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Spine Care for People’s Health and Prosperity

Hybrid event

In Remote: Monumental Hall of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers
In Situ: Aula Magna Orthopaedic Clinic, University “La Sapienza

07.30-08.30

Live (in-person) Registration and Working Coffee

07.30-08.30

Virtual Registration

08.30-08.45

Opening Statement
Giuseppe Costanzo, Italy

08.45-09.00

Welcome and Meeting Presentation
Bernardo Misaggi, Italy

09.00-09.15

Inaugural SPINE20 2020 and collaboration with G20 and G20 Civil Engagement Groups

Chairs: Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy), Bernardo Misaggi (Italy)

SPINE20 Inaugural Meeting in Riyadh; a turning point in raising the awareness in spine care.
Sami AlEissa (Saudi Arabia), Thomas Blattert (Germany)

09.15-09.30

SPINE20 purpose and projects overview 2020-2021

Chairs: Frank Kandziora (Germany)

SPINE20: how and why it came to be!
Eric Muehlbauer (USA)

Introduction of the SPINE20 Education Committee: Mission and goals for the future
Jörg Franke (Germany) Michael Piccirillo (Switzerland)

09.30-09.45

SPINE20 Recommendations and publication 2020-2021

Chair: Sami AlEissa (Saudi Arabia)

Why it is important to publish and to be recognized
Margareta Nordin (France)

The process of SPINE20 recommendations and publications
Koji Tamai (Japan)

09.45-10.00

Why SPINE20 is important to new societies?

Chairs: Thomas Blattert (Germany), Eric Muehlbauer (USA)

SPINE20 bridging the New Societies to the Government by recommendations
Bambang Darwono (Indonesia)

SPINE20 The affable catalyst and think tank resource which can help empower your Society for accomplishing strategic
objectives
Harvinder S. Chhabra (India)

10.00-10.30

Keynote lecture – Crucial issues in University teaching and medical education in pandemic emergencies

Chair: Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy)
Key-note speaker: Eugenio Gaudio (Italy)

10.30-10.45

Break

10.45-11.00

Introduction to Symposia

The international collaboration in SPINE20 symposia and defining recommendations
Luca Ricciardi (Italy), Giovanni Andrea La Maida (Italy)

11.00-12.30

Symposium 1: SPINE CARE A LUXURY OR NECESSITY

Chairs: Eeric Truumees (USA) Bambang Darwono (Indonesia) Frank Kandziora (Germany)

Introduction and purpose of symposium
Eeric Truumees (USA)

Summary of the global burden of Spine Disease including fiscal and disability related matters
Frank Kandziora (Germany)

Summary and findings of global burden of low back and neck pain studies
Pierre Côté (Canada)

Impact of spine disease in developing world
Scott Haldeman (USA)

The importance of improved management of spinal trauma and deformity; The role of early/aggressive spine care as less
expensive from a society-wide perspective than a laissez faire approach
Eeric Truumees (USA)

MISS solving the Burden of Spine Problems during Pandemic. It is not a luxury
Bambang Darwono (Indonesia)

Effect of spine problems on prosperity
Scott Haldeman (USA)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Frank Kandziora (Germany), Bambang Darwono (Indonesia)

Conclusions and Recommendations – Spine care is a necessity and becomes a burden if neglected
Frank Kandziora (Germany)

12.30-13.00

Keynote lecture – New policies in the Healthcare system after COVID pandemic

Chair: Bernardo Misaggi (Italy)

Key-note speaker: Letizia Moratti (Italy)

13.00-14.00

Lunch Break

14.00-15.30

Symposium 2: SPINE REHABILITATION MEANS PROSPERITY

Chairs: Pierre Côté (Canada), Hana Alsobayel (Saudi Arabia), Marco Campello (USA)

Introduction and purpose of symposium
Pierre Côté (Canada)

Evidence-based rehabilitation is necessary to promote prosperity in our communities
Stefano Negrini (Italy)

The need for spine rehabilitation in low-and middle-income countries
Rajani Mullerpatan (India)

How evidence-based occupational rehabilitation of spine disorders can improve the economic welfare of our societies?
Han Anema (The Netherlands)

Implementation of return-to-work strategies to health and economic welfare of workers with spinal disorders
Doug Gross (Canada)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Marco Campello (USA), Hana Alsobayel (Saudi Arabia)

Conclusions and Recommendations
Pierre Côté (Canada)

15.30-17.00

Symposium 3: SPINE HEALTH AND AGING

Chairs: Marco Brayda-Bruno (Italy), Markus Arand (Germany), Raghava D. Mulukutla (India)

Panel 1: The Osteoporosis Challenge

Screening strategies in a global perspective

  1. Rachid Salmi (France)

Therapy and prevention
Salvatore Minisola (Italy)

Surgical options in different economical settings
Markus Arand (Germany)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Raghava D. Mulukutla (India)

 

Panel 2: The degenerative and ageing challenge

When & what activity/exercises vs when and how to get stability
Fabio Zaina (Italy)

Surgical options in degenerative aged spine; When less is more and when to be aggressive
Marco Brayda-Bruno (Italy)

Evidence of complications and frailty assessment in elderly
Raghava D. Mulukutla (India)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Markus Arand (Germany)

Conclusions and Recommendations
Marco Brayda-Bruno (Italy)

19.30-23.30

Working Dinner

08.00-08.15

Welcome Day 2 of SPINE20
Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy), Bernardo Misaggi (Italy)

08.15-09.45

Symposium 4: BURDEN UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES

Chairs: Jamiu Busari (The Netherlands), Harvinder S. Chhabra (India), Francesco Ciro Tamburrelli(Italy)

Welcome and Purpose of the Symposium
Francesco Ciro Tamburrelli (Italy)

Defining the Problem
Ian Vlok (South Africa)

Challenges uncovered
Kwadwo Poku Yankey (Ghana)

Is it a viable option for poor countries? What can we learn from the world?
Brent Bell (USA)

Developing long term region specific realistic goals
Anand Bang (India)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Harvinder S. Chhabra (India)

Conclusions and Recommendations
Jamiu Busari (The Netherlands)

09.45-10.15

Break

10.15-11.45

Symposium 5: ACHIEVING EFFECTIVENESS

Chairs: Massimo Balsano (Italy), William Sullivan (USA), Fahad Alhelal (Saudi Arabia)

Introduction and Purpose of Symposium
Massimo Balsano (Italy)

International screening for Spine deformity
Massimo Balsano (Italy)

Spine Care in workplaces
Fahad Alhelal (Saudi Arabia)

Achieving effectiveness though a multidisciplinary approach to Spine Care
Edward Dohring (USA)

Teaching non-surgical Spine Care in limited resource countries
William Sullivan (USA)

Panel discussion – Q&A
William Sullivan (USA), Fahad Alhelal (Saudi Arabia)

Conclusions and Recommendations
Massimo Balsano (Italy)

11.45 -12.15

Keynote lecture – Order of Malta worldwide commitment for a fair and
sustainable Healthcare

Chair: Carlo Ruosi (Italy)

Key-note speaker: Dominique Prince de la Rochefoucauld-Montbel

12.15-13.30

Lunch Break

13.30-15.00

Symposium 6: FUTURE PERSPECTIVE GLOBAL

Chairs: Yahya Alqahtani (Saudi Arabia), Shanmuganathan Rajasekaran (India), Dominique Rothenfluh (United Kingdom)

Welcome and introduction to symposium
Dominique Rothenfluh (United Kingdom)

Artificial Intelligence Vs Human Intelligence – Will there be a winner?
Christopher Ames (USA)

Disc regeneration and biological research- Is the future promising?
Kenneth Cheung (Hongkong )

Surgical navigation system and the future
Shanmuganathan Rajasekaran (India)

Breaking down barriers with telehealth-care delivery is changing
Yahya Alqahtani (Saudi Arabia)

Closing the gender gap in Ortho and Spine surgeons: challenges and perspectives
Maria Silva Spinelli (Italy)

Panel discussion – Q&A
Shanmuganathan Rajasekaran(India)

Conclusion and Recommendations
Yahya Alqahtani (Saudi Arabia)

15.00-15.15

Break

15.15-16.30

Discussion recommendations and voting SPINE20 2021

Chairs: Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy), Sami AlEissa (Saudi Arabia), Eric Muehlbauer (USA)

Discussion
Margareta Nordin (France), Paulo Pereira (Portugal)

Recorder: Koji Tamai (Japan)

16.30-16.45

Welcome to Indonesia

Chairs: Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy)

Speaker: Bambang Darwono (Indonesia)

16.45-17.00

Closing Ceremony SPINE20 2021

Giuseppe Costanzo (Italy), Bernardo Misaggi (Italy)