The 2022 COA/CORS/CORA Annual Meeting

COA/CORS/CORA Program Information

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2022 Featured Subspecialty: The COA highlights different subspecialties with the objective of elevating educational content and engaging underrepresented and smaller subspecialties. This year, orthopaedic oncology will be the featured subspecialty. Programming will include a case-based Roundtable Session and a Tumour/Trauma symposium on osseointegration techniques for lower extremity amputees, in addition to highlighting tumour research.

Hybrid Program

The Virtual Meeting program option includes select live streamed and on demand plenary session symposia, Opening Ceremonies and access to all eposters.  Registrations attending the in person meeting have access to eposters and on demand recorded sessions.

The following sessions will be live streamed through a virtual meeting platform with recorded session available on demand.  Subject to changes, see full program for times and details.

Wed June 8 – Opening Ceremonies

Thurs June 9 – 3 Symposia

    • Rising to the Challenge: Models of Efficiency Resulting from COVID-19
    • International Voices Roundtable – Challenges, Commonalities, and Relevance to Global Orthopaedics
    • Knowledge Translation through Collaboration – COA/CORS/COF

Fri June 10 – 3 Symposia

    • Redefining the “Community” Surgeon
    • Your COA Session: Business Meeting, New Projects Launch, RI Harris Lecturer, Transfer of Office Ceremony
    • Meeting Highlights Paper Session

Annual Meeting Learning Objectives:

By participating in the COA / CORS / CORA Meeting, participants will:

  • Review and evaluate the results of clinical advances in the diagnosis and management of common orthopaedic diseases in the areas of traumatology, arthroplasty, foot and ankle, upper extremity, hand and wrist, spine, sports medicine, paediatrics, and tumour.
  • Update and expand their understanding of the advances in basic science research in musculoskeletal health and disease, and apply this understanding to current clinical challenges and the improvement of patient outcomes.
  • Establish strategies that balance both benefit and risk in the care of specific orthopaedic maladies and describe the expected patient outcomes.
  • Gain knowledge of innovative ideas from thought leaders in the major subspecialties.
  • Benefit from opportunities to strengthen professional relationships.
  • Compare and evaluate the latest in orthopaedic equipment and services.
  • Discover the ways orthopaedic care is provided in different countries.
  • Describe the importance of diversity in orthopaedics.