EFORT Congress Vienna 2017 | Scientific Awards Winners

Out of the best-rated free papers, six papers per category "trauma" and "orthopaedics" have competed for the EFORT Free paper Award Trauma and the EFORT Free Paper Award Orthopaedics during the respective Free paper Award sessions at the congress.

The winners in each of the EFORT Free Awards Orthopaedics of the 18th EFORT Congress Vienna 2017 are:

EFORT FREE AWARD ORTHOPAEDICS

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  • Does Cortical Activation Hold The Key To Shoulder Instability? | EFORT eScience Audio Presentation
    Author: Anthony Howard (1) Co-authors: Joanne Powell (2), Jo Gibson (3), David Hawkes (3), Omid Alzadehkhiyat (4), Graham Kemp (5) (1). Leeds University, Leeds, United Kingdom | (2). Edge Hill University, Edge Hill, United Kingdom | (3). Royal Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, United Kingdom | (4). Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom | (5). Liverpool University, Liverpool, United Kingdom

BRONZE

Out of the best-rated free papers, six papers per category "trauma" and "orthopaedics" have competed for the EFORT Free paper Award Trauma and the EFORT Free Paper Award Orthopaedics during the respective Free paper Award sessions at the congress.

The winners in each of the two categories of the 18th EFORT Congress Vienna 2017 are:

EFORT FREE AWARD TRAUMA

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The 10 best-rated poster abstracts of the 18th EFORT Congress Vienna 2017 are:

From the best-rated poster abstracts submitted in the area of “Bone research”, EFORT identified one winner of the joint “EFORT/Medtronic Award “.

The winner of the 18th EFORT Congress Vienna 2017 is:

The EFORT Congress Scientific Awards

A congress is always as good as its presentations are. In this regard the EFORT congress can ever rely on the experts all over Europe and even worldwide.

The EFORT Congress Scientific Awards are selected among the many high-quality abstracts submitted to the congress. Among the traditional Free Paper and Jacques Duparc (poster) Awards, in 2018 EFORT introduced the Michael Freeman Award. The latter was created in memory of Professor Michael Freeman, one of the founding fathers of EFORT and EFORT President 1994 to 1995, to honor his lifetime contribution to both the European and the International Orthopaedic Community after he passed away in September 2017.