Exhibitors Database 2019
EFORT invites you to browse through the Exhibitors Database of the 20th EFORT Annual Congress Lisbon 2019 which represents those exhibitors that have already committed to and confirmed their presence at the 2019 EFORT Congress to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 05 to 07 June 2019.
The following search tool will give you the possibility to look for a particular exhibitor, find their booth number in the exhibition area and contact your industry partner.
EFORT Exhibitors & Industry Database
NORE - Network of Orthopaedic Registries of Europe
ORE, the Network of Orthopaedic Registries of Europe, is an international registry network built up as a standing committee of EFORT and founded in 2015. The network is organised as an EFORT standing committee and reports to the EFORT Board.
NORE focuses on medical device surveillance and arthroplasty outcome in order to support improvements in patient care.
NORE provides advice and awareness to EFORT on international perspective, experiences and practices in medical device surveillance and outcome. This ranges from data capture (e.g. nomenclature on implant attributes) through data analysis and reporting techniques, to new methodology for evaluating performance of medical devices.
As a standing committee, NORE is embedded within EFORT and can use the EFORT platform to disseminate education and research on registry data to the members and the public and government bodies and related industry to create awareness on performance of medical devices. This enhances patients’ and public confidence and trust in both medical devices and surgeons who use them in order to sustain and improve public health. To that purpose, symposia with involvement of all stakeholders are organised.
Although NORE initially focused on registries of hip and knee implants and procedures, other initiatives and established registry formats for other joints (e.g. ankle, shoulder, spine) and diseases (hip fractures, clubfeet etc.) as well as regional and hospital-based registries are part of the NORE network. The purpose with the latter is to present “best practices” from established registries within the network in order to create a blueprint for emerging registries.