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The Eurasian Orthopedic Forum is Eurasia’s largest event related to orthopedics, traumatology, and health care economics.
The Forum will be held for the second time in Moscow, Expocenter, on 28-29 June 2019 and is expected to bring together more than 5,000 medical experts from 80 countries.

The EOF is the only large-scale event that has a focus on a multidisciplinary approach. The Forum covers all the aspects of orthopedic traumatology, including pharmacotherapy, radiology, anesthesiology, organizational and legal issues related to doctors’ protection. The wide representation of various national schools at the EOF will enable the participants to learn from the experience of their colleagues from Europe and Singapore, the USA and South Korea, all of them interacting on one platform.

12 dedicated sections, 5 major congresses, and 43 practical symposia will present the cutting-edge achievements in various areas of orthopedic traumatology allowing doctors to reduce the degree of surgery invasiveness and cut the patient recovery time. All the scientific sections of the EOF provide for clinical case studies and follow-up discussions.

Organization of traumatologists and orthopedists of Russia
Association of traumatologists-orthopedists of Moscow
Consulting group “Polylog”
The main military clinical hospital. N. N. Burdenko
Main military medical Department of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Central Institute of traumatology and orthopedics. N. N. Priorov
Association of organizations of the military-industrial complex-manufacturers of medical devices and equipment
Association of specialists in 3D printing in medicine
Russian national research medical University. N. I. Pirogov
Relevant ministries and government agencies
The Ministry of health of the Russian Federation
Ministry of industry and trade of the Russian Federation
Ministry of labour and social protection of the Russian Federation
State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Scientific committee
Сергей Mиронов
Sergey Mironov
Co-Chairmаn of the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum's Scientific Committee, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, President of the Trauma Orthopedists Association of Russia, Senior External Expert on Trauma Orthopedics of the Healthcare Ministry of Russia.
Dear colleagues, let me invite you to the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum, which will take place in Moscow on 28-29 July 2019.

The EOF-2017 won industry recognition and set the foundation for uniting trauma surgeons, orthopedists, specialists of related professions and industry partners from all over the world. We are happy Russia is the host to this unique event and are grateful to all those involved for their proactive participation in preparing the forum.

The last EOF was attended by 3,750 professionals: health specialists, government representatives, industry and manufacturing partners from 70 countries. We are now expanding our initiative, promoting the EOF as a comfortable and efficient platform for international cooperation in the area of providing hi-tech medical assistance and other more general healthcare-related issues. I hope that the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum will expand the interaction between specialists in the common Eurasian space and help them share their knowledge.

Сергей Mиронов
Nikolay Zagorodny
Co-Chairmаn of the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum's Scientific Committee, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, holder of post-doctoral degree in medicine, Director of N.N. Priorov National Medical Research Center of Traumatology and Orthopedics, Head of the Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, National Delegate for Russia at SICOT.
Dear colleagues, Eurasia is the largest continent of the Earth, home to over five billion people.

More than half of all injuries in the world happen here, and a wealth of experience has been gained in treating these injuries using different approaches, while not all of these approaches have been thoroughly studied. The goal of the Eurasian Orthopedic Forum is to analyze the expertise of doctors from different countries and to identify the best practices that should be replicated on a global level.

Moscow, the capital city of Russia, is the best place for holding such an event, since Russia is the largest state of Eurasia in terms of length. Moscow is home to a great number of high-class medical institutions employing Russia’s most experienced orthopedic traumatologists. State-of-the-art technologies are being constantly integrated into practice here, and the forum will surely contribute to the innovation processes not only in Russia and Eurasia, but in the global orthopedic traumatology as well. I am sure that the European Orthopedic Forum will allow us to maintain close communication with our colleagues from all the Eurasian nations.

Results of the EOF 2017
members of the scientific Committee
the area of the event
industrial symposia, workshops, and presentations