AO Trauma NA Fireside Series 2021

Conversations covering the spectrum of anatomic regions and related problem fractures for practicing surgeons. Missed a session? Find recordings here.
  • Description

    Designed to serve the needs of surgeons 2-10 years in practice, the AO Trauma NA Fireside series will provide a pragmatic review of current best practices, effective surgical approaches, and tips and tricks to address the challenges of region-specific problem fractures and maximize patient outcomes.

    Each of the twelve ninety-minute sessions was created in collaboration with a group of practicing surgeons across North America. Topics covered include femur fractures, terrible triads, tibial plateaus, and atypical ankle injuries.

    The Fireside series emphasizes and encourages interaction with experts in the field. Participants can submit cases and/or share their perspectives on diagnosis, treatment, and management of fractures, and in turn receive input and feedback from AO NA faculty.

  • Learning objectives

    Upon completion of this series, participants will be able to
    Identify key aspects of fractures that must be addressed to achieve good patient outcomes
    Describe current best practices in critical steps of fracture management
    Employ evidence-based strategies in fracture treatments

  • Who should attend

    Surgeons 2-10 years in practice should attend this event. All others who have an interest in the topics are welcome to attend as well.

  • Digital badge

    AO North America has partnered with Credly to provide our first-ever digital badge of recognition for those who complete the AO Trauma NA Fireside Series.

    This badge is a verifiable credential that recognizes your commitment to continuous professional development (CPD) and quality learning experiences. Display the badge in online spaces to endorse your specialized skills and your value as a surgeon.

    AO Trauma NA Fireside Series Digital Badge

  • Calendar and recordings

    Topic(s) Date Time* Register
    Femoral Neck Young ORIF  4-20-21 8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
    Femur Shaft IMNs: avoiding common pitfalls (malrotations) 4-27-21 8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
    Subtrochanteric Femur Fractures   5-4-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
    Supracondylar Femur 5-11-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
    Distal Radius 5-25-21 8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Proximal Humerus ORIF Including Literature 6-1-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Trans-olecranon Fractures / Dislocations / Monteggia  6-8-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Distal Humerus  6-22-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Terrible Triads, Including Radial Head Replacement 6-29-21 8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Tibial Plateau 7-6-21 8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Tibial Shaft 7-13-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording
     Atypical Ankle Injuries 7-20-21
    8:00-9:30 PM Watch recording

    *Eastern Time (GMT-4:00)

Course Chairs

Brett Crist, MD

Brett Crist, MD

University of Missouri

Mitchell Bernstein, MD, FRCSC, FAAOS

Mitchell Bernstein, MD, FRCSC, FAAOS

McGill University

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