We’re delighted to welcome you as a participant to this page on our new digital, nonprofit, live approach to continuing education in the specialty of the SPINE.
As this is not a conventional continuing education event, please take a moment to let me explain the novel approach to continuing education that we’re using — I think it’ll be an exciting one for you.
It’s called “SPINE TO GO!”
SPINE TO GO is aimed at physicians and therapists who are looking for further training and continuing education in the field of the spine — not demanding too much time, and free of charge.
The approach is intended to offer the essential topics in conservative and surgical spine therapy in various formats.
Both individual lectures by renowned speakers on specialized topics and also events lasting a few hours, focusing on specific topics and featuring several presenters, will be offered.
Our special characteristics: Live lectures on a topic in spinal therapy, with subsequent discussion by recognized international specialists — no charges — nonprofit project — independence of content (with no influence from the medical industry or other stakeholders) — easy registration and enrolment — CME points — easy access from any computer/smartphone/tablet with Internet access — no recording of the lectures — financing of running costs through donations (you can donate here, with a receipt provided).
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We’d like to express our special thanks to the speakers, who are all recognized experts in their specialty. Their honorary contribution and the high-quality lectures they provide are the basis for SPINE TO GO’s success. And as participants who are keen to learn, you are also making a contribution to sustaining the SPINE TO GO approach and the wide variety of benefits it provides.
We would be delighted to welcome you to lots of our events in the virtual lecture-hall.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Tobias L. Schulte
Director of the University Department of Orthopedics at the Ruhr University of Bochum, Department of Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Katholisches Klinikum Bochum, St. Josef-Hospital