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Improving outcomes in MSK: an interview with the National Clinical Directors

Tuesday 26 November, 5:15 – 7:30pm, Amnesty International UK offices, 25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA

Organised by the Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance, in partnership with NHS England’s National Clinical Director for MSK Disorders, Prof. Peter Kay.

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The ARMA lecture was preceeded by our MSK2013 seminar event, at the heart of which was the MSK Clinical Networks project presented by ARMA’s Ann Clare. In the evening, our fifth annual lecture this year looked at the importance of national leadership in driving improvements in care for people with musculoskeletal conditions.  As such, we were delighted to welcome three national clinical directors as guest speakers:

  1. Professor Peter Kay, National Clinical Director for Musculoskeletal Conditions
  2. Professor Charles Greenough, National Clinical Director for Spinal Disorders
  3. Professor Chris Moran, National Clinical Director for Trauma

Please see below for presentations.

chris-moran

Professor Dave Marsh (President, ARMA) thanked all for attending and introduced the speakers (mp3, 27 secs).
(Please click on the session titles to view the presentation slides)

 

  1. The Three MusculoskeleteersProf. Peter Kay, National Clinical Director for musculoskeletal conditions, NHS England. Audio presentation (mp3, 35mins)
  2. What does an NCD do? Professor Charles Greenough, National Clinical Director for Spinal Disorders. Audio presentation (mp3, 16mins)
  3. TraumaProfessor Chris Moran, National Clinical Director for Trauma Audio presentation (low fidelity mp3, 14mins)

The lecture was followed by a discussion opened to the floor and closing remarks from Professor Dave Marsh (President, ARMA).

Feedback

audience

“The ARMA lecture was a great opportunity to network and share experiences and learning with colleagues.”

“The presentations were also really thought provoking”

“It was useful to find out more about the National Clinical Directors’ vision for driving improvement in care for people with musculoskeletal conditions.”