login
login

orthopaedic research




orthopaedic research x the 'average' orthopaedic
surgeon:

3 things everyone needs to know



[colibri_video_player url="https://www.youtube.com/embed/gILX-0deNyM?autoplay=0&mute=0&modestbranding=0&rel=0&enablejsapi=1&" class="ratio-inner" autoplay="false" type="external"]



Research is a funny old thing. It is (or certainly ought to be) the very foundation upon which our clinical practice is built. Any yet, to many of us, a lot of research activity seems like a dark, mercurial art, practised by boffins and nerds in ivory towers, surrounded by impenetrable mnemonics and baffling statistics.

As trainees, we don't necessarily see research being done really well unless we happen to be rotating through one of those few academic centres. Ordinary 'jobbing' orthopods often don't get to feel the excitement that being on the cutting edge of research can create. Truth is, research is the forge in which our future practice is made and so it needs the attention of us all. How can we read an article without having some idea of the research principles behind it? Plus, we're all bright people and should have something to contribute - how do we get involved?

This webinar is a crash course in everything you need to know about research! We've got you two of the most dynamic, thrusting and non-boring trialists in the UK to explain all those things that I never understood, either as a trainee or even as a junior consultant.

  • how do you build research in your own dept?


  • what are, GCP, PPI and CRN?


  • how do NIHR decide which research questions to put money into?


  • What is equipoise and how can I have it if I think I know the answer anyway?


  • is a 'pragmatic' trial just another word for one that shows no difference between treatments?


  • what are 4 easy steps for trainees to get invovled in research?


  • how do you grow a research outfit in your own dept?


  • List item


All will be addressed and more. Watch again now.




webinar case discussions


Take the learning one step further. These cases offer an insight into what we will be discussing during the webinar, and are designed to get you thinking in prior to the webinar. The answers will be posted after the webinar.





ankle fracture





paediatric forearm fracture





hip fracture





paediatric distal radius fracture




Faculty


Joined by experts in orthopaedic research.



Pete Bates

Host & Speaker


Consultant Pelvic & Acetabular Surgeon

Chief Investigator: L1FE Study


The Royal London Hospital





Dan Perry

Speaker


NIHR Clinician Scientist

Children's Orthopaedic Surgeon


Alder Hey Children's Hospital





Xavier Griffin


NIHR Clinician Scientist

Trauma surgeon


Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Oxford






Kash Akhtar

Host


Consultant Knee Surgeon & Senior Lecturer QMUL


The Royal London Hospital





Mike Barrett

Facilitator


ST8 Orthopaedic Registrar


The Royal London Hospital




before you join us...


to ensure an awesome learning environment and experience for all, we ask that you follow these simple requests





get comfortable


Find a quiet space, sit down with your favourite drink, relax and listen to the webinar. 






Questions via q&a


Please post any questions you may have into the Q&A feature. These can be answered live or as free text by the panel.





Tell your friends


The more the merrier! Tell everyone who may be interested: surgeons, junior doctors, nurses, physios etc. Share the experience.





Enjoy!


We wish for this platform to be a fun, engaging and interactive community. We therefore ask that you show respect for others, and enjoy your time with us!




more awesome content




take the learning one step further


MSc Orthopaedic Trauma Science


This course is tailored to meet the needs of international graduates from all healthcare and health sciences backgrounds including surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses, operating department staff, allied health professionals and those with
a specialist interest in orthopaedic trauma education and training. 




crossmenu linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram