Improving outcomes for the shoulder & elbow | 22 November 2023

Overview

“Expert to Expert”

This meeting has been running annually since 2015 in partnership with the British Elbow & Shoulder Society (BESS). It serves as a forum for surgeons and AHP’s who are involved in shoulder and elbow practice to meet and discuss different aspects of their practice.

Shoulder and Elbow surgery continues to evolve, with newer innovations and use of technology. Computerised preplanning software, patient specific jigs and implants and navigation for shoulder arthroplasty continue to be adopted. At this year’s meeting we look at various technological solutions for shoulder arthroplasty.

As pressures on Health service continue to increase, with focus on improving efficiency, we will discuss Enhanced recovery and daycase shoulder arthroplasty.

One of the measures to ease pressure on secondary care is the use of FCPs and we look at the role of FCPs.

We also have a session on professionalism, training and feedback.

Programme

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    Improving outcomes for the shoulder & elbow | 22 November 2023
    Location Manchester

Convenors:

Mr Kapil Kumar

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, NHS Grampian

Mr Kapil Kumar is an experienced Orthopaedic Consultant, specialising in Upper Limb orthopaedic conditions, having worked as a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary since 2007.
Mr Kapil Kumar graduated from University of Delhi and moved to the UK after completing his Orthopaedic Training. He trained in Orthopedics in Aberdeen before further subspecialising in Shoulder and Elbow surgery.
His advanced training Fellowships in Shoulder and Elbow surgery were at Reading Shoulder Unit, and the Upper Limb Unit at Wrightington Hospital. Both these institutions are world renowned for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery.
Mr Kapil Kumar’s specialist interests include rotator cuff injuries, subacromial impingement, frozen shoulder, shoulder dislocation, recurrent shoulder instability, shoulder and elbow arthritis, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel; Dupuytren’s contracture, joint arthroscopy and shoulder replacement.

Ms Jayanti Rai

NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellow and Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust

Jayanti Rai works as an advanced physiotherapy practitioner in Kent and is an NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellow. She is a British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) AHP Education Committee member and education lead for ATOCP. She is the vice president of the European Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation Society. She specialised in upper limb rehabilitation. Jayanti has collaborated on and worked on various NIHR clinical research projects. Jayanti was the principal investigator and lead physiotherapist for UKFROST, a frozen shoulder clinical trial. She was also awarded the BESS AHP travelling fellowship, which enabled her to visit leading upper limb units in the UK, Europe, and the USA.

 

 

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Allied Health Professional (Includes Physiotherapists)
 - £65.00
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 - £95.00
Consultant
 - £110.00
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