I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the third Division of Orthopaedic Surgery’s Gordon Hunter Memorial Lecture to be held on Friday, September 28th in the EG 21 (Harrison Hall) of the Sunnybrook Campus, Sunnybrook Hospital.
This lecture has been made possible by a generous gift from the Hunter family to the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery in memory of Dr. Hunter, a long-time member of our faculty at Sunnybrook Hospital. Dr. Hunter was known as an outstanding clinician and teacher and served as a mentor to many of our current faculty members in the Division.
This year the lecture will be given by Dr. James Powell, a renowned arthroplasty and trauma surgeon from Calgary, Alberta. Dr. Powell is also a former faculty member in our division at Sunnybrook. The title of his talk will be “Perceiving pain from the Hip: How does it occur?”.
I am sure that this will be an inspiring and educational talk that will provide in depth information about the topic that is of great interest to all of us.
Please make every effort to attend this lecture.
Peter C. Ferguson MD MSc FRCSC FAOA
Albert and Temmy Latner Chair,
Division of Orthopaedics, Department of Surgery
University of Toronto