About this event

  • Date and time Tue 25 Feb 2020 from 8:00am to 27 Feb 2020 at 6:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Orthopaedics

This popular annual course aims to provide both experienced orthopaedic surgeons and those in training with a comprehensive update on evolving concepts and techniques in orthopaedic trauma. Our successful interactive format includes short lectures, case-based discussions and surgical masterclasses. The distinguished faculty will share their evidence-based knowledge and expertise on a wide variety of clinically relevant topics.

Target Audience

Established orthopaedic surgeons seeking to update their trauma knowledge and techniques. The course also includes dedicated sessions for surgeons in training, particularly those preparing for the Fellowship examination.

Meeting Objectives

Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the evidence-based treatment of common fractures & have knowledge of the latest prospective clinical trials
  • Revisit surgical techniques in elbow and shoulder injuries
  • Apply new concepts for fixation of foot and ankle fractures
  • Understand recent advances in proximal femoral fractures
  • Evaluate and apply new concepts for the treatment of infected fractures
  • Gain an understanding of spinal trauma for the non-spinal surgeon

The price includes all refreshments and lunch.

 

Tickets

Standard pricing available until 24 February 2020.

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Member

RSM Fellow
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£102.00 Day 1
£102.00 Day 2
£102.00 Day 3
RSM Associate
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£90.00 Day 1
£90.00 Day 2
£90.00 Day 3
RSM Retired Fellow
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£90.00 Day 1
£90.00 Day 2
£90.00 Day 3
RSM Trainee
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£36.00 Day 1
£36.00 Day 2
£36.00 Day 3
RSM Student
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£36.00 Day 1
£36.00 Day 2
£36.00 Day 3

Non - Member

Consultant / GP
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£170.00 Day 1
£170.00 Day 2
£170.00 Day 3
AHP / Nurse / Midwife
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£150.00 Day 1
£150.00 Day 2
£150.00 Day 3
Trainee
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£60.00 Day 1
£60.00 Day 2
£60.00 Day 3
Student
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
£60.00 Day 1
£60.00 Day 2
£60.00 Day 3

Key speakers

Professor William M Ricci

Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, USA

Professor Stuart Gold

Torrance Memorial Hospital, California, USA

Professor Stefaan Nijs

UZ Leuven, Belgium

Mr Robert Handley

John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford, President-elect BOA, UK

Agenda

View the programme 25 February 2020

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Michael Pearse

Stream sessions: Periprosthetic femoral fractures: From fixation to revision or Principles Orthopaedic Trauma I

Periprosthetic femoral fractures: From fixation to revision

Guy Whittle Auditorium

Chair: Michael Pearse

 

Principles Orthopaedic Trauma I

Max Rayne Auditorium

Chair: Raj Bhattycharya

9:00 am - Periprosthetic femoral fractures: A growing problem

Professor William Ricci

9.05am - How bones break: The mechanics of skeletal trauma

Dr Spyros Masouros, Senior Lecturer in Trauma Biomechanics, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London

9:10 am - Is it loose?
9:15 am - Fracture healing

Darren Forward, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Nottingham

9:20 am - Contemporary fixation – Nail and plate?

Professor William Ricci

9:30 am - Cases and discussion
9:35 am - Achieving implant stability
9:35 am - Radiology of orthopaedic trauma

Sangoh Lee, Musculoskeletal Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

9:50 am - Best practise for periprosthetic fractures

Professor Chris Moran

9:50 am - Principles of plate fixation

Stuart Gold, Chief of Fracture Reconstruction, Harbor-UCLA

10:00 am - Case based discussion
10:05 am - Principles of nailing

Stefaan Nijs, Head of Department of Traumatology, UZ Leuven, Belgium

10:20 am - Cases and discussions
Tea and coffee break

Stream sessions: Elbow trauma or Principles Orthopaedic Trauma II

Elbow trauma

Guy Whittle Auditorium

Chair: Dylan Griffiths

 

Principles Orthopaedic Trauma II

Max Rayne Auditorium

Chair: Raj Bhattycharya

11:00 am - Elbow stability: 3 pillars of wisdom

Professor Roger van Riet

11.00am - Principles of external fixation

Stuart Gold, Chief of Fracture Reconstruction, Harbor-UCLA

11:15 am - Ligament reconstruction: How I do it

Professor Steffan Nijs

11:15 am - Non-union and malunion

Darren Forward

11:25 am - Radial head and neck fixation: The limits

Mr Lee van Rensburg

11:30 am - Physeal fractures

Khalid Sharaf Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

11:35 am - Case based discussion
11:45 am - Cases and discussion
Keynote lecture: The evolution of joint replacement in elbow trauma

Professor Roger van Riet

 

in the Guy Whittle Auditorium

Lunch and masterclasses
12:30 pm - Proximal humeral nailing

Stefaan Nijs

1:00pm - Hexapod circular fixation

Stuart Gold

Stream sessions: Polytrauma and pelvic injury or Principles Orthopaedic Trauma III: Paediatric Fractures

Polytrauma and pelvic injury

Chair: Michael Pearse

 

Principles Orthopaedic Trauma III: Paediatric fractures

Chair: Fergal Monsell

2:00 pm - What’s new in resuscitation?

Professor Xavier Griffin

2:00 pm - Shoulder and proximal humerus

Fergal Monsell

2:20 pm - Binder, ex-fix or embolise?

Darren Forward

2:15 pm - Hip and proximal femur fractures

Mr Matthew Barry, Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Southampton General

2:30 pm - Elderly polytrauma: Who survives?

Professor W Ricci

2:40 pm - Bilateral femoral fractures
2:40 pm - Open fractures

Mr Martin Francis Gargan, Clinical Lead for Surgery, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

2:50 pm - Venous thrombo embolism after trauma

Professor Xavier Griffin

3:00 pm - Case based discussion
3:00 pm - Cases and discussion
Tea and coffee break
Keynote lecture: Interventional radiology in trauma

in the Guy Whittle Auditorium

Close of day
View the programme 26 February 2020

Registration, tea and coffee

Stream sessions: Proximal humeral injuries or Principles Orthopaedic Trauma IV

Proximal humeral injuries

Guy Whittle Auditorium

Chair: TBC

 

Principles Orthopaedic Trauma IV

Max Rayne Auditorium

Chair: Mr Michael Pearse, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Imperial College, Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

9:00 am - Sling or surgery?
9:00 am - Orthoplastic Management of Open fractures – meeting the NICE guidance

Alex Trompeter, Queen Mary University of London

9:20 am - Sound fixation in osteoporosis
9:40 am - Role of joint replacement
9:40 am - Compartment syndrome

Mr Michael Pearse

9:50 am - Restoring bone loss after trauma

Stuart Gold, Chief of Fracture Reconstruction, Harbor-UCLA

10:00 am - Case based discussion
10:00 am - Case based discussion
Tea and coffee break

Stream sessions: Proximal femoral fractures or Principles Orthopaedic Trauma V: Spinal trauma

Proximal Femoral Fractures
Guy Whittle Auditorium
Chair: Michael Pearse

Principles Orthopaedic Trauma V: Spinal trauma
Max Rayne Auditorium
Chair: Raj Bhattacharya

11:00 am - Does timing of hip fracture surgery really matter?

Professor Xavier Griffin

11:00 am - Clinical and imaging assessment of the injured spine

Reza Mobasheri, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

11:10 am - Will HEALTH change practise?
11:15 am - New concepts in spinal stability

Kevin Tsang, Consultant Neurosurgeon and Craniofacial Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

11:20 am - Hip hemiarthroplasty: How I do it

Mr Darren Forward

11:30 am - Optimum fixation of the femoral neck: The evidence

Mr Michael Pearse

11:30 am - Cauda equina syndrome and spinal emergencies

Reza Mobasheri

11:40 am - Debate: DHS or recon nail for inter-trochanteric fractures?

Nail for best outcome: Professor W Ricci

DHS is best values: Mr T Chesser

11:45 am - Case based discussion
12:00 pm - Case based discussion
Lunch and masterclasses
12:45 pm - New options in recon femoral nailing

Mr Tim Chesser

1:15 pm - Supra-patellar tibial nailing

Professor William Ricci

Stream sessions: Foot and ankle or Complex upper limb surgery

Foot and ankle
Guy Whittle Auditorium
Chair: TBC

Complex upper limb surgery
Max Rayne Auditorium
Chair: Dylan Griffiths

2:00 pm - Lisfrance injuries: Fix or fuse?

Mr Nima Heidiri

2:00 pm - Revision shoulder and humeral trauma, including periprosthetic fractures

Lee Van Rensburg

2:15 pm - Talus fractures

Professor Ricci

2:30 pm - Revision elbow and forearm trauma

Roger Van Riet

2.40pm - Debate: The posterior malleolus

Mr L, Mr M Pearse and Mr L Mason

3:15 pm - Case based discussion
3:00 pm - Cases and discussion
Tea and coffee break

Keynote lecture

Chair: William Ricci

Keynote lecture: Getting it right first time in trauma

Mr Robert Handley, President Elect British Orthopaedic Society, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Close of day
View the programme 27 February 2020

Registration, tea and coffee

The mangled lower extremity

Chair: Michael Pearse

Lessons from LEAP

Professor William Ricci

Decision making in limb salvage vs amputation

Mr Graham Lawton

Difference in outcomes

Professor Stuart Gold, Chief of Fracture Reconstruction, Harbor-UCLA

TBC

TBC

Frame indications in distal tibial trauma

Professor Stuart Gold

Case based discussion
Tea and coffee break

Fracture related infection

The leaky wound

Mr A Trompeter

Which antibiotics
TBC
TBC
Keynote lecture

Dr Willem Metskmakers

Lunch

Advances in nail fixation of the lower limb

History of the nail

Mr Michael Pearse

Neck and shaft femoral fractures: My algorithm
When a nail needs a plate

Mr Tim Chesser

Nailing for delayed and non-union

Mr A Trompeter

Semi-extended tibial nailing: The only way?
TBC
Case based discussion
Close of meeting

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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