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CLEAR Course Aukland 2017

At the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS) Critical Literature Evaluation & Research (CLEAR) course in Auckland with my group. We just won the quiz!

Meeting Field Orthopaedics

It was good to catch up with Chris Jeffrey, CEO Field Orthopaedics, this morning for breakfast. It was great to have someone like Chris as enthusiastic as I am about our idea for a new shoulder surgical procedure @field_orthopaedics

Royal North Shore Shoulder Symposium

I am excited to be invited as faculty to the 2018 Royal North Shore Shoulder Symposium to be held in Sydney in February 2018. It is a really interesting programme covering shoulder surgery issues. I will be talking on the complications of latarjet surgery and how to avoid them

ACASEA, Mumbai. Preventing Infection in Shoulder Arthroplasty

ACASEA 2017 Mumbai. (Academic Congress of Asian Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons) 450 Orthopaedic Surgeons, 27 National Guest Speakers and 26 International Guest speakers from 16 countries of which I was privileged to be part of. It was great to catch up with my friends & colleagues Greg Hoy, Melbourne; Mark Haber, Sydney & Craig Ball,…

ACASEA, Mumbai Glenoid Exposure for Shoulder Replacement Surgery

This morning at an early breakfast session at ACASEA 2017 Mumbai, I spoke about techniques that could be used to obtain surgical exposure in difficult shoulder replacement cases. It was nice to be able to share with my orthopaedic colleagues some of the experience I had gained from visiting other shoulder surgeons with significant experience…

COMA 2017 Orthopaedic Anaesthetic Conference

I spoke at the Combined Orthopaedic Anaesthetic Conference (COMA 2017) in Terigal, NSW last week. The topic my friend and colleague Ed Bateman asked me to speak on was “When Blocks Go Bad” which refers to anaesthetic blocks performed to ameliorate pain for patients following a surgical procedure. It was a interesting topic to prepare…

COMA 2017 Surgical Options For Severe Nerve Injuries

I spoke at COMA 2017 (Combined Anaesthetic & Orthopaedic Meeting) in Terrigal NSW today about how to handle complications of Anaesthetic blocks. Fortunately they are exceedingly rare! It was nice to be able to share that when they do occur there are effective nerve transfer surgical techniques that have been developed to deal with many…

Surgical Specialties Examination Committee RACS

I spent three days last week in Melbourne with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Surgical Specialties Examination Committee (SSE & CE) learning how to write questions for the College’s first part surgical examination.  As a new member of the committee I was impressed by the dedication and attention to detail that is involved in preparing the first…

Finishing talks for next weekend

It’s a great Saturday morning to be down at my favourite cafe to get into finishing my talks for COMA 2017, Sydney and ACASEA 2017, Mumbai.  They are both coming up fast for me next weekend. Getting great positive energy from my two besties Ella and Beckett. LinkedIn

Noel Peter, Shoulder Consultant Oxford

Noel Peter is leaving Brisbane for a post in Oxford after completing a shoulder fellowship with me in Australia.  He is joining the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.  Di, my wonderful GP surgical assistant and wife of one of my best friends, and I both like the going away present we have chosen for him, a…

Dr Cutbush back to work

Great to be back in the office Tuesday morning consulting after several weeks away visiting shoulder surgeons overseas. Dr Cutbush in his office

Faculty, Zimmer Advanced Shoulder Symposium, February 2018

Thank you to Zimmer for inviting me to attend their advanced shoulder symposium as faculty in Sydney, February 2018.  I am really looking forward to attending this meeting.  They have put together a highly experienced national faculty along with two extremely experienced and knowledgeable international shoulder surgeons: Prof John Sperling and Prof Quinn Throckmorton who I have been fortunate…