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  • Canadian Spine Society – Member Directory
    that some members are missing information so a search may not return all results To update your information please contact Jennifer Edwards Please login to view the directory Recent Posts Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 2 Newsletter 2012 Volume 12 Number 1 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 4 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 3 Newsletter 2011 Volume 11 Number 2 Categories Newsletter 29 Uncategorized 1 About the Canadian Spine Society

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Spine Fellowship & Career Opportunities
    diseases of the cervical thoracic and lumbar spine The fellows will also gain exposure with the attending staff in the neurosurgical department Fellows will be exposed to both anterior and posterior approaches as well as minimally invasive techniques such as thoracoscopy and minimal access surgery Typically the fellows will spend 2 days in the OR 2 days in the clinic and one full day for research Weekly didactic educational conferences are also scheduled Each fellow will participate in at least one clinical research project under the supervision of one of the three spine clinician scientists Basic science imaging biomechanics or molecular biology research projects are also available Applicants committed to an academic track will be highly considered The duration of the fellowship is one year August 1 to July 31 and the stipend is 40000 French speaking is requested The Ottawa Hospital Ontario Contact information Henna Hussain Job Posting Orthopaedic Surgeon Scientist Spinal Surgery One of Canada s largest teaching and research hospitals The Ottawa Hospital is a multi campus academic health sciences centre serving the 1 2 million residents of Ottawa and Eastern Ontario in both English and French Working together with its research institute the University of Ottawa and other partners the hospital is continually gaining national and international recognition for high quality patient care teaching and research The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at The Ottawa Hospital is seeking a spinal orthopaedic surgeon to join a group of progressive surgeons The spine group consists of three orthopaedic surgeons and is integrated in a combined program with the Division of Neurosurgery We are looking to add to this dynamic team The Ottawa Hospital is the only centre for spinal surgery in Eastern Ontario and performs over 1000 surgeries annually The candidate must be eligible for independent practice licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and hold certification by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Orthopaedic Surgery The candidate will also have fellowship training in spinal surgery and will share in existing volume The spinal surgery program will be organized to provide protected research time for the candidate The candidate will have a PhD or equivalent and is expected to develop and lead a productive research program with 50 of his her time dedicated to research Emphasis will be placed on candidates with strong communication skills and experience working in multidisciplinary teams For further information and to submit your curriculum vitae please contact Henna Hussain hhussain toh on ca More University of Ottawa Ontario Contact information Eugene K Wai University of Ottawa Combined Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Spinal Surgery Fellowship 1053 Carling Avenue Ottawa ON Canada K1Y 4E9 Tel 613 798 5555 x19138 Fax 613 761 4944 More University of Saskatchewan Royal University Hospital University of Saskatchewan Daryl R Fourney MD FRCSC FACS Director Spine Fellowship Program Fellowship Administrator Carissa Kenaschuk Program Administrative Assistant Neurosurgery Residency Training Program and Combined Spine Fellowship Position Spine Fellow Clinical and Research Department of Surgery University of Saskatchewan

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  • Canadian Spine Society – CSORN
    Abstract submitted to CSS The effect of wait time for the surgical treatment of spondylotic cervical myelopathy on symptoms and post surgical outcomes Mtl 7 28 2015 9 14 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS The Use of Diluted Povidone Iodine Irrigation in Spine Surgery SJ neuro 06 26 2015 07 14 2015 Withdrawn The Impact of Pre operative Expectations and Health Related Quality Of Life Measures On The Post Operative Functional Health Status Of Patients With Degenerative Cervical Spine Disease Vcr 09 10 2015 9 24 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS Is There A Difference In Baseline And Post Surgical Health Related Quality Of Life Measures Between A Single Payer And Multi Tier Health Care System In Patients Undergoing Surgery For Degenerative Lumbar Spondylolisthesis Vcr 9 10 2015 9 24 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS The Impact Of Time To Surgery TTS On The Preoperative And Postoperative Expectations Health Related Quality Of Life HRQoL And Functional Health Measures Of Patients With Degenerative Lumbar Spondylolisthesis Vcr 9 10 2015 9 24 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS Spine Surgery a mari usque ad mare CGY 10 6 2015 10 15 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS Are patients exhibiting improvements similar to those seen following primary fusion surgery when it is preceded by a decompression or discectomy SJ ortho 9 28 2015 10 12 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS Comparisons of improvement in clinical outcomes after spine surgery based on diagnosis TO 9 25 2015 10 6 2015 Completed Abstract submitted to CSS Current Prospective Studies Title Date submitted Date approved Status Stage Ailon T et al Management and Outcome of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy A Standardized Clinical Assessment and Management Plan 2 26 2014 3 25 2014 Not started Completing data collection forms Rampersaud R et al Decompression Alone vs Decompression and Instrumented Fusion for the Management of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Associated with Stable Degenerative Spondylolisthesis A Pragmatic Randomized Clinical Pilot Trial 11 19 2013 12 2 2013 Not started Completing data collection forms Glennie A et al Surgical Treatment ofDegenerative Spondylolisthesis A Standardized clinical assessment and management plan CSS multicenter prospective cohort study 11 19 2013 12 2 2013 Not started Completing data collection forms Thomas K et al Transpsoas versus Traditional Open Approach for the Management of Adult Spinal Deformity A multicentre prospective cohort study 10 10 2014 11 03 2014 Not started Completing data collection forms Jarzem et al Antibiotics in the treatment of patients with sciatica requiring discectomy surgery A double blinded RCT 2 10 2014 3 05 2014 Not started Needs funding Roy JF et al COSMIC study Stenosis with degenerative L4 L5 spondylolisthesis 8 13 2014 10 23 2014 Not started unknown Scientific Presentations 2015 Canadian Spine Society CSS Annual Scientific Meeting Impact of Non operative care utilization on post thoracolumbar spine surgery outcomes a national perspective using the CSORN registry podium Longitudinal analysis of the incidence of adverse events in tertiary spine referral centres A national perspective from the Canadian

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  • Canadian Spine Society – The Debbie Scarlett Award
    Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary

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  • Canadian Spine Society – The Fellow’s Best Paper Award
    a member Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Resident’s Best Paper Award
    member Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Lifetime Achievement Award Winners
    Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Abstracts for Presentation
    us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary interest

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