Excellence through continuous learning

The first AOCMF Course was conducted in 1974. Since then, the number of educational events has rapidly increased to around 110 worldwide each year. Today, over 5,300 surgeons are trained all over the world by experienced AOCMF Faculty Members.

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AOCMF Masters Course—Facial Trauma, Challenges and Controversies

This three-day course focuses on state-of-the-art techniques and best practices at a master's level in facial trauma. Emerging technologies in planning, customisation of treatment, and clinical controversies are addressed. Using human anatomical specimens, surgical access techniques and approaches to the upper facial skeleton and condyle are developed. Patient cases and outcomes are discussed with expert faculty in small group discussions. This course is delivered using a combination of small

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AOCMF Masters Course—Soft Tissue Reconstruction, Improving Functional & Aesthetic Outcomes

Masters Course in Facial Reconstructive Surgery This three-day course addresses the most complex reconstructive problems: soft tissue deformities and contractures of the face that result from trauma, oncologic resection, radiation therapy, and bony malunion. Focus is given to soft tissues around the eye and difficult eyelid problems. Topics are taught through lectures, case discussions, small group discussions and practical exercises using human anatomical specimens. This course is 3 full days

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AOCMF Masters Course—Orthognathic Surgery, Challenges and Controversies

This three-day course focuses on state-of-the-art techniques and best practices at a master's level in orthognathic surgery. Emerging technologies and clinical controversies in orthognathics are addressed. Using human anatomical specimens, surgical access techniques are developed and chin wing, Le Fort I-III, and BSSO type Obwegeser osteotomies are performed. Patient cases and outcomes are addressed with expert faculty in small group discussions. This course is delivered using a combination of

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AONeuro Course—Neurotrauma

"Join the Davos Courses 2017 and learn from a superb group of faculty members on all aspects related to neurotrauma—from hands-on practical experience, to the latest neuroscience. These experts will cover everything you need to know, and their talks and interactive sessions will reinvigorate your interest in the future of neurotrauma." A nthony Figaji Cape Town, South Africa Course Director This course covers the current best strategies and considerations for managing neurotrauma patients. It

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AOTK Webcast ‘Meet the Experts’—Optimizing Surgical Cranial Access

Christian Matula and Stephen Lewis will perform: AOTK Webcast ‘Meet the Experts’ —Optimizing Surgical Cranial Access Tuesday, December 12, 2017 12:45-13:30 Central European Time (GMT+1) Presenters: Christian Matula, Neurosurgical Department, Medical University of Vienna, Austria Stephen Lewis, Perth Neurosurgery, Australia Registration fee: FREE Webcast venue:  online   The webcast is an interactive live transmission. Participants all over the world are able to ask questions through a "real-time

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AONeuro Webinar—Practical Aspects of Neuromonitoring

Anthony Figaji (South Africa), Bo-Michael Bellander (Sweden), and Peter Hutchinson (UK) will perform: AONeuro Webinar—Practical Aspects of Neuromonitoring Wednesday, December 13, 2017 13:00-14:15 Central European Time (GMT+1) This webinar presents the principles and practice of advanced brain monitoring in traumatic brain injury. Topics: Multimodality monitoring—an overview Principles and practice of brain oxygen monitoring Principles and practice of microdialysis Comments on other aspects

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AOCMF Course - Orbital Dissection; Advanced Surgical Techniques (with Human Anatomical Specimens)

The goal of the course is to learn the topographic anatomy of the orbit and its surgical approaches. The topics will be taught in lectures, plenary discussions, practical exercises on human anatomical specimens as well as through computer planning. Describe the topographic anatomy for surgical approaches to the orbit Describe the soft and hard tissue surgery around the orbit Outline the different types of surgical approaches to the orbit Select the appropriate upper and lower eyelid incisions

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AOCMF Seminar—Advances in Orbital Trauma and Reconstruction

The goal of this seminar, aims to address the recent advances in orbital trauma management and reconstruction in the form of lectures. This advanced course focuses on recent trends in orbital trauma and reconstruction. Lectures and discussions will involve problems faced in primary and secondary reconstructions, choice of materials, approaches, and pre and post trauma deformities assessment, diagnosis, planning outcomes and clinical problems encountered by the participants. Highlighting

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AOCMF Course-Advances in Orthognatic Surgery & Distraction Osteogenesis (with anatomical specimens)

This two and half day course focuses on state-of-the-art techniques, technologies and best practices on orthognathic surgery and distraction osteogenesis. Emerging technologies and clinical controversies in orthognathics are addressed. Using human anatomical specimens, surgical access techniques are developed and genioplasty, Le Fort I - III, and BSSO type Obwegeser osteotomies are performed.   Maxillary internal distractor devices will be utilized for fixation of the Lefort I osteotomy. This

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AOCMF Webinar - Surgical approaches to the coronal and upper-eye lid

Welcome! We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AOCMF community. Dr. Robert Bentley, UK and Dr. Iain McVicar, UK will present: AOCMF WEBINAR - SURGICAL APPROACHES TO THE CORONAL AND UPPER-EYE LID Friday,  2:00PM – 3:00PM CET Please check your time for the webinar here . Dr. Bentley and Dr. McVicar will answer questions throughout the lecture. It will be an interactive live transmission. Participants will be able to ask questions through a "real-time" online chat. We look forward to