The Association of Orthopaedic Practitioners UK

 

SAVE THE DATE

As many of you are probably aware we shall not be holding our annual conference in 2020. This is because we have agreed with the OTA to hold alternate conferences for the next couple of years.

However we cannot let 2020 pass by without a celebration of our 40th anniversary, therefore we have decided to hold an educational study day on Saturday 27th June with the focus being on practical skills.

This will be followed by an evening party with dinner and entertainment and overnight accommodation with breakfast will be available. The venue is the Best Western Yew Lodge Hotel, Kegworth which is very close to East Midlands Airport.

Further details will be available shortly regarding registering and booking accommodation. We look forward to seeing old and new members as well as non-members, everyone is welcome!

So donít miss what promises to be an excellent educational day followed by a great party and celebration.


Conference 2019 - Awards and photos from this years conference now available.


Journal Publication for 2019 now available to members.


CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) Guidelines

Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).


Guidance for the removal of Kirschner wires

This guidance has been approved by the British orthopaedic Association Casting Sub-committee.


Statement on OTA & AOP joint working

Members and other stakeholders of both the OTA and AOP may be aware that OTA and AOP are holding joint discussions with a view to working more closely together over the next couple of years. One development that has emerged as a result of the initial discussions is that both the OTA and the AOP have agreed to hold Joint Annual Conferences over the next two years under the following format:


Important information for all orthopaedic practitioners

 

Update on the British Casting Certificate.

The AOP are proud to support the launch of the new National Casting Standards.

View / Download here.

If you are interested in purchasing a printed copy of this document please contact us.

 

 

AOP position statement for Education and Training

The AOP is now a registered stakeholder for NICE guidelines.
In particular, for these guidelines:-
Venous thromboembolism - reducing the risk (update)
Diabetes foot care (update)
Fractures


Photos from our previous conferences

 



This page last updated: 13 November 2019

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