Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

Develop decision-making and surgical management skills for achieving best possible outcomes in primary arthroplasty, Philadelphia, PA
  • Description

    Principles of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty is a modular and highly interactive course that will help participants develop decision-making and surgical management skills for achieving best possible outcomes in primary arthroplasty. Participants will have opportunities to template and plan lab exercises and share their experiences with faculty and peers.

    Learning will be delivered through

    • Short, evidence-based lectures
    • Moderated small group case discussions
    • Hands-on practical exercises with a 4:1 participant-to-faculty ratio
       
  • Learning objectives

    Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to
    Identify patient’s reconstructive surgery needs
    Adopt a patient-centered approach
    Anticipate, recognize, and stratify potential complications
    Describe and discuss safe and effective procedures for primary arthroplasty
    Discuss the management of early and late problems or complications
    Communicate and facilitate a multidisciplinary team-based approach
    Apply best practice to optimize and document patient outcomes

  • Who should attend

    Second, third, and fourth-year orthopedic surgery residents.

  • Location, time, and tuition

    Venue(s)

    Tuition

    • USD $1000.00

Course Chairs

Daniel Berry, MD

Daniel Berry, MD

Mayo Clinic


Faculty

  • Matthew Austin, MD
  • Tom Bradbury, MD
  • Timothy Brown, MD
  • Elizabeth Gausden, MD
  • Jeremy Gililland, MD, FAAOS
  • William Jiranek, MD
  • Gwo-Chin Lee, MD
  • Charles Nelson, MD
  • Sean Ryan, MD

For further information, please contact us at memberrelations@aona.org or 610-993-5100

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