Cambridge Trauma and Orthopaedic Club

Website: www.cambridgeorthopaedicclub.co.uk

Previous Years

COC Prize Winners

  • 2019James Gill- Mobility after intertrochanteric hip fracture fixation with either
    a Sliding Hip Screw or a Cephalo-medullary Nail; Sub group analysis
    of a randomised trial of 1000 patients.
  • 2018 – Mike Dunne – The LiLiPUT Test for Ligamentous Lisfranc Injury: A Cadaveric Study. Presenter – Mike Dunne
  • 2017 – Aparna Viswanath- THR vs Hemi for trauma
  • 2016 – Helen Chase – Is there a relationship between early unplanned return to theatre and three-year revision rates for elective hip and knee replacement surgery?
  • 2015 – Alexander  Durst – Multimodal neuromonitoring is the gold standard in spinal deformity surgery: a single centre experience of 354 operations

Trainee of the Year

  • 2019 – Rachael Fisher, ST5
  • 2018  – Elizabeth Tissing, ST6
  • 2017- Arman Memarzadeh, ST6
  • 2016 – Michael Barrett, ST4

Trinity Prize – ‘Best in Class’

  • 2019 – Arman Memarzadeh
  • 2018 – Ross Coomber
  • 2017 – Ryan Wood
  • 2016 – Warwick Chan

Training Hospital of the year

  • 2019 – Colchester Hospital
  • 2018 – Luton and Dunstable Hospital
  • 2017 – West Suffolk Hospital

The Bernard Meggitt Invitational Lecture

  • 2019 – Mr Rob Crawford – SpineTime
    • Mohit Bandari (Canada)
    • Martin Beck (Switzerland)
    • Matt Costa (UK)
    • Adam Kay (author of ‘This is Going to Hurt’, comedian and former doctor) 
  • 2018
    • Prof Rene Verdonk from Belgium a world leader on the meniscus,
    • Dr Herb von Schroeder from Canada on the carpus
    • Professor Chris Lavy from Oxford on his experience setting up African surgical training
    • Prof Field from SWLEOC – Anterior Approach to the hip
  • 2017 – Mr Daniel Perry- The Beauty of BIG data
  • 2016 – Mr Mark Loeffler – The Paralympics
  • 2015 – Professor Bonfield – Biomaterials Innovation for Orthopaedics

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