Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Annual Scientific Conference on Friday, 6 September 2013 BARTS

Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine
William Harvey Research Institute
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London. E1 4DG
Tel. 0208 223 8839


The Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine is based at the William Harvey Research Institute at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry is comprised of two world renowned teaching hospitals, St Bartholomew's and The Royal London, which have made, and continue to make, an outstanding contribution to modern medicine. We were one of the top five in the UK for medicine in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

THIS CONFERENCE IS OPEN TO ALL WHO WANT TO LEARN AND IMPROVE THEIR CLINICAL KNOWLEDGE THROUGH SCIENCE.

If you wish to attend please contact:

Sue Tracey, Centre Administrator. T: 0208 223 8839, s.tracey@qmul.ac.uk

Stephanie Hemmings, Research Fellow and MSc in SEM Lead. T: 0208 223 8329, s.hemmings@qmul.ac.uk

We have always heavily subsidised our annual conferences so as to keep it affordable for most delegates and free for the current and future students of CSEM QMUL. Delegate Fee structure is as follow:
Incoming MSc & iBSc students FREE
Current MSc & iBSc students FREE
MSc & iBSc lecturers FREE
Past students MSc & iBSc preferential rate £10
Cardiff Sport & Exercise Medical Society student rate £10
Barts & The London SEM Group (Paul Jones) student rate £10
Delegates – all non-students rate £40

BASEM 2013 Congress 31 Oct - 1 Nov 2013


The conference returns to St Georges Park in England in
October 2013, prior to the conference being hosted in
Scotland and Wales in October 2014 and 2015 respectively.
The theme of the conference is focused on a new era for BASEM
and the specialty of SEM with ‘an expanding field of practice’.
The programme contains scientific evidence based material as
well as empirical data, experience and anecdotes. Time keeping
will be strict to ensure that the discussion sessions are respected
and lead to constructive interaction and debate.

Delegates may attend practical sessions throughout the whole
conference for hands on learning and skill development. BASEM
celebrates its warm association with physiotherapists, sports
therapists and doctors in many specialties both in Great Britain
and in Europe. 

2012 was a celebration of sport like no other in modern times
in Great Britain. We now move into a phase of uncertainty
alongside words of “austerity” and “legacy”.

For the specialty of Sport and Exercise Medicine to thrive
and prosper, medical education needs to be encouraged and
supported more than ever. The specialists in this area need to
gain control over their own specialty and move forwards with
the confidence to establish roles and job creation for the
doctors of the future. There are many other countries wanting
to establish Sport and Exercise Medicine as a specialty and
they are looking to Great Britain, amongst others, to set
an example.

Monday, 20 May 2013

Smith & Nephew T 01480 423200


Smith & Nephew Advanced Surgical Devices
Sports Surgery Update – 23rd May 2013

Dear colleague,

We would like to invite you to attend The Sports Surgery Update Meeting on the 23rd May at the Smith & Nephew Surgical Skills Centre

in York where all four major areas of sports surgery will be discussed.

An experienced faculty of specialist sports surgeons will lead discussions on the latest surgical techniques and contoversies in each

field followed by hands on cadaveric demonstration of surgical procedures.

The faculty convening the day are Mr Neil Hunt (Knee), Mr Simon Boyle (Shoulder), Mr Adam Budgen (Foot & Ankle), and Professor

Ernest Schilders (Hip and Groin).

Knees - Mr Hunt will discuss current controversies in ACL reconstruction, including graft choice, use of synthetics and tunnel

placement and discuss the latest techniques and rehabiliation of meniscal repairs.

Shoulders - Mr Boyle will discuss the latest developments and techniques in shoulder surgery including instability and labral injuries in

collision athletes, SLAP tears in overhead athletes and rotator cuff injuries.

Foot and Ankle - Mr Budgen will discuss recent advances in sports foot and ankle disorders including tendinopathies, ankle instabilty

and syndesmotic injuries.

Hip and Groin - Mr Schilders will discuss the surgical treatment of femoracetabular impingement and labral tears in the hip, sports

hernias and adductor/groin injuries.

All the discussions will be followed by hands on demonstrations on the latest surgical techniques and informal discussions.

Registration will begin at 9.30am, with lunch and refreshments being provided throughout the day. Once your place has been

confirmed an email with an agenda outlining the day will follow

Places on the course are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to attend the course please

let me know as soon as possible by email or by returning the reply slip to me (postal address on the top of this letter)

Once we have received your registration we will be in contact to confirm your place on the course.

Kind regards

Tanina Schillaci

Events Planner

Contact Details

Direct Line: 01480 423 256

Email: Tanina.schillaci@smith-nephew.com
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