Northumbria Lower limb hip and knee arthroplasty post available at short notice for August 17-Aug 18, or for 18/19. BOA Clinical Leaders Programme. Current fellow will do approx 100 revisions and 150 primaries. Contact [email protected] Visit http://bit.ly/2pdYL5z...
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Applications are invited for a Limb Reconstruction research fellow, based at Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Hull, UK, for 6 months with the potential to increase to 12 months. Applicants must hold full GMC registration. Applicants should also...
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The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) and the British Orthopaedic Trainees’ Association (BOTA) are extremely disappointed by the decision of the Joint Committee on Surgical Training (JCST) and the Royal Colleges to raise the annual trainee fee by a...
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The FRCS (Tr & Orth) Exam – how to apply and FAQs Written by Mr. Lawrence Moulton FRCS, BOTA SAC Representative and Mr. Martin Owen at JCIE BOTA have frequently been contacted about the FRCS exam by members recently and...
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As SAC representative, I attended the SAC meeting on behalf of BOTA.  The SAC is the committee that decides on the requirements for us to CCT in Trauma and Orthopaedics.  There were several issues discussed and I would like to...
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Thank you for submitting your application to be considered for a BOTA Medical Student Bursary 2017. We had 23 entries this year, with an extremely impressive standard of applications. After voting as a committee, the three winning entrants were: Omar...
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BOTA are pleased to support Junior Reviews: an innovative website that lets you rate, review, and compare medical training in the UK – helping you find the very best places to train! You can browse training programmes by Trust, Local Education...
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An interesting audit designed to look at consent. Since the Montgomery ruling in 2015, the purpose of this audit is to establish whether surgical practice is keeping up with the recent changes in UK law. The audit consists of a survey...
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This year’s Winter SCOT meeting saw the presentation of the inaugural ‘Silver Sgian-Dubh’ Award for best Scottish Orthopaedic Trainer of the Year. Four nominations from each region were put forwards for the award; Mr Robert Cook  (South East), Mr Neil...
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OrthoBuzz is a blog from the publishers of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, one of the most trusted names in orthopaedics. The OrthoBuzz mission is to efficiently inform readers about developments in the orthopaedic and healthcare communities that...
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