Every year, SICOT holds a congress which attracts thousands of clinicians and researchers from all over the world. Scientific papers and lectures are presented in the traditional fields; world-class invited speakers provide contemporary thought on the latest concepts as well as on conservative and surgical treatment methods. They provide a forum for presentation of original work and for education.
SICOT PIONEER Live Webinars
This virtual platform hosts a series of different e-events ranging from webinars and podcasts to live streamed surgical demos.
Trainees' Meetings offer trainees a unique opportunity to present papers and to meet for instruction by leading orthopaedic surgeons. Where possible, Trainees' Meetings are held together with Orthopaedic World Congresses.
The SICOT Cadaver Courses provide a comprehensive understanding of various topics through lectures, case discussions and cadaveric dissection. Participants get a chance to directly view the important anatomical structures along the surgical approaches and implant placements.
Budapest Congress 2021
The annual SICOT Congress has been rescheduled for 15 to 18 September 2021 in Budapest where we look forward to welcoming you in happier and less turbulent times.
Find out which meetings are endorsed by SICOT and how to apply for an endorsement.
International Events Calendar
If you wish to announce an event related to orthopaedic surgery and/or traumatology in the International Events Calendar, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the event's name, location (city, country), date (day(s)/month/year), e-mail, and website.
Upcoming Live Webinars
Current Concepts in the Management of TFCC Tears
Date: Saturday, 24 October 2020
Time: 15:00-16:30 (Belgium/CEST)
A triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) tear is a common cause of ulnar wrist pain and distal radioulnar joint instability. Yet, not all TFCC tears are symptomatic and need to be treated. In collaboration with the Asia Pacific Wrist Association, the SICOT Hand Committee presents their first webinar, in which they discuss their approach in managing a TFCC tear and describe techniques in TFCC repair and reconstruction.
Got an interesting TFCC tear discussion?
All registrants are invited to submit their difficult or interesting TFCC tear cases to be discussed by our faculty live during the webinar! Please send your cases as a four-slide PPT file (first slide with registrant's name, designation and email; second with history; third with exam; and fourth with imaging) to email@example.com for consideration, and our panel will pick the most interesting cases to feature!