Below you can find all BOA webinars. You can book for upcoming webinars and view recordings of previous events.
'Coping with COVID' webinar series
The BOA has created a series of webinars on ‘Coping with COVID’, which will focus on issues affecting trauma and orthopaedic surgeons and patients as we enter the ‘second wave’ of COVID-19. You can view recordings of previous webinars and BOA members can register to book upcoming webinars below.
Held on 11th May 2021, this webinar will looked at the next steps of recovery and helping patients on the Orthopaedic waiting list.
Held on 27th January 2021, this member-only webinar looked at what happened in the first COVID-19 surge, the lessons learnt and how we can use this to support and guide our members.
Held on 16th December 2020, in association with BHS this webinar hears from four orthopaedic surgeons who have been exploring and implementing ways of supporting colleagues, and have opportunity for follow-up discussion and questions.
Held on 27th October 2020, in association with BHS and BASK, this first session focused on elective operating, particularly how this has been impacted over recent months and continues to be affected by current COVID-19 conditions.
You can view recordings of previous webinars and BOA members can register to book upcoming webinars below.
Held on 24th June 2021, this lecture and discussion co-hosted by the BOA and the BHS addressed issues faced by black, Asian and minority ethnic staff and patients in the NHS.
Held on 26th May 2021. Arterial injuries associated with a fracture or a dislocation present many technical problems. The resolution of these problems is complicated by the need for effective collaboration under severe pressure of time.
Held on 21st April 2021, this joint webinar from the RCSEdinburgh and the BOA explored the issues arising from the almost complete cessation of elective orthopaedic activity for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are answers to some of the questions that were unable to be answered during the live broadcast.