SICOT Pelvic-Acetabular Trauma Course with Cadaveric Dissection

It is our great pleasure to announce this educational event organised by SICOT. The theme is pelvic and acetabular injuries which are the most challenging topics in orthopaedic trauma.

The aim of the course is to provide an understanding of evaluation, emergency treatment and treatment strategies of pelvic and acetabular injuries. Our target groups are general orthopaedic trauma surgeons and surgeons preparing for further specialisation in pelvic and acetabular surgery. After the course the participant should be enabled to perform independent decision-making and emergency treatment. The course can act as a solid basis for further studies and pelvic fellowships.

We have put together an exciting programme of lectures, interactive case discussions and also cadaveric dissections. We have also selected an excellent venue in Bangalore and participants will enjoy both the educational content and the hospitality in India.

Lau Tak Wing (Hong Kong) & Sundaresh Dabir (India)
Chairpersons

NEW! SICOT e-Science Bulletin

It is said that education is the cornerstone of progress. Our belief is that educating ourselves is the key to better patient care and all advances that go with it.

Education is the prime objective of SICOT and with this aim we launch a new initiative: the e-Science Bulletin. This initiative features 4 issues in a year under the leadership of Dr Hitesh Gopalan from India with his specialty team. It will bring to you an understanding of contemporary orthopaedic research and literature.

I trust that the bulletin will be useful for our members and we would be grateful for your feedback and comments on sicot2013@gmail.com.

Ashok N. Johari
SICOT Education Council Chairman

Request for Applications

To all SICOT members!

We are asking for interested volunteers who want to serve in this newly created Academy to submit an abbreviated CV (5 pages) and short letter expressing their interest and qualifications to dobbsm@wudosis.wustl.edu.

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