International Society of Arthroplasty Registries
Improving outcomes for individuals receiving joint replacement surgery worldwide.
“The members of the International Society of Arthroplasty Registries have a shared purpose of improving outcomes for individuals receiving joint replacement surgery worldwide. The focus of the society is to utilize the strength of cooperation and sharing of information and further enhance the capacity of individual registries to meet their own aims and objectives. The society is involved in the development of frameworks to encourage collaborative activities and provides a support network for established and developing registries.”
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ISAR Session at EFORT virtual congress - How To Use Registry Data For Medical Device Evaluation
Wednesday 28 October 2020 from 10:30am to 11:30am
Website for more information: https://vec.efort.org/home
Moderators: Anne Lübbeke Wolff, Switzerland, Rob Nelissen, Netherlands
Martyn Porter, United Kingdom What are the worldwide existing arthroplasty registries, what data is available, how can they be accessed & how to evaluate the quality of registry data?
Alma Becic Pedersen, Denmark Common registry statistics & interpreting registry data
Stephen E Graves, Australia Benchmarking of implant performance
Ola Rolfson, Sweden Patient-reported outcomes in implant surveillance
Membership fee for ISAR by PayPal (not congress fee)
It is now time for the annual payment of the ISAR membership fee for 2020 and invoices are on the way to the member registries.
9th Annual International Congress of Arthroplasty Registries (1st Annual Virtual Congress), November 13-15, 2020
The meeting onsite in Adelaide is now changed to a virtual meeting. Program will commence Friday (November 13) in USA/Europe and Saturday (November 14) in Australia. The program will be for 3 hours a day for 3 days.
Information regarding registration and fee for the meeting will be posted soon as well as a preliminary program. Program presenters of the virtual program are now notified.
Program will be Friday November 13th USA (west coast) 11am-2.15pm, USA (east coast) 2pm-5.15pm, United Kingdom 7pm-10.15pm, Europe and Scandinavia 8pm-11.15pm - Saturday November 14th Australia (EST) 6am-9.15am, New Zealand 8am-11.15am
Program will be Saturday November 14th USA (West coast) 11am-2pm, USA (east coast) 2pm-5pm, United Kingdom 7pm-10pm, Europe and Scandinavia 8pm-11pm - Sunday November 15th Australia (EST) 6am-9am, New Zealand 8am-11am
Program will be Sunday November 15th USA (West coast) 11am-2.15pm, USA (east coast) 2pm-5.15pm, United Kingdom 7pm-10.15pm, Europe and Scandinavia 8pm-11.15pm - Monday November 16th Australia (EST) 6am-9.15am, New Zealand 8am-11.15am
Read here about the Provisional ISAR Brief Program
ISAR Business meeting 2020
The ISAR Business meeting 2020 (with ISAR paying members) did take place on May 26, 2020 as a video meeting with between 49-51 participants. Ola Rolfson was confirmed as the ISAR president for 2020-2022, Eric Bohm was eleccted as president elect. As new mebers-at-large Bryan Springer and Volkmar Jansson were elected. As new secretary/treasuer Maziar Mohaddes was elected. Ronald Navarro and Mark Wilkinson were re-elected as membver-at-large. New accountat is Soeren Overgaard.
ISAR Lifetime Achievement Award
The ISAR Lifetime Achievement Award honors individuals who have made a significant contribution to international registry science and worldwide patient outcomes through their leadership, service, innovation, scholarship and mentorship over a minimum of 25 years. We have formalized the process for the selection of ISAR Lifetime Achievement Award which is in the document.
Read more in ISAR Lifetime Achievement Award
EFORT and ISAR Workshop
At the 21st EFORT Congress in Vienna, Austria, June 10-12, 2020, there will be a special EFORT and ISAR Workshop on Thursday June 11 at 9:00am-11:00am. Registration for the Workshop on EFORT online-registration.
Read more in EFORT and ISAR Workshop
New report added
“The increased demand for international performance standards in total joint replacement emphasizes the need for a standardized global benchmarking system. Global benchmarking allows comparison of device performance at specific time points to a defined standard and to the performance of other equivalent devices. A global benchmarking system can enhance international public safety and cost effectiveness through the identification and subsequent use of higher performing arthroplasty prostheses.”
New section with publications
We have added a new section in the navigation that contains articles and reports from Working Groups.
9th International Congress of Arthroplasty Registries
Most welcome to the 9th International Congress in Adelaide, Australia, May 23-25, 2020. Here you will find Invitation letter from Richard de Steiger.
Registration/payment and hotel reservation is now open at the special congress website at ISAR congress website 2020
Congress contact: Alison Fallon. Telephone: +61 403 652 145, E-mail: email@example.com
Abstract submission is now closed. Thank you all for submitting your abstracts. Information regarding abstracts and program: firstname.lastname@example.org. Decision will be sent out by December 20, 2019.
Congress organising committee: Richard de Steiger, Cindy Turner, Peter Lewis and Liz Paxton.
New web site launched
Today we have launched the new web site. The web site will continuously be updated with more and new information. Please forward any information to email@example.com which is the official e-mail address for ISAR.