CSSH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
JUNE 16, 2020
As in previous CSSH meetings, we plan to give you only useful, practical information that we hope will improve your surgery and therapy practice and help your patients get better solutions for their hand problems. The CSSH meeting takes place the evening before Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons (CSPS) meeting in beautiful Quebec City.
Registration to be announced at a later date
CALL FOR EXHIBITORS
Booth allocation will be made on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis
Please contact Dr. Avi Islur for more information at
2019 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
ST. JOHN'S -NEWFOUNDLAND
Panel: Avoiding and Solving PIP Problems After Trauma and Surgery
Panelists: Dr. Binhammer, Paul, University of Toronto, PIP Joint Dorsal Fracture Dislocations: Top Ten Management Tips
Dr. Lalonde, Don, Dalhousie University, Saint John, Avoiding and Solving PIP Problems After Trauma and Surgery
Dr. Tang, David, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Rehabilitation After Silicone PIPJ Arthroplasty
Dr. Baltzer, Heather, University of Toronto, Things to Consider for a Revision CMC Arthroplasty
Dr. Bowen, Vaughan, University of Calgary, A Brief History of CSSH/Manus
Dr. Chandler, Rowan, University of Manitoba, Rings in Hand Surgery
Dr. Cheung, Kevin, Children’s Hospital, Ottawa, Don’t always believe the texts! Examples in pediatric hand injuries
Dr. Davidge, Kristen, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Assessment of Upper Limb Pain in Children: Lessons Learned
Dr. Doherty, Chris, St. Joseph Hospital, London, Expanding Indications for End-to-Side Nerve Transfers
Dr. Gillis, Joshua, Dalhousie University Hospital, Halifax, Ten (10) Things I learned in First-Year Practice
Dr. Giuffre, Jennifer, Pan Am Clinic, How Canadian surgeons do carpal tunnel releases differently
Dr. Harris, Patrick, CHUM, Montreal, Communication and Mobilization in Hand Surgery
Dr. Islur, Avi, University of Manitoba, Game Keepers Thumb: Who needs tendon grafts when we have scar tissue?
Dr. Novak, Christine, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Measuring Patient-Reported Outcomes – Yes, You Can
Dr. Petropolis, Christian, University of Manitoba, Ultrasound Guided Upper Extremity Blocks: A How-to for Surgeons
Dr. Steve, Anna, Resident, University of Calgary, Infectious Complications Following Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Metacarpal Fractures in Minor Surgery
Dr. Suh, Nina, St. Joseph’s Health Care, London, Tips on Using the Proximal Hamate Graft for the Scaphoid
Dr. Thoma, Achilleas, McMaster University, Hamilton, How to avoid some critical pitfalls in your first RCT in hand surgery
Dr. Wolf, Jennifer, University of Chicago, Radial Tunnel Syndrome: How to Diagnose and Treat It
Dr. Yeung, Justin, Dr. Ramji, Maleka, University of Calgary, Practical Use of Ultrasound for the Hand Surgeon
Dr. Zhang, Jing, University of Ottawa, Can we use the brachial artery to plug in free flaps?
WE THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF OUR 2019 MEETING IN ST JOHN'S NEWFOUNDLAND
RESIDENTS PRESENTING THEIR RESEARCH
DR. DONALD LALONDE
DR. AVI ISLUR
University of Manitoba
DR. HEATHER BALTZER
University of Toronto
DR. DAVID TANG
DR. PAUL BINHAMMER
University of Toronto
CSSH BOARD MEMBERS
DR. KEVIN CHEUNG
University of Ottawa
DR. JOSH GILLIS
Maine General Medical Centre
DR. RUBY GREWAL
MS. BARBARA JEMEC
Royal Free Hospital in London
DR. AARON KNOX
University of Calgary
DR. BLAIR PETERS
Washington University in St. Louis
DR. DOMINIQUE TREMBLAY
Université de Montréal
DR. KEVIN ZUO
University of Toronto
HAND SURGERY CONGRESS
August 21-24, 2019
WECOME TO THE
11-14 MARCH 2020
ACADEMIC PLASTIC SURGEON - HAND AND WRIST SURGERY SPECIALIZATION
Division of Plastic Surgery, Trillium Health Partners
OPPORTUNITY: The Division of Plastic Surgery, Trillium Health Partners (THP), invites applications for an academic Plastic Surgeon specializing in Hand and Wrist Surgery. The application process will remain open until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is April 2020.
The successful applicant's practice will focus on hand and wrist surgery, 90% of surgical time dedicated to upper extremity surgery, supporting the delivery of unplanned care, contributing to medical education and clinical research. The successful candidate will care for surgical inpatients and outpatients and participate in the on-call rotation supporting Trillium Health Partners and surrounding Hospitals.
This individual will take part in the undergraduate and post-graduate surgery curricula at the University of Toronto. The successful candidate will be appointed to an academic position within the Department of Surgery, University of Toronto. The position will be recruited at a level dependent upon the qualifications of the successful candidate.
LOCATION: The successful applicant will be based primarily at the Queensway site of Trillium Health Partners (THP). For details about the hospital, visit TrilliumHealthPartners.ca
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must hold an MD or equivalent with completed training in Plastic Surgery and must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. This individual must have obtained the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Fellowship in Plastic Surgery or equivalent and have undergone recognized Fellowship training in Hand and Wrist Surgery.
REMUNERATION: Remuneration will be on a fee-for-service basis through billings submitted by the physician to Ontario Health Insurance Plan. There is also the opportunity to join the Worker Safety Insurance Board hand program and offer WSIB expedited surgery.
For additional details, please consult the attached PDF or visit: https://hfojobs.healthforceontario.ca/en/posting/66892/
Interested applicants should arrange to have a current curriculum vitae, a letter of intent, and the names of three references forwarded to the attention of:
Dr. Cory Goldberg,
Division of Plastic Surgery,
via email to TrishaAbigaile.Caneja@thp.ca
CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR SURGERY OF THE HAND
Exceeding Your Expectations
Stimulate interest and advance the knowledge in the practice and investigation of surgery of the hand.
Form an association whose objectives are the scientific co-operation and participation of its members.
Distribute information regarding clinical and basic scientific process in surgery of the hand.
Organize meetings, lectureships, foundations and other forms of participation, all of which are designed to enhance the study and practice of surgery of the hand or to contribute to the establishment of the same.
The official name of the Society is the Canadian Society for Surgery of the Hand or CSSH although some members may remember CSSH as MANUS. The Society is a corporation acting as a non-profit organization with specific objects as seen above.