20th Annual New Technology in Upper Extremity Surgery: The Cutting Edge With Advancing Translational Research


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Hand and Wrist Biomechanics International (HWBI) Symposium


Cleveland, Ohio, USA

June 14-17, 2020

For Hand & Upper Extremity Surgeons-Therapists-Researchers


Hindsight-Foresight 20-20

An Invitation

We are pleased to announce we will be hosting the 20th Annual New Technology in Upper Extremity Surgery: The Cutting Edge With Translational Research together with Hand and Wrist Biomechanics International (HWBI) Symposium in Cleveland, Ohio, June 14-17, 2020.

As is usual at this meeting we will explore what is new and on the horizon, in some cases, challenge the status quo, and maybe even questioning what is “current dogma" in Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery and Research. We will look back over 20 years of providing a glimpse into the future of technology in our clinical and scientific sphere, evaluate what has transpired and peer into the future to evaluate directions in which we need to pursue answers to unsolved questions.

We will continue to hold our Alan Wilde Residents/Fellows/Postdoc Research Symposium for trainees to share their current cutting edge research to open our program on Day 1 (Sunday, June 14). The best two papers in each of the clinical and basic research categories will be awarded and be presented during the plenary session during the next 3 days.

We will ask some of our well-known long term faculty to review some of their predictions from the past, evaluate the fruit of those predictions, and provide insight into where our profession needs to go in the next 20 years. We will again have morning didactic lectures covering all aspects of hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, and shoulder pathological problems, surgical options, and scientific research. Afternoons will provide concurrent anatomy, surgery hands-on workshops for surgeons, splinting and hands-on workshops for therapists, and sessions for biomechanics researchers. We anticipate a unique collegial and intellectual interchange of surgical, rehabilitation, and scientific ideas.

Individual and group invitations to participate will be sent out shortly with specific requests for topics, and in a few cases for specific charges to prepare key presentations.

We look forward to your participation and contribution to this unique landmark event.


William H. Seitz, Jr, MD, Co-Chair

Zong-Ming Li, PhD, Co-Chair

Meeting Flyer

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Key Dates

2019-12-15 Abstract submission open2020-02-25 Deadline for abstract submission2020-03-25 Notification of abstract acceptance2020-05-15 Deadline for pre-registration2020-06-14 Arrival and sessions2020-06-15 Sessions2020-06-16 Sessions2020-06-17 Sessions and departure

Abstract Submission

- Download the HWBI Abstract Instructions.- Follow the Instructions to fill out the Submission Form- Use the Abstract Template to prepare the Abstract.- Email Abstract (and Submission Form as one word file) to hwbicontact@gmail.com- Send one abstract per email.- Add Subject line with text “HWBI” and title of abstract.- Limit each submission file within 5MB.- Submit before the deadline February 25, 2020.

Presentation Format

Poster presentation is required for each accepted paper. A poster should be no larger than 80 cm x 160 cm (31.5 in x 63 in). Additional Podium Presentations (10 min each) and Thematic Short Talks (3 min each) will be featured. Please check your preference in the Abstract Submission Form.

Awards

Competition for Awards is available to students, postdocs, residents and fellows. The awards are sponsored by the International Society of Biomechanics, Hand and Wrist Biomechanics International, and William H. Seitz, MD, Research Fund. If you are an eligible trainee interested in applying for one of these scholarships, please indicate on your abstract submission that you are requesting to be considered. - Basic Science Awards (First and Second Places) - Clinical Science Awards (First and Second Places) - Poster Awards (First and Second Places)

Program

2020-06-14, Sunday, Arrival, Student/Resident/Fellow Symposium2020-06-15, Monday, Keynotes, Presentations, Workshops2020-06-16, Tuesday, Keynotes, Presentations, Workshops2020-06-17, Wednesday, Keynotes, Departure

Invited Speakers

25-30 faculty speakersCutting edge surgery, rehabilitation, and research

Registration

Coming soon

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Venue

Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital Castele Learning Center1730 West 25th StreetCleveland, OH 44113

Hotel Reservations

Room reservations are made directly with with the Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown by telephone (877-782-9444). Callers can give reference of “Lutheran Hospital” or say “Group Code LUH” to get special rate; All reservations must be guaranteed by with a credit card.Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Cleveland1100 Carnegie AvenueCleveland, Ohio 44115http://www.clevelanddowntown.stayhgi.com

Contact

Mary Intorcio, Program ManagerCastele Learning CenterCleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital1730 West 25th StreetCleveland, Ohio 44113Phone: 216-523-7021Fax: 216-523-7022mainto@ccf.org