Russia to Host the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum for the Third Time

 The Skolkovo Innovation Center will bring together doctors, pharmacists, and representatives of medical companies from 90 countries


Eurasian Orthopedic Forum (EOF) 2021, is the largest event in Eurasia related to orthopedics, traumatology, and health economics. The event will be held on 25-26 June 2021 at the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Moscow. It will bring together more than 5,000 civilian and military medical specialists from the CIS, Asia-Pacific, South Asia, Middle East, Europe, and America.

Doctors, pharmacists, and representatives of medical companies from 90 countries will discuss all the aspects of orthopedic traumatology, including pharmacotherapy, radiology, anesthesiology, organizational and legal issues related to doctors’ protection. The EOF-2021 scientific agenda includes 11 areas to be tackled at discussion panels and sections, including clinical case studies based on the experience of the leading Russian and foreign medical institutions. The issues of medication-assisted treatment in traumatology and orthopedics will be discussed at the PharmCongress to be held within the EOF framework. Apart from that, the East European Sarcoma Group (EESG) Forum has been integrated into the Forum program, along with the sections of three largest global professional communities: AO Trauma, the International Association of Trauma Surgeons; AO Spine, the International Association of Spine Surgeons; and ASAMI, the Association for the Study and Application of Methods of Ilizarov.

The EOF is supported by the Ministry of Health of Russia, Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, Ministry of Social Development of Russia, Federation Council, State Duma, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Federal Medical-Biological Agency of Russia, and Moscow City Department of Health.

The Eurasian Orthopedic Forum is organized by the Association of Traumatologists and Orthopedists of Russia, Association of Orthopedic Traumatologists of Moscow, Federal State Budgetary Institution Priorov Central Scientific Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, Main Directorate of Military Medicine of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Federal State Budgetary Institution Academician Burdenko Main Military Clinical Hospital, Association of Defense Industry Organizations Manufacturing Medical Devices and Equipment (APMI-OPK), Federal State Unitary Enterprise Central Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, Association of 3D Printing Specialists in Medicine, Pirogov Russian National Medical Research University, and Polylog Consulting Group.

Further information is available at www.eoforum.ru


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