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NJR supports European Orthopaedic Research Society meeting

30 June 2015

The National Joint Registry is pleased to be supporting the European Orthopaedic Research Society (EORS) annual meeting 2-4 September 2015 at the Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol.

With an extensive research programme and strategy, the NJR is delighted that registry-commissioned and registry-supported research studies will be showcased as part of the two-day programme. Speakers already include Professor Alice Roberts who will give a presentation on 'Two legs good?' and there is extensive opportunity to view submitted abstracts and posters.

Anyone interested in attending the event will also have the opportunity to meet NJR team members and find out more about the developing research strategy and the refined and refreshed research application pathway. There will also be a chance to find out more about the work of the NJR-RCS Fellows and how they help to maximise the value of the information held in the NJR. 

Aims of the EORS meetings include providing an environment in which clinicians, basic scientists and industry can get together and collaborate on the spectrum of disciplines that are essential for facing the challenges of musculoskeletal disease and disability and advance knowledge for the next generation of musculoskeletal researchers.

Key themes for this 2015 event cover:

  • Future of Musculoskeletal treatments
  • Pain
  • Multiscale modelling in Musculoskeletal research
  • Public engagement with Musculoskeletal research

To find out how to book a place at the event please visit:

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