ABOUT

History

The British Hip Society

The British Hip Society was conceived during the 1989 Autumn meeting of the BOA when Hugh Phillips suggested the idea to Michael Freeman and Robin Ling. They were both enthusiastic and the first meeting took place at the Royal Society of Medicine during the following November.

PeRSONNEL

2020 – 2021       Jonathan Howell (Exeter)

2019 – 2020       Stephen Jones (Cardiff)

2018 – 2019       Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham)

2017 – 2018       Peter Howard (Derby)

2016 – 2017       Fares Haddad (London)

2015 – 2016       John Nolan (Norwich)

2014 – 2015       John Skinner (London)

2013 – 2014       John Timperley (Exeter)

2012 – 2013       Gordon Bannister (Bristol)

2011 – 2012       John Hodgkinson (Wrightington)

2010 – 2011       Graham Gie (Exeter)

2009 – 2010       Ian Stockley (Sheffield)

2008 – 2009       Peter Kay (Wrightington)

2007 – 2008       Keith Tucker (Norwich)

2006 – 2007       Colin Howie (Edinburgh)

2005 – 2006       Charles Wynn Jones (Stoke)

2004 – 2005       Martyn Porter (Wrightington)

2002 – 2004       Prof. James Nixon (Belfast)

2000 – 2002       Prof. David Hamblen (Glasgow)

1998 – 2000       Hugh Phillips (Norwich)

1996 – 1998       Prof. Michael Wroblewski (Wrightington)

1994 – 1996       Reg Elson (Sheffield)

1991 – 1994       Prof. Robin Ling (Exeter)

1989 – 1991       Michael Freeman (London)

2020 – 2021      Andrew Hamer (Sheffield)

2019 – 2020      Jonathan Howell (Exeter)

2018 – 2019      Stephen Jones (Cardiff)

2017 – 2018      Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham)

2016 – 2017      Peter Howard (Derby)

2015 – 2016      Fares Haddad (London)

2014 – 2015      John Nolan (Norwich)

2013 – 2014      John Skinner (London)

2012 – 2013      John Timperley (Exeter)

2011 – 2012      Gordon Bannister (Bristol)

2010 – 2011      John Hodgkinson (Wrightington)

2009 – 2010      Graham Gie (Exeter)

2008 – 2009      Ian Stockley (Sheffield)

2007 – 2008      Peter Kay (Wrightington)

2006 – 2007      Keith Tucker (Norwich)

2005 – 2006      Colin Howie (Edinburgh)

2004 – 2005      Charles Wynn Jones (Stoke)

Until 2004 Vice presidents held office for two years before taking on the office of president. The first Vice President was Robin Ling (Exeter). Afterwards each of the Presidents noted above had served one year as Vice-President.

From 2004 Presidents of the British Hip society will hold office for one year having been Vice-President (one year) and President-Elect (one year). Following their presidential year they continue to serve on the executive for one further year, as Immediate Past President.

2020 – 2021       Vikas Khanduja (Cambridge)

2019 – 2020       Andrew Hamer (Sheffield)

2018 – 2019       Jonathan Howell (Exeter)

2017 – 2018       Stephen Jones (Cardiff)

2016 – 2017       Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham)

2015 – 2016       Peter Howard (Derby)

2014 – 2015       Fares Haddad (London)

2013 – 2014       John Nolan (Norwich)

2012 – 2013       John Skinner (London)

2011 – 2012       John Timperley (Exeter)

2010 – 2011       Gordon Bannister (Bristol)

2009 – 2010       John Hodgkinson (Wrightington)

2008 – 2009       Graham Gie (Exeter)

2007 – 2008       Ian Stockley (Sheffield)

2006 – 2007       Peter Kay (Wrightington)

2005 – 2006       Keith Tucker (Norwich)

2004 – 2005       Colin Howie (Edinburgh)

2003 – 2004       Martyn Porter (Wrightington)

2020 – 2021      Stephen Jones (Cardiff)

2019 – 2020      Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham)

2018 – 2019      Peter Howard (Derby)

2017 – 2018      Fares Haddad (London)

2016 – 2017      John Nolan (Norwich)

2015 – 2016      John Skinner (London)

2014 – 2015      John Timperley (Exeter)

2013 – 2014      Gordon Bannister (Bristol)

2012 – 2013      John Hodgkinson (Wrightington)

2011 – 2012      Graham Gie (Exeter)

2010 – 2011      Ian Stockley (Sheffield)

2009 – 2010      Peter Kay (Wrightington)

2008 – 2009      Keith Tucker (Norwich)

2007 – 2008      Colin Howie (Edinburgh)

2006 – 2007      Charles Wynn Jones (Stoke)

2005 – 2006      Martyn Porter (Wrightington)

2004 – 2005      Prof. James Nixon (Belfast)

2019 – 2021      Tim Board (Wrightington)

2017 – 2019      Ben Bolland (Taunton) 

2015 – 2017      Dominic Meek (Glasgow)

2013 – 2015      Alex Acornley (Keighley)

2011 – 2013      Jonathan Howell (Exeter)

2009 – 2011      Andrew Hamer (Sheffield)

2007 – 2009      John Skinner (RNOH, Middlesex)

2005 – 2007      David Sochart (Manchester)

2003 – 2005      John Hodgkinson (Manchester)

2001 – 2003      Martin Grover (Portsmouth)

1999 – 2001      Martin Stone (Leeds)

 

2018 to 2021  –  Nicholas Wardle (Colchester)

2011 to 2018  –  Richard Field (Epsom)

2005 to 2011  –  Fares Haddad (London)

 
In 2005 it was decided that we needed a member to run the web-site and become a member of the executive.
 
The web-site was introduced in 1999 as part of the BOA web-site and has become a useful tool in our communication with members.
 
Peter Kay (Wrightington) set it up and managed it until late 2004.

 

 
2018 to date      Anil Gambhir  (Wrightington)
 
2017 – 2018       Jonathan Howell (Exeter)
 
2016 – 2017       Robert Middleton (Bournemouth)
 
2013 – 2016       Jonathan Howell (Exeter)
 
2007 – 2013      John Nolan (Norwich)
 
2001 – 2007       Ian Stockley (Sheffield)
 
1989 – 2001       Professor RAB Mollan (Belfast)

2019 to date         Matthew Wilson (Exeter)

2017 – 2019           Andrew Hamer (Sheffield)

2014 – 2017           Stephen Jones (Cardiff)

2011 – 2014            Fares Haddad (London)

2009 – 2011           John Timperley (Exeter)

2005 – 2009          John Hodgkinson (Manchester)

1998 – 2005           Keith Tucker (Norwich)

1994 – 1998            Derek McMinn (Birmingham)

1989 – 1994            Hugh Phillips (Norwich)

2018 to date      Dominic Meek

2017 – 2018       Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham) and Steve Jones (Cardiff)
 
2016 – 2017         Jonathan Howell (Exeter)
 
2013 – 2016          Andrew Manktelow (Nottingham)
 
2009 – 2013         John Skinner (London)
 
2004 – 2009         Peter Howard (Derby)
 
1998 – 2004         Peter Kay (Wrightington)

2020 to date      Ajay Malviya (Northumbria)

2017 – 2020       Vikas Khanduja (Cambridge)        

2012 – 2017        Marcus Bankes (London)

 

In 2019 two new posts were created for BHS members to represent the Society on the committees of the NJR. Each post is of duration of three years. The following were appointed to these roles:

BHS Representative on the NJR Editorial Committee:  Simon Jameson 2019 – To Date

BHS Representative on the NJR RCC Committee:  Tim Petheram 2019 – To Date

 

We have been fortunate in having the services of Barbara Sedgeley, Hazel Choules, Leslie O’Leary, Clare Wilson and presently, Natasha Wainwright to look after the society’s membership and co-ordinate our activities at the BOA.

The BHS has arranged Instructional Sessions at the BOA annual meetings for several years.

 

COMMITEE

Established in 2018 after a number of requests for advice received by the BHS Executive committee from BHS members. The formation of the Committee was ratified at the AGM in 2020 – LEARN MORE

Set up in 2019 after a motion proposed by Tim Board in 2018 that the BHS increases its engagement in collaborative research. The formation of the committee was ratified at the AGM in 2020  –  LEARN MORE

The formation of the Education Committee was discussed by the BHS Executive Committee in 2019 and existing committee members were initially co-opted. The formation of the committee was ratified at the AGM in 2020  –  LEARN MORE

The formation of a BHS Culture Working Group was discussed and agreed at the BHS Executive Away Day 2020. Proposal to replace Working Group with an elected Committee to be discussed at BHS AGM 2021  –  LEARN MORE

TRAVELLING FELLOWS

2020  –  Sunil Kumar (Cambridge), Shakir Hussain (Birmingham), Mr Nitin Unnikrishnan (Wirral)

2015  –  Simon Jamieson (Middlesborough), Sujith Konan (London)

2013  –  Primod Achan (London), Sanjiv Patil (Glasgow)

2011  –  Tim Board (Wrightington), Vikas Khanduja (Cambridge)

2009  –  Primod Achan (London), Sanjiv Patil (Glasgoe)

2007  –  Mukesh Hemmady (Norwich), James Wimhusrt (Norwich)

2005  –  Dominic Meek (Edinburgh), Anil Gambhir (Wrightington)

2003  –  Fares Haddad (London), David Sochart (Manchester)

2020  –  Not Appointed

2019  –  Dr Brian Fuller (Texas) travelled with Dr Wim Rijnen (Nijmegen) nominated by EHS

2018  –  Not Appointed

2016  –  Dr Joseph Schwab (Wisconsin) / Dr Michael Blankstein, (Vermont)

2014  –  Dr James A Brown MD. (Virginia), Dr Joshua T. Carothers, MD (New Mexico)

2012  –  Dr Ryan M Nunley MD (Washington), Dr Sharat K Kusuma, MD, MBA(Columbus)

2010  –  Dr.James L. Howard M.D.(Canada) , Dr.Hany S.Bedair M.D. (Boston)

2008  –  Dr.Michael Dayton M.D. (Denver, Colorado), Dr.Jim Huddleston M.D. (Stanford, California)

2006  –  Dr.Amar Ranawat M.D., Dr.Mike Archibeck M.D.

2004    Dr.Keith Berend M.D.(Ohio), Dr.William Macauley MD (New York)




2020  –  Not Appointed
 
2019  –  Mr Peter Cnudde (Carmarthen)
  
2018  –  Mr Christopher Gooding (Cambridge)
 
2017  –  Mr Sujith Konan (London)
 
2016  –  Mr Matthew Wilson (Exeter)
 
2015  –  Mr Jason Webb (Bristol)
 
2014  –  Mr Nikhil Shah (Wrightington)
 
2013  –  Mr Henry Wynn-Jones (Wrightington)

In 2006 the British Hip Society introduced its European Travelling Fellowship programme. The Fellowship provides funding of up to £ 1500 towards the cost of travel and accommodation for SpRs, Hip Fellows or junior Consultants to spend a period of study, at a European Orthopaedic centre of their choice.

Past recipients of the BHS European Travelling Fellowship grant are

2012  –  Miss Kimberly Lammin (Leicester)
 
2011  –  Mr Nic Wardle (Colchester)/ Mr Danyal Nawabi (New York)
 
2010  –  Mr Jason Webb (Bristol)
 
2008  –  Mr Peter Bobak (Bradford), Mr Mehool Acharya (Bristol)
 
2007  –  Mr Gurdeep Biring (Buckinghamshire), Mr Timothy Board (Wrightington)
 
2006  –  Mr Matt Moran (Edinburgh), Mr Paul Gaston (Edinburgh)

Bone Allograft group Originally set up by Michael Freeman, Ian Sockley (Sheffield), Richard Power (Leicester), John Nolan (Norwich)
ODEP (Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel) Set up by NICE and PASA in 2001. Keith Tucker (Norwich, Chairman).In 2006 Mr. Peter Kay, (representing NHS management) took over from Mr. Barrie Parker (Kingston)BHS Representative Mr. Evert Smith (Bristol) 2005-2008
National Joint Registry

“Primary Total Hip Replacement: A Guide to Best Practice” Originally produced under the chairmanship of Hugh Phillips (Norwich) in 1999. Revised under the chairmanship of Prof. James Nixon (Belfast) 2005.

“Primary Total Hip Replacement: A Guide to Best Practice” Originally produced under the chairmanship of Hugh Phillips (Norwich) in 1999. Revised under the chairmanship of Prof. Gorgon Bannister (Bristol) 2012.

British Hip Society Guidelines for Prioritisation in Hip Surgery 2020

The BHS contributed to:
Joint replacement (primary): hip, knee and shoulder. NICE guideline. Published: 4 June 2020  www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng157

 

BHS Surgical Prioritisation