National Joint Registry: Working Together across the Sector (Open Access)

 NJR - Working Together Across the Sector


Full programme details:

Introduction to the NJR Session
Laurel Powers-Freeling - Chairman, NJR Steering Committee

Launch of NJR Annual Report 2020
Mike Reed, Chairman of NJR Editorial Board

Working together: Excellence through collaboration
Tim Wilton - NJR Medical Director

A Patient’s experience of knee surgery during Covid-19
Loraine - West Midlands

Key learning from the Registry

Risk factors and outcomes of treatment
Mike Whitehouse - Reader in Trauma and Orthopaedics, University of Bristol

Are we getting better at what we are doing? - Revision rates dropping for all joints
Tim Wilton - NJR Medical Director

The association between obesity, revision, mortality and PROMs in total hip replacement
Adrian Sayers - Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol

Surgical approaches - what we know so far
Mike Reed - Orthopaedic Surgeon and Chairman, NJR Editorial Board

What’s new going forward?

Knee surgery - Patella resurfacing and non-resurfacing by implant / Unicompartmental knee replacement / Multicompartmental knee replacement
Colin Esler - Knee Surgeon, British Association of Surgery of the Knee

The evolving picture of shoulder and elbow arthroplasty
Adam Watts - Elbow, Hand and Upper Limb Surgeon and NJR Regional Clinical Co-ordinator, North West Region

Dual mobility hip replacement; Infection
Simon Jameson - Hip Surgeon, British Hip Society Close of Session Laurel Powers-Freeling - Chairman, NJR Steering Committee