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Teaching topics for previous terms are as follows:
 

Summer 2015: Spine

Autumn 2015: Hip

Spring 2016: Hand & Wrist

Summer 2016: Outstanding Issues

*****End of 3 Year Cycle*****

Autumn 2016:        Paediatrics

Spring 2017: Basic Science

Summer 2017: Upper Limb

Autumn 2017:           Knee

Spring 2018:            Foot & Ankle

Oxford Orthopaedic Teaching

The formal postgraduate teaching programme in Oxford is on a Wednesday afternoon at either:

Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre.
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Lecture Theatre starting at 2.15pm - 5pm

John Radcliffe Hospital.
Kadoorie Centre ( 3rd floor - main building) on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, hosted by the Trauma service starting at 2.15pm.

Medical Sciences Teaching Centre.
South Parks Road, Oxford. OX1 3PL.

Feedback is encouraged on the teaching sessions in order to develop the programme in the future.


Spring Term 2018 – Foot & Ankle

Date

Topic

Speaker

10th Jan

TRAUMA

 

 

17th Jan

Orthotics

Tour of Tebbit Centre

Ankle  & Hindfoot Arthritis

Drew Dodds ​(AD)

AD/ RRB

Mark Rogers

24th Jan

Hallux Rigidus

Forefoot Work station (1 MTP Fusion)

Hallux Valgus

Forefoot Work Station (Scarf)

Rick Brown

Orthosolutions

Kinner Davda

Orthosolutions

31st Jan

Management of the Flat Foot

Callum Clark

Raman Dega

7th Feb

Ankle Instability Lateral Ligament

Ankle arthroscopy &  OCD

Bob Sharp

John Grice

14th Feb

TRAUMA

 

 

21st Feb

The Acute Diabetic Foot

Charcot Arthropathy

Con Loizou

Simon Clint

28th Feb

Trauma Research Meeting, Reading

 

 

7th March

Infection

Tumours

Plantar Fascitis

Achilles Tendon Pathology

RRB

CL

Bill Ribbons

14th March

TRAUMA

 

 

21st March

Quiz

Rick Brown

*** End of Term ***


















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