COVID-19 x orthopaedic trauma:

management of C-19 injuries after the pandemic: what now?

Following on from our 1st webinar  COVID-19 x Charnley: conservative management of orthopaedic injuries,  we are excited to bring you this follow-up session. 

Many fractures have been treated either non-operatively or with the minimum possible fixation during this pandemic, and we have not been able to treat certain fractures in the way that we would normally practice.

Additionally, many fracture patients who would have usually presented to our services have stayed at home and the burden of this neglected trauma is unknown at present, but could be sizeable. This is expected to have a significant impact on the provision of orthopaedic care into the second half of 2020, and beyond.

In this webinar we will be discussing what problems could arise, and how best to manage the fallout from this.

Join our panel who will be talking about the management of non-union, malunion, and deformity correction in this setting, and how best to prepare for the incoming tsunami of delayed trauma.

Target audience: all orthopaedic practitioners, from consultants/attending grades through to surgical trainees, PAs, nurse specialists and plaster technicians.

webinar case discussions

Take the learning one step further. These cases offer an insight into what we will be discussing during the webinar, and are designed to get you thinking in prior to the webinar. The answers will be posted after the webinar.

upper limb

tibial malunion

femoral malunion



Joined by experts in all fields of orthopaedic trauma care.

Pete Bates
Host & Speaker

Consultant Pelvic & Acetabular Surgeon

The Royal London Hospital

Ben Ollivere

Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon

Nottingham University Hospitals 

Nima Heidari

Consultant Limb Reconstruction Surgeon

The Royal London Hospital

Alex Vris

Consultant Limb Reconstruction Surgeon

The Royal London Hospital

Kash Akhtar

Consultant Knee Surgeon & Senior Lecturer QMUL

The Royal London Hospital

Mike Barrett

ST8 Orthopaedic Registrar

The Royal London Hospital

take the learning one step further

MSc Orthopaedic Trauma Science

This course is tailored to meet the needs of international graduates from all healthcare and health sciences backgrounds including surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses, operating department staff, allied health professionals and those with a specialist interest in orthopaedic trauma education and training.