Category Archives: Paeds

Educational message: Update on training days

Educational message: I hope that everyone is still finding training opportunities during this lean period, which has affected every hospital in the UK, let alone the region. My appreciation to all the training day convenors over the last year as the feedback has been awesome for every day. Your feedback from last year has been… Read More »

Paediatric Orthopaedics – The bare bones for the FRCS Tr & Orth – Norwich – 28th & 29th June 2018

Paediatric Orthopaedics The bare bones for the FRCS Tr & Orth Norwich – 28th & 29th June 2018 A two-day course designed to comprehensively cover Paediatric Orthopaedics for the OCAP syllabus Ideal preparation for the FRCS examination Short, focused tutorials on all the essential topics • Utilising problem-based learning, including pre-reading Practical stations: Radiographic interpretation… Read More »

Management of Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy

Management of Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy Wednesday 27th September Alice Fisher Lecture Hall, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge The Child Development team – Dr Alison Sansome, Dr Jackie Taylor and Miss Kuldeep Stohr, in partnership with Ipsen are proud to invite you to a study morning focusing on the Management of Spasiticity in Cerebral Palsy. Agenda Time… Read More »

FRCS Viva Case of the Week – 30th June 2016

FRCS Viva Case of the Week – 30th June 2016 Question Rosie is an 12 year old child. She was born at 26 weeks of age due to premature rupture of membranes and subsequent antenatal infection. She has a wheelchair to mobilise to clinic. She can sit up with support. She has a standing frame… Read More »

FRCS Viva Case of the Week – 23rd June 2016

FRCS Viva Case of the week – 23rd June 2016 Questions What does this image show? How would you assess this child? What are the risk factors for NAI? What is a skeletal survey and how is if useful in the management of NAIs? Answers

Articles for teaching 16/06/2016

Here are some review articles that compliment the talks on 16/06/16. I think they can form a good basis for revision. Regards, Kuldeep Ms K.K. Stöhr BSc. (Hons) FRCS(Tr & Orth) Consultant – Trauma & Orthopaedics (Paediatric) Secretary – Roswitha Rohlfing ext. 2101 katchburian.pdf Kemp2008BMJa1518.full.pdf

Bone Tumours

Greetings All I imagine you are all trembling with excitement at the thought of Thursday’s bone tumour teaching. I hope it will be life changing.  The attached papers are a good summary of the relevant information and worth keeping in mind for the exam. If you get a chance, have a look in advance. At… Read More »

FRCS Viva Case of the week – 2nd June 2016

Questions What are the radiological signs of a Slipped Upper Femoral Epiphysis (SUFE)? What are the aetiological factors? How would you manage a patient referred to you acutely by a GP concerned about a possible SUFE? Why is weight-bearing status important? What would you tell the parents regarding the main surgical risks and expected outcomes… Read More »