So what's new for Knee Debate?
Knee Debate 18, formerly known as the Knee Controversies Meeting, will explore current and future trends including results of old and newer prosthesis, modern treatment options and techniques that are still in their trial phase but promising in the field of knee surgery.
We will have a line up of key faculty from the UK and abroad, who will explore exciting new developments in knee surgery.
The meeting is built on the foundations of the Current Concepts and Controversies Meetings that ran for 8 years. Following delegate and industry feedback, we have taken the best elements from this and added practical, innovative sessions to provide a meeting with real educational benefit to all attendees.
The mornings comprise of didactic lectures and afternoons provide a range of practical workshops lead by experienced faculty to assist delegates and share their own personal experiences.
The meeting will be dedicating more time for:
These small group groups have are designed to promote discussion and give delegates an opportunity to ask questions from the international expert faculty. They are an essential part of the program. A key element here will be clinical case discussion.
Delegates are encouraged to bring their own cases to the meeting for discussion with faculty and other delegates.
Who should attend?
The course is not only aimed at surgeons: we also encourage other medical professionals who have an interest in knee surgery to come and share their experiences.
CPD applied for – Current Controversies Meeting was awarded 12 points.
Kirti Moholkar, FRCSI
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon