West Bengal Orthopaedic Association, 2020
Mr Arpit Jariwala, Director of University Department of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery (UDOTS), University of Dundee & Consultant Upper Limb & Trauma Surgeon, NHS Tayside, is an invited guest speaker at the 38th Annual Conference of West Bengal Orthopaedic Association (WBOACON 2020) which runs from 7-9 February 2020 at Mohar Kutir, Shantiniketan, India.
The WBOA is a large professional organisation with over 800 active members. It is a vibrant organisation which focuses on academics, research, and social networking. It has several district and local orthopaedic clubs engaged in various academic and social projects.
Mr Jariwala has been invited and given the honour of delivering the prestigious Professor A.K. Saha Memorial Oration on the 8th February 2020 CME day which is one of the highlights of the conference. His topic for the oration is ‘Can evidence actually change practice? My journey of evidence-based upper limb orthopaedic practice’
Mr Jariwala will also take part in the Pre-Conference Meeting of WBOACON 20202 at PEERLESS Hospital, Kolkata on 6th February 2020 and will share some interesting upper limb cases with the attendees and orthopaedic trainees.
Mr Arpit Jariwala, Director of UDOTS, stated:
“It’s a great privilege to be asked by the WBOACON organising committee to speak at this prestigious conference and I feel honoured to be invited to deliver the prestigious Professor A.K. Saha Oration. I’d be delighted to share how evidence has moulded and structured my upper limb practice over the last six years as a Consultant Upper Limb and Trauma Surgeon in Dundee, Scotland, which has allowed me to offer the best treatment for my patients and help them achieve their desired outcomes.
In addition, I'll share some of my most interesting cases at the Pre-Conference Meeting on 6th February at PEERLESS Hospital, which I’m sure will be of interest for the attendees and stimulate some discussion.
Also, I'm looking forward to meeting many of our MCh (Orth), Dundee Almuni from West Bengal and surrounding states as I missed catching up with them at IOACON 2019.
I’d like to thank the whole of the WBOACON Organising and Scientific committee including Dr K.K. Mukhopadhyay, Dr P.S. Sarkar, Dr R Raman and Dr S Samanta for this opportunity. I’d also like to thank Dr Amitav Mukherjee, an MCh (Orth) Dundee Alumni and good friend, without whose help this trip would not have been possible.”