Presented by Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon’s from RJAH’s Hand Unit, this course is designed for GPs, AHPs and Orthopaedic Registrar Trainees. A study day covering the initial assessment and management of hand and wrist pathologies. Each topic starts with a more formal presentation then continues with an informal interactive discussion session. Each study day will aim to cover common pathologies in some depth including relevant injection techniques/splints etc., a rarer pathology, hand trauma (things not to miss) and end with case discussions for which delegates are encouraged to bring any cases they wish to discuss.
The first study day covered:
- Progressive compression neuropathy of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)
- Ulnar sided wrist pain and ulnar impaction
- Mallet Fingers and Scaphoids.
“Well run. Very interactive presentations. Found all the discussions interesting and learned a lot. The right level of detail for me. Thanks”
“Excellent format – informally – probably because not in the lecture theatre which was good”
“Excellent course. Very well presented. Very informal. That works well for me. All very warm and approachable”
“Excellent interactive day. Really well presented. Some great thoughts for current and future practice”
“I liked the kind of open forum approach. It was surprisingly educational to hear the differences of opinion between the speakers”
“Superb format and content”