The 2019 BOA Instructional Course will take place on Saturday 12th January at the Macdonald Hotel Manchester.
This one day programme will run in two parallel streams and provide curriculum driven clinical updates and critical condition assessment opportunities aimed at T&O trainees and SAS surgeons.
Stream One covers: Clinical Based Discussions (CBDs) in diabetic foot; necrotising fasciitis; spinal infection and metastatic spinal compression.
Stream Two covers: Foot and ankle; shoulder and elbow; hand and wrist; hip and knee, spine and paediatrics.
Dave Cloke is a consultant upper limb surgeon in Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust since 2010. He qualified in Newcastle and trained in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery in the Northern Deanery before completing the Sheffield Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship. He completed the Bath Sports Medicine MSc. His main clinical interests are in Shoulder and Elbow trauma and arthroplasty.
Dave has a keen interest in training. He was Northern T&O Trainer of the Year in 2014, former Associate TPD, is a BESS Education Committee member, and is an FRCS examiner. He is a member of AO faculty and teaches on the BOA Training Orthopaedic Trainers course. He is also a former member of the Army Reserve.
Dave’s current priority is maintenance of work/life balance with family.
Niall Eames is an orthopaedic spine surgeon, being Clinical Director of Orthopaedics and Spinal surgery in Belfast. He is Education Lead for the UKSSB and sits on the BOAs Education Committee. Niall also sits on the British Scoliosis Society Executive and is a member of the BASS Education committee. He has been leading on the Spinal Training Interface Group on behalf of the combined neurosurgical and orthopaedic spinal societies over the last 3 years and is the first Chairman of the newly formed Spinal Training Interface Group Committee.
His practice covers all aspects of spinal surgery. He is an examiner for the JCIE in Trauma & Orthopaedics.
Fergal Patrick Monsell was born in Dublin and emigrated shortly before England won the World cup. After attending Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School, Rochester he graduated without distinction from the Welsh National School of Medicine. He completed higher surgical training at the University of Manchester and fellowship training at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Sydney. He was appointed to the Consultant staff at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore in 1997 and has been a Consultant at the Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol since 2005.
His clinical practice is broad based with a special interest is the management of patients with limb deformity. He has experience in surgical and prosthetic management of this patient group and leads a multi-disciplinary team. He is involved in all aspects of paediatric trauma and the treatment of children with cerebral palsy using a spectrum of contemporary techniques.
He has an active research portfolio and has published on surgical innovation, outcomes in limb reconstruction and paediatric orthopaedic surgery. He is involved in the provision of global healthcare and runs an international visiting surgeons programme
He has been awarded degrees at Masters and Doctorate level, is visiting Professor at Cardiff University and King James IV Professor for 2018-9.
He is General Editor for AO Surgery Reference (Paediatric Trauma), a Member of the Board of the Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery, the Education Committee of the BOA, Council of Management of Bone and Joint Journal and Specialty Editor for paediatrics. He is Past President of the British Limb reconstruction Society and was an ABC travelling fellow in 2000.
He is married to Ros, who he met at school, has three grown-up children and to his credit is a lifelong Spurs supporter.
Professor Mike Reed
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.
At a Trust level Mike has run improvement programmes in hip fracture care, infection prevention and enhanced recovery for Northumbria Healthcare. He currently leads on quality in Trauma and Orthopaedics, and provides external reviews for other organisations.
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.
Professor Phil Turner
Professor Philip Turner has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based at Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, UK since 1990. He is the senior surgeon in the department and specialises in all aspects of knee surgery having established a tertiary referral unit for complex knee problems.
His clinical interests are in sports injuries of the knee, complex knee ligament reconstructions, the arthritic knee in younger patients, disorders of the patello-femoral joint and the failed knee replacement.
He is a Council and Executive member of the BOA and President from 2018 to 2019. He has previously been the North West Orthopaedic Training Programme Director, Head of the HENW School of Surgery, Chair of the Confederation of Post-Graduate Schools of Surgery and Chair of the BOA Training Standards and Curriculum Committee.
He has been involved in surgical education throughout his career and has been the Chair of the IQA Committee of the Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers of the RCS Edinburgh in 2016.
He is active in promoting research and service delivery in his role as a domain clinical lead in the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre and Chair of the Greater Manchester Orthopaedic Alliance. He holds an Honorary Professorship in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Salford.
Professor David Warwick
David Warwick is Consultant Hand Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton since 1998 as well as visiting Hand Surgeon to the States of Jersey and Bailiwick of Guernsey. He is involved daily in the clinical management of complex hand and wrist problems with a particular interest in the DRUJ, Dupuytren’s, joint replacement and orthopaedic hand trauma.
His teaching, research, and administrative contributions were rewarded by the University of Southampton with an Honorary Professorship in 2013. His NHS contribution has been rewarded with a Bronze Clinical Excellence award in 2012 renewed in 2016. He was awarded the Gold Medal in the European Diploma of Hand Surgery in 2004 and was awarded the Hunterian Professorship in 1998 for his work on Orthopaedic Thrombosis. Most recently he has been President of the British Association of Hand Therapists, Visiting Professor to the Australian Orthopaedic Association, South African Society for Surgery of the Hand and Polish Hand Society.
He is BSSH President Elect for 2020; he has recently finished as Secretary of the BSSH and Executive Committee Member of the FESSH. He now sits on the Executive Committee of the IFSSH. He reviews about 40 papers per year; David serves on the Editorial Boards of the European Journal of Hand Surgery and the Bone and Joint Journal.
David has published over 80 papers in peer reviewed journals with an H index of 21 He has written over 20 book chapters and is Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Hand Surgery (2009, 2018), the European Textbook of Dupuytren’s Disease (2015) and Apley & Solomon’s System of Orthopaedics and Trauma (2001, 2010, 2017). He is currently Principle Investigator on 5 studies and leads the Clinical Orthopaedic Research Group in Southampton. He has lectured in the UK and abroad on many occasions as invited speaker on various topics.
Paul is an active member of several orthopaedic associations and societies including the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), British Hip Society (BHS) and British trauma society (BTS). I am fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Edinburgh and Glasgow
He has a strong commitment to teaching, training and education. He is a member of the regional STC panel; fully accredited ST3+trainer; regularly attend the ARCP process for ST3+ trainees and a regular interviewer for the national appointments process at ST3 level. In addition, he is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators and have a Masters degree in Medical Education.
Paul has been an ATLS instructor for 8 years and regularly instruct on various courses both at a local and regional setting. he is also the main editor and author for three FRCS (Tr&Orth) related exam books. These are international best sellers and were highly commended at the BMA book awards in 2017.
He runs an annual 6-day intensive FRCS (Tr&Orth) revision course at Northumbria University and QEH Gateshead. This has attracted candidates from Hong Kong, Kuwait, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Greece, Germany and Ireland which is fully accredited by the RCSEng.
Paul is also a member of the BOA Educational and Revalidation Committee which focuses on the provision of high quality education for orthopaedic consultants, SAS staff and SpRs. Also a visiting professor at Northumbria University as acting as an interface between the academic roles Northumbria University provides and my own clinical oriented background that provides a practical focus for research.
Ms. Deepa Bose qualified as a doctor from the University of Calcutta in 1990. She subsequently came to the UK for higher training.
In 2009 she was appointed as a consultant to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, where she currently works. Her practice is exclusively in adults, and includes general trauma, major trauma and post-traumatic limb reconstruction (osteomyelitis, malunion, non-union, limb lengthening & deformity correction).
She also has a keen interest in medical education. She completed an MSc in Medical Education from Cardiff University in 2010. She is now Chair of the Specialist Training
Committee for core surgical training in the West Midland region, and is a member of the Training Standards Committee of the British Orthopaedic Association.
Ms Bose has a desire to promote and encourage teaching in orthopaedics in developing nations, and she gained the Diploma in Medical Care of Catastrophes from the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries in 2011. She has been the secretary of World Orthopaedic Concern UK, a specialist society of the British Orthopaedic Association, and a charity which focuses on teaching orthopaedics in low resource countries, since 2009.
She has been on the International Emergency Trauma Register of the UK, a first response team for international disaster relief, since 2012.
Lee currently works at Sheffield Children’s and Teaching Hospitals as a spinal surgeon. He trained in Sheffield, West Midlands, with Fellowships in Nottingham and the USA. He is a Council member of the BOA, and was formerly President of BOTA. He is a member of the BOA Trauma group, and is responsible for Spinal BOASTs
He was Director of Education in Sheffield for 10 years, and led AO Spine Education for the UK. He is co-designer, developer and administrator of the British Spine Registry, and has been audit lead for both spinal surgery societies. He is currently secretary of the UK Spine Societies Board, who are responsible for organising the biennial BritSpine Congress.
His current research interests include respiratory function in Early Onset Scoliosis, and growing spine surgery
Ashley Cole has been a Consultant Spinal Surgeon at the Sheffield Children’s and Northern General Hospitals in Sheffield since 2003. Whilst on the BASS Executive between 2010 and launch in 2012, he co-developed the British Spine Registry. He is Chair of a BOA group developing the newer Orthopaedic Registries (TORUS). He remains the Spinal Chair of the Orthopaedic Expert Working Group advising the NHS on spinal coding, healthcare resource groups and tariff. After being a member of the last Spinal Taskforce, he became Chair of the Complex Spinal Surgery Clinical Reference Group advising NHS England on commissioning specialised spinal surgery and is now Chair of the newly formed Spinal Services CRG. He is currently Clinical Lead for the NHS England Improving Spinal Care Project to implement the National Back and Radicular Pain Pathway and introduce Regional Spinal Networks. He is on the Executive Committee of the UKSSB.
Having spent 20 years in clinical practice and 20 years in surgical education, Lisa has been immersed in both cultures and is, therefore, in a unique position to provide educational advice. She has managed an orthopaedic/trauma service of a major teaching hospital, and has insight into the circumstances and challenges facing surgical teams.
Surgical educator since 1992
Tained over 10,000 surgeons from 65 countries within Europe, North America, Latin America, and Asia Pacific.
Previously 20 years of trauma nursing experience in the UK and abroad
MSc in Higher Professional Education
- Consultant surgical educator UK and abroad
- Education Advisor to the British Orthopaedic Association & AOUK
- Contributes to the T&O SAC, Training Standards Committee and ISCP Management group
Rajesh Kakwani is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust where he leads the Foot and Ankle unit. He completed his Higher Surgical Training at the Northern Deanery, gaining the FRCS (Orth) accreditation in 2012. He undertook fellowship training in foot and ankle surgery at Bristol and Sheffield. Mr Kakwani completed the AO Trauma Fellowship in Hannover, Germany & was awarded BOFAS Travelling fellowship to the Sigvard Hansen Foot and Ankle Unit, Seattle. He is and has been a Clinical and Educational Supervisor for the Orthopaedic Specialty Trainees and teaches in a variety of international & national courses including the BOFAS Principles Course.
Mr Malviya joined Northumbria Healthcare as a Consultant in 2011 after completing his orthopaedic training in the North East. His area of specialty is in the treatment of disorders of the young adult hip and has helped Northumbria become the tertiary referral centre for young patients with hip disorders attracting referrals from all over the country. He has expertise in hip preserving surgeries like hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement and other disorders around the hip and periacetabular osteotomy for hip dysplasia (corrective surgery for shallow socket) using a minimally invasive approach (small incision).
Mr Malviya is heavily involved in training future orthopaedic consultants. He is the lead of the UK and Ireland orthopaedic in training examination. In addition he regularly teaches in national hip arthroscopy courses and mentors consultants on how to set up a similar service in their own trust. He also teaches in early intervention in hip surgery and hip and knee arthroplasty courses.
He has an active interest in research, being an Honarary Senior Lecturer in Regenerative Medicine in Newcastle University, with many publications to his name, and lectures nationally and internationally. He has also won several national and international awards in his area of specialty. He is editorial correspondent for Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery and a member of the steering committee for the National Non Arthroplasty Hip Registry (NAHR). He is the trust T&O lead for Academic research and Quality.
Mr Mason qualified from the University of Wales College of Medicine, completing his orthopaedic training in Wales before moving to Liverpool as a consultant specialising in Major trauma and foot and ankle surgery. He was the first trainee to win the Chan Chen memorial prize twice and was the first fellow to be awarded the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Gold fellowship award. He undertook fellowships in Dreseden with Prof Hans Zwipp and Salt Lake City with Prof Saltzmann before his home fellowship in Liverpool. His research in the last few years has become nationally and internationally recognised, winning 8 national and international prizes in 7 years. He has been awarded the Robert Jones gold medal and Association prize this year for his work on the evolution of the foot and Jaques Duparc prize from EFORT for their discovery of a new foot ligament. Mr Mason is involved in BOFAS, as an outcomes committee member.
Badri Narayan has been a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery from 2002.
Philip trained at Southampton Medical School, graduating 1979. His research MSC was in Spinal bioengineering. His senior specialist training was at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry. In 1990 he was a Spine fellow in Hong Kong.
In 1993 he was appointed to the University Hospitals of Leicester and in 2001 also to Nottingham University Hospitals.
Philip has an adult and paediatric spinal practice that encompasses scoliosis, trauma, tumours, infection, tuberculosis and common compressive disorders. He has over 50 peer reviewed publications on diverse topics related to spine and surgery of the spine. He assisted in the NICE guidance NG59 on low back pain.
Philip has been President of the British Association of Spine Surgeons, and has had active roles on the executive of the other British Spine Societies. He is an active member of the Spine Society of Europe and has had roles within the Executive, the Education committee, and the scientific programme committee. He was EUROSPINE President in 2014.
Philip is passionate about education and spreading the word, he has converted powerpoint presentations into air miles. He has little interest in Fiscal health care systems except for making slightly smug comparative observations.
Feedback from 2018 course delegates
“I found all the sessions very informative and interactive. Really enjoyed it.”
“Excellent, engaging, interactive faculty helping us fill our learning gaps through reconstructive discussion.”
“Faculties were fantastic, engaged and eager to teach. No-one should miss this opportunity.”
“Topics were relevant and pitched at the right level. Small group sessions made the teaching informal with excellent trainer:trainee ratio and allowed for plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.”
“Great faculty, well versed and happy to help with CBDs.”