EFORT Webinars for 2019 available to replay
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Publishing research is a must for career advancement. However, to get a paper published requires taking important critical steps during the writing and submission process of the manuscript.
The webinar also provides a brief overview of the submission and review process to publish a manuscript in a biomedical journal, which includes the following:
- developing the framework of the manuscript;
- flow of a manuscript, drafting of various publication and relevant guidelines;
- types of publication documents and their importance;
- selection of the target journal, preparation of submission ready manuscript, preparing for submission, submission process and post-submission follow-up with journal;
- what editors and reviewers look for in a manuscript; and
- common causes of rejection.
Patellofemoral instability in children
- The degree of disability for children with patellar dislocations is high;
- Therefore, it is an increasing trend in active treatment of children with patellar dislocation/instability;
- These treatment methods involve growth modulation, malalignment correction by osteotomies and better methods for ligamentous reconstruction; and
- These treatment methods involve growth modulation, malalignment correction by osteotomies and better methods for ligamentous reconstruction.
One-stage vs two-stage in hip infection: Tips & tricks
Tired of monotonous defenses of one-stage and two-stage treatment of hip infection?
- Discover the latest comparisons of the two techniques in a multicenter series;
- Overcome the type of thinking that concludes that all one-stage and two-stage procedures are the same and develop true concern when faces with a new case about current controversies in this area; and
- Hear specific surgical tricks, friendly advice and inspiring ideas from prominent experts who witness countless numbers of these cases every year.
Implant adverse reaction to materials
This webinar is focused on the underlying biological reactions and specific questions related to large diameter heads, genetic determinations and new material options, as well as strategies to prevent infections and adverse reactions. Its objectives are:
- explaining the biology behind the adverse tissue reactions as a key factor in progressive local tissue reactions;
- demonstrating specific aspects of large diameters heads in the treatment of total hip arthroplasty and revision THA;
- focusing on the potential of genetic determination in hip and knee arthroplasty procedures;
- demonstrating the potential of new materials for current and future practice; and
- overviewing different anti-infectious and anti-adverse strategies for surgical approaches.
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