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NJR mini-theatre at BOA AC 2017

 

New for 2017, the NJR stand will also be home to an interactive 'mini-theatre' where we plan to schedule presentations relating to NJR services or use of registry data during refreshment and lunch breaks throughout the Congress.   

Download a full schedule of all presentations and discussions taking place on the NJR stand here >

Additionally, the NJR Main Auditorium session, titled ‘The NJR, Independent Research, Quality and Innovation’, will feature six selected research studies which champion how external researchers have made use of the NJR's dataset to answer questions of clinical significance and to demonstrate how the registry dataset has provided opportunities for this. The session is taking place on Tuesday 19 September, 2.15pm-3.55pm.

There are also two BOA led sessions involving the NJR on Wednesday 20 September:
  1. Data and Registries: What do they mean for my practice? - 8.30am-10am, Main Auditorium 
  2. National Registry Hot Topics: an open Q&A - 10.30am-12pm, Meeting Room A


    NJR stand number - 143


    Boxes shaded orange are part of the main BOA programme: http://congress.boa.ac.uk/programme-2/

    Tuesday 19 September

    10.00-10.20
    (20 mins)

    NJR minimum dataset developments and changes

    Mike Swanson, Principal Consultant (Northgate Public Services)

     

     

     

    13.30-13.45

    (15 mins)

    Using NJR data for reflection and appraisal

    Mr Martyn Porter, NJR Medical Director

    Mr Matthew Porteous, NJR Data Quality, and NJR Regional Clinical Coordinators Sub-committees chairman

    13.45-14.00
    (15 mins)

    Knee mismatches in the registry

    Mr Peter Howard, NJR Steering Committee Surgeon Member and chairman of NJR Surgeon Performance, NJR Implant Scrutiny, and NJR Implant Performance Sub-committees

     

     

     

    14.15-15.55

    Main Auditorium

    The NJR: Independent research, quality and innovation

    Chaired by Professor Mark Wilkinson, NJR Research Sub-committee Chairman, and Prof Ashley Blom, Head of NJR statistical analysis (University of Bristol)

     

    Wednesday 20 September

    08.30-10.00

    Main Auditorium

    Data and Registries: What do they mean for my practice?

    Mr Martyn Porter, NJR Medical Director

     

     

     

    10.05-10.25
    (20 mins)

    Does NJR variation, between trusts, across an STP region, support change?

    Mr Derek Pegg, NJR Regional Clinical Coordinator – North West (Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)

    10.30-12.00

    Meeting Room A

    National Registry and Audit Hot Topics

    Mr Martyn Porter, Mr Peter Howard, Mr Matthew Porteous

     

     

     

    13.15-13.40
    (25 mins)

    The development of a Patient Decision Aid for joint replacement

    Professor Mark Wilkinson, NJR Research Sub-committee Chairman

    13.40-14.00
    (20 mins)

    Making the most of the NJR’s pricing data

    Richard Armstrong, Head of Health Solutions (Northgate Public Services)

     

     

     

    16.25-16.45
    (20 mins)

    What does the NJR’s 14th Annual Report tell us?

    Mr Michael Whitehouse, NJR statistical analysis (University of Bristol)

    Mr Martyn Porter, NJR Medical Director


    Thursday 21 September

    10.10-10.30
    (20 mins)

    NJR minimum dataset developments and changes

    Mike Swanson, Principal Consultant (Northgate Public Services)

     

     

     

    13.35-13.55

    (20 mins)

    How the shoulder NJR is changing my consent process for patients considering shoulder replacements

    Professor Jonathan Rees (University of Oxford), BESS representative on the NJR Editorial Board

     

     

     

  
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