Previous Pott Annual Scientific Meetings

ASM 2016

ASM 2015

ASM 2014

ASM 2013

ASM 2016 Presentations

Corail System Over 30 Years of Experience

Dr. Laurent Jacquot. – Artro (association for research in traumatology and orthopaedics) institute, Clinique d’argonay, Argonay, France.

Elbow Instability: A Model For Care

Professor. Adam Watts. – Consultant elbow, hand and upper limb surgeon. Visiting professor, department of materials, Manchester university. Wrightington hospital, wigan, Lancashire, united kingdom.

Elastic Implants; Is It a Benefit For Children?

Professor. Pierre Lascombes. – Professor ordinare au departement de l’enfant et de l’adolescent, chief of paediatric orthopaedics, Hopital d’enfants. Past president European paediatric orthopaedic society. Geneva, Switzerland.

Advances in Orthopaedic Surgical Training: Perspectives from the Golden Horseshoe

Professor Ranil Sonnadara – Director, Education Science & Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

A Framework for Investigation of In-vivo Hip Arthrokinematics

Professor Christopher Peters – George S. Eccles Endowed chair of orthopaedics, university of Utah school of     medicine. University of Utah health care, USA.

Falls, Broken Hips and the Future of Clinical Trials

Professor Matthew Costa – Professor of orthopaedic trauma surgery, Nuffield department of orthopaedics, rheumatology & musculoskeletal sciences (NDORMS), oxford, united Kingdom

Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture

Miss Clare Marx CBE PRCS – Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture – President of the royal college of surgeons of England, past president of the british orthopaedic association, London, United Kingdom

From Dinosaurs to Scoliosis, A Story of Giants

Professor Jeremy Fairbank – Presidential Address – Professor of spinal surgery, consultant orthopaedic surgeon, oxford university hospitals, Oxford, United Kingdom.

The New York Orthopaedic Hospital, Pott’s Disease & Russell Hibbs, MD

Stephanie S. Shim, MD PGY III Resident, Columbia University Department of Orthopaedics

ASM 2015 Presentations

Innovation in Orthopaedics : The Journey from Laboratory to Operating Theatre

Professor Andrew Carr . Head, Nuffield Department of orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences . Director NIHR Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit . Director Botnar Research

Challenges in choosing the most appropriate treatment for fracture of the proximal humerus

Professor Ralph Hertel . Lindenhofspital, Bern, Switzerland . Professor at the University of Bern. Ancient vice chairman Orthopaedic Department Inselspital, Bern. Honorary member of the Belgian & Australian Shoulder and Elbow Societies.

Anatomical ACL Reconstruction – A Changing Paradigm

Professor Freddie Fu . Distinguished Service Professor, David Silver Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Chairman of the Department of orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

“To Succeed We Must Often Fail”

Professor Mohit Bhandari . Professor and Academic Chair Division of Orthopaedic Surgery . Canada Research Chair in Surgical Outcomes Associate Chair-Research, Executive Director, Center for Evidence-Based Orthopaedics, McMaster University

Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture . ‘67 years of the NHS, an old surgeon looks back’

Professor Harold Ellis CBE FRCS . Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University of London. Professor Department of Anatomy & Human Sciences Kings College London School of Medicine. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps. Foundation Chair of Surgery Westminster Hospital. Vice President Royal College of Surgeons of England and Royal Society of Medicine. 

Registrar Presentations

ASM 2014 Presentations

Tips & Tricks in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery
Mr Peter Bates (Royal London Hospital)

Footprints in Trauma Surgery
Mr Salvadurai Nayagam (Royal Liverpool & Alder Hey Children’s Hospitals)

Lessons Learnt In Military Trauma Rehabilitation
Lt Col Rhodri Phillip (Lead Consultant, Complex Trauma, Headley Court)

The Prevention & Treatment of THR Instability
Dr Luigi Zagra (Past President European Hip Society)

Lunch & Workshop Sponsored by Acumed – The Fibula Locking Nail
Mr Tim White (Edinburgh Royal Infirmary)

Guiding Growth
Miss Deborah Eastwood (Past President European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society)

Primary Total Knee Replacement – Getting it right first time!
Mr Philip Hopgood (Norfolk & Norwich Hospital)

Orthopaedic Disaster management, Haiti to Boston
Mr Malcolm Smith MD (Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopaedic Trauma Service)

Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture
Professor Tim Briggs (President of the British Orthopaedic Association)

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0830 – 0900         Registration & Breakfast

0900 – 0910         Welcome address – Mr. Kalpesh R. Vaghela. Percivall Pott Club Secretary 2015/16

0910 – 0950         Dr. Laurent Jacquot. – Artro (association for research in traumatology and orthopaedics) institute, Clinique d’argonay, Argonay, France.

0950 – 1030         Professor. Adam Watts. – Consultant elbow, hand and upper limb surgeon. Visiting professor, department of materials, Manchester university. Wrightington hospital, wigan, Lancashire, united kingdom.

1030 – 1100         Tea / Coffee Break

1100 – 1145         Specialist Registrar Presentations : Part I

1145 – 1225         Professor. Pierre Lascombes. – Professor ordinare au departement de l’enfant et de l’adolescent, chief of paediatric orthopaedics, Hopital d’enfants. Past president European paediatric orthopaedic society. Geneva, Switzerland.

1225 – 1345         Lunch & Workshops

1345 – 1425         Professor Ranil Sonnadara – Director, Education Science & Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

1425 – 1505         Specialist Registrar Presentations : Part II

1505 – 1530         Tea / Coffee Break

1530 – 1610          Professor Christopher Peters – George S. Eccles Endowed chair of orthopaedics, university of Utah school of     medicine. University of Utah health care, USA.

1610 – 1650         Professor Matthew Costa – Professor of orthopaedic trauma surgery, Nuffield department of orthopaedics, rheumatology & musculoskeletal sciences (NDORMS), oxford, united Kingdom

1650 – 1720         Miss Clare Marx CBE PRCS – Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture – President of the royal college of surgeons of England, past president of the british orthopaedic association, London, United Kingdom

1720 – 1740         Professor Jeremy Fairbank – Presidential Address – Professor of spinal surgery, consultant orthopaedic surgeon, oxford university hospitals, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Feedback & Closing Words – Mr Pramod Achan (Training Programme Director)

Post-Meeting Drinks at The Butchers Hook & Cleaver, 61, West Smithfield Percivall Pott Club AGM at 18:00 in the pathology museum

Annual Dinner at 19:00 (The Great Hall, St Bartholomew’s Hospital)

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0830 – 0900 Registration & Breakfast
0900 – 0915 Welcome address

Mr Prakash Jayakumar . Percivall Pott Club Secretary 2014/15

0915 – 1000 ‘Spinal Tuberculosis – From the time of Sir Percivall Pott to today’

Professor S Rajasekaran . Chairman Dept of Orthopaedic & Spine Surgery, Ganga Hospital, India . Hunterian Professor, Royal College of Surgeons of England (2011-2012) Chair Elect, AO Spine International Commission. President Elect, SICOT

1000 – 1045 Innovation in Orthopaedics : The Journey from Laboratory to Operating Theatre

Professor Andrew Carr . Head, Nuffield Department of orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences . Director NIHR Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit . Director Botnar Research

1045 – 1115 Tea / Coffee Break
1115 – 1200 Specialist Registrar Presentations : Part I

 

1200 – 1245 Challenges in choosing the most appropriate treatment for fracture of the proximal humerus

Professor Ralph Hertel . Lindenhofspital, Bern, Switzerland . Professor at the University of Bern. Ancient vice chairman Orthopaedic Department Inselspital, Bern. Honorary member of the Belgian & Australian Shoulder and Elbow Societies. 

 

1245 – 1400 Lunch & Workshops Sponsored by (TBC)
1400 – 1445 Anatomical ACL Reconstruction – A Changing Paradigm

Professor Freddie Fu . Distinguished Service Professor, David Silver Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery & Chairman of the Department of orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

1445 – 1530 Specialist Registrar Presentations : Part II

 

1530 – 1600 Tea / Coffee Break
1600 – 1645 “To Succeed We Must Often Fail”

Professor Mohit Bhandari . Professor and Academic Chair Division of Orthopaedic Surgery . Canada Research Chair in Surgical Outcomes Associate Chair-Research, Executive Director, Center for Evidence-Based Orthopaedics, McMaster University

1645 – 1720 Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture . ‘67 years of the NHS, an old surgeon looks back’

Professor Harold Ellis CBE FRCS . Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University of London. Professor Department of Anatomy & Human Sciences Kings College London School of Medicine. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps. Foundation Chair of Surgery Westminster Hospital. Vice President Royal College of Surgeons of England and Royal Society of Medicine.    

 

1720 – 1745 Presidential Address

Mr Malcolm Glasgow . Past President British Association for Surgery of the Knee . Past Member Council British Orthopaedic Association. Past Officer International Knee Society (ISAKOS)

1745 – Feedback & Closing Words

Mr Pramod Achan (Training Programme Director)

 

Post-Meeting Drinks at The Butchers Hook & Cleaver, 61, West Smithfield

Percivall Pott Club AGM at 1800 in the pathology museum

Annual Dinner at 19:00 (The Great Hall, St Bartholomew’s Hospital)

Percivall Pott Annual Scientific Meeting 2014

0830-0900 Registration & Breakfast
0900-0910 Welcome address
Mr Zacharia Silk(Percivall Pott Club Secretary 2013/14)
0910-0940 Tips & Tricks in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery
Mr Peter Bates (Royal London Hospital)
0940-1010 Footprints in Trauma Surgery
Mr Salvadurai Nayagam (Royal Liverpool & Alder Hey Children’s Hospitals)
1010-1040 Lessons Learnt In Military Trauma Rehabilitation
Lt Col Rhodri Phillip (Lead Consultant, Complex Trauma, Headley Court)
1040-1110 Tea / Coffee Break
1110-1200 Registrar Presentations: Part 1
5 speakers – TBC
1200-1230 The Prevention & Treatment of THR Instability
Dr Luigi Zagra (Past President European Hip Society)
1240-1400 Lunch & Workshop Sponsored by Acumed – The Fibula Locking Nail
Mr Tim White (Edinburgh Royal Infirmary)
1400-1430 Guiding Growth
Miss Deborah Eastwood (Past President European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society)
1430-1500 Primary Total Knee Replacement – Getting it right first time!
Mr Philip Hopgood (Norfolk & Norwich Hospital)
1500-1540 Registrar Presentations: Part 2
4 speakers – TBC
1540-1600 Tea / Coffee Break
1600-1650 Orthopaedic Disaster management, Haiti to Boston
Mr Malcolm Smith MD (Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopaedic Trauma Service)
1650-1720 Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture
Professor Tim Briggs (President of the British Orthopaedic Association)
1720-1745 Presidential Address – Musings of a Country Orthopaedic Surgeon
Mr Nick Packer
1745-1750 Closing Words & Completion of Feedback Forms
Mr Pramod Achan (Training Programme Director, Percivall Pott Rotation)

Percivall Pott Annual Scientific Meeting 2013

  • 0845 Introduction
  • 0900 Prof Gordon Blunn, UCL “Taper wear analysis”/li>
  • 0945 Mr Paul Allen, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow “Modern developments in TKR design”
  • 1015 Coffee
  • 1045 Dr Ronald van Heerwaarden,  Sint Maartenskliniek, The Netherlands “New Developments in Osteotomies about the knee”
  • 1130 Dr Peter Millett, The Steadman Clinic Colorado “Management of Rotator Cuff injuries”
  • 1200 Registrar presentations X4
  • 1245 Lunch
  • 1330 Registrar presentations X4
  • 1415 Prof Jeremy Fairbank, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford “Spring time for Back Pain”
  • 1450 Mr Peter Bates, Bart’s & The London “Polytrauma and ‘Early Total Care’ – happy bedfellows?”
  • 1515 Mr Martin Bircher, St George’s, London “Pelvic fractures in the UK -from William 1st to baby George”
  • 1550 Coffee
  • 1615 Mr Tim Theologis, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford “The Use of Gait Analysis for Multi-Level Surgery in Cerebral Palsy”
  • 1700 Prof Reinhold Ganz, Balgrist University Hospital, Zurich “Intra-caspsular osteotomies of the Hip”
  • 1745 President’s Speech
  • Awards
  • Trainer of the Year
  • Registrar presentation prize
  • 1830 AGM
  • 1930 Drinks and Dinner

41st Annual Percivall Pott Scientific Meeting 2013 Programme

Percivall Pott Annual Scientific Meeting 2012

08:30-12:00

MORNING SESSION

08:30

Registration and Coffee in Great Hall

09:00Dr Javad Parvizi Career ending strategies”09:30Ms Natasha Curry “Liberating the NHS? Implications of the Health and Social Care Act”10:15Mr John Albert“Ankle arthritis, to fuse or replace?”11:00Dr Javad Parvizi “Periprosthetic infection-what is on the horizon”12:00

LUNCH

13:00-17:10 

AFTERNOON SESSION

13:00

REGISTRAR SYMPOSIUM

13:10Robot-assisted, patient-specific, medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: A pilot studyAndrews B, Aqil A, Manning V, Cobb JP13:20Early versus delayed revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Structural and functional outcomesMoataz El-Husseiny, Mohamed Sukeik, Shelain Patel, Fares S Haddad13:30Medium to long term MRI follow-up of Ultima TPS metal-on-metal total hip replacementsP J Bell, D Ebreo, H Arshad, S T Donell, J K Tucker, A P Toms, J F Nolan13:40Use of Botulinum toxin in Cerebral Palsy: A snapshot of current practiceA Peek, C Maizen13:50The ability of Orthopaedic Trainees to correctly assess adequacy of reduction following operative ankle fracture fixationJ Wright, C Bagley, D Park, P Ray14:00

BREAK

14:10First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis with a pre-contoured dorsal plate and spherical reamers provides early fusion and high patient satisfaction: A retrospective review of 100 casesT. Khan; T. Taneja; W. Chan, A. Watson14:20A Cost-minimization Analysis of Knee Arthroplasty Using Data From Two National RegistriesB Andrews, C Willis-Owen, Aqil A, Cobb JP14:30Osteochondromas of the Upper Limb: Natural History and Functional EffectsJayakumar P, Hartmann C, Eastwood DM14:40Iatropathic brachial plexus injury: a complication of delayed fixation of clavicle fractures’
Jeyaseelan L, Singh V, Ghosh S, Sinisi M, Fox M14:50Intraoperative Nerve Monitoring During Total Shoulder Arthroplasty SurgeryAresti NA, Kosuge DD, Plumb KM , Malik AA, Cowan J, Higgs D, Lambert S, Falworth M15:00The effect of distal femoral resection on fixed flexion deformity in total knee arthroplasty.Reid JF, Liu D15:10Meniscectomy & PFJ OA: The effects of knee meniscectomy on the patellofemoral joint 40 years post-operatively.Pengas, J.15:20

Hugh Phillips Memorial Lecture

Dr Paul Beaulé

“What should be our goals for joint preserving surgery of the hip?”

16:05

Presidents Address

Mr David Nairn

“Changing Hands”

16:50

Close of Scientific Meeting & Thanks

Mr Prim Achan

17:10

Annual General Meeting

Henry VIII Committee Room

19:00

Drinks reception with dinner to follow

Great Hall