Accepted Posters

Instructions for Poster Authors

Thursday 16 September

07.30 Registration
08.45 Opening Ceremony and Chair’s Opening Remarks
09.15 Keynote  Presentation (K1)
Charting a course for global collaboration:  Reflect, Celebrate, and Imagine
A Meehan, Akron General Medical Centre, Ohio, USA
09.45 Plenary Presentation (PP1)
The ongoing sharing of the Scotland-Malawi Experience.
Beverley Wellington, Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland, G. Sibande, CURE Hospital, Malawi
10.15 Coffee and Exhibition Viewing
  Main Hall Room 8 Room 9 Room 10

Session A
Arthroplasty Education and Information

Session B
International Perspectives on Hip Fracture Care

Session C
Personal Development

Session D Osteoporosis and Falls

10.45 O1 - Hip arthroplasty: past present and future: Patient education a critical link
R J Stachniw, Stachniw Orthopedic Services Inc., Galesburg, Illinois, USA
O5 - The relationship between time to surgery and health status for elderly patients with a hip fracture
C Reid, G Gardner, C Rooney, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH), Queensland, Australia
O9 - Trauma and orthopaedic nursing competencies revisited: A UK perspective
M Drozd, University of Wolverhampton & Dudley Group of Hospitals, West Midlands, UK
O11 - Taking control after fall-induced hip fracture – a grounded theory study
L McMillan, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, UK, J Booth, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, K Currie, University of the West of Scotland, UK, T Howe, HealthQWest, UK 
11.15 O2 - Refining essential information of a joint replacement pre-operative education program
Kin Lam, P Y Ma, J T Chan, T W K Fong, M W Fu, W L Hui, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
O6 - Mobility outcomes for older adult patients following hip fracture: a collaborative research study of nursing interventions
S Murphy, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Cork, Ireland, C Conway, B  O’Leary,
Cork University Hospital, Ireland, M P O’Sullivan, St Mary's Orthopedic Hospital, Ireland
O10 - Interpersonal effectiveness – a quality of competency based leadership
Tandy Gabbert, North Kansas City Hospital, North Kansas City, Missouri, USA
O12 - Putting clinical evidence into practice is easy so what is the problem?
C M Kimber, Flinders Medical  Centre,  Australia
11.45 O3 - How should we prepare patients for hip and knee replacement surgery?
B Lucas, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust, UK
O7 - A phenomenology-based content analysis of the experiences of older hip fracture patients and their next of kin on dignity in an acute hospital
 J Koskenniemi, R Suhonen, Turku University,  Finland
Workshop (W1)
Coaching for success – what’s in it for us?
Reggie Aquilina, Mater Dei Hospital, Malta
O13 - Community-wide fall prevention program: a 10 year review
E C Y AU, AADO,  Hong Kong
12.15 O4 - An exploration of patients’ satisfaction with pre-operative information following joint replacement
M Craig, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland, R Masterson, Cappagh National Orthopedic Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
O8 - A national nursing audit on hip fractures in Denmark
K Specht, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Vejle Hospital, Denmark, K Rud, Unit of Perioperative Nursing, Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet Denmark, I Egerod, The University Hospitals Centre for Nursing and Care Research, USCF, Denmark, H Kehlet, Section of Surgical Pathophysiology, Rigshospitalet Denmark
O14 - Community collaboration towards bone health and fall prevention
HW Wong, C Y Chun, ECY Au, YS Tsang & YY Wong, Asian Association for Dynamic Osteosynthesis,  Hong Kong
12.45 Lunch and Exhibition Viewing
13.45 Plenary Presentation (PP2)
Protection against venous thromboembolism in patients undergoing total hip, total knee and hip fracture surgery
R Autar, De Montfort University, UK
14.15 Plenary Presentation (PP3)
Developing a research agenda in orthopaedic and trauma nursing
E Tutton, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK,  B Gray,  Kadoorie Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, UK
14.45 Plenary Presentation (PP4)
Combat casualty care: Lessons learned in Iraq
J Blansfield, Boston Medical Centre, Boston, USA
15.15 Afternoon Tea and Exhibition Viewing

Session E
Arthroplasty Alternatives

Session F
Perspectives on Arthroplasty  Recovery

Session G Orthopaedic Roles

Session H Specialist Services

15.45 O15 - New tendencies for young patients. The alternatives, the solutions and the advantages in hip replacement at HMR
D L Lusignan, J B Barry, S M Marquis, Hôpital Maisonneuve Rosemont,  Canada

S1 - Rapid recovery programme for hip and knee arthroplasty patients in a district general hospital
K Baird, Crosshouse Hospital, Kilmarnock, UKRapid arthroplasty mobilisation protocol
S P Stewart, University of Ballarat, Australia

S2 - Rapid arthroplasty mobilisation protocol
S P Stewart, University of Ballarat, Australia

S3 - Nursing contributions to mobilising older adults following total hip replacement in Ireland M P O’Sullivan, St. Mary's Orthopedic Hospital, Cork, Ireland, E Savage, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Brookfield Health Sciences, University College Cork. Ireland

S4 - Changes in quality of life of patients after primary knee/hip replacement
K Sarnet, S R Leoma, H Tern, North Estonia Medical Centre, Estonia, I Liimand, Tartu University Hospital, Estonia

S5 - Community hip team – orthopaedics does not stop at the hospital door
N D Smith, J Lubbock, Lewisham Primary Care Trust,  United Kingdom

O17 - Physical therapist consultation in the emergency department for patients with muscle-skeletal disorders
M T Lebec, L Kesterloot, Northern Arizona University,  USA
O20 - 6-year activity review of Scottish National Brachial Plexus Injury Service and the developing role of the clinical nurse specialist
B Wellington, Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland
16.15 O16 - A randomised trial comparing clinical outcome of hip resurfacing and 28mm head metal on metal total hip arthroplasty
D L Lusignan, P A V Vendittoli, M L Lavigne, Hôpital Maisonneuve Rosemont,  Canada
O18 - Development of an orthopaedic nurse practitioner program
M Patterson, C Walsh, University of Massachusetts, USA
O21 - Nurse-led follow-up clinics for sarcoma patients
H Stradling, Nuffield Orthopedic Centre, UK
16.45 O17 - Implementation of a pre-admission education program for total shoulder arthroplasty patients
M Loft, S Dukes, J Syrovy, S Kidnie, St. Joseph's Health Care London,  Canada
O19 - Singapore’s orthopaedic advanced practice nurse: a hybrid role
B N M Shanmugam, N Y G Lim, Singapore General Hospital,  Singapore  
O22 - Educational needs of patients with rheumatoid arthritis
A Cruz, A João, M Campos, P Machado, A Malcata, Nursing School of Coimbra,  Portugal
19.30 Conference Dinner

Friday 17 September

08.45 Chair’s Opening Remarks
09.00 Keynote Presentation (K2)
Excellence in Practice: Advancing the dignity in care agenda within orthopaedic and trauma nursing
Rob McSherry, University of Teeside, UKWilf McSherry, Staffordshire University, UK
09.30 Plenary Presentation (PP5)
Proactive patient rounding: developing nursing practice to improve the quality of patient care
B Lucas, A Burton, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust, UK
10.00 Plenary Presentation (PP6)
The boomers are coming: the boomers are coming: nursing implications of a greying population
A J Meehan, Akron General Medical Center, USA
10.30 Coffee and Exhibition Viewing
  Main Hall Room 8 Room 9 Room 10

Session I
Children’s Orthopaedics 

Session J
Sharing Talent

Session K Orthopaedic Perspectives

Session L
Best Practice in Hip Fracture Care

11.00 O23 - Paediatric orthopaedics: an innovative approach to education
J Judd, E Wright, Southampton University,  UK
O27 - “Orthopaedic nurses got International Talent” A virtual international e-mentoring programme to nurture orthopaedic nurse leaders
E Collins, RCN Society of Orthopedic Nursing, UK, J Santy-Tomlinson, University of Hull, UK, A Meehan, National Association of Orthopedic Nurses, USA, B Greenwood, Canadian Orthopedic Nurses Association, Canada, R Aquilina, Maltese Orthopedic Nurses Association, Malta
O29 - Clinical retrospective study on early complications associated with anterior approach thoracic and lumbar spine surgery of tuberculosis
L Dengbin, N Ning, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China
O31 - Best practice tariff and orthogeriatrics – the trauma nurse co-ordinators role
S E Budd, Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
11.30 O24 - Updates on surgery for children with early onset scoliosis: diagnosis, prognosis and surgical treatment options
R W Kleposki, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia,  USA
O28 - The fusion of a clinical and academic career in trauma, orthopaedics and emergency care nursing
 M Drozd, J Bethel, University of Wolverhampton, UK
O30 - Femoro- acetabular impingement and labral tears in athletes
P S Bortz, M J Philippon, The Steadman Clinic,  USA
O32 - ‘Making a difference’ - A clinical pathway for proximal hip fractures and developing the nurse practitioner’s role in managing patients with minimal trauma fractures S M Pickles, Sir Charles Charles Gairdner Hospital Perth,  Australia  
12.00 O25 - The current concepts and treatment of benign and malignant bone tumours in children: presentation diagnosis and treatment
R W Kleposki, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA
Workshop (W2)
Writing for publication – a practical six-step approach
J J Driscoll², R Aquilina¹, J Santy², ¹Association of Maltese Orthopedic Nurses, Mater Dei Hospital, Malta²University of Hull, UK
Workshop (W3)
Forward to evidence -based pin site care research methodology
A W-Dahl, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, J Santy, The University of Hull, UK, M Vincent, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK
O33 - Fraser Health Integrated Care Program for patients who experience hip fracture
V MacDonald, D Malli, Fraser Health Authority,  Canada  
12.30 026 - Sports and overuse injuries in paediatric and adolescent athletes
R W Kleposki, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA
O34 - Non-operative management of hip fracture
Y Y Wong, K S Leung, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology,  Hong Kong
13.00 Lunch and Exhibition Viewing

Session M
Wound Management

Session N
Practice Development

Session O Perspectives on Pain

Session P
Hip Fracture

14.00 O35 - Negative-pressure wound therapy in orthopaedics
H Pugh, A Timms, Barts and The London NHS Trust, UK
O38 - Developing clinical practice at ward or unit level: an example from a UK orthopaedic unit
B Lucas, N Johnson, A Burton, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust, UK
O41 - Post discharge pain follow-up in elective primary total knee/total hip arthroplasty patients following discharge to home at postoperative day 5 or earlier
Y Ramlall, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre/Holland Centre, Canada
O44 - Collaborating to care – the ‘Hip’ way of working
A Broome, Royal United Hospital, UK, J Grech, M Schembri, Mater Dei Hospital, Malta
14.30 O36 - Point-of-care tetanus immunoassay
T Scott,  James Cook University Hospital, UK
O39 - Ortho-kinetics – changing roles in orthopaedic nursing
M M Murray, Independent Nurse, UK
O42 - Assessment of acute pain in older adults with hip fracture: current nursing practice
Y Y Wong, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
O45 - That National Hip Fracture Database – Past, Present and Future
A V Williams, National Hip Fracture Database, UK
15.00 O37 - Exploring the lived experiences of individuals who have developed skin blistering after total knee replacement: a phenomenological approach
LA Tanner, Dudley Group of Hospitals Foundation Trust, UK
WITHDRAWN O43 - Pain scores on removal of ilizarov frames in clinic
M  Vincent, E Wayper, Northern General Hospital, UK
O46 - The ‘Weighting Game’ – traction troubles
M Dumoulin, J Mace, Ottawa Hospital, Canada
15.30 Afternoon Tea and Exhibition Viewing
16.00 Plenary Presentation (PP7)
Personal mastery – a leadership skill
Karen Faler, Provena Covenant Medical Center, USA
16.30 Plenary Presentation (PP8)
Global orthopaedic and trauma nursing – scholarship the way to celebrate the present and build the future
P S Davis, University of Nottingham, UK
17.00 Closing and Awards Ceremony