2023 LeCocq Lectureship a Success

Guest Lecturer Dr. Charles Nelson and Professor and Chair Dr. Howard Chansky

UW Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine hosted the 2023 LeCocq Lectureship on Thursday and Friday, April 27 and 28.

Guest lectrurer for the 2023 LeCocq Lectureship was Dr. Charles Nelson. Dr. Nelson is Chief of Adult Reconstruction and a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. 

The LeCocq Lectureship is a valuable training exercise for our residents and this year's lectureship was no exception.

Watch Thursday's entire day of the 2023 LeCocq Lectureship on our YouTube Channel.

Much thanks to Dr. Nelson for sharing his orthopaedic expertise with lectures delivered on Thursday and Friday morning and panel review of resident cases.

Much credit for this year's lectureship success is also due to the valuable contributions of our residents' presentations and case review discussions.  Congratulations and thanks to all our residents for making this year's LeCocq Lectureship a sucess.

2023 LeCocq Lectureship Presentations

Optimizing Outcomes During Revision THA – Charles Nelson MD  

Cemented vs press-fit THA in elderly patients – Ekamjeet Dhillon MD R5

Hip-spine relationship and considerations for component positioning – Matthew Vincent MD R4 

Primary THA in setting of dysplasia – Johnathan Gatto MD R3

Severe varus deformity – Joseph Sliepka MD R3

Severe valgus deformity – Ena Nielsen MD R4

TKA in setting of femoral intramedullary implant – Eli Bunzel MD R3

Social determinants of health and outcomes in arthroplasty patients – Nathan Benner MD R3

Pre-op optimization: obesity, chronic pain, mental health – Alexander Higgins DO R5

Acute PJI and the viability of DAIR – Shaun Chang MD R5

Chronic PJI and timing of re-implantation – Jay Yao MD R5

Conversion THA – Max Coale MD R4

Vancouver B2 and B3 peri-prosthetic femur fractures – Avrey Novak MD R4

Peri-prosthetic distal femur fractures – Zakkary Walterscheid MD R5

Does and Should Value-Based Healthcare Threaten Access for Vulnerable Patient Groups? – Charles Nelson MD 

Classification and Management of Bone Loss During Revision TKA – Charles Nelson MD 

Instability – Madeleine Jackson MD R5

Acetabular bone loss – Arthur McDowell MD R3

Trunnionosis – Zachary Mills MD R3

Instability – William Crutcher MD R5

Aseptic loosening with bone loss – Kurtis Carlock MD R4

Extensor mechanism disruption – Pooja Prabhakar MD R4