Education Overview

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DEVELOPMENT &

Career Progression

We are committed to providing outstanding education in orthopaedic surgery at all levels – undergraduate and medical students, surgical residents, Masters and PhD students, fellows, young clinician scientists, and early career researchers. Our teaching programme for the two resident rotations (Pott & RLH) takes place monthly.

We also offer a number of courses and the opportunity to develop technical and non-technical skills in our state of the art simulation centre.

In addition to delivering the clinical curriculum we offer the opportunity to gain further understanding of evidence-based orthopaedic surgery. Teaching addresses the principles of research design, methodology, critical appraisal and delivery of clinical research.

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Integrated Academic Trainees

We run a comprehensive teaching programme held weekly for all academic trainees within Bone and Joint Health and Specialist Foundation Doctors at QMUL. This programme is led by Brett Rocos and is delivered by the academic team. Trainees benefit from hybrid online and in-person teaching of  lectures, small group sessions and one-to-one mentoring sessions with supervisors.

If you would like to find out more about our PhD programme or teaching for integrated academic trainees, please email us

Objectives of the programme

  • Formulate a research question that can be answered
  • Select and justify a suitable study design for answering a question
  • Find and objectively appraise published evidence
  • Explain why patients must be involved in research design
  • Complete the necessary steps for ethical approval of a study
  • Deliver research using the NIHR frameworks
  • Create a poster that competes for academic prizes
  • Define the vital elements of an academic report
  • Understand the route of a surgeon / medical scientist career

OPPORTUNITIES IN

Higher Education

We recognise the need to train the clinician scientists and researchers of the future, within QMUL we have outstanding higher education opportunities.

Our Orthopaedic Trauma Sciences MSc is highly regarded and provides students with the grounding to progress their career in trauma & orthopaedics. The MSc has an option to attend a two week summer school providing students the opportunity to gain practical knowledge and simulated scenario training.

For those considering a clinical academic career we have the infrastructure to support NIHR pre doctoral clinical academic fellowships and PhDs regardless of profession. We host NIHR academic clinical fellows and clinical lecturers.  Professor Xavier Griffin has an excellent track record of top-level funding and fellowships from the National Institute of Health Research.  In addition he mentors for the NIHR and Royal College of Surgeons of England Associate Principal Investigator and Associate Surgical Specialty Lead schemes. Both these opportunities provide career development and mentorship for aspiring surgeon scientists and clinical academics.

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Percivall Pott

The Percivall Pott training programme was formally established in 1969 and was one of the first in the country to be recognised by the Specialist Advisory Committee, preceding the advent of formal orthopaedic training programmes in the UK. It is named after the famous 18th century surgeon from St Bartholomew’s Hospital and is the oldest of the four orthopaedic rotations in North East London.

Hospitals in the rotation:

  • The Royal London Hospital
  • Newham University Hospital
  • Barnet and Chase Farm Hospital
  • Basildon University Hospital
  • Great Ormond Street
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow
  • Queen’s Hospital, Romford
  • Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore
  • University College Hospital
  • Whittington Hospital

Royal London

A long tradition of orthopaedic surgery has existed at The London since 1760, when the first archives  relating to surgery appeared.  These included the setting of fractures and drainage of abscesses.

The Royal London Hospital Orthopaedic and Trauma Society (RLHOTS) was reformed by four Royal London registrars (Ali Noorani , Wai Weng Yoon, Nima Heidari , Nic Wardle) in 2007.

Hospitals in the rotation:

  • The Royal London Hospital
  • Newham University Hospital
  • Whipps Cross University Hospital
  • Barnet and Chase Farm Hospital
  • Basildon Hospital
  • Broomfield Hospital
  • Homerton Hospital
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow
  • Queen’s Hospital, Romford
  • Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore
  • Southend Hospital

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If you would like to find out more about our PhD programme or teaching for academic foundation trainees, please email us.