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EVENTS MARCH 2018

21-23 March 2018, BritSpine 2018; Leeds, UK

Welcome note from the BritSpine 2018 hosts We are delighted to be hosting BritSpine 2018 in the diverse and vibrant cultural city of Leeds, located in the heart of the

APRIL 2018 EVENTS

26-27 April 2018 – EUROSPINE Spring Specialty Meeting 2018; Austria

EUROSPINE Spring Specialty Meeting: Prevention Strategies of Spinal Disability: A Global Burden and A Concern for All Communities Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen Course Chairs: Margareta Nordin, Michael Ogon and Pierre

EVENTS NOVEMBER 2017

30 November–2 December 2017 – DWG German Spine Congress 2017; Stuttgart

President of DWG 2017 Christian Knop welcomes colleagues and delegates to the German Spine Congress 2017, in Stuttgart, taking place from 30 November to 2 December 2017   Dear colleagues

EVENTS MARCH 2018

16–17 March 2018; European Spine Journal: Meet the Experts 2018; Spain

Spine Sciences Forum – Meet the Experts Two Decades of Sagittal Balance Dear Colleagues and Friends, The promotion of quality management is essential. Treatment outcome assessment, research outcomes, guidelines, best

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6–7 June 2018 – The European Neuro Convention; London

The European Neuro Convention will be visited by 2,000 brain an spine experts on the 6 & 7 June 2018 and is Europe’s only trade show dedicated to the Neurology sector. The

EVENTS NOVEMBER 2017

22 November–1 December 2017, CCN Review; Krakow, Poland

The Comprehensive Clinical Neurosurgery (CCN) is designed to review neurosurgery in the most dynamic and interactive manner based on case management by leading world experts. The course will offer up

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8 February 2017 – Improving Data Quality in the National Joint Registry: Regional Event; West Bromwich

The National Joint Registry is calling all staff in both the NHS and independent sector alike who are involved with the NJR – for example, from pre-assessment units, theatre, data

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20–24 February 2017 – Surgical training for austere environments; London

This interactive five-day course will provide you with an understanding of the decision making strategies that have proven effective in surgical settings in austere conditions. By the end of the

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12–14 December 2016 – AOSpine Davos Courses 2016; Switzerland

Dear colleagues, On behalf of the AO Foundation and AOSpine, I would like to welcome you to the Davos Courses 2016—the AO Foundation’s annual educational flagship. The Davos Courses is

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25 November 2016 – GECO Spine Course: Update on artificial disc replacement 2016; France

Dear friends and colleagues of GECO, It is with a great pleasure that we will welcome you on November 26th 2016 for a meeting devoted to the evolution of disc replacement surgery: