The OTS delivers a comprehensive trauma revalidation program at the BOA annual congress. This rolling program covers all aspects of orthopaedic trauma that surgeons on the general on-call rota will face.
Coupled with this, the OTS provides trauma research updates and discussions regarding the delivery of trauma care and policies over several sessions at every annual congress.
We have a great link with BOTA, with the OTS delivering the trauma component of the BOTA instructional course for the last few years and receiving great feedback.
The OTS annual meeting is the flagship event in the society's calendar. Our meeting moves location every year but is always a popular event and is routinely sold out. The style is typically case discussion and interesting debate around delivery of trauma care in the UK. We typically have one or two special guest speakers, and the meeting welcomes all from both trauma unit and MTC. This meeting is a must for the trauma interested orthopaedic surgeon.
The OTS is also regularly invited to participate at many international meetings, including in 2018, the German Orthopaedic Association annual meeting (DKOU) - the largest orthopaedic conference in Europe, where we delivered a symposium on the evolution of trauma care in the UK. The OTS has also presented at traumacon 2020 and been an invited society at the Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Association meetings.
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