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The JCST have released the following statement regarding the situation of ST3 numbers in London this year: “Following the controversy surrounding the lack of NTNs in London last year for T&O, we are aware that a number of you may...
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Orthopaedic Institute www.orthopaedic-institute.org Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Oswestry      Shropshire      SY10 7AG   For further details on any of the courses below, please contact [email protected] or visit the the website www.orthopaedic-institute.org   2017  16 March...
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Applications for the BOA Clinical Leaders Programme 2016/17 are now open. The programme provides an excellent opportunity to develop leadership potential within the Trauma and Orthopaedic field, as well as offering further educational support. This year, applications are open to...
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Our BOTA President, Mustafa “Muzzy” Rashid is running for RCS(Eng) Council election. There are currently no trainees on RCS Council as full members. Please consider voting for Muzzy to help ensure the RCS becomes better at representing trainee surgeons. Deadline...
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British Orthopaedic Surveillance Study (BOSS) Study is a nationwide NIHR study for which we are seeking the input from orthopaedic trainees. BOSS will collect all cases of orthopaedic rare diseases (initially Perthes’ disease and Slipped Epiphysis) over a 1 year period...
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You will join our highly successful clinical Integrated Academic Training (IAT) Programme, the IAT programme is part of the National Institute of Health Research programme. Core duties of the post consist of research in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, participation in...
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On behalf of BOTA and OrthoEvidence, we are happy to announce that we have acquired unlimited access to OrthoEvidence (OE) for all BOTA members. OE’s database has over 3,100 high impact evidence summaries from more than 360 journals of the highest-quality research...
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