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A welcome by the director of the Turner Institute, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexey Baindurashvili to the participants of the conference!

Dear Colleagues!

I invite you to take part in a scientific practical event dedicated to topical issues of pediatric traumatology and orthopedics. We confirm our tradition of annual meetings with pediatric orthopedic and trauma surgeons of Russia, but in 2019 the conference changes its name to “Turner readings” and will take place in St. Petersburg on October 3-4, 2019. The invitation to our meeting is ongoing for specialists who are engaged in the organization of trauma and orthopedic care for children, problems of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of children with congenital and acquired diseases of the musculoskeletal system, with injuries and their sequela.

Our aim is to improve the specialized care for children, discuss the achievements in the medical process and implementation of children's orthopedic and trauma technologies approved by medical science into the work. An important issue is the training of orthopedic and trauma specialists dealt with adults to work with children and the improvement of the scientific and practical knowledge of specialists in the framework of continuing medical education.

I invite our old friends pediatric orthopedic and trauma specialists to participate in the “Turner readings”. Please, send articles from your practical activities, make applications for reports. All information about the event you will find on our website, which will be unchanged.

See you in St. Petersburg at the “Turner Readings”!

Vice-President of the Association of Orthopedic and Trauma surgeons of Russia,
President of the Association of Pediatric Orthopedic and Trauma surgeons of St. Petersburg,
Director of the Turner Scientific Research Institute for Children’s Orthopedics
under the Ministry of Health of Russia,
MD, Ph.D., Professor, Member of Russian Academy of Sciences
Alexey Georgievich Baindurashvili