The BSSH Autumn Scientific Meeting will be taking place on Wednesday 8 September to Friday 10 September at the University of Oxford Examination Schools 75-81 The High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG.
Wednesday 8 September
Pre-event meetings (see above tab)
Thursday 9 and Friday 10 September
Main Scientific Meeting
We are planning for a full face to face meeting. If this is not possible, the meeting will be held virtually, running from approximately 9.30am to 4pm both days.
Abstract submissions for this meeting are now closed.
Organised by: BSSH Secretariat of BSSH (British Society for Surgery of the Hand)
Phone Number: 02078315162
BSSH Trauma Day - Riding the wave; putting patients at the centre of post-covid hand trauma care
The pandemic has realigned our services for hand trauma patients, in many cases making it more streamlined and a better patient experience. As we move forward we need to maintain this focus on being patient centred, whilst decisively ditching the negative things that have been enforced on us.
The trauma symposium will look at aspects of what has been learned and how we can build on it using technology, lean models of healthcare and improved, directly available patient information. We will also celebrate the formation of the Hand Trauma Network and work on the Quality Improvement Project; HandsFirst.
This promises to be an action packed and energetic day!
- Just in case you missed it: to join the trauma network just fill out the survey here
- And to know more about the QIP visit the website here
BSSH Research Day - BSSH Studyathon: Data in a Day
Can routinely collected data be useful to hand surgeons? Can we critically appraise and improve evidence in our field using new technology in one day?
Join the first BSSH Studyathon on Wednesday 8th September where we will formulate, undertake and deliver research questions generated by the group using large scale analytics and international datasets.
A panel of experts from the UK, Europe and North America will be joining to share expertise in evidence synthesis, patient reported outcome measures, geographical trends and population studies to help us reach our target of producing new evidence by the end of the BSSH meeting.
Roll up your sleeves and join the journey!