COA Bulletin


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In this issue:

  • Now or Never - the political wait time exists to reduce wait times
  • Hip Resurfacing - an implant whose time has come again
  • The Line Forms Here - e-activist channells patient frustration to politicians

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Message - A Note Of Optimism - Better Times Are On The Way 7455
Editorial - New Technology A Blessing and a Curse 9941
Themes - Introduction - Hip Resurfacing An Implant Whose Time Has Come Again 8546
Themes - Surface Arthroplasty of the Hip: Does it Have a Role in the 21st Century? 12083
Themes - Hip Resurfacing: A Good Idea? 17246
Themes - Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty 12075
Programmes - The Orthopaedic Surgery Training Programme at Queens University 8756
Information - The Bone and Joint Decade Nears the Half Way Mark 6922
Information - Now or Never - The Political Will Exists to Reduce Wait Times 6910
Information - Informing the Process - The OOA Has Governments Attention 7230
Information - Improving Orthopaedics with Digital Imaging 8993
Foundation - The Line Forms Here - e-Activist Channels Patient Frustration to Politicians 6556
Foundation - Best Face Forward - Website Brings New Resources to Patients and Professionals 6582
Foundation - 2004 Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Financial Report 6729
Fellowships - Report from the First Canadian ASG Fellow 8882
Adieu - Dr. Donald Edward Sweet 8547
 

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