Livestream on 28th and 29th of June at https://otcwebtv.com/
For the third interview of our OTCF women series, we spoke with Lee Ann Finno. She hopes that more female orthopedic surgeons will want to become part of the orthopedic trauma community. This would be a great asset to the specialty.
It has now been one year since the OTC Foundation intensed its activity on the social networks. In this rather short time, we have managed to reach 1260 fans on Facebook only and more than 1700 over all channels.
In the domain of osteosynthesis and trauma surgery, and also in the OTC Foundation, women are rather underrepresented. For this reason, we decided to show who the women behind OTC are and what they do for the foundation. Dr. Christina Arnaoutoglou is our second interview partner.
For a few years now, the OTC Foundation collaborates with SECOT, the major orthopedic society in the Latin world. This year, the two organizations are taking their cooperation to a next level.
In the OTC Foundation, just as in the whole domain of trauma surgery, women are rather underrepresented. For this reason, we decided to show who the women behind OTC are and what they do for the foundation. The first woman we interviewed is Margot Hamm from OTC France and AIOD Strasbourg.
He is not only one of the most renowned trauma surgeon worldwide, but also one of the OTC Foundation's founding fathers. Last year, Volker Bühren wore his white coat for the very last time. We asked him what this felt like and talked to him about his involvement with the OTCF.
At the end of 2018 we looked at the highlights that occurred in the OTC Foundation during the course of the last year. However, a new year has already started and the OTCF is not standing still. There are many more highlights to come.
December is the time to look back on the year. Also the OTC Foundation wants to review on the year and point out the highlights that happened for the Foundation and its chapters.
David Lowenberg is the current president of the OTC Foundation. He is a Clinical Prosessor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he has served in the past as Chief of the Division of Orhtopaedic Trauma. We talked to him about his involvement with the OTCF and his opinion on the future of surgery techniques and osteosynthesis education.