Certificate of attendance

 

A certificate of attendance is issued following the Annual Congress on completion of the evaluation form which is sent via email to each delegate. Delegates may request a certificate of attendance up to six months following an Annual Congress, after this time a certificate will not be issued, it is the responsibility of the delegate to make sure they receive their certificate of attendance within the stated time.

Information regarding CPDs can be found here.

Awards

Award/CertificateWinner
Robert Jones Essay Prize and MedalCalum Thomson
BOA Young Investigator Award Rhys Clement
Innovation in Simulation Prize (Sponsored VirtaMed)John Annan
Best of the Best Award (Sponsored by ARUK)Malek Racy
BOA Clinical Leaders Programme Poster Prize Simon Jameson
Highest scoring trainee in the 2015 UKITE exam certificateSaqib Masud
Trainer of the Year 2016 as nominated by BOTADavid Woods
Acumed Prize for Best PosterVikki Wylde
Exhibitors Prize for Best Compact StandKeybomed UK Ltd.
Exhibitors Cup for Best Large Stand Stryker UK Ltd.

Congress Photos

The photographs from the 2016 BOA Annual Congress at the Belfast Waterfront are available here.

Please contact Simon Callaghan (2016 BOA Congress official photographer) if you would like more information on purchasing any of the photographs.

Interview with the President

During the BOA Annual Congress in Belfast Orthopaedics Today Europe interviewed Tim Wilton about his tenure as President of the BOA and highlights from the 2016 Congress.

Congress Videos

Tuesday 13th September
Presidents Welcome
Howard Steel Lecture
Implementing the BOA Quality Improvement Programme: Part 1
Research free papers
Implementing the BOA Quality Improvement Programme: Part 2

Spines Revalidation
Where are all the women?
Duty of Candour: What to tell the patient after the event

Knee Revalidation: Knee Replacement – how I do it

General Topic free papers
National Hip Fracture Database (NHFD)
Adrian Henry Lecture —————————————— Knee Revalidation: Primary ACL Reconstruction
Shoulder and Elbow free papers
Trauma Hot Topic: The changing face of DGH trauma
National Joint Registry: Improving data quality to benefit clinical practice and patient safety
Shoulder and Elbow Revalidation: Shoulder Instability
Trauma free papers

Wednesday 14th September
The Robert Jones Lecture
Presidents Guest Lecture
Hand Revalidation: Symposium – basal thumb arthritis
Best of the Best, Sponsored by ARUK
BJJ: The Literature in 2016
Spines Instant Update: What is new for established consultants?
Trauma Revalidation: Infection and fractures
Childrens Revalidation with free papers: Current concepts in the management of children with Cerebral Palsy
BOA Patient Liaison Group: GIRFT the patients’ perspective
Spines free papers
Hip free papers
ORUK
Trauma Revalidation: Now what? Tips from the top
Hip Revalidation: The complex Primary THA —————————- Charnley Lecture
BODS: Improving outcomes
Foot and Ankle free papers
Regulation of the use of implants
Trauma Revalidation: How to steal Ivory from the towers – applying the print
Hip Revalidation: An update on approaches and bearings in THA
SAS Surgeons: Where are we?
Leadership for Clinical Directors
Knee free papers
BOOS: Primary bone tumours for FRCS (Orth) – all you need to know
Wikipaedics update

Thursday 15th September
King James IV Professorship Lecture
Presidents Handover
Foot and Ankle Revalidation: The diabetic foot and ankle
BOSRC: How to obtain NIHR funding and become a Chief Investigator
BJJ 360 Revalidation: Upper limb
Better Commissioning: Engagement and data
Understanding the Importance and Implications of Coding and Tariff
Hands free papers

Foot and Ankle Revalidation: The diabetic foot and ankle —————————- Naughton Dunn Lecture

BOA Young Investigator Award
BJJ 360 Revalidation: Lower limb
BORS: Orthopaedic implant infection
Simulation with free papers
The Impact of Guidelines on Modern Trauma Practice
Medico-Legal
Quality Improvement free papers
Virtual Interactions with Patients
Limb Reconstruction Revalidation: This Fracture is not healing, what should I do next?
ARMA: MSK clinical networks – shaping the future of MSK care
Trauma Resuscitation: Leadership, teamwork and maintaining skills as orthopaedic surgeons
Medico-Legal
Computer Assisted Spinal Surgery including Revision Surgery
General Topic free papers

Friday 16th September
Irish Orthopaedic Association – Part 1
Irish Orthopaedic Association – Part 2
British Indian Orthopaedic Society: Complications in orthopaedic surgery- prevention and management Part 1
British Indian Orthopaedic Society: Complications in orthopaedic surgery- prevention and management Part 2
Clinical Examination Course (Pre-registration only) Part 1
Clinical Examination Course (Pre-registration only) Part 2
Medical Students’ Session Part 1
Medical Students’ Session Part 2
Medical Students’ Session Part 3
Non-Technical Skills (NOTTs RCSEd) (Pre-registration only) Part 1
Non-Technical Skills (NOTTs RCSEd) (Pre-registration only) Part 2
TOCs and TOEs (Pre-registration only)
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training Part 1
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training Part 2