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BOA 2021 Annual Congress Sponsored Webinar

Importance of registries in orthopaedics to improve patient outcomes

Tuesday 9th November 2021 18:00 - 19:00

A recording of this webinar is available to Congress ticket holders on the virtual sessions tab here.

As part of the BOA Annual Congress 2021, Pfizer Ltd is proud to organise and sponsor a virtual symposium on the Importance of Registries in Orthopaedics to Improve Patient Outcomes.

Our upcoming symposium features expert speakers in a 60-minute interactive session. They will share data from their registries as well as discuss ways to improve patient outcomes.

  Session Speaker
(10 mins)
Welcome: why are registries important in orthopaedics? Professor Mike Reed
NJR Steering Committee, Chair of the Bone and Joint Infection Registry
(30 mins)
Lessons from and Recommendations for Orthopaedic Registries Chair Professor Mike Reed
NJR Steering Committee, Chair of the Bone and Joint Infection Registry
National Joint Registry Professor Ashley Blom
NJR Analysis Team Lead NJR Analysis Team Lead
Past President of the European Orthopaedic Research Society
Non-arthroscopy Hip Registry Mr Ajay Malviya
Chair of the NAHR
International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Patient Registry Mr Mike McNicholas
Chair of the ICRS Patient Registry Steering Committee
(15 mins)
Panel Discussion: Improving patient outcomes and Q&A All
(5 mins)
Summary & Close Professor Mike Reed
NJR Steering Committee, Chair of the Bone and Joint infection Registry
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Mike Reed

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, North of England

Professor Mike Reed is a full-time hip and knee joint replacement surgeon. He trained in the North of England and did fellowships in New Zealand.

He was previously a co-author of the trauma and orthopaedic curriculum led the orthopaedic elogbook, with over 50M ops logged in all specialties. He was training programme director for Northern (67 trainees), and he chaired the education committee for the British Orthopaedic Association.

At a Trust level Mike has run improvement programmes in hip fracture care, infection prevention and enhanced recovery for Northumbria Healthcare. Northumbria has the shortest length of stay in the UK for primary joint replacement with over 2700 performed each year. He is Clinical Director, working with a team of 25 talented colleagues. He is President of the British Orthopaedic Directors 2020-2022, and sits on Council of the British Orthopaedic Association.

His research focuses on clinical outcomes and infection prevention, diagnosis and management. With Northumbria he is leading a national collaborative on hip fracture care and runs basic science research from Newcastle University and clinical trails from the University of York. He supervises multiple MD and PhDs, and is leading 3 large multicenter studies.

Mike is on the steering committee and executive of the National Joint Registry and Chairs the Annual Report.

Chair, BODS revalidation Session,

Speaker, NJR Session

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Michael McNicholas

Honorary Senior Lecturer, Division of Cell Matrix Biology & Regenerative Medicine, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester

Mr Michael McNicholas, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Division of Cell Matrix Biology & Regenerative Medicine, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester

Mr Mike McNicholas is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Liverpool University Hospitals, Broadgreen, where he has a regional referral elective knee surgery practice treating all aspects of soft tissue knee pathology and sports injuries, with arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction, articular cartilage resurfacing, osteotomy and primary partial, total and revision knee replacements.

He was trained in St Andrews, Manchester, Dundee, Inverness and Edinburgh and completed fellowships in Switzerland, America and Japan. In 2001, his first consultant post as a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon was at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust followed, in 2012 , at the Aintree University Hospital Regional Major Trauma Unit. He has a medicolegal practice focussing on knee surgery related negligence, and has been invited to lecture on the effects of the Montgomery ruling upon trauma and orthopaedic surgical practice. In the last 19 years he has performed over 1,100 knee replacement procedures, 7,000 arthroscopies and 1,600 knee ligament reconstructions. (*Figures correct Sept 2020.)

He is President of the UK Biological knee Society, who promote reconstruction and regeneration being used to avoid arthroplasty, when approriate. The International Cartilage Regeneration and Joint Preservation Society (ICRS) aims to advance science and educate on the prevention and treatment of cartilage disease worldwide, he is a member of its General Board.

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Ajay Malviya

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & UK Senior Lecturer, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust, and Newcastle University

Ajay Malviya is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust in the North-East of England. He specialises in pathologies affecting the young adult hip and has expertise in periacetabular osteotomy for hip dysplasia using a minimally invasive approach and hip arthroscopy. He has a wide tertiary referral practice and is one of the highest volume hip preservation surgeons in the United Kingdom. In his routine practice, he deals with sports injuries of the hip and has published and presented widely on the results of hip arthroscopy and pelvic osteotomy in athletes and the general population. He has also completed a PhD on the role of hip arthroscopy in femoroacetabular impingement.

He is the Chairman of the UK Non-Arthroplasty Hip Registry, which collects outcomes on hip preservation procedures performed in the UK and leads research initiatives from the Registry. In addition, he is the Deputy Editor of the Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery (Oxford University Press).

He has an active interest in research with more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals to his name, and lectures nationally and internationally. He is also the Chair of the Research Education and Mentorship committee of SICOT. He was awarded the prestigious ABC (America-Britain-Canada) fellowship in 2016 and travelled around North America, visiting several high-profile centres.

He is heavily involved in training and is an examiner for FRCS T&O. He is in the BOA Education and Careers committee as the National Lead of the UK and Ireland orthopaedic in-training examination (UKITE).

Chair, Modernising care of young patients with hip pain - BHS Revalidation

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