Improving outcomes for the shoulder & elbow | 10 November 2022

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.

As with previous years the meeting will be comprehensive and discuss topics such as GIRFT best practice library (SAD & RCR, TER elective & trauma), ODEP, NJR update, shoulder – surgeon level reporting and MDS8.

Topics Include:

  • NCIP portal update
  • Elbow arthroplasty service provision update
  • GIRFT best practice library (SAD & RCR, TER elective & trauma)
  • BESS AHP best practice guidelines development – anterior stabilisation
  • UKFROST 2 results – a call to physiotherapy practice
  • ODEP
  • NJR update, shoulder – surgeon level reporting and MDS8
  • Bone and joint infection registry

 

The Programme

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Convenors

Mr James Blacknall

Advanced Practice Shoulder and Elbow Physiotherapist, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

James is an Advanced Practice Shoulder and Elbow Physiotherapist at Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Mr Radhakant Pandey

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Mr Pandey is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospitals of Leicester and has been for over 21 years.

He trained in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Oxford and London. His main interests are in  Shoulder and Elbow surgery and Sports medicine,

Mr Pandey has been involved in extensive research involving prosthetic loosening and prosthetic infections. He has over 45 peer reviewed publications and has various national and international presentations and delivered various invited lectures.

He was the ‘Trainer of the Year 2016-2017’ for the Leicester deanery.

He was also Awarded- The BESS Senior travelling fellowship 2009-2010, BESS CPD  fellowship, British Orthopaedic Association – ASEAN travelling fellowship for the year 2007, James Turner Travelling Prize 1997-98 Girdlestone Orthopaedic society, Oxford U.K.

He was awarded NORMAN ROBERTS MEDAL 1997 awarded by University of Liverpool U.K. for the best Thesis for MCH (Ortho).

Mr Pandey has been an examiner for the FRCS (Tr & orth) exam (both national and international) for over 12 years.

 

 

Event Details

Date:
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Registration:
Industry Representative
 - £110.00
Allied Health Professional (Includes Physiotherapists)
 - £65.00
Trainee
 - £95.00
Consultant
 - £110.00
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