedics- 3 cultural perspectives

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Primary ACL repair: Back to the future

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Why do successful surgeons have failed patient reported outcomes?

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Do we need a Fellowship Advisor?

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Status Quo & Perspectives: Clinical Guideline for Hip Fracture in Japan

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Virtual Orthopaedic Training in Africa: New Perspectives

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Breathing in the Death Zone: Tales from the Summit of Everest

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Levels of Evidence is important for Orthopaedic clinical research…..all of them!

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