Dubai: The 10th Annual Meeting of the International Hybrid Congress of Joint Reconstruction Middle East (ICJR ME) was inaugurated in Dubai, with the participation of over 1000 orthopaedic professionals hailing from 25 different countries.
Additionally, the attendees will delve into challenging cases related to joint reconstruction, drawing from their evidence-based clinical experience to ensure optimal treatment outcomes. Through the examination of case studies, they aim to further enhance their expertise in the field.
Scheduled to take place from the 28th to the 30th of April, 2023, the annual meeting will span three days and comprise of plenary lectures, innovative presentations, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and instructional course lectures by distinguished orthopaedic professionals. Each session will conclude with a Q&A forum. Additionally, an orthopaedic nursing program will run concurrently with Congress.
As part of their unwavering commitment to adopting innovative approaches and staying abreast of the latest advancements in the field, this year’s congress will place particular emphasis on updates pertaining to joint arthroplasty in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Dr. Samih Tarabichi, the Chairman of the ICJR ME, the congress presents a unique opportunity to showcase the latest advancements and ongoing research in the field of orthopaedics worldwide. Attendees will have the chance to engage in informative discussions, share their knowledge and experiences, and establish new collaborations through a range of social activities organized during the congress.
Esteemed regional and international experts will convene to deliberate on the latest developments in knee, hip, shoulder, foot, and ankle arthroplasty, as well as innovations in infection and knee sports medicine.