EMSOS WORKSHOP – Training Days

Workshops on Wednesday (12 June 2024)

Workshop 1:

9:00–12:00 | Rega Room

Title: "DEDICATED LOCKING PLATES AS AN ALTERNATIVE IN THE WRIST SURGERY PROCEDURES – 4CF AND LUNATE FACET RADIUS PLATE"

Supported by      

Chairs: Piotr Puchalski, Zbigniew Szlosser

Department of Plastics, Endrocrine and General Surgery of Pomeranian Medical University. Szczecin, Poland

Fee: 80 EUR
Number of places is limited.

Workshop 2:

9:00–12:00 | Oder Room

Title: ”PRINCIPLES OF DIAGNOSIS AND SURGICAL TREATMENT OF SPINAL METASTASES”

Supported by

 

Chairs: Krzysztof Antoniak, Konrad Dobiecki, Miłosz Brykczyński

Department of Orthopaedics, Traumatology and Musculoskeletal Oncology. Pomeranian Medical University of Szczecin, Poland


Workshop programme:

Spine biopsy – when, how and where? Diagnostic recommendations and management of spinal tumors presentation – 15 min.
MSCC – separation surgery – 15 min.
Course Participants' Clinical Case Discussion – 30 min. 
SeaSpine’s 7D FLASH Navigation System for spinal surgery 45–60 min.
Oncology in the Surgery of the Spine – state of art – 15 min.
 

Fee: 80 EUR
Number of places is limited.

Workshops on Thursday (13 June 2024)

Workshop 3:

9:00–12:00 | Rega Room

PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT ASPECTS IN MUSCULOSKELETAL ONCOLOGY

Title: ”INTEGRATING MIND AND BODY: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO CANCER TREATMENT”

Chairs: Patrycja Kociakowska, Krzysztof Dryl

Department of Orthopaedics, Traumatology and Musculoskeletal Oncology. Pomeranian Medical University of Szczecin, Poland

Free of charge, registration is needed.
Number of places is limited.

●      To highlight the importance of holistic care in cancer treatment, emphasizing the integration of mind and body. Advocating towards interdisciplinary cooperation as a standard in oncological care. 

●      To showcase the challenges and triumphs experienced by patients and their families throughout the cancer timeline.

●      To introduce strategies for treating traumatic experiences as a pathway to positive changes and resilience.

 

SCOPE:

●      Introduction: Overview of the presentation's objectives and structure.

●      Cancer Timeline:

a.      Doctor’s Comment: Insights into medical diagnosis, treatment options, and recovery milestones.

b.     Patient Family’s Comment: Emotional reflections on the impact of cancer diagnosis and treatment on family dynamics, incl. challenges they face on the journey.

●      Deep dive into psychology, incl. insights into the human mind's response to trauma and coping mechanism and showing recent studies on how trauma can be a catalyst for positive changes and resilience.

●      Conclusion: This presentation aims to shed light on the significance of treating cancer patients as whole individuals, advocating for interdisciplinary cooperation. By providing a specialized case study combined with a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by patients and their families, the presentation offers a broad spectrum for further analysis. Authors, with their interdisciplinary perspective, offer strategies for resilience, showcasing a path to boost the quality of cancer treatment and improve patient outcomes.

 

Workshop 4:

9:00–12:00 | Oder Room

Title: ”REHABILITATION STANDARDS IN THE TREATMENT OF ONCOLOGICAL PATIENT”

Chairs:

Katarzyna Żułtak-Bączkowska

Regional Hospice Center, Szczecin, Poland

 

Ilze Vindele

Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Medical University of Riga, Latvia

Free of charge, registration is needed.
Number of places is limited.