Education & Research


Broken Bones of the Upper Limb in People over 50 Priority Setting Partnership (PSP)


Our Priority Setting Partnership brings together all those involved and affected by broken bones in the upper limb, anywhere from the shoulder to the wrist, to prioritise the Top 10 research uncertainties.

We are asking patients, their relatives and healthcare professionals to help us come up with questions that could be answered by research. We want your views to guide research and to help us improve the care for patients over 50 who suffer broken bones of the upper limb. We want you to have a voice in shaping the next generation of research advances in this area.

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Fragility Fracture Network

7th Fragility Fracture Network Global Congress

5-7 JULY 2018 | DUBLIN

FFN invites you to join the 7th FFN Global Congress 2018 in Dublin, Ireland from 5–7 July 2018. The annual meeting is an international congress addressing the full pathway of care for fragility fracture patients. Its themes include perioperative care, surgical treatment, rehabilitation, secondary prevention, research and policy change. The FFN Global Congress consists of invited international experts, plenary discussions, update sessions and free papers. The congress provides a unique platform to learn about new technical developments, state-of-the-art procedures and interaction with leading clinicians, researchers and other professional health workers and stake holders. This year’s motto is “Patient centred multidisciplinary care”.

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MSK Trauma Trials Meeting


The seventh NIHR Musculoskeletal Trauma Trials Annual Meeting hosted by Professor Matt Costa.

2019 OTS Meeting

OTS Annual Meeting


The focal point of the Orthopaedic Trauma Society year. Topics for debate will include Periprosthetic fractures, controversies in elderly trauma and experience from mass casualty events.

Membership Categories

The OTS is an inclusive body representing the interests of all those treating Orthopaedic Trauma.
As of September 2017 we have 170 members.
There are two categories of membership are available:

Consultant Membership (£50)

Full membership is open to consultant orthopaedic surgeons with an interest in orthopaedic trauma surgery, research and education.

Associate Membership (£50)

Associate membership is open to surgeons of all other grades, as well as nursing and other paramedical staff, with an interest in orthopaedic trauma surgery, research and education.

OTS members will soon be able to access OrthoEvidence