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BOMSA Southwest: Orthopaedic Teaching Series - Bone Voyage! UK MLA Student Revision

20th Apr 2024
10:00am - 12:00pm (GMT)
20/04 - 11/05
10:00am - 12:00pm (GMT)
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Attendance certificate available
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Description

Join us for an Orthopaedic Teaching Series titled "Bone Voyage! UK MLA Student Revision". This series consists of four comprehensive sessions, covering anatomy to pathology of the upper and lower limbs, and everything you need to know for the UKMLA! The lecture series is Registrar-led, Consultant-approved and will take place in person at the Wills Memorial Building Old Council Court in Bristol and online. The series will take place at 11am-13pm on the 20th and 27th of April, and the 4th and 11th of May. From studying fractures and pathology across various body parts to understanding complex conditions such as Osteosarcoma and Achondroplasia, this series offers a range of essential knowledge for medical professionals. Don't miss this opportunity to advance your orthopaedic expertise!

The link to the event is on the Bristol University Orthopaedic Society MedAll page: https://app.medall.org/event-listings/orthopaedic-teaching-series-bone-voyage-uk-mla-student-revision

Summary

Boost your orthopaedic knowledge with the "Bone Voyage! UK MLA Student Revision", a four-part teaching series hosted by BOMSA Southwest. This in-depth series covers anatomy to pathology of the upper and lower limbs, providing crucial insight for medical professionals preparing for the UKMLA. Learn about fractures, various pathologies, and complex conditions like Osteosarcoma and Achondroplasia. The series is Registrar-led and Consultant-approved. Join us at the Wills Memorial Building Old Council Court in Bristol or online on select dates in April and May. Don't miss this exciting opportunity! More details are available on the Bristol University Orthopaedic Society MedAll page.
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Learning objectives

1. To gain a comprehensive understanding of the anatomy of the upper and lower limbs, including bone structure, muscles, arteries, and nerves. 2. To apprehend the common fractures and pathologies associated with the upper and lower limbs, their diagnoses and treatment options. 3. To understand complex conditions such as Osteosarcoma and Achondroplasia, including their causes, clinical presentation, and the most recent advancements in therapeutic practices. 4. To revise and update knowledge in line with the UK Medical Licensing Assessment (UKMLA) requirements in the field of Orthopaedics. 5. To enhance medical communication skills and interdisciplinary collaboration within the context of Orthopaedics by engaging in discussions and question-and-answer sessions with experienced consultants and registrars.
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