Last month ORI was featured in Assistive Technologies Magazine which is key reference for healthcare professionals, experts and associated businesses who have interests in rehabilitation and assistive technologies. It covers the disciplines of rehabilitation, orthotics, prosthetics and orthopaedics as well as further treatment through associated specialists in fields such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy and mobility engineering. The… Read more »
Welcome to Orthopaedic Research Institute
The Orthopaedic Research Institute (ORI) works across the university and with hospitals, industry partners and academia to produce high quality research and educational outputs that have a proven impact for patients, clinicians and society.
ORI is featured in the January 2016 edition of Dorset Magazine. The article focuses on the success of CHAIN programme.
Congratulations to ORI collaborator, Dr James Gavin who, working with Tom Wainwright at the Orthopaedic Research Institute, has had three papers accepted by the 20th European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine which takes place in Estoril, Portugal on 23rd to 28th April 2016. The papers build on Tom’s research into the geko device and examine… Read more »
ORI Deputy Head, Tom Wainwright is very pleased to have a paper accepted by the highly prestigious OARSI (Osteoarthritis Research Society International) 2016 World Congress on Osteoarthritis, being held from March 31st to April 3rd, 2016, in Amsterdam. OARSI is the leading international organisation for scientists and health care professionals focused on the prevention and… Read more »
Congratulations to Tom Wainwright, Deputy Head at the Orthopaedic Research Institute for getting his paper “Evaluating the effect of the English Enhanced Recovery Partnership Programme: A national analysis of length of stay from 2009-2015” accepted at the International Forum of Quality and Safety in Healthcare, to be held from 13-15th April 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden…. Read more »
Congratulations to Tom Wainwright who has been invited to speak at the 4th ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) World Congress to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from 27th to 30th April 2016. Tom joins an international faculty of world renowned speakers, at this prestigious conference covering a wide range of topics including clinical innovations and basic science. His… Read more »
Tom Wainwright’s paper written in collaboration with Tikki Immins and Rob Middleton, titled “Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) and its applicability for major spine surgery” was accepted for publication in March 2016 in Best Practice & Research: Clinical Anaesthesiology. Tom is an expert in Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) pathways and has published widely. He is… Read more »
“A Review of Virtual Reality Based Training Simulators for Orthopaedic Surgery” was accepted for publication in November 2015 by Medical Engineering & Physics. It was completed by Rob Middleton and Tom Wainwright in collaboration with Dr Neil Vaughan and Dr Venkitesh Dubey from the Faculty of Science of Technology, and follows successful presentations1 2 by the team on… Read more »
The article “More than just ticking a box … how patient and public involvement improved the research design and funding application for a project to evaluate a cycling intervention for hip osteoarthritis” has been published in Research Involvement and Engagement 2015, 1: 13. This paper was a collaboration between Bournemouth University Clinical Research Unit (BUCRU)… Read more »
Cycling against Hip PAIN (CHAIN) The CHAIN programme was a service delivered at Littledown and Pelham Park Leisure Centres in Bournemouth to promote the self-management of hip osteoarthritis. The aim of the programme was to reduce pain and encourage mobility through a six week programme of education and static cycling sessions, to equip participants with… Read more »