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Online Consultation Corner

Attend these live webinars with colleagues and consultants to discuss submitted cases and recommended treatment options.

The consultants will present and discuss submitted cases and some from their own experience for maximum benefit of all the participants during the webinar.  Don’t miss an opportunity to consult with colleagues and mentors on one of your difficult cases.

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From: 04/21/2014 To: 04/21/2014

9:00 PM Eastern (8:00 PM Central, 6:00 PM Pacific)

Case Submission 


Participants are encouraged (but not required) to submit their own cases for discussion during this live webinar.  
 
To submit a case for consideration, send the case history, related images (with a reference guide) and specific question(s) related to the case to Jessica at meetings@assh.org.

Stay Tuned for future 2014 topics and dates announcements.

Faculty:
A. Lee Osterman, MD
Neil F. Jones, MD
Thomas E. Trumble, MD
Co-chair(s):
Scott D. Lifchez, MD
This is not a CME activity.  No CME credits will be awarded for participation.
This is a free activity for ASSH members.  Register for this program via GoToWebinar: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/469693647

Registration is open to ASSH Members only but limited to 100 participants. There is no fee for this activity and it is available on a first-come/first-served basis. 

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Recordings

Recordings of previous OCC webinars are available in Hand-e.

  • Scapholunate Instability
  • Thumb CMC Arthritis
  • Kienbock's Disease
  • PIP Fracture Dislocations 

 

 

About the OCC

The Online Consultation Corner (OCC) is intended to make the popular Clinical Consultation Corner from the Annual Meeting into a program that can be accessed remotely.  

Participating members provide challenging cases with specific questions about diagnosis and management.  Cases on the same general topic are presented in a 60 minute review and case discussion to help member participants learn about a specific area of upper extremity care and surgery.

All participants are encouraged to submit cases, and all members, even those without a case to submit, are invited to participate in dialogue and ask questions.  Unlike a standard webinar, the topics and cases are participant-driven within a dynamic environment that encourages audience participation. 


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