Inaugural MCh (Orth) Faculty member lecture
Mr Chye Yew Ng today (12/11/2015) gave his inaugural lectures to the Master of Orthopaedic Surgery (MCh Orth) course at the TORT Centre. Mr Ng is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Hand Microsurgery Specialist at the Wrightington Hospital in Wigan. Mr Ng spoke on:
- Overview of peripheral nerve injuries
- Clinical examination of brachial plexus
- Interesting case examples and discussion
Mr Ng graduated from the University of Edinburgh as the gold medalist and subsequently completed orthopaedic training in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He then spent the following two years pursuing advanced subspecialty training by completing an Upper Limb Fellowship in Wrightington Hospital and a Hand Fellowship in Manchester. He believes in continuing lifelong learning in order to provide the best possible care to his patients. He has travelled to multiple centres of excellence in Europe, North America and Asia to learn from the leading experts in hand and nerve surgery. His professional development has been recognised by the awards of Zimmer SCOT travelling fellowship, BOA travelling fellowship and FESSH travelling award.
Mr Ng also maintains a strong interest in research and education and regularly publishes academic articles in peer-reviewed journals and lectures at national and international scientific meetings. He is the convenor of the Wrightington hand diploma revision course and is the fellowship director of the prestigious Wrightington Upper Limb Fellowship programme.
Professor Rami Abboud, MCh (Orth) Course Director, stated: “I would like to thank Mr Ng for becoming a member of our continually growing Faculty of orthopaedic lecturers from around the world and to welcome him into our MCh ‘family’. Once again I would like to thank Mr Arpit Jariwala for inviting Mr Ng to the Department and for continuing to foster academic ties with Wrightington Hospital.”