Events

Annual Scientific Meeting

TCOS 14th Annual Conference
October 3 – 5, 2019
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Trinidad & Tobago

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Highlights of Past Events

Florida Keys Musculoskeletal Oncology Course

May 31 – June 2, 2019


Comments from Residents

The Musculoskeletal Oncology Conference in the Keys was an eye opener to the resources available for the management of orthopaedic oncology cases. It was a well organised course catering to the educational development of orthopaedic residents.

Amanda Partap

Trinidad & Tobago

I recently attended the Florida keys Musculoskeletal Oncology Course 2019, as an international orthopaedic resident from Barbados. This course was a well-designed activity, providing valuable information on soft tissue and bony tumors from the perspectives of orthopaedic surgeons, oncologists, pathologists and radiographers. It showcased the correlation between the clinical, radiographic and pathological features of musculoskeletal lesions in their identification and the resulting medical & surgical treatments. The knowledge gained over the three days at this conference was invaluable and will indeed be beneficial in guiding my future actions regarding musculoskeletal lesions in my orthopaedic career.

Basil Thorpe 

Barbados

The Musculoskeletal Oncology Conference in the Keys was an eye opener to the resources available for the management of orthopaedic oncology cases. It was a well organised course catering to the educational development of orthopaedic residents.

Kimani Brown

Barbados

I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to attend The Moffett oncology course.  The course was well organized and Ms. Janet Young was excellent at coordinating every aspect and ensuring we were well taken care of.  As expected the course was gruelling but the content was delivered well by the faculty. The main principles were well emphasized and there was good reputation of the concepts.  My gratitude to Dr. Rose and Professors Letson and Temple for the opportunity. I hope that the scholarship becomes a fixture in the DM programme and the residents are able to attend earlier in their training

Bruce Blagrove

Jamaica