GIRFT guidance for hip and knee surgery outlines measures to support reduced length of stay
Clinical guidance demonstrating best practice ambulatory care for elective hip a...
REDUCE hip fracture service implementation toolkit
The BOA is delighted to support a new 'toolkit' for senior doctors and hospital ...
National Clinical Impact Awards (NCIA) 2023
The 2023 round of National Clinical Impact Awards (NCIA) will open on 3 March 20...
Joint statement from surgical organisations on result of BMA ballot for junior doctor strike action in England
The BMA’s UK Junior Doctors Committee have announced the result of their ballot ...
The British Orthopaedic Association supports 5,000 members throughout the UK and internationally. By bringing together all those working in trauma and orthopaedic surgery we aim to provide national leadership and a unifying focus supporting our members to deliver excellence in patient care.
We have membership categories tailored to suit all career stages and types of professional involved in the trauma and orthopaedic workforce, with a variety of membership benefits.Find out more
Upcoming Courses and Events
See below for the upcoming courses and events from the BOA and you can see more events on our Events Calendar.
The BOA is keeping under review the courses that we run, and currently booked participants on upcoming courses have already been contacted to discuss this.
You can read more about the current situation with our courses and how BOA activities are affected by coronavirus here.
Training Orthopaedic Trainers Course (TOTs)
The Training Orthopaedic Trainers programme has been established to improve the ...
Training Orthopaedic Educational Supervisors (TOES)
The BOA Training Orthopaedic Educational Supervisors (TOES) course is now runnin...
Law for Orthopaedic Surgeons - Avoiding Jeopardy
This course aims to provide knowledge of the elements of law which underpin vari...
SAS Professional Development Programme
2023 dates for our online SAS Professional Development Programme will be confirm...