Shoulder concepts - Arthroscopy, arthroplasty & fractures
|Date de parution||1 juillet 2014|
|Dimension||16 x 24|
Descriptif détaillé : Shoulder concepts - Arthroscopy, arthroplasty & fractures
Time flies! If I think that two years have passed since the last edition of the Nice Shoulder Course, and more than ten since the first edition, I can hardly believe it. Time flies when a lot of interesting things happen, and there is no time to stop or slow down, because things change and go ahead.
And when I look back on the more than ten years since the first edition, I am happy to see that things have changed, and that we were able to say new things that have become common practice today.
This is what keeps the Nice Shoulder Course a thrilling experience each and every edition. That we have the chance and honor to gather the opinion leaders of our specialty around a relatively small event compared to large international congresses.
Judging from the feedback of our particpants, our aim has been attained for both the participants and the faculty, both tell us that they go home having learned (yes, even the Faculty). All say that they particularly appreciate the high level of exchange, the density and the proximity of the course.
In keeping with our traditions, this new edition will again be very intense. It will be as intense as it’s preparation was.
I am very grateful to our Faculty, that they have agreed to share their knowledge with us, my assistants and colleagues who have spent long (and intense) hours behind the scientific work, to all our collaborators and the small, but very efficient team that manages the oh, so many and diverse aspects of this event, and without whom this course would not be what it is.
Thank you, our participants, for your faithfulness and continuing interest. It is always with great joy that we see names that have become familiar over the years, and it is with just as much joy that we see the new ones. The number of names that have become familiar grows each year and this year we had to close the registrations well before the course.
Last but not least, thank you to all the patients who presented to us with some shoulder pathology ; they all taught us something through all these years!
I do hope that you will enjoy the course, as much as reading this book!
Pascal Boileau, MD