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COVID-19 x Charnley orthopaedic management of injuries




COVID-19 x Charnley

the conservative management

of orthopaedic injuries



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With the global COVID-19 pandemic, orthopaedic surgeons are being challenged to consider whether many of the fractures that we have become accustomed to treating surgically can actually be managed non-operatively. As our ability to carry out general anaesthesia and specialist blocks becomes constrained and our desire to keep patients out of hospital intensifies, this webinar considers the fundamental question of which fractures can be safely managed non-operatively, and what that treatment looks like.

Join us on 
Wednesday 15th April at 8pm to hear our panels thoughts and discuss with them.

Target audience – all orthopaedic practitioners, from consultants/attending grades through to surgical trainees, PAs, nurse specialists and plaster techs.




webinar cases





wrist fracture






tibial plateau






ankle fracture






hip fracture





Faculty


Joined by experts in all fields of orthopaedic trauma care.





Pete Bates

Host & Speaker


Consultant Pelvic & Acetabular Surgeon


The Royal London Hospital





Livio Di Masco

Speaker


Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon


The Royal London Hospital





Alex Trompeter

Speaker


Consultant OrthoTrauma Surgeon


St George's Hospital






Kash Akhtar

Host


Consultant Knee Surgeon & Senior Lecturer QMUL


The Royal London Hospital





Mike Barrett

Facilitator


ST8 Orthopaedic Registrar


The Royal London Hospital




next webinar


Wednesday 22nd April 2020

8pm (UK)



COVID-19 & trainees
 


the impact on orthopaedic training: what does it mean for you?








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. 




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