About OTA Annual Meeting On Demand

OTA has partnered with Wolters Kluwer to produce and offer OTA Annual Meeting On Demand. OTA Annual Meeting On Demand is an online library featuring key sessions from the 2021 OTA Annual Meeting that you can watch anytime, anywhere. It’s ideal for people who cannot attend the meeting — as well as for those who attend, but simply can’t fit every desired session into their attendance schedule.  

The Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) Annual Meeting is where top professionals in the field gather to provide advanced education for members and nonmembers alike. At every career stage, orthopaedic trauma education is offered, taughy by some of the world’s most highly regarded and sought-after traumatologists. There’s simply no better event to learn discover, and experience the best educational content in orthopaedic trauma — for the maximum value.  

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On Demand features give you the ultimate control over your educational experience.

On Demand features give you
the ultimate control over your educational experience.

  • Synchronized slides and audio: Learn like you’re at the live meeting.
  • CME credit tracking: Watch sessions and then simply click on the “Take Quiz” button. Earning credits is easy, fast, and convenient. 
  • Online access from any device: Start watching on one device and pick up where you left off on another. 
  • MP3 audio files: Load files onto your favorite MP3 player so you can listen to sessions while on-the-go.
After consuming all the content from OTA Annual Meeting On Demand, you’ll be able to:
  • Discuss and highlight recently presented prospective clinical trials in orthopaedic trauma. 
  • Summarize evidence-based recommendations for the treatment of common fractures. 
  • Transfer knowledge about treatment strategies based on evidence-based medicine. 
  • Identify consensus opinions on many current issues and controversies regarding the treatment of infected fractures.  

OTA Annual Meeting On Demand Features

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Sync Across All Your Devices

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Easy-to-Use, Convenient Player 

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Download MP3 Files

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Earn Credits
With Online Testing

  • Synchronized slides and audio: Learn like you’re at the live meeting.
  • CME credit tracking: Watch sessions and then simply click on the “Take Quiz” button. Earning credits is easy, fast, and convenient. 
  • Online access from any device: Start watching on one device and pick up where you left off on another. 
  • MP3 audio files: Load files onto your favorite MP3 player so you can listen to sessions while on-the-go.
After consuming all the content from OTA Annual Meeting On Demand, you’ll be able to:
  • Discuss and highlight recently presented prospective clinical trials in orthopaedic trauma. 
  • Summarize evidence-based recommendations for the treatment of common fractures. 
  • Transfer knowledge about treatment strategies based on evidence-based medicine. 
  • Identify consensus opinions on many current issues and controversies regarding the treatment of infected fractures.  
  • Synchronized slides and audio: Learn like you’re at the live meeting.
  • Online access from any device: Start watching on one device and pick up where you left off on another. 
  • CME credit tracking: Watch sessions and then simply click on the “Take Quiz” button. Earning credits is easy, fast, and convenient. 
  • MP3 audio files: Load files onto your favorite MP3 player so you can listen to sessions while on-the-go. 
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Sync Across All Your Devices

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Easy-to-Use, Convenient Player 

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Download MP3 Files

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Earn Credits
With Online Testing

After taking advantage of all the content from OTA Annual Meeting OnDemand, you’ll be able to: 

  • Discuss and highlight recently presented prospective clinical trials in orthopaedic trauma.
  • Summarize evidence-based recommendations for the treatment of common fractures.
  • Transfer knowledge about treatment strategies based on evidence-based medicine.
  • Identify consensus opinions on many current issues and controversies regarding the treatment of infected fractures.
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