The NJR is a supporting association at the Minimally Invasive Surgery Congress in London
The National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man (NJR) is a supporting association at the forthcoming Minimally Invasive Surgery Congress
, taking place on 7 - 8 March, 2017 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel, UK.
All those engaged with the NJR – within NHS trusts, independent hospitals, and research institutes – are eligible to receive a discount of 20%
on the congress registration fee by using the code ‘MM-NJR
’ when registering.
Attracting global minimally invasive surgery (MIS) experts associated with urology, colorectal and hip and knee, the congress will look at past and current industry developments, emerging trends and challenges in robotic surgery, critical MIS techniques in robotic nephrectomies and prostatectomies, and modern concepts & approaches for hip and knee replacements.
Along with advanced technologies and solutions, the congress will also focus on highlighting some of the emerging applications in terms of surgical procedures, surgical education and clinical success of minimally invasive surgeries for various diseases.
The NJR is delighted to report that on the opening morning of the congress, Dr. Elsa Marques, of the NJR’s statistical analysis team based at the University of Bristol, will be delivering the congress’ hip and knee keynote. The presentation, ‘The choice between hip prosthetic bearing surfaces in total hip replacement: Systematic review, network meta-analyses, analyses of UK and Swedish hip registries, and decision models, to determine the cost effectiveness of hip prostheses
’ is scheduled for 9.10am on Tuesday 7 March.
To view the brochure
and know more about the congress, please visit the congress’ website: http://www.mnmconferences.com/Minimally-Invasive-Surgery-Congress
All registered delegates will have the opportunity to present a poster at the congress. Those interested in this opportunity should register their interest by writing to email@example.com
The congress is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England for up to 11.0 CPD points.