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2014 Call for Abstracts closes this month
COA
The call for abstracts and ICLs for the 2014 combined COA/AOA and CORS Annual Meeting closes this month on Sept. 30. The 2014 Annual Meeting will be held in Montreal from June 19-21 (CORA and COA Committee Day on June 18). Don't miss the call for abstracts deadline. Click here to submit now!

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La soumission des précis pour la Réunion annuelle 2014 se termine ce mois-ci
L'ACO
Vous avez jusqu'au 30 septembre pour soumettre des précis et proposer des conférences d'enseignement pour la Réunion annuelle de la Société de recherche orthopédique du Canada (SROC) et la Réunion annuelle conjointe 2014 de l'American Orthopaedic Association (AOA) et de l'ACO. La Réunion annuelle 2014 aura lieu du 19 au 21 juin, à Montréal (Réunion annuelle de l'Association canadienne des résidents en orthopédie [ACRO] et séances de travail des comités de l'ACO, le 18 juin). Soumettez vos précis avant qu'il ne soit trop tard en cliquant ici dès maintenant.
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Calling all researchers!
COA
The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation invites applications for:

The J. Edouard Samson Award
The premier award for orthopaedic research in Canada, the $15,000 J. Edouard Samson Award recognizes the best orthopaedic research over a period of five (5) years or more at a Canadian Centre.

The Canadian Orthopaedic Research Legacy (CORL) Grant
The award consists of a $20,000 grant to be used by the winner to further their research project.

The deadline for applications is October 31, 2013. Application forms, guidelines and instructions are available at www.canorth.org: click on About Us, then Research Awards and Grants.

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Invitation à tous les chercheurs en orthopédie!
L'ACO
La Fondation Canadienne d'Orthopédie acceptera les candidatures pour la bourse et le prix suivants :

Le Prix J.-Édouard-Samson, commandité
Principal prix canadien en recherche orthopédique, le Prix J. Édouard-Samson, d'une valeur de quinze mille dollars (15 000 $), reconnaît la meilleure recherche en orthopédie menée sur une période d'au moins cinq (5) ans dans un centre canadien.

La bourse de l'Héritage de la recherche orthopédique au Canada (HROC)
La bourse de vingt mille dollars (20 000 $) du HROC permet au lauréat de poursuivre ses recherches.

La date limite de soumission des candidatures est le 31 octobre 2013. Les formulaires de soumission et lignes directrices sont disponibles à www.canorth.org. Cliquez d'abord sur « À propos de nous , puis sur « Bourses de recherche et prix spéciaux ».

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Is there an orthopaedic position available in your centre?
COA
Advertise it for free on the COA's Community Portal. If a full-time or locum opportunity is available in your centre, send the information along to cynthia@canorth.org to have it posted at no charge on www.coacommunityportal.com.
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Y a-t-il des possibilités d'emploi dans votre centre?
L'ACO
Faites-en gratuitement l'annonce grâce au portail communautaire de l'ACO. Si un poste à temps plein ou une suppléance s'ouvre à votre centre, veuillez envoyer les détails à cynthia@canorth.org afin qu'ils soient affichés sans frais sur www.coacommunityportal.com.
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The Canadian medical profession is facing major upheaval
The Globe and Mail
"I don't think there's ever been a greater time for our profession to shine than right now," Louis Francescutti, the new president of the Canadian Medical Association, said at the outset of his inaugural address at the 146th annual meeting of the CMA. There are 78,000 doctors in Canada; that is more than there ever has been, in raw numbers and per capita. Physician income has climbed steadily in recent years; in some parts of the profession, gross income is up 30 per cent over the past decade.
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Medical attention has its benefits overseas
The Vancouver Sun
There's an old travellers' adage that says, "When you get sick overseas, get on the first plane out and fly home for quality health care." Those days are long gone. Based on my own experiences — and those of the many Europeans and travellers I've met — it seems that if you're travelling in Europe and need medical help, you're generally in capable hands.
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Blessures de la cheville : en images
Medscape
Les blessures de la cheville sont les plus fréquentes lors des activités sportives et récréatives. Quels sont les signes immanquables pour différentier les entorses et les fractures ? Quelles blessures nécessitent une chirurgie ?
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Un scanneur 3D montre les effets des talons sur les pieds
La Presse
Des chercheurs britanniques ont créé un scanneur 3D permettant de visualiser le pied dans ses talons préférés pour en comprendre les répercussions sur la santé, un résultat saisissant. Des experts du Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital de North London ont recours à une nouvelle technologie pour inspecter le pied et la cheville en trois dimensions. Ils espèrent que ce nouveau scanneur, appelé PedCAT 3-D, transformera notre manière de soigner les problèmes médicaux qui découlent du port de hauts talons.
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Didn't attend the COA 2013 Annual Meeting? Catch up
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If you missed the Annual Meeting this year, there's still time to access the valuable content that was presented at the event. The COA Live Learning Center connects you to recordings of our most informative educational sessions so you can experience the latest industry education. If you're a COA member, you can take full advantage of your membership with complimentary session recordings until Nov. 13, 2013. Not a COA member? You can purchase recordings for only $99!

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Doctors: Canadian healthcare needs structural changes or else
Metro News
Programs to curb hospital wait times have had little effect on five key trouble spots said a physicians group as it issued a report saying "progress has stalled" for Canada's health care system.

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How to loosen up hospital wait times? Here's what medical specialists recommend
Ottawa Citizen
The Wait Time Alliance, which represents physicians in more than a dozen medical specialties across Canada, has pondered this complicated question. The group found some answers in a report from the Organisation for Economic Development, which looked at what other industrialized countries were doing to untangle wait-time knots.

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