Events Calendar 2014

Course imageCAOS UK has run a number of successful events during 2014 and will continue to offer high quality CPD events for members and non-members

October 2014

National Basic Knee Arthroplasty Course

Dear Friends & Colleagues,
Training of orthopaedic surgeons and trainees has suffered during the past few years due to various legislations like the European working time directive that have enforced trainees to be away from the working field. But the show must go on and we have to look for various other means of training. In the present world anything does not move without money. The trainees do not have any big budgets to fulfil their needs.

Keeping this in mind, we have planned a series of intensive Hip and Knee arthroplasty courses at The Golden Jubilee National Hospital and Beardmore Centre for Health Sciences. These courses will run on an annual basis and will be free to attend for the trainees and orthopaedic surgeons.The training will be provided by well renowned national and international experts as faculty.

We would like to invite you to attend the National Basic Knee Arthroplasty course on 17th October 2014 to be held at The Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre. The course will focus on basic aspects, current issues, controversies and advancements in the field of knee arthroplasty.

Full course details can be found here


May 2014

National Basic Hip Arthroplasty Course

Speaking ahead of the event, Organising Chairman and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Golden Jubilee, Mr Kamal Deep, said: “This year’s course provides a unique opportunity for orthopaedic trainees, surgeons and consultants to share their combined knowledge and experience of joint replacement.  

“The Golden Jubilee is one of the largest elective Orthopaedic Centres inEurope. As such, we believe it is essential to provide and promote the highest possible standard of education and training. This is important, not only for individuals at the beginning of their careers, but to allow more established professionals to continue to find new, innovative ways to develop their knowledge and skill set. Most importantly however, courses like this ensure that patients around theUKandEuropecontinue to receive the most effective, up to date and safe treatment possible; delivering improved outcomes and a better quality of life.”

For details visit the course website here


May 2014

ABP Postgraduate Diploma in Principles of Computer Assisted Knee Arthroplasty (PCAKA)

The aim of the ABP Postgraduate Diploma in Principles of Computer Assisted Knee Arthroplasty (PCAKA) is to promote the best levels of clinical and tchnical knowledge and skill to use computer technology for Arthroplasty (TKA) and demonstrate the highest standards of Best Practice.

For details visit the course website here