COC Academic Presentation Winner

  • 2019 – James Gill –
  • 2018 – Mike Dunne – The LiLiPUT Test for Ligamentous Lisfranc Injury: A Cadaveric Study. Presenter
  • 2017 – Aparna Viswanath- THR vs Hemi for trauma
  • 2016 – Helen Chase – Is there a relationship between early unplanned return to theatre and three- year revision rates for elective hip and knee replacement surgery?
  • 2015 – Al Durst – Multimodal neuromonitoring is the gold standard in spinal deformity surgery: a single centre experience of 354 operations

Trainer of the Year

YearConsultantHospital
2019Mr Neil KangCambridge
2018Mr Anish SanghrajkaNNUH
2017Mr Mark BowditchIpswich
2016Mr Andrew McKeePeterborough
2015Mr Ravindra KamathPeterborough
2014Miss Clare MarxIpswich
2013Mr Phillip JohnstonCambridge
2012Mr Graham Tytherleigh-Strong & Mr Lee Van RensburgCambridge
2011Mr John Powell & Mr David SharpIpswich
2010Mr Ivan HudsonIpswich
2009Miss Sue DeakinWest Suffolk
2008Mr Phillip EdgeBedford
2007Mr Dennis EdwardsCambridge
2006No meetingNo meeting
2005Mr Matthew PorteousWest Suffolk
2004Mr Keith TuckerNorwich
2003Mr Murray MatthewsonCambridge
2002Mr Nigel ColemanQEH Kings Lynn

Trainee of the Year

  • 2019 – Rachael Fisher, ST5
  • 2018 – Elizabeth Tissing, ST7
  • 2017 – Arman Memarzadeh, ST6
  • 2016 – Michael Barrett, ST4

Trinity Prize – ‘Best in Class’

  • 2019 – Arman Memarzadeh
  • 2018 – Ross Coomber
  • 2017 – Ryan Wood
  • 2016 – Warwick Chan

Training Hospital of the year

  • 2019 – Colchester Hospital
  • 2018 – Luton & Dunstable
  • 2017- West Suffolk Hospital

The Bernard Meggitt Invitational Lecture

  • 2018
    • Prof Rene Verdonk from Belgium a world leader on the meniscus,
    • Dr Herb von Schroeder from Canada on the carpus
    • Professor Chris Lavy from Oxford on his experience setting up African surgical training
    • Prof Field from SWLEOC – Anterior Approach to the hip
  • 2017 – Mr Daniel Perry- The Beauty of BIG data
  • 2016 – Mr Mark Loeffler
  • 2015 – Professor Bonfield – Biomaterials Innovation for Orthopaedics