OCTOBER 12 – OCTOBER 15
The 2022 OTA Annual Meeting taking place in Tampa, Florida with more than 400 orthopaedic trauma surgeon presenters, moderators, and authors sharing their expertise, experience and perspectives. In addition to podium presentations offering cutting edge science in the general session room, there will be a number of smaller, limited-attendance sessions offering interactive and engaging educational settings.
Attendees can also take advantage of a daily industry-sponsored breakfast and a technical tricks discussion forum, while throughout the meeting there will also be four main symposia, 20 clinical breakout sessions, and over 200 posters in the exhibit hall. Dr. David Helfet has been announced as this year’s Border Lecturer. The Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) Annual Meeting is for the benefit of orthopaedic trauma surgeons and related allied health care professionals.
Meeting highlights included:
- Twenty breakout sessions including a variety of topics such as controversies in talus, ankle and plafond, osteoporotic fractures, solutions for long bone defects, soft tissue reconstruction, pelvic fracture management, and many others.
- 74 high quality podium presentations, including a session of highlight papers reflecting practice-changing research, and over 200 posters.
- Industry symposia showcasing products, demonstrating techniques and/or presenting research offered at three convenient times.
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