2016 Meeting Prize Winners

Following on from a successful BTS Meeting at The Counci House in Birmingham this month (November 2016) we are delighted to announce the following prize winners: Best Clinical Presentation: 1st Prize – ‘Hindfoot fractures in UK combat casualties: medium term patient reported outcomes’ Tom Stevenson 2nd Prize – ‘Outcome of surgical stabilisation of complex chest wall injuries

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CPD Accreditation Awarded

The 2016 BTS Meeting has been awarded CPD Points. Delegates can qualify for the following point structure for attendance to the meeting: Tuesday 8th November – Medico-Legal Day – Points TBC Wednesday 9th November – 6 points Thursday 10th November – 5 points    

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Keynote Speakers for BTS 2016 Announced.

We now have our four keynote speakers for BTS 2016 confirmed, and we are sure that their planned talks are going to stimulate conversation across the 2 days of meeting. We are very privileged to have the following speakers presenting at BTS 2016: Theodoros Tosounidis, Consultant in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery at the Major Trauma Centre, Leeds

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The Emergency Surgery and Trauma e-Learning Suite

The Emergency Surgery and Trauma e-learning suite of modules, brings together a range of nationally and internationally renowned expertise, and focuses on key messages and practical tips in emergency surgery and trauma care. The modules contain talks and discussions from international speakers with direct experience in dealing with emergency care following traumatic events.  All modules

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BTS 2016 Open for Registration!

We are delighted to announce that BTS 2016 will be taking place at the Council House Birmngham on the 9-10th November 2016! To find out more about the event and to book your place please click HERE. Remember, book early to take advantage of the Early Bird prices! Members benefit from discounted prices so become

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Paediatric orthopaedic FRCS (Orth) revision course

Date: 7—8 October 2016 Venue: The Gordon Museum, King’s College London Website link: Course overview This two day paediatric orthopaedic revision course is designed for candidates taking the FRCS (Orth) examination, section 2 (vivas and clinicals) and is entirely hands-on/interactive. The first day consists of vivas and spotter sessions involving spot diagnoses made on

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