EUROSPINE

EUROSPINE 2019

16–18 October, Helsinki, Finland

Scientific Programme

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Munting, Everard
EUROSPINE Vice President

Prof. Munting is an orthopaedic surgeon. He interrupted his residency in orthopaedic surgery for 5 years to conduct research leading to the development of new biomaterials (HA coatings and phospho-calcic cements as well as an original total hip replacement specifically designed for young and very young patients (14 to 50 years old), successfully used in over 350 patients. After completing his residency, Prof. Munting did a clinical fellowship in spinal surgery with Prof J Kostuik in Toronto before starting his career as staff surgeon at the Academic Hospital St Luc (Brussels). In 2001, he left St. Luc to take over and reorganise a busy orthopaedic department at the Clinique Saint Pierre in Ottignies (B) where he specialises almost exclusively in degenerative and deformity surgery of the spine. His interests are in outcome assessment in degenerative and spinal deformity.

He is a Founding and Board member of the Belgian Spine Society (SSBe) and incoming President of the Societé Royale Belge de Chirurgie Orthopédique et Traumatologie (SORBCOT)

Prof. Munting engages in EUROSPINE EduWeek to interact with the global spinal community and have the opportunity to teach. He is involved in the development and diffusion of the Spine Tango Registry for EUROSPINE and SSBe.

Sessions:

TUESDAY, 15 OCTOBER
13:00 - 17:15
Pre-day Course II: The Intervertebral Disc: From Basic Science to High-end Surgery and other Novel Treatments across European Borders
Location: Meeting Room 102
14:55 - 15:10  
From Spine Tango to a National Registry. Possible problems encountered during the pilot study.
WEDNESDAY, 16 OCTOBER
08:30 - 08:38
Opening
Location: Plenary Hall
08:42 - 10:00
Infection, Tumour, Epidemiology
Location: Plenary Hall
FRIDAY, 18 OCTOBER
12:00 - 13:50
Spine Tango
Location: Meeting Room 102
12:00 - 12:10  
Experience with the Spine Tango and journey to a national register in Belgium
13:35 - 13:45  
Discussion: Horizons for spinal registries - What more can registries do to improve patient safety, experiences and outcomes?
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