Registrars Day Annual Conference 2019
Each presenter will be allocated 5 MINUTES per oral presentation.
THIS TIME WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED!!!
Presenters will present in groups of 4 (as below) with time for questions after each group.
Please email your final presentations before 5pm on Thursday 4thJuly to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get them all uploaded ready for you on the day.
Please also bring a back-up on a USB stick on the day to negate the inevitable IT disaster
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Posters need to be mounted at the start of the day. The top 3 posters will be invited to give a 3 minute oral presentation.
1. J Widnall – submuscular plating for tibial fractures in paediatric population.
2. C Vella – TKR survivorship by design philosophy based on NJR data for England & Wales.
3. N Mehta – Outcomes of revision for recurrent primary THR dislocation.
4. M Philpott – Posterior approaches to the ankle – an analysis of 3 approaches for access to the posterior distal tibia.
5. A Newton – Largest described series of distal intersection syndrome: a rare unappreciated cause of radial sided wrist pain.
6. L Blackburn – The rates of VTE in patients immobilized in a walking boot.
7. F Rashid – Results of Impaction bone grafting for primary THR in a DGH with no bone bank.
8. D Bodansky – Are pre-op PROMS in hip & knee replacement consistent over time? A prospective cohort analysis.
9. S Khan – Can the PATHFx tool help in deciding how to manage metastatic pathologic fractures? A retrospective study evaluating the efficacy of the PATHFx tool.
10. M Hughes – The assessment and management of paediatric shoulder instability.
11. B Kapur – Orthopaedic Implant labelling – reading the small print. Preventing a never event.
12. A Mahmood – Are patients with NOF’s on DOAC’s at increased risk of morbidity and mortality?
13. T Cash – The benefits of BOASTing. Has implementation of the BOAST ankle fracture guidelines led to earlier surgery?
14. J Shelton – The prevalence of protrusion acetabuli in primary THR.
15. M As-Sultany – Does the OPTIModel application help to determine the management strategy in long bone metastatic lesions?
16. C Chan – Intraoperative spinal cord monitoring with somatosensory, transcranial electrical motor evoked potential and free running electromyography in post-traumatic kyphosis correction.
17. P Skellorn – Regional variation in implant usage and cost for hip hemiarthroplasty within HENW (Mersey Sector) – informing a discussion on centralised purchasing.
18. A Dhadwal – Synovasure – Is it the best marker for helping diagnosis of prosthetic joint infections?
19. S Gandham – An audit to improve the best practice tariff for NOF’s in a DGH.
20. G Wilson – Weight-bearing radiographs for undisplaced webber B ankle fractures in fracture clinic.
21. Lara Jayatilaka – Indications and outcomes of distal locking femoral stems in hip surgery. A case series.
22. M Nagy – Audit on neurovascular injuries in supracondylar elbow fractures.
23. T Kwaees – Cementation technique for elbow arthroplasty; an international survey of orthopaedic surgeons.
24. H Benjamin-Laing – Cauda Equina pathway and investigations in a DGH.
25. S Dorman – Pregnancy, maternity leave and returning to work in T&O registrars – a national review of trainee and trainer experiences.
26. A Ramavath – Tranexamic acid use in hip & knee arthroplasty.
27. G Reddy – Association of pre-operative bacteriuria and the risk of developing early prosthetic joint infection.
28. U Alao – Idiopathic AVN of the scaphoid & lunate.
29. R Singhal – Outcomes of surgical management of recurrent dislocation of primary THR.
30. M Mohamed – Alder Hey scan jacket: the future management of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.
31. M Fagir – Fragility fractures audit using the VFC database.
32. N Zreik – patient coaching in trauma & orthopaedics.
33. D Hawkes – Can grip strength be used as a surrogate marker to monitor recovery from shoulder fatigue?
34. M Grant – Mentorship in UK orthopaedic training – should we be doing more?
35. S Abdalla – Audit of shoulder periprosthetic joint infections.