HAWAII ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATION

Upcoming events

    • 19 Apr 2024
    • 20 Apr 2024
    • Prince Waikiki
    Register

    Aloha! 

    We invite you to the Hawaii Orthopaedic Association’s 38th Annual Combined Orthopaedic Spring Symposium on April 19-20, 2024 at the Prince Waikiki.  The 2-day symposium is targeted to orthopaedic surgeons, residents, medical students and allied health professionals. This year we had over 80 participants each day in addition to the over 50 exhibitors and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again next year.

    Exhibits from orthopaedic and other medical companies are an integral part of the symposium. We hope you will participate and display your products or services to our orthopaedic surgeons and allied health professionals.  Click here for the conference prospectus. The exhibits and conference will be located in separate conference rooms as we have done in the past.

    The following is the tentative schedule for the set-up and display. 

    Friday, April 19, 2024

    5:00 am Setup 

    7:00 am -5:00 p.m. Exhibits Open


    Saturday, April 20, 2024

    6:30 am Setup 

    7:00 am - 1:00 pm Exhibits Open


    The exhibit fees are as follows: Premium tables (shown in blue) are $3,500  and all other tables (shown in yellow) are $2,500.  Both include continental breakfast on Friday and Saturday, lunch on Friday and snacks for two company representatives.  The fee for any additional representatives is $200.00 per person.  Company name or logo will be on our website and program.  

    We encourage you to make your payment and register to reserve your booth as soon as possible since assignment of tables will be made on a first come first serve basis.  Once your payment has been received, you will receive the Exhibitor Requirement form.  Be sure to view the map showing the available tables and indicate the table number (1st and 2nd choice) on the Exhibit form.

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Payments are to be made electronically through our website at hawaiiorthopaedicassociation.com or through the mail via check. If you would like to pay by check, please make a check payable to Hawaii Orthopaedic Association and mail check with the registration page from the website to PO Box 61207, Honolulu, HI 96839. Our tax identification number is 99-0171322 for your records.

    Prince Waikiki has provided us the information below regarding arrangements and shipment of your products for the symposium:

    • Arrangements for delivery of packages should be made through the Catering Department. Meeting/exhibit material shipped to the hotel within a week of the scheduled event will be stored free of charge. Storage charges will be assessed if meeting/exhibit material is shipped more than a week of the scheduled event.

    • All shipments to the hotel must be addressed to the attention of the Catering Department - Cathy Nakahara / Gaile Yano (Hawaii Orthopaedic Association), 100 Holomoana Street, Honolulu, HI 96815.

    • Handling charges to move material from storage area to the function rooms will be charged as follows:

      • $5.00 per box for boxes 2 – 20 lbs.

      • $15.00 per box for boxes 21 – 60 lbs.

      • $30.00 for boxes and crates 60 – 100 lbs.

      • Additional charges may be assessed for oversized, heavy boxes and crates.

      • Due to safety standards, we cannot move items over 100 lbs.

    • The Prince Waikiki will not be responsible for moving any mechanical devices or technical equipment. Guest will be responsible for securing a drayage service to move any mechanical device or technical equipment to and from the exhibit area and designated loading area.

    • Due to Federal laws regarding shipment of packages and material shipped out from the hotel, an authorized representative must be in attendance at time of pick-up to sign shipment forms.

    • Shipping and transit companies are requiring this be done for security purposes.

    If your company can assist us in applying for an educational grant, please contact Gaile at hawaiiorthopaedicassociation@gmail.com

    If you have any questions, please contact Gaile Yano at 808-227-4212 or email hawaiiorthopaedicassociation@gmail.com. 

    Your continued support is very much appreciated. 

    Sincerely,

    HOA Board of Directors

    Andrew Richardson, MD - President

    Edward Chan, MD - Vice President

    William Van Der Reis, MD - Treasurer/Secretary

    Kevin Krul, MD  - Immediate Past President

    Craig Ono, MD - Board of Councilor


    • 19 Apr 2024
    • 20 Apr 2024
    • Prince Waikiki
    Register

    The 38th Annual Combined Orthopaedic Spring Symposium will be held at the Prince Waikiki - Piinaio Ballroom (100 Holomoana Street, Honolulu, Hawaii). Tentatively the program on Friday, April 19 will be from 7:00am - 5:00 pm followed by a reception from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.  On Saturday, April 20 the program will be from 7:00am - 1:00 pm

    If paying your registration fee by check please make it payable to: Hawaii Orthopaedic Association and mail to P.O. Box 61207, Honolulu, HI 96839.

    If you have any questions please contact hawaiiorthopaedicassociation@gmail.com.

    We hope to see you there!


To register

 

Overview

The UCSF Pediatric and Adult Spine Surgery Course is a three-and-a-half day event emphasizing pioneering trends in pediatric and adult spinal surgery. This course is designed to be interactive with didactic lectures given by leaders in the spine community as well as a hands-on bioskills lab. Participants will review and practice surgical principles and techniques in the treatment of complex spinal disorders. Expert lecturers will describe the state-of-the-art treatment for a variety of Pediatric and Adult Spinal Disorders. Interactive case presentations will allow learners to apply knowledge to improve decision making for complex spine pathology.


TARGET AUDIENCE
Surgeons, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents and fellows wanting to broaden their hands-on experience will have the opportunity to improve skills in clinical evaluation, preoperative planning, and surgical techniques

Objectives

Objectives should be based on learning needs described above and/or the desired outcomes described below.

  • Understand the indications, applications and surgical techniques for posterior column osteotomies, interbody fusion techniques, transpedicular osteotomy, and corpectomy techniques for spinal reconstruction.
  • Interpret and apply current, best available evidence to assess sagittal alignment in the adult and pediatric deformity patient.
  • Understand the options for interbody fixation and fusion, and techniques to achieve optimal arthrodesis.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the appropriate application of “minimally invasive” surgical techniques.
  • Evaluate and treat pain related to spinal disorders in a cost-effective and reliable manner based on recently published guidelines.
  • Understand appropriate indications for surgery to treat various spinal pathology including degenerative disorders, spinal deformities, and tumors and deploy suitable surgical approaches to achieve goals of care.
  • Evaluate and treat lumbar degenerative disease and deformity in a cost-effective manner based on an evidence based approach and understand how to mitigate morbidity and risk
  • Avoid perioperative complications by identifying risk factors that may predispose individuals to perioperative morbidity. Determine modifiable risk factors and strategies for effective optimization.
  • Diagnose spinal instability related to spinal tumors and formulate surgical treatment plans to address neurological deficits, pain, and instability in spine oncology patients based on published guidelines.
  • Compare techniques and outcomes of procedures involving the cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine disorders and spinal tumors.
  • Gain experience in the anatomical and technical subtleties of complex cervical, thoracic, and lumbar surgical procedures in a hands-on proctored cadaver lab experience with state of the art instruments and technology available to the participant.
  • Understand the subtleties of patient selection for various procedures to optimize efficacy and safety in access to and instrumentation of all areas of the spine in both adult and pediatric patients.
  • Correlate radiographic findings to surgical anatomy as they pertain to the approach and techniques for minimizing complications
  • Refine and optimize preoperative and operative treatment planning for adult and pediatric patients


Accreditation

The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.


Physicians
UCSF designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This CME activity meets the requirements under California Assembly Bill 1195, Continuing Education and Cultural and Linguistic Competency.

Course Outline

Download 2022 Course Outline

Annual Member Dinner Meeting


Tuesday, November 16, 2021
6:00 PM
Virtual Zoom Meeting

Tentative Agenda:
• Financial Update
• By-Laws Review
• Updates from programs - UH, Tripler and Shriners
• Board of Councilors Update
• Election of Officers


Register Here

 3rd Annual Pediatric and Adult Spine Course

Registration will be covered for UH and Tripler ortho residents.

The program will include 2.5 days of didactics and a one-day cadaver course.  We are honored to have Lawrence Lenke, MD, Dan Riew, MD, and Amer Samdani, MD as our keynote speakers. 

https://virtualce.ucsf.edu/hawaii-spine2021

http://Spinehawaii.ucsf.edu



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