Course schedule: Tuesday, May 10 - The wonders of bone healing (Introduction/Moderation by Theodore Miclau, MD) Bone repair: Unlocking the clues of a remarkable process (Chelsea Bahney, PhD) Stem cell therapies: How far away are we? (Chelsea Bahney, PhD) Tuesday, May 17 - Mending the injured: How are fractures treated? (Introduction/Moderation by Amir Matityahu, MD) Non-surgical treatment: Why dont I see many casts anymore? (Jeremy Larouche, MD) Fixing fractures: Modern day carpentry or technological wizardry? (Saam Morshed, MD) Tuesday, May 24 - The broken arm: How are the most common injuries treated? (Introduction/Moderation by Nicholas Lee, MD) Shoulder and Elbow (Utku Kandemir, MD) Wrist (Nicole Schroeder, MD) Tuesday, May 31 - Fractures in an Aging Population (Introduction/Moderation by Trigg McClellan, MD) Prepare your bones!: Managing osteoporosis and its complications (Eric Meinberg, MD) The broken hip: Are joint replacements the answer? (Paul Toogood, MD) Tuesday, June 7 - Living with limb-loss: Advances in amputation medicine (Introduction/Moderation by Monara Dini, DPH) Rehabilitation after a traumatic amputation (Lisa Pascual, MD) The artificial limb: What new treatments are available? (Aarti Deshpande, CPO) Tuesday, June 14 - Bone injuries around the world: A new perspective (Introduction/Moderation by Richard Coughlin, MD) Trauma: A growing global epidemic (David Shearer, MD) Making differences that are built to last (Amber Caldwell, MSc) To Register Online: http://ucsfcme.com/minimedicalschool/ ?#?OrthoResearch? #orthotrauma @ Do you have any comments on this story? Join the conversation on our Facebookand Twitterpages.
UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public
JOIN US! UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public ( Presented by the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine) BONES AND JOINTS: INJURY AND REPAIR Tuesday evenings, May 10 - June 14, 7:00 to 8:30 pm UCSFs Parnassus Campus, School of Nursing Building, 513 Parnassus Avenue