GOSICON CONFERENCE

2013 HELD AT BANGALORE

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This is a slide show of GOSICON-2013 with few selected photos

    INAUGURATION
    FELICITATIONS
    CONFERENCE

WELCOME BY FOUNDER PRESIDENT OF GOSI
MESSAGE FROM DR. JOHN EBNEZAR


Dear friends,
It is a matter of great pride and joy to announce the first International Conference of the Geriatric Orthopedic Society of India at Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute to be held in the month of September 12th to 14th 2014. The First National Conference of the Geriatric orthopedic Society of India was very successful and was appreciated by all the delegates for its scientific content and social get together of high quality. Doyens of Indian Orthopedics like Padmavibhushan Dr K H Sancheti,Padmabhushan Dr N S Laud,Dr GS Kulkarni and Dr VM Iyer graced the occasion and the made the Conference very memorable. Dr Anil Jain, President Elect IOA, inaugurated the conference. They all were unanimous in lauding our efforts in launching this much needed society in Indian Orthopedics.
Buoyed by the success of the National Conference, I am very proud and happy to announce the maiden International conference of GOSI which promises to be bigger and better. We have planned a wide range of scientific activities involving the best of international, national, and local orthopedic luminaries who are well known figures in the feild of geriatric orthopedics.
I request you all to attend the conference in a large numbers become members of GOS and strengthen our hands and further your skills and knowledge in managing this special group.
Best wishes and regards.
Dr John Ebnezar
President GOSI

Message from Dr SS Amarnath.


It gives me immense pleasure in inviting one and all for the first International Conference of the Geriatric Orthopedic Society of India at Bangalore. I am sure that most of the practicing Fellow Orthopedic surgeons across the country & globe are facing the dilemma of treating the geriatric orthopedic patient on a daily basis.

By 2025 India will have more than 1.3 billion populations out of which nearly 50 % will be senior citizens. There is lot of work for all of us and together we can make a positive difference to our country and mankind at large. Friends most of the orthopedic surgeons in India will also come under that umbrella in the near future, hence it is the right time that we position ourselves to handle these issues. We have eminent faculty from abroad, India and from all walks of life to enrich our knowledge on these issues. I urge each one of you to enroll as members and encourage your colleagues to enroll in this society to make it a bigger, stronger society.

With Regards

Dr SS Amarnath
Secretary GOSI