Nova Clinical Services, a Vancouver Island based company, has been coordinating Continuing Medical Education Conferences in Victoria, BC for Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and other Health Care Workers for over fifteen years. Our goal is to provide affordable CME events which are clinically useful to a wide range of Health Care Professionals.
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- Orthopaedic Conference Hot Topics in Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine: June 8, 2013
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Orthopaedic Conference 2013
Hot Topics in Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine
June 8, 2013
Victoria Conference Centre
This event would be applicable to Family Physicians, Hospitalists, ER Physicians, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sub-Specialists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physiotherapists and Other Allied Health Care Workers.
This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the British Columbia Chapter for up to 6.25 Mainpro-M1 credits.
We are very pleased to present our fourth Orthopaedic Conference, Hot Topics in Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine. This conference is designed to update you on the latest diagnostic and treatment strategies for patients with sports and musculoskeletal ailments and injuries. The program is case oriented and will utilize didactic lectures, as well as small group sessions creating an interactive and dynamic learning format. At this event you will be brought up to date on the most current developments in a wide number of areas of Orthopaedic, Sports and MSK/ Rehabilitation Medicine.
Why You Should Attend
97% of participants in 2012 stated that this event met their personal learning objectives and 90% said this conference changed how they practice.
As a result of attending this program, the participant will be able to apply current knowledge to treat a wide range of Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine disorders.
As a result of attending specific presentations in this conference participants will be able to:
• Confidently identify options and indications in the diagnosis of hip pain in the young adult.
• Discuss the clinical diagnosis and management of common running injuries.
• Define, identify and formulate a plan of action for the non-surgical approach to the osteoarthritic knee as well as the acutely injured knee and the top three hand and wrist injuries
• List and discuss the pros and cons of planned return to play.
• Reflect upon and discuss the benefits of coordinated care in MSK Medicine
• Review follow-up strategies and understand taping and bracing of lower limb injuries.
• Review and discuss with peers the pearls in clinical practice presented.