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Shoulder and Elbow8th Leicester Shoulder Trauma Symposium, Salvage: What to do when things go wrong?
Friday, May 5, 2017 - 09:00 to 17:00
College Court, Knighton Road, Leicester LE2 3UF
Type of course: 
Mrs. Elaine James, Course Administrator, Research Administrator, Academic Team of Musculoskeletal Surgery, Undercroft (nr Ward 28), Leicester General Hospital, Gwendolen Road, Leicester LE5 4PW
Telephone Number: 
0116 258 4702
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A one-day meeting intended to provide an overview on the current management of shoulder trauma. It will address the problems encountered in everyday management of fractures around the shoulder and provide delegates the opportunity to share the views and experience of leaders in the field.
The course is aimed at all Orthopaedic Surgeons having an interest in managing shoulder trauma.
The course will be in the form of interactive lectures with tips on practical management by experts in the field. There will be ample time for discussions and addressing problems and pitfalls encountered in practical management.
Responding to feedback received from our previous meetings, 1.5 hours have been devoted for workshops.

Topics Covered:
• Non union of proximal humerus fractures
• Malunion of greater tuberosity and proximal humerus fractures
• Failed fixation of proximal humerus fractures
• Infections following fixation
• The painful hemiarthroplasty
• The dislocating hemiarthroplasty
• Periprosthetic fractures
• Malunion, nonunion and failed fixation of clavicle fractures
• Chronic AC joint dislocation and failed AC joint stabilization
• Orthobiologics
• WORKSHOP on Reverse Shoulder arthroplasty and fracture prosthesis

External Faculty
Prof Ulrich Brunner, Munich, Germany
Prof Andrew Carr, Oxford, UK
Dr. Philippe Clavert, Strasbourg, France
Dr. Sanjay Desai, Mumbai, India
Dr. Jeno Kiss, Budapest, Hungary
Prof Ian Trail, Wrightington, UK