Date(s) - 16/12/2017
The Royal Society of Medicine, London
Orthopaedic surgery is the ‘nuts & bolts’ speciality; it is as much a biomechanical science as it is a surgical craft. In orthopaedics, the mode of treatment and the choice of implants are just as important as the skill to operate precisely to reach a specific anatomical landmark. This course is aimed at junior doctors who would like to increase their understanding of orthopaedics. The participants will learn about the key biomechanical principles that must be considered in making orthopaedic decisions. This understanding will help to make the clinical practice in orthopaedics more rewarding and stimulate further enthusiasm for the specialty. The course has been very popular and well received by the FY and CT/ST trainees alike. It has been awarded 6 CPD points by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Course Fee: £199
Delegates will get a FREE copy of textbook titled: Orthopaedic Biomechanics Made Easy (RRP £37.99) printed by Cambridge University Press.