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The COA is pleased to offer a Fellowship Directory to the Canadian orthopaedic community. If you are looking for a fellowship opportunity or are expanding your fellowship program, the Fellowship Directory is designed to help you in your search.
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The COA sponsors several travelling fellowships for its members such as the ASG Travelling Fellowship, North American Travelling Fellowship, and ABC Travelling Fellowship. Learn more

 

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2015 Annual Meeting Webcasts

Experience the COA 2015 Annual Meeting Online through the COA Live Learning Centre

The COA Live Learning Centre connects you to carefully selected recordings from this year’s Annual Meeting so you can catch up on what you missed and review the education you need year-round. Recorded sessions make great training tools and keep you up-to-date on the trends facing your industry.

If you attended the 2015 Annual Meeting, you can access these recordings at no additional cost. Login information was provided in a separate post-conference email.

BONUS: All COA members who missed the event this year can take advantage of free recordings.

Visit the COA Live Learning Centre now to browse our library of available content.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 July 2015 13:23
 
Tribute to Dr. Cy Frank

The COA paid tribute to the late Dr. Cy Frank at the Opening Ceremonies of the recent Annual Meeting held in Vancouver in June. We would like to thank all of the surgeons, colleagues and friends who participated in this video. Please click here to watch this touching tribute.

 
Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Bones and Phones Scholarship Recipients

The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation's 2015 Bones and Phones Legacy Scholarship:

Michael MacKechnie (University of Toronto) for his role in the Development of a contextually appropriate orthopedic surgery training program in Botswana.

Thierry Pauyo (McGill University) for his role in Evaluating Google Glass in peri-operative orthopaedic consultations: Linking Haiti to Canada

On behalf of the Scholarship's Founders, Dr. Veronica Wadey and Mr. Henry Chow, congratulations to the recipients and thanks to all who took the time to apply. Thank you to Dr. Erin Boynton, whose matching funding enabled the Foundation to award two scholarships this year.

The next call for applications will be this summer. Please check the Foundation's web site at www.canorth.org for more details.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 14:29
 
And the Winners Are….Free Membership Dues Contest Results

Congratulations are extended to Drs. Mario Corriveau from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Gwenyth deVries from Fredericton for being the two lucky winners of our membership dues contest. Both Drs. Corriveau and deVries will have their 2015 COA membership dues reimbursed. This contest was open to all Active members whose accounts were in good standing by May 1. The winners were selected by random draw. Stay tuned for more incentive contests in the future!

 
COA Global Surgery (COAGS) Executive Statement - Nepal Earthquake

The COA Global Surgery (COAGS) Program Executive is releasing the following statement regarding the recent Nepal earthquake tragedy and the subsequent COA member response to aid in this tragedy:

It is well known that orthopaedic services are one of the foremost surgical needs required in the early days and weeks following any major earthquake. Mass numbers of victims with multiple fractures, crush injuries and spine fractures will inundate any regular health system, but in a very poor country such as Nepal, their abilities could become further overwhelmed. With more than 5000 people dead as of April 29, 2015, the trauma injury triangle would predict five times that number of victims (25,000) with major trauma-based injuries. This number will no doubt rise once the many villages in the Khumbu Valley region north of Kathmandu are reached.

Click on the Read More link below to read entire statement.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 April 2015 18:39
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