Hands on workshop - Prevention of iatrogenic neurovascular limb injuries with orthopaedic surgery
Place are strictly limited
Book early to secure your seat!
You won’t want to miss this opportunity!
Join us for this exciting event with experts Professor Greg Bain, Professor Rudi Jaarsma and Dr Mark Inglis as they lead you through case reviews and a cadaveric workshop.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided
To increase the awareness, and knowledge of methods of prevention of surgically induced neurovascular injuries of the upper and lower limb. Understand the medico-legal considerations for managing your patient following nerve injury.
8.45 – Registration - Level 5
9.00 – 10.00 – Welcome from Professor Rudi Jaarsma - Conference Room: 5.29
3 case presentations:
Lower limb trauma - Prof Rudi Jaarsma
Lower limb arthroplasty - Dr Chris Wilson
Iatrogenic neurovascular injuries of the upper limb - Prof Greg Bain
10.00 – 10.15
Morning tea - Conference Room: 5.29 (includes Cadaveric lab induction)
Workshop session - Biomechanics & Implants Laboratory Room: 5.24
Cadaveric lab – 60 mins
- Includes Cadaveric lab induction
- Includes Anatomy table
Case study reveiws - Conference Room: 5.29
12.00 – 12.30
MIGA – Claims review & medico-legal considerations after an injury - Conference Room: 5.29
12.30 – 12.45
Close of workshop
12.45 – 13.30
Lunch - Ground Floor: G.03
The AOA Academic Meeting will be held immediately following the lunch - Ground Floor: G.42
Friday 11 November 2016
Flinders University Tonsley Campus (old Mitsubishi manufacturing site), South Road, Clovelly Park SA.
LEVEL 5 / ROOM 5.29
Trainees - $100
MIGA members - $250
Non-MIGA members - $500
MIGA Risk Management Points:
By attending the workshop and submitting an Action Plan for improvement in your practise to MIGA afterwards, you will be entitled to 10 MIGA Risk Management Points.
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Contact the Risk Management Department at MIGA on 1800 777 156 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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