I have had a life-long interest in trauma ever since my first DHS in Sheffield in 1979. My training was on the South-west rotational training scheme based in London and Surrey followed by one year on a trauma fellowship at Sunnybrook Medical Centre, Toronto with Dr Schatzker, learning about multiply injured patients and pelvic and acetabular surgery. I also learnt about the shoulder at Royal National Orthopaedic hospital in Stanmore. I have retired from clinical work. I am now Orthopaedic lead for Norwich Medical school.
I have been a member of British trauma Society (BTS) since its formation in 1988 and served as a president recently. I am now a trustee of BTS and remain involved with the running of the society.
I am very keen to encourage young surgeons to take up trauma, and although demanding it is very rewarding.
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Norfolk, NR2 2NE
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