07h30 - 08h00REGISTRATION
08h00 - 08h10WELCOME and OPENING
08h10 - 08h20Diamond Sponsors : CEO address
08h10 - 08h20JnJR Buthelezi
08h10 - 08h20MedholdJ Wood
08h10 - 08h20SA BiomedicalJ Bisset
08h10 - 08h20Smith & NephewA Zoepke
Session 1
FP Fouche Lecture
Chairperson: R Dunn, J du Toit
08h20 - 09h10Advances in the  Management of Tuberculosis of the Spine in South Africa over the last 40 yearsProf M Ngcelwane
Session 2
GT Du Toit Lecture
Chairperson: R Dunn, B Bernstein
09h10 - 10h00Caring for people with limb injuries in disasters and complex emergenciesDr Annette Holian (AOA President)
10h00 - 10h30TEA
Session 3
Chairperson: R Dunn, P Mare
10h30 - 11h15Ikigai and Orthopaedics (Hybrid)Dr K Mulpuri (COA President)
Session 4
Best 5 GT DU TOIT Papers
Chairpersons: R Dunn, B Vrettos
11h15-11h22P1: Medium-term outcomes of reconstructive hip surgery in a cohort of South African children with cerebral palsy.S TinkFM Bischof , AJF Robertson, GB Firth
11h22-11h29P2: Assessing the impact of surgery in degenerative spine patients by means of pre and post operative health and functional scoresB BlanksonR Dunn
11h29-11h36P3: Filling the gap: A series of 3D-printed Titanium truss cages for the management of large bone-defectsH GamieldienM Laubscher, N Ferreira, F Birkjoltz , T Hilton
11h36-11h43P4: Comparison of the success and patient outcomes of medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction techniquesR AlmeidaP Firer, B Gelbart
11h43-11h50P5: An audit of extracapsular hip fracture related mortality in elderly patients treated at a tertiary hospital in central South AfricaKM RabodietsoS Matshidza, J Van der Merwe
11h50-12h10Questions and Discussions
12h10-13h30AGM ReportR Dunn, B Vrettos, B Bernstein, L Marais
Session 5
SASES Symposium
Chairpersons: S. Kirsten; C. van der Watt
14h30-14h40Bone loss in anterior shoulder instabilityL Rajah
14h40-14h50 In 2022 when do I choose an ABR for the treatment of shoulder instability – indications, outcomes and technical pearlsP Denard
14h50-15h00 Instability in the adolescent rugby shoulderM Mulder
15h00-15h10Arthroscopic bone blocks to treat shoulder instability – indication, technique, and outcome P Denard
15h10-15h20The management of the failed Latarjet S Roche
15h20-15h30Posterior Instability – what the miltary has taught me?J Dickens
15h30-15h40Nerve injury with Surgery for Anterior Shoulder Instability A Smit
15h40-16h00Questions and Discussions
Session 6
16h00-16h10Approach to AC joint instability in the rugby player G Greef
16h10-16h20Key concepts in return to sport assessment after anterior shoulder instability surgeryS Van Deventer
16h20-16h30Questions and Discussions
Session 7
Chairperson: L Rajah, B Naudé (MPS)
16h30-16h50The psychosocial impact of surgical complications on the operating surgeon (Hybrid)V Hitzeroth
16h50-17h00Questions and Discussions
17h00-18h00SASES AGM
17h00-19h00Networking Function - Trade Hall Area (17h00-19h00)
07h30 - 08h00REGISTRATION
08h00 - 13h30Sessions taking place in Hall 8
SAFOSS Symposium
Chairpersons: M Thiart, M O' Connor
14h30 - 14h45P6: Gender diversity in Orthopaedic surgery: A scoping review J Bertie M O'Connor, LC Marais
14h45 - 15h00P7: A qualitative study: women’s lived experience of training and working in orthopaedic surgery in South AfricaM Thiart M O'Connor, J Muller, J Bantjes
15h00 - 15h10SAFOSS update #womeninorthopaedics A Naidoo
15h10 - 15h30 Breaking out of my skin and being authentic at work. Advancing inclusion and belonging in orthopaedicsA Holian
15h30 - 16h00TEA
SAFOSS Symposium
Chairperson: M Thiart, A Naidoo
16h00 - 16h20Do we need to talk? The mental health and well-being of doctors in South AfricaJ Bantjes
16h20 - 16h30What is IODA (International Orthoapedic Diversity Alliance) and why be a member? M Thiart
16h30 - 17h30What does mentorship mean to you? Panel Discussion - L Marais, M O'Connor, A Hirschmann, B Ndindwa, S Maqungo, A Naidoo, A Holian
Networking Function - Trade Hall Area (17h00-19h00)
07h30 - 08h00REGISTRATION
08h00 - 13h30Sessions taking place in Hall 8
13h30 - 14h30LUNCH
SASHA Symposium
Chairpersons: T Munting, H Bosch
14h30 - 15h00P8: Short-term clinical, functional and biomechanical outcomes are equivalent in middle-aged patients undergoing Hip Arthroscopy and Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip ArthroplastyJ PietrzakJN Cakic
15h00 - 15h30P9: Survivorship of arthroscopic hip surgery for FAIS at 8-10 years and factors predicting reoperationC Erasmus P Gaston, P Robinson
15h30 - 16h30Case Presenations and Panel discussion on Hip Preservation SurgeriesSASHA Members
16h30 - 17h30SASHA AGM
Networking Function - Trade Hall Area (17h00-19h00)
13h30 - 13h45LUNCH
E-Poster Presentations
Chairperson: SAOA Presidential Line
13h45 - 13h48E1: Traumatic Inferior Shoulder Dislocation (Luxatio Erecta Humeri): Case Reports and review of literaturePA RachueneN Mzayiya, H Masipa
13h49 - 13h52E2: The academic hospital fire :Our orthopedic surgery disaster management and lessons learntC NkosiM Ramokgopa, M Jingo, L Mbuqe
13h53 - 13h56E3: Giant cell tumours of the foot : A case report and literature reviewA YounusM Lewele, M Aftab, K Bodenstein
13h57 - 14h00E4: Traumatic pseudoaneurysm of the superficial palmar archC Theron
14h01 - 14h04E6: Expression of tumour necrosis factor-a in TB spine granulomas: a search for host directed therapiesM NgcelwaneM Bida, H Ndlovu
14h05 - 14h08E7: Immune factors in the distribution of the disease in HIV negative and positive patients with TB spineM NgcelwaneM Bida, H Ndlovu
14h09 - 14h12E8: Wide Awake Local Anaesthesia No Tourniquet in SA: How to start WALANT Practice in South Africa O Koch
14h13 - 14h16E10: Cost effective use of 3D technology in Orthopaedic Surgery: is it possible?J BoschN Bruwer, K Daniel
14h17 - 14h20E11: The impact of a decentralised orthopaedic service on tertiary referrals in Cape Town, South AfricaC BrownT MacQuene, D Hugo, J Du Toit, M Alexander, K Chu
14h21 - 14h24E15: Carpal tunnel release using the WALANT technique vs general anaesthesia with tourniquet at a tertiary level hospital in the Free State, South AfricaL MakhanyaG Van Staden, S Matshidza
Networking Function - Trade Hall Area (17h00-19h00)