5 July and 1 November 2011: One Day Statistics Tutorial
Course fee: £110 (includes Statistics Manual £40 and ‘R applied to Medical Statistics’ book £50)
The Statistics Tutorial consists of an interactive session on statistics in the morning and in the afternoon there is an applied interactive
computer session where delegates will need to bring their laptop. The course is for all levels of orthopaedic/medical trainees.
13-14 July 2011: 4th Oswestry Shoulder and Elbow Course
Course Fee £190 (includes all refreshments and course dinner)
This is a comprehensive course for orthopaedic trainees (ST1-ST4) and therapists covering current concepts in shoulder and elbow treatment.
Discussions around conservative versus surgical management of common problems is encouraged. The course will include short lectures, a
live surgery session and patient based case presentations.
12-13 October 2011: Spinal Imaging Course
Course Fee: 1 Day - £150 / 2 Days - £295 to include lunch, refreshments and course dinner)
This two day course of clinically based lectures and interactive case based discussion addressing all areas of spinal imaging (except Trauma)
serves as a focus to facilitate problem solving in the spine, utilising the various imaging modalities and their application in a number of
pathological scenarios. Target audience: Specialist Registrars and Consultants in Radiology.
20-21 October 2011: Anatomy and Surgical Exposures in Orthopaedics Course
Course Fee: £300 (includes all refreshments(
Programme includes demonstrations on cadaveric prosection in the upper limb, lower limb and presentation on the spine. The course is for
all levels of orthopaedic trainees.
10-12 November 2011: 5th Oswestry Spinal Trauma Symposium
Course Fee £425 (includes copy of ‘Spinal Trauma – an Imaging Approach’ book – retail price £100, all refreshments and Course Dinner)
This three day course of formal lectures and interactive case based sessions with radiologists concentrates on the basic concepts behind the evaluation of the spinal injured patient, addresses the approach to the imaging investigation of the different anatomical areas, pathological concepts and the surgical and long term management of these patients.
The course is aimed at SpRs and Consultants in A&E, Orthopaedics, Radiology and Spinal Injuries / Rehabilitation
6-8 December 2011: The Ninth Oswestry Foot and Ankle
Course £550 (includes all refreshments and Course Dinner)
This 3 day course aims to provide delegates with a core understanding of the management of common foot and ankle problems. Topics include biomechanics and gait; anatomy including cadaveric dissection, the evaluation and treatment of common disorders of the forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot pain; the role of orthotics . Management of foot and ankle trauma; diabetic and neuromuscular disorders, foot tumours and arthroscopy of the ankle. There will be hands-on workstations to allow participants to perform forefoot surgery including Scarf, Chevron and Weil osteotomies , ankle and triple arthrodesis and ankle arthroscopy. Places are limited to 28.
8 – 13 January 2012: Oswestry Intensive Course in Basic Science in Orthopaedics Course Fee £940 (includes all refreshments,
Course Dinner, Basic Science for FRCS (T&O) Book £55, and Orthopaedic Classifications & Radiological Measurements Book (£40)
This intensive course covers basic science in orthopaedics and is aimed at all levels of orthopaedic trainees. The focus of the course is on the basic principles of the orthopaedic sciences and aims to provide knowledge of the importance in decision making for patient care.