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Nice Shoulder Conference 2018

This month, James joined other sub-specialised orthopaedic shoulder surgeons from all over the world at the Nice Shoulder Course. This course is one of the largest, multi-national shoulder meetings in the world and is held every 2 years. It provides the opportunity for surgeons to meet and discuss interesting cases, cutting edge techniques and surgical …

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International Shoulder Surgeons Meet for Arthroscopy Association of North America Shoulder Course

October, 2014 This month, James attended an advanced shoulder course held by the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA). The course is world-renowned and attracted delegates from all over the world, including Australia; Brazil; Canada; China; Columbia; Costa Rica; Egypt; Ecuador; Hong Kong; India; Iran; Japan; Lebanon; New Zealand; Panama; the United Kingdom; the United …

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James Visits team physicians for the Chicago White Sox & Chicago Bulls

October, 2014 This month, James visited Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR). The MOR Physicians are among the most highly trained, experienced and respected orthopaedic surgeons in the Midwest. They are also the Team Physicians for the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls. Each MOR Physician holds an academic appointment at Rush Medical College, is on …

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Interesting cases published in The Bone & Joint Journal

September, 2014 To become a fully-qualified Orthopaedic Surgeon, surgeons-in-training must pass a final examination that is administered by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. (http://www.surgeons.org) Prior to presenting for examination, most trainee surgeons have completed 6 years of medical school; a 1-year internship; 3-6 years of Basic Surgical Training (or unaccredited surgical training); and 5-6 …

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James Trials New Equipment With A Prominent Shoulder Surgeon in Munich, Germany

July, 2014 This month James joined other international surgeons to trial specialized surgical equipment at the Arthrex Laboratory in Munich, Germany. James took the opportunity to discuss cutting-edge arthroscopic surgical techniques with Martin Jaeger, a prominent German Shoulder Surgeon and Head of Shoulder Surgery at Klinik für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, in Freiburg Germany. …

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New Opportunity at the University of British Columbia, Canada

August, 2014 James is excited to be starting work at St Paul’s Hospital, a University of British Columbia (UBC) Training Hospital. The Unit specialises in shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand surgery and is a tertiary referral centre for complex orthopaedic upper limb problems. The team is regularly involved in teaching of orthopaedic surgical trainees and …

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The British Elbow & Shoulder Society Annual Scientific Meeting

June, 2014 This month, James joined other sub-specialised orthopaedic shoulder surgeons from all over the United Kingdom at the British Elbow & Shoulder Society annual scientific meeting in Nottingham. This scientific meeting provides the opportunity for surgeons to meet and discuss current research outcomes, cutting edge techniques and surgical advances. The meeting combines lectures, case …

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