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- Promote the interests of Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery amongst members of the society and students.
-Provide an opportunity for members of the Society to meet and participate in surgical based activities together, with an emphasis on orthopaedic skills.
- Assist in the safe education and introduction of students to Trauma & Orthopaedic surgery through the use of talks, events, practical skills sessions and courses through experienced members.
-Provide a hub for medical students and junior doctors interested in a career in trauma and orthopaedic surgery to engage in the speciality
- Organise and host guest talks related to the specialty.
- Improve members understanding of T&O surgery as a career option.
- Guide and support enthusiastic medical students with an interest in pursuing a
career in T&O surgery.
? Provide educational benefit to members through a variety of activities, including but not limiting to lectures, talks and practical events for members.
? Organise tutorials and workshops to allow students a chance to learn or improve surgical skills and try first-hand some techniques used by orthopaedic trainees & surgeons
? Encourage and foster connections between T&O surgeons and students
? To provide members with links to T&O departments in and around Newcastle for the purpose of mentorship and involvement in projects
? To encourage members to partake in local and national events such as conferences and surgical education days.
? To form and strengthen ties with national organisations such as the British Orthopaedic Trainees Association (BOTA) and the British Orthopaedics Association (BOA), as well as with companies & industry within the specialty.
? To organise and host the inaugural National Undergraduate Trauma & Orthopaedic Conference in Newcastle
Meetings to be scheduled every month
President - Kira Faircloth
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