BOTA + ORUK Sustainability in orthopaedic surgery virtual conference | 22 June 2023


The BOTA + ORUK Sustainability in orthopaedic surgery virtual conference 2023 is your chance to explore the latest advances and discussion in sustainability within orthopaedic surgery through engaging speakers, abstract and poster submissions. Join medical professionals from across the globe as we explore how to improve our carbon footprint and strengthen sustainability in orthopaedic surgery.

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🗣️ ORUK Seed Fund competition

We will be holding a Dragon’s Den competition for a £1,500 seed fund! If you’ve got a sustainability research project, live in the UK and you need a helping hand to get it off the ground then THIS is the perfect opportunity for you. Submit your proposals today! The best proposals will get to battle it out live at the conference for the chance to win £1,500. This is an incredible opportunity and not one to be missed. Click here to submit your proposal

We are thrilled to confirm that Professor Eastwood, President of the British Orthopaedic Association, will be joining

🗣️Just some of the speakers coming along to our Conference!

✳️ Mr Aneel Bhangu – Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, discussing the first carbon neutral operation

✳️ Mr Oliver Donaldson – Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, discussing surgical tray rationalisation

✳️ Prof Scarlet McNally – Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, discussing Lean Methodology in sustainability quality improvement in Trauma and Orthopaedics

✳️ Mr Rohan Prakash – NJR Sustainability Fellow, discussing the fellowship and sustainability with the NJR

✳️ Miss Shamim Umarji – Consultant Hand Surgeon, discussing utilising Hand Hubs to reduce the carbon footprint of elective hand surgery

✳️ Mr John Williams – Trauma and Orthopaedics Specialty Registrar, discussing supply chains and how trainees can be involved in advocating for ethical and sustainable improvements in these