Workshop on Infections after Fracture Fixation (IFF)

Course Information

Knee Prosthesis

It is our pleasure to invite you to our Workshop on Infections after Fracture Fixation. After successful organization of over 30 Workshops on Prosthetic Joint Infection (PJI) since 2010, we added this new topic based on your suggestions.

Implant-associated infections occur in up to 10% after fracture fixation. Bacteria grow on medical devices as biofilm, making them difficult to detect and hard to eradicate. Infections after fracture fixation cause considerable morbidity and healthcare costs. An efficient management concept can significantly improve the outcome and life quality of patients.

The Workshop on Infections after Fracture Fixation (IFF) provides an up-to-date information and a practical approach to manage infections after fracture fixation. Emphasis is put on interdisciplinary teamwork, open discussions and practical advice for the daily clinical work. Case discussions and interactive lectures were specially designed to interact and share experience between speakers and participants. 

The course is a mix of lectures by expert scientists in the domain, interactive case discussion and practical (hands-on) workshops.

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To review, update and advance the theoretical and practical knowledge in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of bone and implant-associated infections. At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to generate a rational and efficient management plan based on modern principles.  

Duration: 1 day x 8 hours = 8 hours

Places and Dates:

  • Berlin, Germany: October 1, 2018
Language: English

Target 
Audience:

 Clinicians and life-science researchers with advanced knowledge and interest in implant-associated infections of the following specialties (or enrolled in an educational program):

  • Trauma, orthopedic or related surgeons dealing with bone and implant-associated infections after fracture
  • Internal medicine (micro)biology, infectious diseases or related fields dealing with biofilms and antibiotics
  • Pharmacy, pharmacology or related fields dealing with pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics

Ideally a complementary team (pair) from individual institutions should attend the same workshop, i.e. orthopedic/trauma surgeon and microbiologist/infectious diseases specialist.  

Group Size:

40 - 50 attendees

Structure:
  • Theoretical part 
  • Case discussion 
  • Practical (hands-on) workshop 
  • Discussion & Summary 

Organization/

Lecturers:

Andrej Trampuz 3 WS JUN 2015 200

  • Dr. Andrej Trampuz (Berlin, Germany)
Course Fees:

390 €. Early bird registration (at least 30 days before the course): 350 €.

Course fee is not subject to taxation according to § 4 Nr. 22a German tax Act, UStG. 

Course fee covers workshop, Pocket Guide on IFF (available in English and German), workshop materials on the web portal, mobile app, certificate, coffee breaks and lunches at the workshop.

Dinner, flight and hotel accommodation are not included.

Refund Policy:

Confirmed participants who do not cancel and do not attend are liable for the entire fee unless organizer is notified in advance.

Certificate/

Credits:

A confirmation of attendance (certificate) will be issued at the end of the workshop.  Workshops have been submitted for accreditation by Ärztekammer Berlin.

For German participants: Please bring your barcode for the recognition of your credits by the Ärztekammer Berlin.

Confirmation:

Workshop registration is not complete until full payment has been received. Successful workshop registration will be confirmed by e-mail.

Accomodation:

All hotel bookings must be arranged by participants themselves. However, a special rate (€89-€119) for Workshop participants is available at Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Mitte (4-star)

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To get a special rate starting from €89 please use one of following booking options using promotion word IMPLANT

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Cancellation: The organizer reserves the right to change the program without prior notice or to cancel the workshop; in the event of cancellation, a full refund will be provided.
Venue:

Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus
Luisenstraße 58/59
10117 Berlin, Germany

More information on how to reach the venue you can find here

Local Public Transport:

You can reach the venue in Berlin by using public transport BVG:

  • U6 - "Oranienburger Tor" or "Friedrichstraße"
  • S-Bahn: Lines S1; S2; S25; S5; S7; S75 - "Friedrichstraße"
  • Tram 12; M1 - "Oranienburger Tor" or "Friedrichstraße"
  • Bus 147 - "Charité - Campus Mitte"
Dinner Venue:

Das Meisterstück
Hausvogteiplatz 3-4
10117 Berlin

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