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This means the civil engineer's role in reducing emissions through design efficiency is vital. There is no uniform approach to managing these patients. In this session we will explore the presentation and the different management options available. We will see how this problem affects various joints commonly affected by sport. An overview of current management including non-operative management and surgical options of arthroplasty and osteosynthesis.

Introduction and Session Outline Amol Tambe 2 minutes Cases Amol Tambe and Mark Pritchard 15 Sarah Connor - Bounce (CDr) Invited Speaker 1: Role of Non-operative management in proximal humerus fractures — is the pendulum swinging back to conservative management?

Benjamin Ollivere 12 minutes Invited Speaker 2: This fracture needs to be fixed! Radhakant Pandey 12 minutes Invited Speaker 4: Is Reverse the way forward for multi fragmented proximal humerus fracture? The National Joint Registry Session will address the vast impact of COVID on volume of orthopaedic surgery procedures duringwith specific focus on an analysis of the volume data and what recovery for the sector might Sarah Connor - Bounce (CDr), as well as its impact on growing waiting lists -with some personal patient perspectives on uncertainty, ongoing pain and experience of surgery during the pandemic.

Interactive review of current trauma trials. Including presentation of new results and discussion on future projects and collaborations.

A comprehensive review contributing towards trauma revalidation. William Eardley. The session will provide an overview on the management of metastatic bone disease, tailored to the learning requirements of the General Orthopaedic Surgeon. The session will focus on investigation, diagnosis, surgical management and patient outcomes and provide a complete overview of the patient with metastatic bone disease. After completing basic surgical training on the prestigious Hammersmith surgical rotation, he began higher surgical training in Trauma and Orthopaedics on the Oxford programme in Clinically, he has a specialist interest in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, revision knee arthroplasty, and peri-prosthetic joint infection.

This talk will focus on the value and importance of orthopaedic surgeons collaborating with engineers and other scientific disciplines to further improve orthopaedics. This session will include insights into the management of orthopaedic infections in low and middle income countries.

Free papers on Developing World Orthopaedics will also be presented. The organisers of the diversity session have asked if you would complete a quick poll around diversity to give them '3 words that best describe you'.

Please click the link below or access the QR code to participate. Link to Diversity Poll. A session celebrating diversity in orthopaedics. This session will present and agree action points for widening participation in diversity initiatives supporting current and future trainees and consultants.

Case based session generating debate on how to manage the increasing number of fragility fractures. New concepts, techniques and kit will be discussed, with a focus on fractures around the knee.

Tips and tricks for more challenging fractures will be presented as an update for trauma revalidation. Discussion session with updates on policy and practice from the trauma community.

Incorporating the introduction the BOA trauma exchange group. Get involved and influence how trauma is managed in your local trauma network. The session aims to explore the causes of postoperative painful joints with an emphasis on infection with a multidisciplinary approach to assessing, investigating and managing such situations. At the end of each section a case based discussion will bring panellists together for expert opinion.

What should I write on my request form? A whistle stop tour of everything new, important and controversial in orthopaedics that involves the upper limb and paediatrics and trauma.

From the latest RCT to can't miss policy papers. This lighthearted and informative session has become a staple of the BOA. We look forward to seeing you there. A randomised single blinded control trial - Eli Flatt - Femoral Head Histology — When is this test useful? While we are all in this together, experiences vary from one region to another. In this session we will explore the current problems in terms of workload and workforce.

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These patients have developed significant rehabilitation issues that were unable to be addressed using conventional sockets. This session chaired by BORS will provide four fascinating talks which provide an overview of current concepts and many of the latest developments in osteoarthritis research.

We are proud Sarah Connor - Bounce (CDr) present 4 distinguished academic experts who will cover a breadth of topics. The session will focus on the young patient with articular cartilage defects, including the use of osteotomy and stem cell therapies for osteoarthritis of the knee. So what are the latest findings and how could and should we all apply them? And how do we continue working to ensure a healthy pipeline of clinical research continues to benefit our current and future patients?

Come to this session to hear more and join the debate! She is an internationally recognised scholar in ageing, disability and rehabilitation. She is also an experienced methodologist in the area of clinical trials and high quality evaluation of health care practice. In particular, she strives to ensure research is translated into practice. WHiTE trials Discussion Lead: Chinmay Gupte. In this revalidation session we will look at trauma knee admissions with a focus on the frail patient.

The talk will cover periprosthetic knee fractures, distal femoral fractures, proximal tibial fractures in the elderly including proximal tibial replacement.

Orthopaedic surgeons who report regularly on cases of potential medical negligence will discuss marginal cases with a final comment from a barrister. The audience will have opportunities to ask questions and vote on the cases. In this session we present and discuss the experience, results and learning from a cluster randomised controlled trial; Quality Improvement for Surgical Teams QIST — avoiding surgical site infection and Sarah Connor - Bounce (CDr) at the time of surgery.

The aim of which was to test the effectiveness of improvement collaboratives as a tool for introducing change at scale and pace in elective orthopaedics in the NHS. This session will update the audience on hip fracture care across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The impact of COVID on hip fracture care inthe effect of best practice tariff over the years and potential future changes to incentivisation of excellent patient care will be presented and discussed.

The new addition of non hip femoral fracture and periprosthetic femoral fracture data submission to the NHFD will also be discussed. We aim to deliver an insightful and engaging session that will give both Trainees and Trainers inspiration in the wake of the COVID pandemic. Eminent UK trauma surgeons discuss trauma cases and learning points especially for senior orthopaedic trainees. When to operate and the role of fixation Joanna Thomas - Talar dome lesions Carolyn Chadwick - Repetitive stress injuries in the elbow Adam Watts - Discussion.

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