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Research The basis for continuous improvement

The scientific work carried out by the Teaching, Research and Development department supports the clinic’s departments and thus helps improve patient care. Our research work is continuously providing new insights into the treatment of orthopaedic patients and reinforcing Schulthess Klinik’s international reputation as a centre of excellence.

Schulthess Klinik

Schulthess Klinik
Lengghalde 2
8008 Zürich
Switzerland

Teaching, Research and Development

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Current research projects

Find out more about current research projects at Schulthess Klinik below. The projects are financed by the Wilhelm Schulthess Foundation’s Research Fund. With your donation, you can specifically support one of the projects or our research work in general. The latest scientific findings directly benefit our patients and many others around the world. 

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Publications

This is where you will find a list of the most important publications in peer-reviewed journals by Schulthess Klinik staff.
For further literature research, we recommend the online database PubMed, which contains an extensive range of material from a variety of authors on different medical topics.

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Partnerships

We make a difference with top-class medical services, a humane approach and innovation, along with a strong network consisting of over 60 Swiss and international cooperation partners from practice and science.

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Best Paper Prize from the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC) awarded to shoulder instability study

A multicentre study by our research team on the treatment of posterior shoulder instability was awarded the Best Paper Prize at the Dublin congress of the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC).

Read more about Best Paper Prize from the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC) awarded to shoulder instability study