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Recruitment for key NJR committee positions

As part of our 20th anniversary activity, we have conducted a programme of work which aims to profile the successes and benefits that the NJR has realised over the past two decades. This work examines the value of the important tools and reporting systems that the NJR has developed over the years and makes available to a range of our stakeholders, as well as the benefits to wider society of a comprehensive national registry.

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How long do joint replacements last?

As part of our 20th anniversary activity, we have conducted a programme of work which aims to profile the successes and benefits that the NJR has realised over the past two decades. This work examines the value of the important tools and reporting systems that the NJR has developed over the years and makes available to a range of our stakeholders, as well as the benefits to wider society of a comprehensive national registry.

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Hip, hip, hooray!

Hip, hip, hooray! Surprisingly, when it comes to joint issues, women are often the most hesitant to seek help. They may delay having hip and knee replacements because of caregiving responsibilities or possible concerns about the poor outcomes of such procedures. This seems to be the case even though data increasingly shows that hip and

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NJR Consultant Level Reports and Surgeon Level Reports

NJR Consultant Level Reports and Surgeon Level Reports NJR Consultant Level Reports and Surgeon Level Reports Consultant Level Reports (CLR) and Surgeon Level Reports (SLR) for FY 2022/23 are now available to download at NJR Connect – Data Services. Surgeons are advised to check their reports and get in touch with the NJR Service Desk

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NHS commissioning policies on patient weight and access to hip replacement surgery vary regionally, study using NJR data finds

NHS commissioning policies on patient weight and access to hip replacement surgery vary regionally, study using NJR data finds Weight and body mass index [BMI] policies introduced by NHS commissioning groups in England are worsening health inequalities according to a new study published in the BMC Medicine [13 June]. According to the study using NJR

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NJR Surgeon and Hospital Outcomes Publication – 2022/23

NJR Surgeon and Hospital Outcomes Publication 2022/23 Through the NJR Surgeon and Hospital Profile service the public can find information about: The National Joint Registry (NJR) will once again soon be updating consultant surgeon and hospital level information on joint replacements on the NJR’s Surgeon and Hospital Profile website: https://surgeonprofile.njrcentre.org.uk. We continue to work closely

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How long do revised and multiply-revised hip replacements last?

Hip replacements are common and effective operations; but some patients that undergo this intervention are at risk of the replacements failing, requiring costly and often complex revision surgery with often poorer outcomes than primary surgery. Using NJR data, researchers from the University of Bristol have aimed to provide detailed information on the longevity of hip

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Launch of new NJR Supplier Feedback Reporting System

As part of the newly developed, NJR Connect – Data Services suite of reporting systems we have just launched our new Supplier Feedback service for Orthopaedic Medical Device Implant Suppliers. Now that this system is live, users will be able to access individual manufacturer level data, reports, information and resources relating to implant usage and outcomes, through our secure

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