Improving outcomes in knee osteotomy
Improving outcomes in knee osteotomy

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European Endorsements: 22nd August, 2015 


UKKOR received official support from Philipp Lobenhoffer, chair of the AO foundation Joint Preservation and Osteotomy Expert Group


European Endorsements: 10th June, 2015


On 10th June 2015, UKKOR received official backing from Romain Seil, Vice President of ESSKA.

UKKOR staff appointments: 20th February, 2015


UKKOR have apointed Jennifer Gormanly as secretarial support for UKKOR. 

UKKOR staff appointments: 20th February, 2015


UKKOR have appointed Harry Palmer MSc as chief administration officer, where he will take an active role overseeing administration and data management.

The UKKOR editorial has been published: January, 2015

The UKKOR Editorial
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UKKOR team visited by German surgeons: 23rd November, 2014


Steffen Schröter and his team from Tübingen in Germany visited the UK to learn about UKKOR. The Germans are planning to set up a similar registry for their osteotomy patients, which may pave the way for a future European registry. 

UKKOR successfully launched: 6th November, 2014


UKKOR was successfully launched on the podium at the Basingstoke knee osteotomy masterclass to an audience of 100 delegates with an interest in knee osteotomy.

UKKOR behind the camera: 1st October, 2014


The registry Steering Group have been spending time infront of the camera recently filming the new UKKOR information videos. Covering information about the registry, research aims, functionality tips and advice for patients, the videos are set to be a great interactive learning tool.

UKKOR wins project prize: 13th September, 2014

David Elson, was awarded 'Best Transitional Fellowship Improvement Project Poster' at this year's British Orthopaedic Association Congress in Brighton.  David documented his journey through establishing the UK Knee Osteotomy Registry and discussed his aims for research and making the registry a success.   

UKKOR Publication Policy


All future publications drawing conclusions from UKKOR data will be authored by the 'UKKOR research collaboration'.  Surgeons who have contributed their patients and data will be listed in the authors section, in order of contribution.  Therefore all participating surgeons will be recognised with future PubMed citable manuscripts.

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