Orthopaedic and trauma course for emergency medicine | 26 — 27 November 2022

Overview

Please note

  • PO/Invoice requests will not be accepted after 26 October 2022.
  • Tickets for the “full course”  have sold out, we only have tickets available for “lectures only” (excludes the plaster application session).

This course will cover all aspects of trauma and orthopaedics needed for any person working in an accident and emergency department. Designed for all levels of staff including; SHO’s, registrars, ENP’s, GP’s working in A&E, and A&E consultants that wish to refresh their knowledge.

The first day will consist of comprehensive lectures, with ample time for discussions and clarifying issues with experienced faculty. The second day is devoted to hands-on session experience of plaster application.

By the end of the course delegates will be confident in dealing with the varying trauma which lands on their door step. They will also be familiar with emergency treatment of all trauma in A&E and more importantly when to refer.

The Programme

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Convenor

Mr Krishna Vemulapalli

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Mr Krishna Vemulapalli graduated from India and completed his higher surgical training at The Royal London Hospital and Percivall Potts Rotation before his appointment as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Barking Havering & Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust. He specialises in foot and ankle surgery and orthopaedic surgery for children. He is also honorary senior lecturer at Queen Mary University, London.

He is passionate about teaching and was instrumental in getting the Queens Hospital ‘Training Hospital of the Year 2014’ and 2nd runner-up in 2020 for Orthopaedics. He organises several courses for the future orthopaedic consultants.

He was nominated 8 times as ‘Trainer of the year’ and has won several awards for Teaching including ‘Trainer of Year 2015’ and ‘Highly Commended Clinical Supervisor of the year-PGMDE-UCL partners 2016’ and runner-up for Stanmore and Pott rotation in 2020.

He is a Clinical Lead of the department and chief architect for BONES (BHRUT Orthopaedics NHS Elective Surgery) Project which is a pioneer NHS High Volume week performing 135 Hip & Knee arthoplasties and 85 day cases in a week. This project has been described as ‘Exemplary’ by the RCS president in British Parliament as well as example of delivering the elective service in the February 2022 NHS report.

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Lectures only
 - £200.00
Full course
 - £250.00
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