Biomechanical Evaluation of Reality-Based Navigation in Total Hip Replacement, Queen’s University Belfast.

Key skills required for the post:
• A minimum degree of 2:1 (or equivalent) in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, or another relevant discipline.
• This challenging and interesting project requires computational, scientific, and interdisciplinary communication skills. Applicants should have a keen interest to develop skills in medical image analysis, 3D modelling, and numerical modelling applied to biomechanics. 

Further details at:

Check out the Fracture NI website for the Belfast Health and Social Care Fracture Department based at the Royal Victoria Hospital. The website is full of useful information and resources to help patients with broken bones. 

  Hope everyone has a lovely bank holiday weekend. 😊  Please don’t forget the importance of social distancing to slow the spread of coronavirus. #StayHomeSaveLives

The BART supporters are a talented bunch. Mary, a past joint replacement patient from Musgrave Park Hospital, has written this poem for our NHS heroes and we wanted to share it with you.

A the coronavirus pandemic continues, we are sad to announce there will be no BART Walk in June this year for the first time in our charity’s history. It was always our favourite event of the year and a great opportunity for staff to catch up with our supporters.  Charity Director, Prof David Beverland said "We hope the public will understand our position and continue to support us in the amazing way they always have to ensure we can continue our commitment to improving the care given to patients through our research.’’

🤞🏻 it will be back in 2021! 

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