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IBRA Resident Course

Basic Principles in Surgical Treatment from the Forefoot to the Ankle

Postponed - a new course date will be announced as soon as possible
Date: Saturday, July 17, 2021
Division: Lower Limbs
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Language: English
Participants: 28
Level: Advanced
Programm_Melbourne_2021_v09-06-2021_4.pdf (1.04 MB)  Last update: 09.06.2021
Mr. Tim Schneider, Melbourne, Australia 
Mr. James O’Sullivan, Newcastle, Australia

(in alphabetical order)
Dr. Jason Chow, Penrith AUS
Mr. Will Edwards, Richmond, AUS
Dr. James O’Sullivan, Lambton, AUS
Mr. Sasha Roshan-Zamir, Melbourne, AUS
Mr. Tim Schneider, Melbourne, AUS
Mr. David Shepherd, Melbourne, AUS

Course Fee incl. Tax

IBRA Full Member

USD 125                                                                          

Non- / Basic Member (IBRA)

USD 250


Educational hours

Theoretical Part on Saturday, July 17 - 160 min
Practical Part on Saturday, July 17 - 235 min
Total: 6,5h


Target audience
Recommended for residents and physicians in sub-specialty training.

Main specialty of the event
The course offers the basics in clinical diagnostics, treatment and follow-up. The focus is on state-of-the-art surgical techniques.


Educational needs
Starts with clinical anatomy. Based on expressed needs by participants of previous courses and events (evaluations), residents and physicians in training request and appreciate „hands-on“ workshops, explanations of experts, the exchange with a variety of faculty as well as discussions with peers about clinical cases.


Expected educational outcomes
Consolidate the knowledge of classifications and most useful approaches. increase the spectrum of skills dealing with standard surgeries. Learning tips and tricks (alternatively: handy hints) in applying techniques and conducting operations.

Nature of the event
Standard procedures and interesting cases are introduced in lectures and contain case studies and discussions. After that, a cad lab workshop follows the theoretical sessions. Each approach is usually explained by a corresponding educational video explained by a faculty member. Methods to promote active learning Multimedia presentations; time for question & answer sessions and discussion; cadaver workshop with helpful hints shown by faculty members. 

International audience

Main language of the event
The official language is English.


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