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Annual Canadian Orthopaedic Association Basic Science Course

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Location: http://www.coabasicscience.org/

Description: The Course is designed for the "mature" orthopaedic resident (ideally midway through training), but would also be of use for the orthopaedist who wants to return to the basic fundamentals of orthopaedic practice. The course is held annally in different locations across Canada.
Who Should Attend The COA Basic Science Course?
The COA Basic Science Course is designed for the "mature" orthopaedic resident (ideally midway through training), but would also be of use for the orthopaedist who wants to return to the basic fundamentals of orthopaedic practice. Ideally, you will develop the ability to conceptualize and understand all clinical problems at multiple levels - pathophysiology at the cellular level, gross morphology as reflected on the radiograph, and clinical presentation as assessed through history, physical examination, and laboratory parameters. This information is highly relevant to other disciplines including: pathology, radiology, rehabilitation medicine, rheumatology, and physiotherapy.

Type: Symposium
Author/Contact: Thomas Smallman
Institution: COA
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Language: English

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Added: Fri Oct 11 2002
Last Modified: Wed May 20 2009