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Online Consultation Corner

Attend these live webinars with colleagues and consultants to discuss submitted cases and recommended treatment options.

The consultants will present and discuss submitted cases and some from their own experience for maximum benefit of all the participants during the webinar.  Don’t miss an opportunity to consult with colleagues and mentors on one of your difficult cases.

Scapholunate Instability: What Should I Do? Webinar
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From: 02/08/2016 To: 02/08/2016

9:00 PM EASTERN / 8:00 PM CENTRAL / 7:00 PM MOUNTAIN / 6:00 PM PACIFIC

Ever wonder how should you treat your patients with scapholunate instability given the myriad of different options? Please join Michael R. Hausman, MD, Steve Lee, MD, A. Lee Osterman, MD and Arnold-Peter Weiss, MD as they participate in a 60 minute case-based discussion on the nuances of management of scapholunate disorders. 

Objectives

  • Develop an understanding of the spectrum of scapholunate instability.
  • Develop a treatment algorithm for the management of scapholunate instability.
  • Create an algorithm for the management of failed primary surgery and have revision options within their armamentarium.

Case Submissions Due January 25
All participants are encouraged to submit cases before the webinar that can be presented to the faculty. Cases should be submitted as a short PowerPoint with 1-2 slides of history and physical examination and 1-2 slides with pertinent x-rays and advanced imaging.  Please submit your cases by January 25 for review and inclusion in the program.  Cases submitted after this date will not be guaranteed discussion time.  During the case discussion, participants will also have the opportunity to pose live questions to the panel.  Please submit your cases to Angie Legaspi at alegaspi@assh.org

Faculty:
Michael R. Hausman, MD
A. Lee Osterman, MD
Steve K. Lee, MD
Co-chair(s):
Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, MD


A recording of the program will be available to registrants at no additional cost following the webinar.  No CME is awarded for the recorded version of this event.

ASSH CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CREDIT
The ASSH designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

ACCREDITATION

The American Society for Surgery of the Hand is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education to physicians. 

Click HERE to register

Contact ASSH at (312) 880-1900 or meetings@assh.org with questions.

Registration fee for all participants is $35.

A recording of the program will be available to registrants at no additional cost following the webinar.  No CME is awarded for the recorded version of this event.  

The material presented in this continuing medical education program is made available by the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) for educational purposes only. This material is not intended to represent the best or only methods or procedures appropriate for the medical situation discussed, but rather is intended to present an approach, view, statement or opinion of the authors or presenters that may be helpful or of interest to other practitioners. Attendees agree to participate in this medical education program sponsored by ASSH with full knowledge and awareness that they waive any claim they may have against ASSH for reliance on any information presented in this educational program. In addition, the attendees also waive any claim they have against ASSH for injury or other damages that may result in any way from their participation in this program. All of the proceedings of the Online Consultation Corner course are intended for limited publication only, and all property rights in the material presented, including common-law copyright, are expressly reserved by the speaker or ASSH. No statement of presentation made is to be regarded as dedicated to the public domain. Any sound reproduction transcript or other use of the material presented at this course without the permission of the speaker or ASSH is prohibited to the full extent of common-law copyright in such material. ASSH is not responsible for expenses incurred by an individual who is not confirmed and for whom space is not available at the meeting. Costs incurred by the registrant such as airline or hotel fees or penalties are the responsibility of the registrant. The approval of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is required for procedures and drugs that are considered experimental. Instrumentation systems discussed and/or demonstrated in or at ASSH educational programs may not yet have received FDA approval.
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Recordings

Recordings of previous OCC webinars are available in Hand-e. Login is required. 

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About the OCC

The Online Consultation Corner (OCC) is intended to make the popular Clinical Consultation Corner from the Annual Meeting into a program that can be accessed remotely.  

Participating members provide challenging cases with specific questions about diagnosis and management.  Cases on the same general topic are presented in a 60 minute review and case discussion to help member participants learn about a specific area of upper extremity care and surgery.

All participants are encouraged to submit cases, and all members, even those without a case to submit, are invited to participate in dialogue and ask questions.  Unlike a standard webinar, the topics and cases are participant-driven within a dynamic environment that encourages audience participation. 


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