The quickest way to register and confirm your place is to book online by credit or debit card. In order for you to register online you will need to become a member of ORUK, please follow this link: link.oruk.org/register.asp
We accept cheques, please ensure you attach an accompanying registration form. Cheques are to be made payable to “Orthopaedic Research UK” and posted to the address detailed on the registration form.
You can also pay by direct bank transfer, our transfer details are listed on the registration form. Please ensure you also complete and return a registration form if you are paying by direct bank transfer.
Lectures and interviews: £150
Lectures and small group teaching: £100
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241 Borough High St,
Borough tube station is located on the Northern line. Exit the station and go directly across the road. Turn right on the other side, go past Starbucks and Prospero House is the large red building next door to Starbucks.
By train, London Bridge mainline or underground stations – Northern or Jubilee Line. Turn left out of station. go towards London Bridge and turn south (left) and walk along Borough High Street. Continue past Borough Station and Prospero House is next-door to Starbucks.
There are two public car parks nearby: One on Kipling Street, and the other on Trinity Street, both approximately 5 minutes walk from Prospero House. Alternative short term parking is also available in Avon Close which is to the rear of the venue. Please remember that the venue sits within the congestion charge zone – for further information visit www.cclondon.com
Mr Shiraz Sabah, Specialist Registrar, Stanmore Rotation
Mr Sabah is an ST8 on the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotation. He graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2010, with a 1st class BSc in surgery & anaesthesia. He was an academic foundation trainee in north west thames and undertook core surgical training in London. Shiraz has authored more than 20 scientific papers and 50 conference abstracts. His research interests include the use of ‘big data’ in orthopaedics and understanding why hip replacements fail. He is an enthusiastic teacher, regularly lecturing at UCL and supervising BSc students.