COVID-19 Update: Due to the Current Global Pandemic the Annual Orthopaedic Resident Review in Paediatrics course will be ONLINE this year on February 18, 2022.
The Orthopaedic Resident Review in Paediatrics course is designed to provide orthopaedic residents with a comprehensive review of paediatric orthopaedic trauma and reconstruction. The 1-day course will cover all aspects of paediatric trauma and reconstruction over numerous areas including: Upper Extremity Trauma and Reconstruction, Lower Extremity Trauma and Reconstruction, Spine and Pelvic Trauma and Reconstruction, and Paediatric Emergencies. The course will include lectures based on a “Top 10 Things You Need to Know” format, as well as a total of 6 hours of case-based learning sessions! The case-based learning sessions will create a dynamic learning environment with our highly regarded faculty, which has been compiled with representatives from universities across Canada.
Registration is now open and available below. We encourage you to register early, as space is very limited! Our Course Coordinator is available to assist you with all aspects of the registration process. Please feel free to contact the Course Coordinator by email
We offer you a very warm invitation to attend the Orthopaedic Resident Review in Paediatrics course on February 18, 2022.
TOPIC I - Paediatric Trauma Review
TOPIC II - Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Scenarios
TOPIC III - Paediatric Reconstructive Surgery Review
TOPIC IV - Paediatric Reconstructive Surgery Scenarios
- Small group interactive sessions with in depth case-based review
Most regard Dr. Bhandari as the foremost authority in the translation of Orthopaedic research to clinical practice (evidence-based orthopaedics).
A University of Toronto graduate in Medicine, Dr. Bhandari completed both his Orthopaedic and Master’s of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics training at McMaster University. To broaden his clinical trauma exposure, he trained with world experts in Los Angeles, California and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dr. Bhandari’s clinical interests include the management of patients with complex lower extremity fractures and fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum.
He has received international recognition for his research efforts including a nationally recognized Canada Research Chair in MusculoskeletalTrauma — the only chair of its kind in Canada. Dr. Bhandari has also received the Edouard J. Samson Award for a Canadian Orthopaedic surgeon with the greatest impact on research in the last 5 years, the Founder’s Medal for Research, and Randomized trial Mentoring Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Recent awards include the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Medal in Research, Kappa Delta/OREF Clinical Research Award, Top Achievements in Health Research Award (CMAJ/CIHR), the Canadian Orthopaedic Association Award of Merit and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Mentor of the Year Award (Ontario).
Over the past 5 years, Dr. Bhandari has published hundreds of peer-reviewed papers across top medical and Orthopaedic journals including New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, BMJ, CMAJ, and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-American. He was recently listed among the top 10 cited orthopaedic surgeons over the past 20 years. He currently holds funding from the National Institutes of Health and Canadian Institutes of Health, and US Departments of Defence for large multicenter trials of tibial fracture management. To this end, he has received over 25 million dollars in research funding in recent years.
Dr. Emil H. Schemitsch is a Professor of Surgery at the University of Western Ontario. A University of Toronto graduate in Medicine, Dr. Schemitsch completed his orthopaedic training at the University of Toronto. To broaden his clinical exposure, he trained with world experts at the University of Washington (Harborview Medical Center) and Harvard University.
Dr. Schemitsch's clinical interests include the management of patients with complex lower extremity fractures, hip and knee reconstruction, and computer assisted surgery. Dr. Schemitsch’s research has focused upon the care of patients with musculoskeletal injuries. His basic research interests include the systemic response to trauma, gene therapy, biomechanics, bone substitutes, and the stimulation of fracture healing. His clinical research interests include computer assisted surgery, clinical trials and outcome studies. He has received international recognition for his research efforts.
Many surgeons regard Dr. Schemitsch as one of the foremost authorities in Fracture Repair in the world. Dr. Schemitsch’s program of research in musculoskeletal trauma has led to hundreds of publications in top journals and hundreds of guest lectureships around the world.
One Day Virtual Course*$500
* Please note that all Registration Fees are subject to HST and a 4% processing fee.