Posts filed under: Surveys

Help us guide future research about problematic knee replacements The British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) are running a PSP in partnership with the James Lind Alliance (JLA). The aim of this process is to bring patients, carers...
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Impact on training in trauma and orthopaedic surgery. BOTA is acutely aware that winter pressures have had a drastic impact which has been detrimental to training this year. We need to know first hand from you the magnitude of the...
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    Ever been involved with Orthopaedics in the developing world? Ever thought about it? BOTA are interested in hearing your views to try and help shape how trainees can engage with overseas work more easily, more safely, and in a...
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Study Title: A Survey on Attitudes Towards Surgical Preparation COMPLETE THE SURVEY HERE We want to understand how surgical performance and patient safety can be improved and we ask that you try to respond honestly and accurately. It is important to note...
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From the JCST: We are proud to be running a co-badged survey of trainee morale with the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) and the British Orthopaedic Trainees’ Association (BOTA). All trainees with a National Training Number (NTN) at Core...
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The best method for skin closure following fractured neck of femur surgery remains unclear. High quality reports in the literature are lacking and the data in print is conflicting. We felt it timely to survey current skin closure preferences following...
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