About ABJS Carl T. Brighton Workshop
Conceived by Carl T. Brighton, MD, PhD, then the Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® (CORR), the annual ABJS Carl T. Brighton Workshop is a state-of-the-art workshop in which experts discuss, debate, and reach consensus on a timely orthopaedic topic.
Dr. Brighton proposed that the workshop would include an invited participation of approximately 30 people representing “the best and the brightest” in the chosen topic area. The ideas explored and the conclusions drawn from the presentations and discussion are submitted as manuscripts for publication as a CORR supplement, with an Editorial written by the Workshop Chairs, who also serve as Guest Editors. Beginning in 2011, video presentations from the ABJS Carl. T. Brighton Workshop are also posted on OrthopaedicsOne.
Each Workshop asks the following questions on the selected topic: Where are we now? Where do we need to be? How do we get there? During presentations and discussion, the participants reach consensus in answering those questions.
Outcomes in Orthopaedic Surgery
Chairs: Michael J. Grecula, MD; Robert B. Bourne, MD, FRCSC
November 7-10, 2012
ABJS Carl T. Brighton Workshop History
Hip Preservation Surgery
AAOS/ORS/ABJS Musculoskeletal Healthcare Disparities Research Symposium
Health Informatics in Orthopaedic Surgery
Health Policy Issues in Orthopaedic Surgery
Trauma in the Developing World
Minimally Invasive Surgery/Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery
ABJS Annual Workshop History
Metastatic Bone Disease
Skeletal Muscle Plasticity
Articular Cartilage Repair
Orthopaedic Gene Therapy
Orthopaedic Tissue Engineering
Fracture Repair Augmentation
No Workshop Held
Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Replacement