This week has been quite inspiring. I have had the opportunity to contribute to the planning of the hand service at the major trauma centre of Salford Royal Foundation Trust. The team is focused on developing excellent clinical services for multiply injured patients and this also includes hand injuries. The post graduate centre at Salford
I was honoured to receive this letter of appreciation for our team’s work in developing the hand surgery training of surgeons, from developing countries across the globe. It was both rewarding and enjoyable.
I was privileged enough to be awarded the ‘Stack fellowship’ by the British Society for Surgery of The Hand. Prior to myself, this prestigious award had only been ever been issued 3 times since its in inception in 2007. Click here to read about my travels across the world meeting, sharing and learning from the
Bond Salon have a reputation of providing excellence around medical legal issues. This course in particular was about excellence and report writing and how to provide the best written evidence. The course was held at Wrightington Hospital. The barrister who lead the course was very experienced and knowledgeable, making the day both instructive and interactive.
Seamer Donald Tiripano has replaced the injured Kyle Jarvis in Zimbabwe’s squad for the T20I tri-series, involving Australia and Pakistan. Jarvis, Zimbabwe’s senior seamer, injured his bowling hand while attempting a catch during Pakistan’s innings in the tri-series opener in Harare on Sunday.
Mr Naqui and an International team from the UK and the Netherlands presented their preliminary work, looking at the best possible management of Trigger Finger. Trigger Finger is a common disabling problem affecting millions of people across the word with many different methods of treatment. Our work aims to search for the best possible treatment
Mr Naqui and colleagues hosted a practical workshop for hand therapists, teaching all aspects of Hand and Wrist conditions including examining techniques. 50 therapists attended from across the North West in what was an educational and entertaining session.
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