Our fourth online event focused on treatment for fracture-related infections in Low-income Countries (LICs).
The clinical research course organized by the AO Foundation and the AO Alliance for HCPs was the first of its kind in Malawi and a tremendous success.
French-speaking West and Central Africa unite for orthopedic trauma faculty education training by the AO Alliance Foundation.
At the 5th Africa EMF, AOA led a session on trauma burden in the region; factors that could help address the epidemic and provide care were identified.
Dr Michael Wren (Australia) shares his insights as part of the faculty of an important orthopedic training course in Addis Ababa.
AOA raised awareness for Nepal Country Initiative at ORTHOCON 2017, met with Nepal MoH and other key players to plan a needs assessment in mid-2017.
Cascading PTC courses may be an effective model in delivering trauma training in low-resource settings.
Long-term international collaborations with KCH in orthopedic training have great potential to reduce deaths and prevent disability.
Dr Tongai Chitsamatanga from Zimbabwe writes about his first AO Davos Courses experience in Switzerland in December 2016.