Save the date for the Orthopaedic Knee Conference 2019

Save the date for the Orthopaedic Knee Conference 2019

We take a look at what’s in store for OPN’s 4th Knee Conference, taking place on 1 November, 2019, at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds

Orthopaedic experts and industry leaders will gather in Leeds once more for what is becoming a popular agenda in the autumn calendar.

Qualified medical professionals should book their free place now to ensure they are part of the day’s debate and discussion, discussing current practice, innovation and research. With a full programme of keynote lectures, open panel debate and a lively trade and abstract exhibition, we encourage delegates to really embrace the discussion and unique environment of the conference.

This year’s meeting will discuss a range of topics including: Training and development; Improving surgical and clinical outcomes; Soft tissue knee injuries and; Developments in arthroplasty.

We are pleased to confirm the chairman of this year’s conference will be consultant soft tissue knee and trauma surgeon Mike McNicholas.

Following the popularity of last year, we will once again be including an abstract symposium, so if you would like to submit your research abstract, please send your 400-word abstract to kate.dance@barkerbrooks.co.uk by the deadline of 30 August 2019.

Whether you’re an orthopaedic knee surgeon, medical professional, phd student, medical device manufacturer, or in another related field, this is an essential event for your diary.

Book now to secure your place.

The Orthopaedic Knee Conference 2019 is FREE for qualified medical professionals to attend. For service providers and all other delegates, tickets are priced at £250 +VAT.

For ticket enquiries, please email hollie.newall@barkerbrooks.co.uk

For sponsorship enquiries, please email oliver.gentry@barkerbrooks.co.uk

For all the latest programme updates, and abstract details, visit www.opnews.com

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