Time Grand Ballroom Pelican Room
0730 – 1700 REGISTRATION
0800 – 1000
Opening Ceremony
0800 Opening Address –David Chua, President, SOA
0810 Address – Edward Wang, President, AOA
0825 Plenary Lecture – The Canadian Orthopaedic Trauma Society: Transforming Trauma Care – Michael McKee
0910 N Balachandran Lecture – Vincent Mosca
1000 – 1030 Coffee Break
1030 – 1200
Symposium 1 – Trauma In An Aging Population
1030 Augmentation and Fixation Strategies in the Elderly – Norbert Suhm
1050 Nailing Fractures in the Elderly: Is it a Good Idea? – Martin Hessman
1110 Pelvi-acetabular Fractures in the Elderly – Should We still be Treating Them Conservatively? Michael Blauth
1130 Adjuvant Medical Therapies in Osteoporotic Fracture Management – What is Their Role? – Norbert Suhm
1150 Q & A
1200 – 1300 Lunch Symposium (sponsored by GSK)
Targeted Therapy for Osteoporosis-current Status
Leong Keng Hong
 
1300 – 1400 SOA Lecture
The Evolution of Total Elbow Replacement in Complex Elbow Trauma: Why, When and How?
Bernard Morrey
1400 – 1530
Symposium 2 – Improving Outcomes in Polytrauma
1400 Rsuscitative Measures in Polytrauma Patients – Jonathan Tan
1420 The First 24 Hours in Trauma Care Makes all the Difference – Martin Hessman
1440 Complex Pelvic Injuries in Polytrauma Patients – Johannes Rueger
1500 How Do We Avoid “Trauma Burnout?” – Michael McKee
1520 Q & A
1530 – 1600 Coffee Break
1600 – 1700 Free Paper Session 1  Free Paper Session 2