#TheCoronaCast hosted by Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Pranai Buddhdev from London, UK aims to help improve the spread of knowledge about the Corona Pandemic to healthcare workers and the public. #TheCoronaCast by Paedipods is available on Apple/Googlee/Spotify/Anchor podcast platforms.
Paedipods also hosts #ThePaedipodsCast which aims to gain insight into the careers of leaders and luminaries in the field of Paediatric Orthopaedics worldwide, and explore relevant topics including updated research, education, physician wellness and international fellowship opportunities.
WELCOME BACK LISTENERS! After 15 episodes of #TheCoronaCast we now return to interviews with the leaders and legends of paediatric orthopaedics in #ThePaedipodsCast. In this episode, Pranai Buddhdev (Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon & Paedipods Founder) sits with Dr Simon Kelley from Sick Kids in Toronto. Having started his career in the UK, Dr Kelley undertook fellowships in Australia and Canada prior to being appointed in Toronto. As a limb reconstruction and hip surgeon, we talk about his clinical practice, his contribution to research (including being President of the Canadian Orthopaedic Research Society, IHDI member & Deputy Editor of JPO), and his new roles as Fellowship Director and Associate Chief of Surgery & Peri-Operative Services, with special attention to how he has helped navigate the Coronavirus pandemic at a hospital leadership level. ENJOY!!.
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Sick Kids Fellowship Information: https://www.sickkidsorthofellowship.ca
THANK YOU to ALL listeners/guests of #TheCoronaCast. In this episode, I reflect on my experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic and hosting this podcast. I discuss the importance of diversity in orthopaedics, and the Launch of ORTHO-BUMP (Orthopaedic Black & Under-represented Minority Mentorship Programme).
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#NoTrainingTodayNoSurgeonsTomorrow as publicised by the JCST made this #TheCoronaCast episode important to address as orthopaedic elective activity begins to slowly resume around the UK. With most orthopaedic trainees having lost significant experience and opportunities over the coronavirus pandemic due to either being redeployed or seeing a change in their departments workload, Paedipods host Mr Pranai Buddhdev, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon talks to Ms Lisa Hadfield-Law, a central figurehead in delivering surgical education appropriately in the UK and abroad. Having trained more than 15,000 surgeons in 68 countries, Lisa serves as an advisor for the BOA, Royal College of Surgeons and AO UK, hosting numerous faculty development courses including Training orthopaedic trainees & Training orthopaedic educationalist, supervisors. We talk about how to maximise the opportunities to gain the necessary experience in the 'new normal' setting including theatre lists, virtual clinics and ward rounds, what makes a good surgical trainer, how novel platforms including virtual teaching, podcasts and webinars can be more widely adopted, and how to motivate and engage with junior staff including foundation doctors and core surgical trainees. Please leave feedback, follow @JCST_Surgery @bota_uk @paedipods @Pranai_B on twitter, and share with friends and colleagues who can benefit from this episode.
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As we enter our third month of the UK lockdown, we have had very little developments in our understanding of how the Coronavirus Pandemic will be defeated and how we can recover in the healthcare sector. With the hope to avoid a second peak of COVID patients, elective surgery was halted initially, with the hope to resume by mid-Summer. There has been some guidance from the BOA and NHS England with regards returning to some normality, however questions remain with regards to the safety of elective surgery, recovery, face-to-face consultations and its undenied impact on the healthcare workforce that have been pushed to their limits over the last few months. In this episode, #TheCoronaCast host, Mr Pranai Buddhdev, Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeons sits with Mr Fergal Monsell from Bristol Childrens Hospital and BOA/BSCOS Council Member to discuss some of the unanswered concerns and questions of both clinicians and their patients - how do we consent? what testing should be in place? what happens to our high-risk patients? As well as learning how to address the lapse in surgical training for junior staff, they also discuss what positives have come from Coronavirus, and how this will define the practice of the specialty in the future.
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Consent in the Post-COVID Era by Bertie Leigh in BOA Transient Journal of Trauma & Orthopaedics & Coronavirus - https://www.boa.ac.uk/policy-engagement/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics-and-coronavirus/consent-in-the-post-covid-19-era.html
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic, everyone is facing multiple nw stresses including physical and psychological health risks, school & business closures, family confinement, isolation and economic vulnerability. Out of this children are especially vulnerable and directly impacted with reduce access to essential services (health, social, school). In this episode, Pranai Buddhdev sits with Ms Emily Baird, Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgon from th Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh to talk about the silent pandemic of Non-Accidental Injury in Children. They discuss the risk factors, the adapted role of social services and clinicians and what challenges there are to maintain standards in an over-stretched healthcare system. We also discuss ongoing training for orthopaedic juniors and what the 'new normal' of conferences may be in the future. Links as below:
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Ms Bairds Article on NAI in Children: https://www.boa.ac.uk/policy-engagement/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics-and-coronavirus/non-accidental-injury-in-children-in-the-time-of.html
BSCOS Video To Raise Awareness on NAI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7i2hVPmGPU
Article on Domestic Abuse During Lockdown: https://www.boa.ac.uk/policy-engagement/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics-and-coronavirus/intimate-partner-violence-ipv-in-the-time-of-covid.html
Genetics is at the very core of understanding the origin of the Coronavirus, its potentially devastating effects on fit and healthy patients, and will likely play a role in the development of a vaccine in the future. There has been a concerted effort by the COVID19 Host Genetics Initiative to generate, share and analyse data to learn the genetic determinants of COVID-19 susceptibility, severity and outcomes. In this episode, #TheCoronaCast host Mr Pranai Buddhdev speaks to a previous guest of #ThePaedipodsCast, Dr Melita Irving, a clinical geneticist from Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals London about how this agile pivot in research projects and collaboration will yield the information necessary to help tackling the global pandemic.
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COVID19 Host Genetics Initiative: https://www.covid19hg.org
Dr Melita Irving's Book - The Human DNA Manual: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Human-Genome-Manual-Haynes-Manuals/dp/1785215949
The global COVID19 Pandemic is truly the war of our lifetime but with a profound difference - the enemy is faceless and the world is united in its defeat. Measures include Social Distancing, Lockdown and Key workers under immense pressure on the frontlines has a significant detrimental effect on mental health, a challenge we need to face as aggressively as the virus itself. In this second part of our Wellness Series, #TheCoronaCast host Pranai Buddhdev sits again with Dr Rantimi Ayodele, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Life coach to discuss how we can recognise stressors, and face them positively. Scrolling on social media can be detrimental as can increasing alcohol uptake, eating unhealthily. Basic tips are given on prioritising sleep, healthy eating and exercise, whilst enhanced tehcnaiues include practising mediation, mindfulness, gratitude documentation and forgiveness. Useful links are given to books and podcasts - twitter #COVIDKindness.
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Useful Links as below:
PODCAST: The Happiness Lab with Dr Laurie Santos:https://www.happinesslab.fm
PODCAST: ON Purpose by Jay Shetty: https://jayshetty.me/podcast/
PODCAST: Feel Better Live More by Dr Rangan Chatterjee: https://drchatterjee.com/blog/category/podcast/
Paper Loneliness & Immunity: http://www.demenzemedicinagenerale.net/images/pdf/Loneliness_and_pathways_to_disease.pdf
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BOTA Update for all UK Orthopaedic trainees during COVID19 from President Ms Tricia Campbell. We talk changes to National ST3 Selection, updated guidance on the ARCP process for trainees including extensions to training and ARCP Outcome 10, opportunities to continue gaining WBAs in a meaningful way and innovative ways some regions are continuing to teach and train. We also talk about a unique opportunity to gain critical CBDs in paediatrics done by #TheCoronaCast host Mr Pranai Buddhdev, through the website https://www.paedipods.com.
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HEE Updates for trainees: https://www.hee.nhs.uk/coronavirus-information-trainees
HEE guidance on ARCPs: https://healtheducationengland.sharepoint.com/Comms/Digital/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx?id=%2FComms%2FDigital%2FShared%20Documents%2Fhee%2Enhs%2Euk%20documents%2FWebsite%20files%2FCovid19%2FARCP%20letter%20and%20document%2Epdf&parent=%2FComms%2FDigital%2FShared%20Documents%2Fhee%2Enhs%2Euk%20documents%2FWebsite%20files%2FCovid19&p=true&originalPath=aHR0cHM6Ly9oZWFsdGhlZHVjYXRpb25lbmdsYW5kLnNoYXJlcG9pbnQuY29tLzpiOi9nL0NvbW1zL0RpZ2l0YWwvRVRSVkVYRUV5OEZIb2lwQnNLVXAtUUlCZjFIYmwxWHpYamtYM25uYTVvQ1lEQT9ydGltZT10SzFoVTczYzEwZw
BMA COVID19 Resources: https://www.bma.org.uk/advice-and-support/covid-19/
Paediatric Critical CBDs: https://www.paedipods.com
Wellness Website: https://www.frontline19.com
RCSEngland webinar ‘COVID-19 webinar: It's OK not to be OK’: Register at https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/calendar/webinar-covid-19-mental-health-15-april-2020/
The Transient Journal of Trauma, Orthopaedics and the Coronavirus: https://www.boa.ac.uk/policy-engagement/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics-and-coronavirus.html
The COVID19 Pandemic has put the healthcare community under immense pressure both professionally and personally. Stress levels are high with concerns about putting their health at risk, PPE provisions, inconsistencies with testing strategies in addition to societal lockdown affecting 1 in every 5 people world-wide. Burnout already has a high prevalence in healthcare workers, and it has been well accepted that this is likely to increase over the coming months. In this episode, Paedipods Founder/PodCast host Mr Pranai Buddhdev talks to Dr Daniel Wilkes, Trainee Rep for the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Vice Chair of the trainee section of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges about managing stress and provide a better understanding of the warning signs of burnout with 10 tips to nurture resilience. @HowYouDoingNHS on Twitter
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Links as below:
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges page on Mental Health & Wellbeing for Healthcare Professionals: https://www.aomrc.org.uk/covid-19-mentalwellbeing/
NHS Mindfulness information: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mindfulness/
Ms Rantimi Ayodele Article on Managing 'VUCA' in COVID19: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/reclaiming-vuca-from-covid-19-rantimi-ayodele/
Headspace free for NHS: https://www.headspace.com/nhs
Unmind free for NHS: https://nhs.unmind.com/signup
BMA Wellbeing service: https://www.bma.org.uk/media/2217/bma-wellbeing-covid-19-poster.pdf
Danielle Ofri MD Book: What Doctors Feel on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Doctors-Feel-Emotions-Practice-ebook/dp/B008ED6AGS
With the global COVID19 pandemic infecting more than 1.1 million people, healthcare systems around the world are under significant strain. Professional Bodies including thee British Orthopaedic Association, British Society of Children's Orthopaedic Surgery, International Hip Dysplasia Institute & Global Clubfoot Initiative have been providing updated guidance on how this will effect the normal workload and patterns of those within the orthopaedic profession and help encourage pragmatic decision making in resource-starved hospitals. With a focus on paediatric orthopaedics, Paedipods Podcast host Pranai Buddhdev speaks to Mr Anish Sanghrajka, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who sits on the educational committee of BSCOS and is the Deputy TPD of th East of England Rotation. We discuss the documents uploaded online (in the show notes), and how we can prepare to adjust our management of paediatric trauma, DDH, CTEV and other conditions, whilst embracing the adoption of telemedicine and novel techniques to train surgeons to help improve patient care through the pandemic.
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Useful Links below:
BSCOS COVID19 Resource Page including Alder Hey Trauma Documents, Position Statements on DDH & CTEV Management In addition to formidable Patient/Parent Handouts & Videos for Removing Backslabs/SoftCast: https://bscos.org.uk/covid19/resources.php
BOAST Guidance from BOA On Managing Trauma: https://www.boa.ac.uk/resources/covid-19-boasts-combined.html
BOA The Transient Journal of Trauma, Orthopaedics and the Coronavirus: https://www.boa.ac.uk/policy-engagement/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics/journal-of-trauma-orthopaedics-and-coronavirus.html
BSCOS Video on Keeping your Children Safe: #AccidentFreAvoidA&E: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32Yxa3rCKbU&feature=youtu.be
IHDI Guidance on Managing DDH During the Pandemic: https://hipdysplasia.org/news/latest-news/suggestions-for-managing-ddh-in-a-resource-limited-environment-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/
DocMatter Website: https://www.docmatter.com
Congratulations to Dr Anita Patel MD, on the birth of her daughter Sita in Washington DC on April 2nd 2020 - thank you for participating in Episode 4 of #TheCoronaCast!
We must not forget medical students when we think of the impact COVID19 is having on the healthcare community - the current cohort of students have committed to a career in medicine and will be the next generation of clinicians. COVID19 has had a profound impact on how medical schools can function whilst preserving standards of education and safety of their students. In this episode, Paedipods host Mr Pranai Buddhdev speaks to senior medical student representatives for two national societies, ASiT & BOTA, to explore and raise awareness of key issues medical students face including key guidance, support and resources available. We discuss final year student transition to foundation training, exams and electives, what pre-clinical and clinical students can do and contribute and how mental and physical wellbeing can be preserved.
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Please see useful links below:
MSC Medical Students Joint Statement: https://www.medschools.ac.uk/media/2625/joint-statement-on-registration-arrangements-for-final-year-students-and-f1-doctors.pdf
MSC Medical Students as Volunteers: https://www.medschools.ac.uk/media/2622/statement-of-expectation-medical-student-volunteers-in-the-nhs.pdf
GMC Medical Students: https://www.gmc-uk.org/news/news-archive/coronavirus-information-and-advice/information-for-medical-students
MSC Advice: firstname.lastname@example.org
MDU COVID19 Advice: https://bit.ly/MDUMedStudents
Physical / Mental Wellness: http://bit.ly/CoronaCastEp1
Becoming a Dr: Live National twitter chat - What can you do as a medical student? Sunday 29th March 2020 18:00 GMT @BecomingaDr
Educational Resources: https://geekymedics.com, https://www.medisense.org.uk, https://almostadoctor.co.uk, https://www.onexamination.com
Find more information about BOTA at: http://www.bota.org.uk
Find more informational about ASiT at: https://www.asit.org
Orthopaedic surgeons from all sub-specialties are amending the way they work in preparation of potential redeployment due to the #COVID19 Pandemic. Norfolk & Norwich hospitals have run paediatric virtual fracture clinics for over 2 years, and this discussion with Mr Anish Sanghrajka, we explore how we can reduce foot fall in hospitals significantly whilst maintaining patient safety & standards.
The BOA has promptly released modified BOAST guidelines and BSCOS has updated members with suggestions to modify practice. We will discuss these in a further episode in the upcoming days. Please find resources below:
BOA Guidelines: https://www.boa.ac.uk/resources/information-for-boa-members-on-trauma-and-orthopaedic-care-in-the-uk-during-coronavirus-pandemic.html
BOAST Guidelines (Updated 24/3/20): https://www.boa.ac.uk/resources/covid-19-boasts-combined.html
BSCOS Public Safety Announcement to prevent paediatric fractures: https://bscos.org.uk (video)
POEM Virtual Clinic at NNUH: http://www.nnuh.nhs.uk/news/2018/09/23156/
Schools have been closed, families are self-isolating - but are children immune to COVID-19 ? In this episode of #TheCoronaCast presented by Paedipods, Podcast Host & Surgeon Mr Pranai Buddhdev discusses the latest evidence available about COVID-19 in Children with Dr Anita Patel MD, Professor of Paediatrics & Critical Care Physician from Children's National Hospital in Washington DC. Together they discuss the largest published epidemiological study from China, and what conclusions can be drawn safely from their experience in addition to giving valuable advice to parents with concerns about their children's health. They also discuss maternal well-being for new parents, those considering pregnancy, trying to conceive, undergoing fertility treatment or currently pregnant, and the UK's issued guidance to pregnant healthcare workers.
Please find useful links below including thee Facebook Maternal Well-Being Group, Advice from Children's National, Paedipods Website & Literature & Guidance from Pregnant Healthcare Workers in the UK. Please share this episode to anyone who may find it useful @paedipods
Facebook Maternal Well-Being Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2492372544412181/
Children's National Rise & Shine Useful Links: https://riseandshine.childrensnational.org
Paedipods Website: https://www.paedipods.com
RCOG Guidance UK: https://www.rcog.org.uk/globalassets/documents/guidelines/2020-03-21-covid19-pregnancy-guidance-2118.pdf
Paediatrics Paper from American Academy Paediatrics from China: https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/early/2020/03/16/peds.2020-0702.full.pdf
With over 312,000 Global Cases of COVID19 and an increasing death toll, the USA has overnight become one of the nations with the highest reported cases. In this episode, #TheCoronaCast (hosted by Mr Pranai Buddhdev) speak to Dr Hiren Patel, Emergency Department Attending at Mass General Hospital in Boston, USA who diagnosed the first case of COVID19 at his institution.
With a background in global health and International emergency development, systems building and relief management and implementation in Low and middle Income Countries (LMIC), this episode explores the issues and experiences witnessed first hand on the frontlines in the USA, with concerns over PPE provision, testing capabilities and its potential effects on the healthcare community including ethical dilemmas such as The Hippocratic Oath. They also discuss the early reports from Sub-Saharan Africa and the likely devastating effects and stress COVID19 will impose on under-resourced and prepared healthcare systems. WASH YOUR HANDS, MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING & STAY SAFE LISTENERS.
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Find the Mass Gen. Hospital Coranavirus Toolkit: https://www.massgeneral.org/assets/MGH/pdf/disaster-medicine/2019-Novel-Coronavirus-(2019-nCoV)-Toolkit-version-1.29.2020.pdf
Updated information from Mass Gen. Hospital: https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/03/20/coronavirus-has-hospitals-eyeing-ecmo-blood-breathing-aids-for-worst-cases/
Keep updated from John Hopkins Center for Systems Science & Engineering: https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
There is currently a lot of anxiety and concern about how #Coronavirus will impact on trainees and juniors in training. With National Selection, Exams, Courses and ARCPS affected, Pranai Buddhdev (#TheCoronaCast Podcast Host & Founder of www.paedipods.com) interviews th current BOTA (British orthopaedic Trainee Association) President Ms Tricia Campbell who sheds light on all the updates from the JCST, Health Education England and the GMC. This podcast episodes aims to help alleviate concerns trainees may have about not being able to complete courses, the modification of the ARCP Process and when Exams will be rescheduled for.
Please find useful links below and follow #TheCoronaCast Presented by Paedipods on Twitter/Instagram (@paedipods) & visit www.paedipods.com
Available on all major podcast platforms including Spotify, Anchor, Google/Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, PocketCasts
JCST Guidance for Trainees (JCST): https://www.jcst.org/jcst-news/2020/03/19/covid-19/
ARCP Contingency Plan (HEE): https://www.hee.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Contingency%20Policy%20for%20ARCPs.pdf
BOA Guidance on COVID19: https://www.boa.ac.uk/resources/statement-for-boa-members-on-trauma-and-orthopaedic-care-in-the-uk-during-coronavirus-pandemic.html
BOTA website: http://www.bota.org.uk/
Specialty Training Guidance: https://specialtytraining.hee.nhs.uk/Coronavirus-COVID-19
The World Health Organisation has announced the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a global pandemic. With daily Government briefings, guidance from the the GMC, NHS England and the Royal Colleges continues to be updated, leaving healthcare works ina time of anxiety and uncertainty. In this Bonus episode, Mr Pranai Buddhdev (Orthopaedic Surgeon & Paedipods Podcast Host) talks to Ms Rantimi Ayodele (Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells Hospitals) about how healthcare workers can prepare for the upcoming few months of managing the Pandemic on the front lines. We discuss preparations and expectations at work and at home, how to maintain a positive outlook and maintain patient safety and excellent practice and how we can support trainees, medical students and other healthcare professionals.
Please read Ms Ayodele's Linkedin Article at: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/covid-19-healthcare-workers-toolkit-uk-rantimi-ayodele/
Please see latest guidance from NHS England at: https://www.england.nhs.uk/coronavirus/
Please see guidance from the BOA:https://www.boa.ac.uk/resources/coronavirus-covid-19-update-regarding-boa-activities-and-events.html
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What are skeletal dysplasias? What is epigenetics? What is the microbiome? What do geneticists do when you refer a patient? What is genomic testing? What are the future applications of genetic manipulation/engineering? These are just a few questions discussed in this episode with Dr Melita Irving, Consultant Geneticist from GSTT & Evelina Children's Hospitals, London and Author of the recent Haynes Book "The Human DNA Manual: Understanding Your Genetic Code". Paedipods Founder/Podcast Host Mr Pranai Buddhdev explores common questions about genetics and its application to the paediatric orthopaedic community, the importance of collaborative working, and discusses some of the new and future trials related to skeletal dysplasias. Please see links below!
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Dr Melita Irving's Book can be found at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Human-Genome-Manual-Haynes-Manuals/dp/1785215949
More information about the UK's Skeletal Dysplasia Group: https://www.skeletaldysplasiagroup.org.uk/
2020 Skeletal Dysplasia Instructional Course Information: https://www.skeletaldysplasiagroup.org.uk/meetings
2020 Osteogenesis Imperfecta Meeting information: https://oi2020.org/
David Asprey's Book 'Superhuman' can be found at: https://www.amazon.com/Super-Human-Bulletproof-Backward-Forever/dp/0062882821
More information about work done at the Steadman-Philippon Research Institute: https://www.sprivail.org/
In this episode, Pranai Buddhdev (founder/host of #ThePaedipodsCast) sits with Leo Donnan from the Royal Children's Hospital from Melbourne, Australia. Leo Donnan is a paediatric and adult limb reconstruction surgeon, who has previously served as Director of Orthopaedics at RCH and has a world renowned limb reconstruction fellowship. IN this episode we talk about his early career, the importance of travelling fellowships, his role in research, education, where he feels the specialty is heading in the future and his suggestions of how to maintain a good work-life balance. Links as below:
Orthopaedic education: https://www.rchortho.com
RCH Paediatric Fracture Guidelines: https://www.rch.org.au/clinicalguide/fractures/
Leo Donnan Personal Website: https://leodonnan.com.au
Professor Reinhard Graf is a world-renowned figure in the medical field, having invented and developed hip ultrasound for the diagnosis and assessment of DDH in babies. Hear about how he started off as a general practitioner and paediatric general surgeon prior to landing in the field of orthopaedics, and how almost through serendipity he developed hip ultrasound and convinced the world of its use. He explains how universal screening was adopted in countries such as Austria, Switzerland & Germany, and what restricts its global application, the development of the Graf Classification, the importance of education and standardisation of the skill and where the future lies involving artificial intelligence and machine-learning. His anecdotal style is humourous and brilliant - please enjoy and suscribe to our podcast on all major platforms.
Professor Graf Ultrasound Course Guide can be found at: http://graf-hipsonography.com
Professor Graf will next be teaching at the DDH Hip USS Course in Cardiff June 2020, more details at: https://www.doctorsacademy.org/msk-graf-uss
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Welcome listeners to episode 3 of #ThePaedipodsCast hosted by Mr Pranai Buddhdev, paediatric orthopaedic surgeon from London, UK. In this episode he sits with Dr Unni Narayanan from the infamous Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto, Canada. Dr Narayanan is an associate professor at the University of Toronto, Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Senior Scientist at The Bloorview Research institute as well as fellowship director of the Sick Kids Orthopaedic Programme.
Dr. Narayanan’s clinical practice has a major focus on the care of children with CP in addition to an interest in the management of congenital, and acquired lower limb deformities and length discrepancies and paediatric trauma.. His research program has focused on understanding patient priorities and their role in clinical decision making, and for the development and validation of meaningful outcome measures, and applying these in clinical trials to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and health technologies for pediatric musculoskeletal disorders particularly CP.
Heralding from India and training in India, UK and USA and Canada, tune in to learn how his career has developed and allowed him to become a thought leader and pioneer in the development of outcomes research and learn about the fellowship programme at Sick Kids Toronto and its application process, and how to apply. Useful links as below...
Learn more about the Sick Kids Paediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship: http://www.sickkids.ca/OrthopaedicSurgery/education-and-training/Fellowship-Program/index.html
Learn more about Dr Unni Narayanan: http://www.sickkids.ca/AboutSickKids/Directory/People/N/Unni-Narayanan.html
Learn more about CPCHILD: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1469-8749.2006.tb01227.x
Learn more about GOAL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/dmcn.13722
Learn more about CHOP Study: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01987882
In this episode, Pranai Buddhdev (Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon and #ThePaedipodsCast Host) sits down with Mr Dan Perry, Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon from Alder Hey Childrens Hospital, Liverpool, UK. We explore training, fellowships, research and the trials and tribulations of setting up major UK Trials including the BOSS Study.
Follow Dan Perry on Twitter: @MrDanPerry
Learn more about the BOSS Study at: http://www.boss.surgery
Learn more about the SCIENCE Study at: https://science.octru.ox.ac.uk
Learn more about the FORCE Study at: https://force.octru.ox.ac.uk
Lean more about the CRAFFT Study at: https://www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/clinical-trials/current-trials-and-studies/crafft
Learn more about PERUKI: https://www.peruki.org
In this pilot episode, Pranai Buddhdev (Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon & Paedipods Founder) interviews Professor Deborah Eastwood from Great Ormond Street Hospital, London & Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. Together they discuss her illustrious career, what drove her to surgery and paediatric orthopaedics and explore her ongoing contributions to international education, research and leadership at the highest level.
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