Mr Amratlal D Patel, MBChB, FRCS
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic surgeon
Norfolk and Norwich University hospital
Norfolk, NR2 2NE
My training in shoulder and upper limb surgery was at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) and on the South West Rotational Training Scheme. I spent one year as a fellow at Sunnybrook Medical Centre in Toronto learning about the management of multiply-injured patients and about pelvic and acetabular reconstruction.
Mr Stuart Matthews, MB, BS, LRCP, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Eng)
Consultant Trauma Surgeon
Consultant Surgeon in Major Orthopaedic Trauma at the Leeds University Teaching Hospitals
Highly and widely experienced Trauma Surgeon and Educator used to working in austere as well as in cutting edge environments with French as a Mother Tongue and medicolegal expert for Personal Injury since 1989 and Clinical Negligence since 1994. Stuart’s medical interests include the management of multisystem trauma and complex fractures.
Deepa Bose, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics
Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre
Birmingham, B15 2TH
I did a Welsh orthopaedic training rotation and was part of a limb reconstruction fellowship in Oxford. Research and clinical interests are complex lower limb trauma, bone infection, non-union, malunion and fractures with bone loss.
Miss Aurélie Hay-David MBBS, BSc(Hons), MRCS(Eng), MSc
Trauma & Orthopaedic Registrar
Graduated from Barts & The London and inspired by the multidisciplinary care of polytrauma patients brought in by HEMS. Maintains a strong interest in injury prevention and the mechanism of injuries that takes her trackside to motorbikes, horseracing and horse trials.
Abigail Clarke Morgan
Qualifying in 2007 from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine, I completed my foundation training in the Oxford Deanery and then moved to Wessex for my Core Surgical Training. I enjoyed the logic and mechanics of Orthopaedics from my first job as an F2 and things snowballed from there – culminating in several years at a major trauma centre back in London. It is from those years at King’s College Hospital that the importance of trauma care became clear to me and my involvement in the British Trauma Society commenced. During those years, I also undertook clinical governance work and this actually inspired a completely new direction to my career. I am now studying for the Graduate Diploma in Law and working towards becoming a barrister.
Mr Alexander M Bolt MBChB(Hons), MRCS(Eng)
Trauma & Orthopaedic surgical registrar
I graduated from Keele University and spent my core surgical training years within the West Midlands trauma network. I am privileged to be part of the Oswestry Stoke rotation, which is known for its exceptional training. I have a passion for teaching & trauma and hope to engage medical students in trauma care across specialties to develop their interest and skills in the management of trauma. My clinical interests are upper limb surgery including hands and general trauma.
I have always had an interest in Trauma since my pre-registration years. I secured a post as a Basic surgical trainee at University Hospital North Staffordshire (Now Midlands) due to it being the first level 1 Major trauma centre (MTC) in the UK and having an national reputation in Trauma.
Following that I went down the Orthopaedic route as I noted the majority of the Polytrauma patients that came in had significant musculoskeletal injuries and the Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons were always in the thick of it!
I moved to Liverpool for my Higher Surgical Training and am now post CCT and in my Fellowship year with 6 months at the University Hospital Aintree, the Merseyside MTC, and am then moving to complete 6 months at the renowned Oxford Trauma Unit as one of the Senior Trauma Fellows. The John Radcliffe is also the regional MTC. I have been a member of the British Trauma Society since 2003 and wish to see it continue to thrive and grow further as an inclusive multi-disciplinary society associated with all those interested in Trauma at any level.”