BHS Launch Podcast Series

The British Hip Society are delighted to launch a new monthly podcast series, titled Surgical Legacies. The first episode is presented by our former president Jonathan Howell and together with guests, he discusses the legacy of Exeter and its contribution to hip surgery, a story that begins at the end of the First World War. […]

NIHR funded MSc by Research in Equality Diversity and Inclusivity

Addressing the question: “What is the effect of workplace equality, diversity and inclusivity initiatives in improving employee’s wellbeing?“ Would you like to undertake a Masters by Research?   An exciting opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and attributes to enable you to thrive as an independent clinical research professional. You will be embedded within the National Institute […]

Midweek Special – Primary THR – Early Complications

The Education Committee of the BHS is delighted to announce the third instalment of a new series of virtual events on Wednesday 14th July.  Each event will have one moderator and feature three members of faculty presenting case studies on a specific theme. The aim is to present nuances in decision making and discuss management with an […]

British Hip Society/ORUK Research Fellowship 2022

The British Hip Society (BHS) and Orthopaedic Research UK (ORUK) are offering a full-time, 2 year research fellowship to commence in February 2022. The purpose of the research must be to produce evidence to support the evolution of networks in revision hip arthroplasty. Please see the job specification for more details. The successful candidate will […]

Abstract Submission is NOW OPEN

Abstract Submission is NOW OPEN (14th September) and will close on 31st December 2020. Please click this LINK to use Oxford Abstracts to submit your work (both Oral and Poster presentations), this requires you to sign up to Oxford Abstracts – if you already have an account you should still be able to use that account […]

Letter on knee revision surgery in England

The BOA, BHS and BASK, wish to inform our members about developments in the way that complex joint replacement surgery will be provided in England. This is a pilot project that will initially affect revision knee replacements but will potentially apply to revision hip replacement next and then other subspecialties in future.The BOA, BHS and […]

Statement for patients about hip and knee replacement implants

The British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), British Hip Society (BHS) and British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) have released a joint statement regarding the recent Daily Mail coverage about implants used for hip and knee replacement surgery. Read the full statement HERE