Shoulder arthroplasty

Date: 05/05/2021
Time: 7:30 pm BST
Location: Zoom video conferencing platform

Available spaces: 500

Shoulder arthroplasty


Presenter: Mr Toby Baring, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Homerton University 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   Shoulder arthroplasty for the FRCS, Mr Toby Baring

20:05   Invited questions

20:15   Case discussion with top tips for the FRCS exam, Mr Toby Baring

20:35   Viva practice (participants welcome to stay on for additional viva practice)

21:30   Close

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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.

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Mr Toby Baring, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Homerton University Hospital

Toby Baring qualified from Newcastle Medical School in 2000. He did a BST at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and then undertook a postgraduate doctorate with Prof Roger Emery at Imperial College, London in 2006, looking at surgery for the rotator cuff. His postgraduate orthopaedic training was on the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotation in North London. In 2013 he spent a year on fellowship in Nice, France with the shoulder specialist Prof Pascal Boileau. He was appointed as a trauma and orthopaedic consultant to the Homerton University Hospital in 2015 where he is now clinical director and practices shoulder and elbow surgery. His specialist interests are in shoulder arthroscopy and joint replacement, and shoulder and elbow trauma.


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