Available spaces: 500
Presenter: Mr Jehangir Mahaluxmivala, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Princess Alexandra Hospital
Target audience: Candidates preparing for the FRCS (Orth) examinations or equivalent, and trainees who are in their earlier years of training.
Organised jointly by Orthopaedic Research UK and The FRCS Mentor Group.
CPD: 1 credit
19:30 Introduction, Convenors/Hosts
19:35 Surgeons perspective for biomechanics of the hip and flowchart for interpretation of complex hip x-rays, Mr Jehangir Mahaluxmivala
20:05 Invited questions
20:15 Case discussion with top tips for the FRCS exam, Mr Jehangir Mahaluxmivala
20:35 Viva practice (participants welcome to stay on for additional viva practice)
Places are limited and being offered on a first come first serve basis, so if you would like to join this teaching session please register here in advance.
The webinar is free to attend, but if you require a certificate of attendance with CPD following the webinar we ask that you kindly pay a fee of £5 to cover admin.
You can make the payment online here and please specify ‘Hip webinar’ as the reason for your payment.
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Mr Jehangir Mahaluxmivala is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow and the Ramsay Rivers Hospital. His own special interest is lower limb joint arthroplasty and revision knee surgery.
He completed his orthopaedic training on the prestigious Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore rotation and also spent time as a visiting fellow in well renowned centres in North America.
He is co-director of the former FRCS (Orth) revision course at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, now the ‘Mahaluxmivala-Sherman FRCS Orth Viva course’.
He has been an invited speaker on national and international conferences. He is on the faculty of numerous teaching courses, including the Harlow total knee replacement course and Cambridge basic science course, and is a former faculty member at the combined BOA BASK instructional course.
He has been a contributing member of the FRCS Mentor group since its inception, and been involved with online teaching and webinars for over a year. To date he has had a combined live audience of over 2500 surgeons.