47th Annual Scientific Meeting

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0815-0845         Registration and breakfast

0845-0855         Welcome Address – Mr Ashley Simpson and Mr Prim Achan

0855-0935         Mr Peter Brownson– Sports Shoulder

0935-1015         Professor James Chang – Hands

1015-1045         Registrar presentations

1045-1115         Coffee break / Workshops

1115-1155         Professor Briggitte Scammell – Foot & Ankle

1155-1235         Professor Kenneth Egol – Trauma

1235-1350         Lunch / Poster presentations / Workshops

1350-1420         Registrar Presentaions

1420-1500         Dr Joshua Jacobs – Arthroplasty

1500-1530         Coffee Break

1530-1630         Hugh Philips Memorial Talk by Mr David Sellu

1630-1710         Presidential address by Mr Charles Aldam

1710-1720         Closing Words by Mr Ashley Simpson & Mr Prim Achan

1730-1800         AGM (Pott club members only)

Post-Meeting Drinks – The Gable

Annual Dinner at 19:00 – Royal London Suites Montcalm Hotel

After party at 22:30 – Kanaloa

Speakers

The 47th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Percivall Pott Club is honoured to have the support of a world-class faculty of invited speakers from the UK and abroad. We are extremely grateful for their generosity and efforts in taking time to travel and speak at our meeting.

Professor James Chang

Chief, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery

Professor of Plastic & Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University Medical Centre

Professor Chang is an internationally renowned Plastic surgeon specializing in Hand surgery, and past president of the ASSH

Mr Peter Brownson

Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon

Managing partner of The Liverpool Shoulder Clinic.

Upper limb surgeon to Liverpool FC 2000-2017,  President of BESS and Internationally renowned arthroscopic shoulder surgeon

Professor Kenneth Egol

Joseph E. Milgram Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, NYU Langone

Chief, Division of Orthopedic Trauma

Director of Trauma Research

Director, Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program

Vice Chair for Education, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Professor Brigitte Scammell

Consultant Foot & Ankle Surgeon

Professor of Orthopaedic Sciences at the University of Nottingham

Head of Division of Rheumatology, Orthopaedics and Dermatology

Dean of University of Nottingham Medical School

Dr Joshua Jacobs

Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon

Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthopaedics, Rush University Medical Centre

Past (2013) AAOS President

Mr David Sellu

Retired Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, author and public speaker

Wrongly convicted of gross negligence manslaughter

Served 15 months of a 2 and a half year prison sentence before conviction was overturned.

Venues

Ironmonger’s Hall (Scientific Meeting Day)

The earliest records suggest that the Ironmongers, then known as Ferroners, were an effective body in 1300, when they took action against the smiths of the Wealds of Kent and Sussex over the quality of iron supplied for the wheels of carts in the City of London. By 1328 they were regarded as a firmly established brotherhood, joining in the elections of the City officials and choosing four of their members to treat with the Mayor and Sheriffs. The Ironmongers’ received a grant of arms in 1455, describing them as the “Honourable Crafte and Fellasship of Fraunchised Men of Iromongers”, and a charter of incorporation from Edward IV in 1463, which was reconfirmed in 1558, 1560, 1604 and 1687 by various monarchs.

The Company is tenth in order of precedence and is, therefore, one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies of the City of London.

In 1457 the Company bought buildings in Fenchurch Street and converted them into a Hall, which was later enlarged. It was rebuilt in 1587 and escaped the Great Fire of 1666. A third Hall was built in 1745 on the same site. In the First World War, on 7th July 1917, during a raid by about twenty German aeroplanes, it was damaged by a bomb. After the war, the site was sold and the building demolished. The land in Shaftesbury Place, Aldersgate Street, on which the present Hall stands, was bought in 1922 and the new Tudor style Hall was opened on 17th June 1925.

Royal London Suites, Montcalm Hotel (Annual Percivall Pott Club Dinner)

Royal London Suites

Lower Ground Floor, Montcalm Royal London House Hotel, 22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX

Tube Stations
Moorgate | Liverpool Street | Old Street. All stations are a 5 – 10 minute walk from Montcalm Royal London House.

After party at Kanaloa

Kanaloa is the ultimate tiki destination, located in the city of London and open until late. Transport yourself to paradise and join our hula girls on the dance floor for a proper party, Hawaiian style, while you enjoy one (or many!) of our delicious signature cocktails, there are 26 to choose from!

Directions

Getting to the Ironmongers’ Hall

Address: Off Shaftesbury Place, Aldersgate St, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AA

Pre-Dinner Drinks will be held at The Gable, 25 Moorgate, London EC2R 6AR

The Royal London Suites is on the lower ground floor of the Montcalm Hotel.

Address: Montcalm Royal London House Hotel, 22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX

Kanaloa

Address: Hill House, Wine Office Court, 18 Shoe Ln, London EC4A 3BQ

The Charles Manning Prize

Best Presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting

The Pott Club Committee invite you to submit abstracts of any original research / audit related to trauma and orthopaedic surgery. Please provide 500 words under the following headings: Title, Authors, Institution, Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusion.

A panel consisting of invited speakers and consultants from our rotation will select the best scientific presentation at the annual scientific meeting. Criteria will include scientific content, slide quality and presentation skills.

Scientific Content

Clear explanation of objectives / hypothesis, methodology, analysis and results. Coherent discussion with evaluation of limitations and relevant applications.

Presentation Content

Quality of Slide deck. Clear content and attractive slides aligned with presentation. Utilisation of visual aids and graphics to engage audience.

Presentation Skills

Demonstrates good principles of public presentation. Communicates scientific message clearly and coherently. Ability to contend with questions from audience

Our current president, Professor Jeremy Fairbank will present the award and the winner will also be recommended to present at the British Orthopaedic Association Best of The Best Competition at their Annual Congress.

Submission guidelines

  • Abstracts to be submitted in Microsoft Word (.doc) format
  • Arial size 10 font
  • Blinded (excluding names of authors and institutions) and unblinded copy to be included in single document
  • 500 word limit – including headings – do not include references
  • The presenting author must be a Percivall Pott Club Member and is expected to register for the meeting in order to be able to present.
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 5pm 9th November 2019

Please email abstracts to secretary@pottrotation.co.uk

The John Fixsen Prize

Best Paper / Poster Publication

The Pott Club Committee invite you to submit original scientific articles or posters related to trauma and orthopaedic surgery for the John Fixsen Prize.

A panel consisting of invited speakers and consultants from our rotation will select the best paper or poster at the annual scientific meeting. Criteria will include scientific content, critical appraisal and the quality of the paper or poster. The award will be presented to the winner at the Annual Dinner.

Submission guidelines

  • Scientific paper or poster to be submitted in PDF format (.pdf)
  • Submission Deadline: 5pm 9th November 2019

Please email pdf documents to secretary@pottrotation.co.uk

The Percivall Pott Travel Awards

The Pott Club Committee invite you to submit applications for the inaugural Percivall Pott Travel Awards. Applications for both post-FRCS fellowships and visiting observerships will be judged by the Program Director and Senior Pott Faculty. Criteria will be based on evidence of firm plans made to visit a specific specialist and unit alongside the quality of the application form.

Submission guidelines

  • Application forms to be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc)
  • Please keep to the 500 word limit
  • Do not change the format of the application form or modify the questions
  • Each application must specify a sponsoring consultant and Pott trainer
  • Submission Deadline: 5pm 9th November 2019

Please email pdf documents to programmedirector@pottrotation.co.uk

The Stephen Copeland Prize

Percivall Pott Rotation Registrar of the Year

The Pott Club Committee invite you to submit applications for the inaugural Stephen Copeland Prize.

The Program Director and Senior Pott Faculty will select a trainee who has demonstrated outstanding achievements in one or more areas of personal development, academia, innovation, leadership & clinical and non-clinical endeavours.

Submission guidelines

  • Application forms to be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc)
  • Please keep to the 500 word limit
  • Do not change the format of the application form or modify the questions
  • Submission Deadline: 5pm 9th November 2019

Please email pdf documents to programmedirector@pottrotation.co.uk

History

The Percivall Pott Annual Scientific Meeting was set up by Orthopaedic Registrars from the Pott Rotation and is now in it’s fourth decade.  Organised and led by the trainees themselves, it allows research from within the rotation to be presented and also hosts international and national speakers to present on important topics and changes to the profession. In recent times, we have been honoured to host a number of eminent surgeons in our specialty, including Professor Reinhold Ganz, Professor Freddie Fu, Professor Pierre Lascombes, Professor Adam Watts, Dr Javad Parvizi and Dr Peter Millett.

As well as being an important academic date in the rotation’s calendar, the day itself provides an opportunity for trainees and consultants from different hospitals to meet, and also to introduce new members of the rotation.

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