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The UCL Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Science (IOMS) has conducted a series of interviews with leading orthopaedic surgeons around the world. Drawing together experts with a variety of orthopaedic specialisations we're looking to ultimately create a UCL equivalent of the indispensable Miller Tapes.

The interviews have been funded by a UCL E-learning Development Grant (ELDG) and conducted for IOMS by, amongst others, Geoff Marsh, Peter Smitham and Alexandra Hazelrigg. They are sorted by topic, below. You can play them directly from this page by clicking the 'play' buttons inside blue circles beneath each surgeon's name, or click through to individual pages to read more, listen and comment.

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These podcasts are hosted by UCL Surgical Science's Soundcloud account and Soundcloud apps are available to download for free for both Android and iphone/ipad:

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Salto Talaris ankle replacement
Dr Brian Donley

Dr Brian Donley speaks about his innovative Salto Talaris ankle replacement technique.

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Brachial plexus injury
Professor Rolfe Birch

Professor Rolfe Birch discusses brachial plexus injuries with us.

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Hand surgery
Professor Joseph Dias

Professor Joseph Dias on surgery of the hand.

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Rotator cuff pathology 
Mr Simon Lambert

Mr Simon Lambert shares his knowledge of shoulder injuries.

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Tumours in orthopaedics
Professor Tim Briggs

Professor Tim Briggs talks to us about tumours in orthopaedics.

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Metal on metal implants
Professor Alister Hart

We interview Mr Alister Hart about his research into metal on metal implants.

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Fracture healing
Professor David Marsh

Professor David Marsh discusses his career, focusing on his work on fracture healing.

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Trauma Tsar
Professor Keith Willett

Professor Keith Willett, National Clinical Director for Trauma.

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Get involved!

If you are interested in carrying out an interview with someone to include in this series, please let us know at the email address below. We've put together some guidelines on creating a successful podcast (pdf, 986kb) and can supply recording equipment if you require it.

To find out more, submit a proposal, or report any issues please contact Peter Smitham: p.smitham@ucl.ac.uk.

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