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Hands Re:Worked is a photographic exposé of hands following surgery that will celebrate inspiring patients and the teams of professionals who treated them. Please support this project by purchasing a book or reward - Click here to find out more
16-17 December - SAVE THE DATE!
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The BSSH is the information and education body for Hand Surgery in the UK. We strive to improve the care of patients who suffer from hand injuries and hand disorders through education and research, and by promoting and directing the development of Hand Surgery. The Society is a member of FESSH.
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The BSSH offers a number of annual grants, bursaries and prizes, ranging from education and travel, to medical electives, various essay and poster prizes, and much more.
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Every other month, the Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume) brings together an international faculty of experts, authors and fellows to discuss recent papers and facilitate engaging discussions regarding shared practice and innovation in hand surgery - Register now
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Welcome to the patients area.
If you are a member of the public looking for information about a hand condition or injury, or would like to identify a hand surgeon or therapist in your area, our patients area is for you. Learn more
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The Society's aim is to promote the development of Hand Surgery and to foster and co-ordinate education study and research in Hand Surgery This area is for professional information. Learn more
14 October 2021
Hands Re:Worked is a photographic exposé of hands following surgery that aims to celebrate patients who have recovered from injury or hand problems and...
04 October 2021
The BSSH Trauma day on Wednesday 8 September, “Riding the wave; putting patients at the centre of post-Covid hand trauma care” was the first face to...
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