37 Orthopaedic Myths – All cleared up!
Learn more about skeletal problems and work with your doctor to improve your bone health!
We may encounter various skeletal, muscle and joint problems in our daily lives, but have you taken them seriously and dealt with them promptly? To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Department, we specially compiled this public education book which addresses 37 common misconceptions about skeletal problems. The book is simple and easy to understand which is suitable for the general public to read. Learn more to protect your bone health!
Priced at $98, Coming soon in bookstores
本書內容 Table of Contents
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the programme is subject to change from time to time. Please re-visit the website for updated details.
26-28th November 2021
Cheung Kung Hai Conference Center, G/F, William MW Mong Block, 21 Sassoon Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Orthopaedic Surgery & Musculoskeletal Oncology: Technologies, Innovation & Beyond
You can register your interest for free to get the latest information of the event. Official registration will be announced at a later date.
Abstract Submission Instructions
Submission Deadline: 30 September 2021
Policies Governing Accepted Submissions:
- Abstracts must be submitted online by 30 September 2021 to be eligible for review by the Program Committee.
- Once an abstract is accepted, additional authors cannot be added.
- Acceptance or rejection letters and all future correspondence will be emailed to the Presenter listed on the Abstract Submission Form.
- The Presenter MUST be a past or current fellow of Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, the University of Hong Kong. The Presenter should be one of the authors.
- Abstracts not accepted for an oral presentation may be invited for an E-Poster presentation.
- The paper is to be original, unpublished work.
- The Program Committee reserves the right to withdraw a presentation/ E-Poster at any time.
- In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the programme is subject to change from time to time. Please re-visit the event website for updated details.
Instructions to complete abstract submission:
- TITLE: Be brief and indicate the nature of the study.
- Authors: A maximum of 6 co-authors can be submitted.
- CONTENT: The abstract must include four parts:
- Should clearly state the problem and the purpose of the study
- Should describe what was actually done
- Should contain the findings of the study and summarize the key findings
- Should be based upon the findings and relate to the stated purpose of the study and existing knowledge
- LENGTH: Type the abstract in English on the Electronic Submission Form (300 words max).
- SUBMISSIONS: An Electronic Submission Form is provided below for all submissions. The abstract submission deadline for is 30 September 2021.
- NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: The Program Committee will review the abstracts and notify the Presenter of acceptance by email by mid-October 2021. The Program Committee reserves the right to withdraw a presentation/ E-Poster at any time.
- REGISTRATION FEES: The registration fee will be waived for all abstracts accepted for oral presentation.
Each oral presentation will be approximately 3-5 minutes in length. The session is conducted in a hybrid format, either in-person or via the provided telecommunication link.
Those who choose to present in-person, standard audio-visual equipment include an LED screen for projection and Windows Computer. Personal laptops cannot be used for presentations.
|College / Association||Result: CME / CPD / Training Points|
|HKWC CNE / PEM Accreditation Panel||Pending|
|The Hong Kong College of Family Physicians||Pending|
|The Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons||Pending|
|Hong Kong College of Physicians||Pending|
|Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association Ltd.||Pending|
|Hong Kong Society of Certified Prosthetist-Orthotists||Pending|
|Non-specialists CME (DH/HKDU/HKAM/HKMA)||Pending|
|Occupational Therapists Board||Pending|
17th Hong Kong International Orthopaedic Forum
Professor Christopher AMES
University of California, San Francisco, USA
Professor Zsolt BALOGH
University of Newcastle, Australia
Professor In Ho CHOI
Chung-Ang University Medical Center, Korea
Professor Matthew DOBBS
Dobbs Clubfoot Center, The Paley Orthopaedic & Spine Institute, USA
Professor Youn-Soo PARK
Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
Associate Professor Tom WAINWRIGHT
Orthopaedic Research Institute, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
Dr. Sikandar HAYAT
Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar, Pakistan
Dr. Rajiv NEGANDHI
Aadhar Orthopedic Trauma & Super Speciality Pediatric Orthopedics Center, India
3rd HKU International Musculoskeletal Tumour Course
Associate Professor Andrea ANGELINI
University of Padova, Italy
Professor Wei Ming CHEN
National Yang-Ming University, Vice Superintendent of Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan
Professor Andreas LEITHNER
Medical University of Graz, Austria
Dr. Elisa PALA
University of Padova, Italy
Professor Xiao Hui NIU
Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Peking University, China
Professor Pietro RUGGIERI
University of Padova, Italy
Professor Jin WANG
Sun Yat-sen University, China
Dr. Lewis Chan (Chairman)
Dr. Albert Lam (Chairman)
Dr. Terence Pun (Co-Chairman)
Dr. Raymond Yau (Co-Chairman)
Dr. KH Ng
Dr. WY Ho
Dr. TM Wong
Dr. Paul Koljonen
Dr. Noah So
Dr. Chris Tang
Dr. Anderson Leung
Dr. Vincent Chan
Dr. Graham Shea
Dr. Peter Siu
Dr. Colin Yung
Dr. Janus Wong
Dr. Gabriel Leung
Ms. YF Fung
Ms. Winnie Koon
Ms. Kammy Law
Mr. Jazz Ma
Ms. Jacqueline Ng
Ms. Tiffany Yuen
From February to April 2021, HKU Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology will launch 10 episodes of “HKU Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology – 60th Anniversary Series ” with RTHK on Healthpedia.
The series aims to enhance public’s medical knowledge on orthopaedics, explain the development of medical treatments in the past decade and explore how the latest technology can be applied in the medical field.
Chan Ho Fai, Administrative Services Department, Queen Mary Hospital
Chow Yuen Kiu
Ip Pui Ky Peggy
Dr. Zhu Yun, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Hong Kong
A fund raising initiative for HKU O&T “Get Up and Walk” Campaign
The event, which is organised by Ignite Community Services, shall raise funds to support spinal cord injury patients, as well as patients with mobility issues, to “walk again” with the use of exoskeletons. Through this Challenge, Chi-wai also hopes to instil respect for people with disabilities and promote a more inclusive society.
ALL raised funds shall be matched by Lead Partner of this event CHINACHEM GROUP 1:1 up to HKD$3 million.