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 Trauma of the Elbow, Forearm and Wrist Faculty Information Page

2010 Master Skills Series: Trauma of the Elbow, Forearm and Wrist
May 21-22, 2010
Orthopaedic Learning Center * Rosemont, IL
Confirmed Faculty

Co-chairs: David C. Ring, MD, PhD and David S. Ruch, MD

 Reid A. Abrams, MD  Jesse B. Jupiter, MD
 *Mark E. Baratz, MD

 *David M. Kalainov, MD

 *Andrew E. Caputo, MD  Lisa L. Lattanza, MD
 *Mark S. Cohen, MD  *Fraser J. Leversedge, MD
 John J. Fernandez, MD  Matthew J. Meunier, MD
 Michael R. Hausman, MD  *Milan K. Sen, MD
 Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD  *Scott W. Wolfe, MD
 Peter J. L. Jebson, MD
*Handouts are required
 Download the Full Program here.                                           
Conflict of Interest Form: Login at àGo to My Profile àClick Edit (located in lower right hand corner) à Click the “Conflict of Interest/Supplementary Information” tab (instructions are at the top of the page)
 Travel and Hotel Accommodations
Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC)
6300 N. River Rd.
Rosemont, IL 60018
Hyatt Rosemont
6350 N. River Rd.
Rosemont, IL 60018
just next to the OLC
The closest airport to these facilities is O'Hare International Airport (approximately 2 miles).
The Hand Society reimburses invited faculty for expenses incurred during the Trauma Course, such as airfare, meals, housing and ground transportation.  For a full description of the ASSH Speaker Reimbursement Policy, click here
ASSH will arrange your housing needs on your behalf.  Please fill out the Hotel Request Form to secure your room.  Please return it by April 23, 2010.

United Airlines has been selected as the official carrier for this course.  Reservations must be made and tickets must be purchased a minimum of seven days prior to departure to secure the discount.  United will confirm reservations at the lowest rate available, provided normal qualifications are met.  To take advantage of these special airfares, individuals or their travel agents may contact United Airlines at (800) 521-4041 using Meeting ID Code 549KA.

Handouts are collected to provide attendees detailed information about the topic of your presentation.  If you are scheduled to present a lecture during this course, submitting a handout is required.  Handouts are due April 23, 2010.  To read the ASSH Handout Policy and see the handout template, click here.

Pre/Post Test Questions
All faculty are required to submit 2-3 questions related to the topic you have been assigned to, whether it is a panel discussion, lab or lecture.  The questions will then be reviewed by the Course Chairs and will be given to attendees to assess their knowledge before and after the course.  To review tips on how to create an appropriate test question, click herePre/Post Test Questions due April 23, 2010.

Terms and Conditions of Engagement and Conflict of Interest
ASSH requires all invited faculty to agree to all Terms and Conditions of Engagement (TCE) for each course participated in and disclose any Conflicts of Interest (COI) in the last 12 months.  Updating your TCE and COI form is due by April 23, 2010.

Fill out your TCE form:

Review your COI: Login at àGo to My Profile àClick Edit (located in lower right hand corner) à Click the “Conflict of Interest/Supplementary Information” tab (instructions are at the top of the page).

Faculty Dinner
The faculty dinner is scheduled for Friday, May 21.  Location and time have not been determined yet.  Please check back soon for further information.  To RSVP to the faculty dinner, click here.