Issue 77

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In this issue:

  • Dividends, Lies and the Tape: Whither Earnings Trends?
  • Treatment of Disc Herniation
  • Staying Up to Date - Using Google Reader and RSS Feeds


Programmes - Dalhousie University PDF Print E-mail

Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Training Programme
Dalhousie University
Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery

Programme Director: William M. Oxner, M.D., FRCSCdal_logo.jpg
Division Head: J. David Amirault, M.D., FRCSC

The Dalhousie University Residency Training Programme in Orthopaedics began in the late 1960's under the leadership of Dr. Reginald H. Yabsley. Since that time, the size of the programme has increased with new residents entering the programme annually. In addition to the residents selected through the CaRMS match, the programme has trained orthopaedic surgeons sponsored by rural hospitals, the Armed Forces and foreign countries. The faculty has grown to 16 members, and all the major subspecialty categories are well represented.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 October 2007 08:13
Adieu PDF Print E-mail

We regret to advise that we have lost the following members. Our sincere condolences are extended to their families and friends.

Dr. Walter P. Bobechko

Dr. Roderick P. MacKenzie

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 October 2007 08:09
Fellowships - CFBS Travelling Fellowship PDF Print E-mail

CFBS Travelling Fellowship
Octobre - Novembre 2006

Luc Bédard, MD, FRCSC
CHA Enfant-Jsus Qubec
Qubec (Qubec)

En partant en fellow, je doutais un peu de la valeur orthopdique de la chose, m'attendant plus faire du tourisme que de la science... et j'ai t fort surpris. Ce fellow aura t le thtre d'agrables rencontres et de belles dcouvertes, tout en tant fort intressant orthopdiquement parlant. Je vous raconte....

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 December 2009 21:30
IT- Have You Ever Wanted to Comment on a COA Bulletin Article? PDF Print E-mail

Have You Ever Wanted to Comment on a COA Bulletin Article?

Christian Veillette, M.D., FRCSC
Rochester, MN

Now you can.

The purpose of the comment system for the online version of the COA Bulletin (COA eBulletin) is to encourage member interaction and engage in discussion on these articles. Many of the topics in the Forum and Themes sections of the COA Bulletin are purposely chosen for their current relevance and continued controversy. Editorial and Info articles are written on prominent issues facing orthopaedic surgeons in Canada. The ability to allow COA Members to augment these articles with additional viewpoints, knowledge or relevant literature provides an excellent collaborative learning opportunity.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 October 2007 12:13
IT - Staying Up To Date Using Google Reader and RSS Feeds PDF Print E-mail

Staying Up To Date - Using Google Reader and RSS Feeds

Christian Veillette, M.D., M.Sc., FRCSC
Rochester, MN

Myles Clough, M.D., FRCSC
Kamloops, BC

The following article is an excerpt from a workshop on Orthopaedic Informatics conducted by Drs. Veillette and Clough for orthopaedic staff and residents at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 January 2008 12:21
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