Fact vs Fiction in hip and knee arthroplasty today

The Great Debate 2020 brings hard evidence of progress across the world of arthroplasty - which operation is going to do well in your hands? what devices to use, and which form of assistive technology will work best in your hands? We have the key opinion leaders discussing their choices and experiences. Come and join us.

About the course

Each session comprises 4 short presentations followed by 30 minutes of robust debate conducted by a sessions “challenger”. This format allows for discussion to delve deeper into the subject matter more than didactic presentations.

Delegates actively participate via live feedback devices in order to contribute to the debate, allowing a multitude of opinions to be heard in a sometimes confrontational and often humorous manner.

Key topics include:

  • Alignment strategies in knee arthroplasty
  • Cup alignment and the hip/spine relationship
  • Combined partial knee arthroplasty
  • Next generation resurfacing

Keynote Faculty

We have a distinguished faculty of leading experts in their field from the UK and across the globe. There is a unique opportunity to hear their personal opinions.

 

Who should attend?

Consultants with a specialist interest in the Knee and or Hip.
Registrars who are considering a career in knee / Hip surgery – traditionally this has been a excellent opportunity for networking in this field including considering fellowship options.
Physiotherapists with an interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation of athletes of all levels from the elite to the recreational.

Chaired by:

Justin Cobb
Prof Justin Cobb
Andrew Shimmin
Dr Andrew Shimmin

The venue:

1 Wimpole Street, London
1 Wimpole Street, London

Course fee £50


Supported by:

Ceramtec logo
Corin logo
JRI Orthopaedics logo
Knee 360 logo
Mathys logo
MatOrtho logo
Zimmer Biomet logo

London attractions

Westminster
Busy London Street
Tower Bridge at night
The London Eye at night