Dear colleagues and friends,
We are pleased to announce the organization of the 7th Seminar on tendon transfers of the upper limb on fresh frozen cadaveric specimens which will take place on March 31st - April 2nd, 2022, in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Despite the difficult circumstances we are facing due to the pandemic of COVID-19, we insist on continuing this series of Seminars which have been established as an institution since the recent years we witnessed a significant increase of interest among surgeons in the tendon transfers of the upper limb.
The meeting will be a chance for the younger colleagues to be informed about the new developments in the field of tendon transfers and for us to meet again and share our experiences from the daily clinical practice.
The Seminar is organized by the Orthopaedic & Traumatology Association of Macedonia and Thrace in cooperation with the 1st Orthopaedic Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, "G. Papanikolaou" General Hospital of Thessaloniki.
The theoretical part of the Seminar will be held at the Teloglion Fine Arts Foundation while the educational program on fresh frozen cadaveric specimens will take place at the Laboratory of Anatomy and Surgical Anatomy of AUTH.
Despite the distressing situation at the moment, we are optimistic and we look forward to mingle once again with our dear colleagues. As hosts and organizers we shall spare no effort in making your participation scientifically rewarding and as meaningful as possible.
We hope in your active participation.
The President of the Seminar
Dr. Lamprini Katranitsa
The Honorary President of the Seminar
Prof. Panagiotis Givissis
Professor of Orthopaedics AUTH
Director of the 1st Orthopaedic Department of General Hospital “G. Papanikolaou” Thessaloniki, Greece
|Specialists (lectures & cadaveric workshop)*||550,00€|
|Residents (lectures & cadaveric workshop)*||450,00€|
• First-come-first-served basis will apply to all in person participants.
24% VAT is not included in the above registration rates
Radial nerve tendon transfers
Ulnar nerve tendon transfers
Median nerve tendon transfers
Special tendon transfers
The Seminar will be accredited with CME credits by the National Medical Association.
Certificate of Attendance
Please note that a barcode system will be used and in order to obtain CME credits you must complete 60% participation of the scientific program. The certificates will be send by the end of the Seminar and as soon as the evaluation form will be submitted to the Seminar Secretariat.
Available audiovisual equipment for all presentations will be through power point presentation. For power point point presentations, your presence to the "technical reception desk" is required one hour prior to the time of your presentation in order to check the compatibility of your cd or usb stick. Use of personal computers will not be permitted.
Within the Seminar area there will be an exhibition of medical equipment and pharmaceutical products.
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