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Duthie Day 2017

Duthie Day 2017 will take place on Friday 24th November.

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Previous Years

Trainer of the Year

2016 - Mr Andy Wainwright - Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

2015 - Mr Steve Gwilym - John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

2014 - Mr John Morley - Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading

2013 - Miss Rachel Buckingham - Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

2012 - Mr Andrew Floyd (Milton Keynes) & Mr Robert Marshall (Reading)

2011 - Mr Max Gibbons - Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

2010 - Mr Alastair Graham - Stoke Mandeville Hospital


Best Presentation Prize


Clinical Award: TBC

Basic Science / Research Award: TBC


Clinical Award: Mr Daniel Howgate

Patient selection, peri-operative risk, and outcomes following simultaneous versus staged bilateral TKA.

Basic Science / Research Award: Mr Adrian Kendal

Activation of degenerative human tendon cells with therapeutic nano-fibres


Clincal Award : Mr Dan Rolton

Do we believe in Magec?  

Basic Science / Research Award: Mr Benjamin Davies

Optimising Stem Cell Harvesting In Orthopaedic Surgery


Clincal Award : Mr Adrian Kendal

Improved ten-year mortality following metal-on-metal hip resurfacing compared to total hip replacement in England

Basic Science / Research Award: Miss Salma Chaudhury

A systematically administered prodrug nanomedicine targets and modulates fracture healing in mice


Clinical Award: Mr James Pegrum

Choosing Between Hemiarthroplasty and Total Hip Replacements for Neck of Femurs fractures - Are we Choosing wisely?

Basic Science/Research Award: Mr Paul Monk

Evolved for hip arthritis?


Clinical Award: Mr James Pegrum

The inadequacy of pelvic imaging and the cost to the NHS and patients- a multicentre review

Basic Science/Research Award: Mr Joseph Alsousou

The effect of platelet rich plasma on tenocytes in human Achilles tendon tissues: an in vitro culture study


Basic Science Award: Mr Joseph Alsousou

Platelet rich plasma in accelerated tendo-achilles healing (PATH) - a randomised control trial.

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