By: 5 April 2017
19–23 June 2017, EUROSPINE Education Week; Strasbourg, France
Education Week is a programme designed to deliver the 5 European Spine Course Diploma Modules over one week. The maximum number of courses that delegates can complete during the week is three.
Module 1 being a one-day course and all other modules running over two days and include cadaveric practice for surgical techniques. The maximum number of attendees for each Module is 40 which allows for group discussion and small groups for hands on surgical practice in the CadLab.

Once completed the 5 European Spine Course Diploma’s modules, the participant will be entitled to receive the “European Spine Course Diploma”.

The course is aimed at senior trainees and trained surgeons, who are planning a career in spinal surgery.

Date: 19-23 June 2017
Location: Strasbourg, France
Venue: IRCAD/EITS – Hôpitaux Universitaires
1, place de l’Hôpital
67091 Strasbourg Cedex, France
Registration for Education Week 2017
Registrations are open to spine specialists.

Discounts for EUROSPINE members are available:

Module 1: 300 Euros for Members, 400 Euros for Non-members
Other Modules: 800 Euros for Members, 1000 Euros for Non-members.

Register for 2 modules and you get 10% discount off the registration fees
Register for 3 modules and you get 15% discount off the registration fees

NEW in the Education Week
The Critical Appraisal of Spine Literature Course is a research course which we will offer for the first time within the Education Week.

World class faculty will deliver this course where you can learn to critically appraise the quality of spine literature. These skills are essential for informed decision-making and considering the evidence. It is highly relevant for your daily practice and will complement your basic diploma. There will also be CME credits for this.

Learning outcomes
There is a need to provide young surgeons with a reference based, standardized curriculum in degenerative challenges, spinal deformities, trauma, tumours & inflammatory disease which will support them in their clinical practice. Through lectures, participants will have learning outcomes based on science that can be used in critical decision making.
Course format and design
This is a live educational event where there will be blended learning of lectures, interactive sessions – case based discussions, plenary sessions and cadaver lab workshops.

 e-mail Julie-Lyn Noël, Director of Education and Research via
Website: Eurospine