Hip Fracture Day 2019
The BOA is pleased to hold the annual Hip Fracture Care Day. The BOA has been coordinating multidisciplinary reviews of hip fracture care in hospitals for 5 years and the purpose of the day in previous years has been to assess the impact of the process, discuss common themes identified as areas for improvement and to look at the potential direction reviews will take in the future.
FFN UK hip fracture review meeting at Wolfson College, Oxford on 8th May 2019
This multidisciplinary meeting, supported by the BOA, will bring together the leading experts from orthopaedics, geriatrics, anaesthesia, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, rehabilitation and secondary fracture prevention. However, the emphasis is on discussion and shared-learning, so please bring along your own experiences, suggestions and questions.
The number of places is limited to 120, so please book early by contacting: email@example.com.
Priority will be given to ‘teams’ of attendees i.e. a multidisciplinary team from each hospital is preferred to a single representative.
- Paul Dixon - Introduction
- Nick Welch – FFN UK: the patient’s view
- Matt Costa – FFN UK
- Xavier Griffin - World Hip Trauma Evaluation
- James Golding – standardised protocol for hip fracture anaesthesia
- Dave Keene – Hip fracture rehabilitation
- Karen Hertz – Next steps for nursing patients with fragility fracture
- Dom Inman – NHFD update
- Faye Wilson – Next steps for Orthogeriatrics
- Tim Briggs/Bob Handley – GIRFT update
- Paul Dixon – The ‘Frailty’ BOAST