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  • Early Intervention Instructional Course | 26-27 September 2019 Preliminary programme

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    Early Intervention Instructional Course

    26–27 September, 2019 Expert Connect Centre, Watford, United Kingdom Invited chairman Dr Alois Franz (DE)

    Preliminary programme Learn more about our education and training opportunities www.smith-nephew.com/education

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    Description This course is designed to expose Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) to contemporary minimally invasive uni-compartmental knee replacement and appropriate surgical techniques. The programme combines scientific lectures, high-level debate and hands-on practical sessions. HCPs will be presented with significant learning opportunities in the form of high calibre presentations, clinical case discussions, and anatomical workshops and will be actively encouraged to ask questions, interact with the faculty and encouraged to bring X-ray for review and discussion.

    Accreditation Accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons - England

    Invited faculty Dr Federico D’Amario Humanitas San Pio X Milano, Italy

    Invited chairman

    Dr Alois Franz St. Marienkrankenhaus Siegen, Germany

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    Learning objectives Enable delegates to: • Gain an understanding of the core principles underlying minimally invasive uni-compartmental knee

    replacement • Understand and discuss the latest scientific data that supports different techniques in the field of

    minimally invasive uni-compartmental knee replacement • Identify typical challenges faced in minimally invasive knee surgery and discuss appropriate

    solutions

    Participant profile • Qualified HCPs with a general interest in uni-compartmental knee replacement surgery • HCPs with currently limited experience in uni-compartmental knee replacement surgery looking to

    build the confidence to expand their practice • A good level of competency in English is required

    Products and technologies

    JOURNEY™ UNI

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    Thursday, 26 September

    Morning Individual arrivals 12:00 Welcome lunch and registration

    Session I Principles and considerations of Uni

    Welcome Medical Education

    Introduction Chairman

    Kinematics and functional anatomy of the knee

    Principles of anteromedial osteoarthritis

    Proper patient selection

    Interactive discussion with the audience: Patient selection criteria

    Session II Surgical technique principles and implant selection

    JOURNEY™ UNI surgical technique: Tips & tricks

    Medial JOURNEY™ UNI Video

    Lateral UNI: Principles and surgical technique

    Interactive debate - Fixed versus Mobile: Round table

    Coffee break

    Session III Design and survivorship

    Why UKA fails long-term survival?

    Revision of UKA

    Q&A and discussion

    Session IV Patello-femoral Joint (PFJ)

    PFJ: Indications and patient selection

    Proper surgical technique: Tips and tricks

    Can we further improve our results? The Introduction of new technology

    Discussion and Q&A All

    Wrap up day 1 Chairman

    Transfer back to the hotel

    Meet in the hotel lobby to go to dinner

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    Friday, 27 September

    Morning Breakfast and check-out 08:00 Gather in the lobby, transfer to ECC

    Workshop I Parallel session: Workshop and case discussion

    I ntroduction

    Group split and change

    Group 1: Unicompartimental workshop Medial and Lateral UNIs Group 2: Case discussion: UNI and special cases

    Short coffee break, change and swap groups

    Group 2: Unicompartimental workshop Medial and Lateral UNIs Group 1: Case discussion: UNI and special cases

    Wrap up and conclusion Chairman

    Course evaluation – please check your emails All

    13:30 Lunch and departures

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    Course fees Registration fee covers ground transportation during programme, accommodation (one night), course dinner, course materials and refreshments. Course venue Smith & Nephew Expert Connect Centre (ECC) Croxley Park Building 5 Hatters Lane Watford, WD18 8YE Hotel TBC Jurys Inn Watford Clarendon Road Watford, WD17 1JA Course dinner TBC Zaza Restaurant 27 High Street Bushey, WD23 1BD Transfers Transfers from the airport to the hotel and back according to the online registration system entries will be arranged. Organisation Jessica Mainprize Content Delivery Manager Medical Education & Societies Mobile +44 7701 317 975 jessica.mainprize@smith-nephew.com

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    Course Certificates Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the course. Such certificate of attendance will be delivered only to delegates who attend all of the course, unless there are exceptional circumstances. The course organiser will assess any exceptions for legitimate reasons.

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    Code of ethics All healthcare professionals must comply with their local guidelines and regulations regarding the costs associated with any meeting. Smith & Nephew, Inc. is committed to following the relevant code of ethics and limits attendance at company sponsored events to healthcare professionals with a bona fide professional interest.

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