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Welcome to the Oxford Trauma and Orthopaedics Trainees' Website

This is the home of the Oxford region Trauma and Orthopaedic Registrars. Our region is centred upon the historic University town of Oxford and extends from Reading in the South to Milton Keynes in the North, and from Swindon in the West to Windsor in the East.

Our speciality deals with conditions that affect the musculo-skeletal system, including those that affect the bone, joints muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves.

We are higher specialist trainees who have a basic surgical training and who are aiming to become Specialist Consultant Surgeons in Orthopaedics and Trauma. The Higher Surgical Training programme lasts for six years, with regular teaching, assessment and appraisal.



To view the full site you must  be a member of the Oxford Orthopaedic Training Rotation.If you are eligible please login or register now using the link in the top right corner.

Regional Announcements

A dedicated page for the OOTA has been set up on the website. It is only viewable by registered members. Minutes of meetings will appear here in due course.


ISCP Version 10.0

Version 10 of the ISCP website has now entered beta testing prior to going live later this year. If you want to give any feedback on the system before it goes live give it at try via the ISCP homepage. Note that changes made in v10 do not affect v9 and vice versa.


Twitter Account Announcements

In future all updates to the teaching programme or the courses page on the website will be accompanied by an announcement on Twitter @oxboneorg.

Please follow the twitter account if you would like to be notified of any updates in this manner.


BOTA Positional Statement on Future of ISCP

BOTA have released a positional statement relating to the recent ISCP evaluation Report. Follow this link to read the full article.


ISCP iPhone AppISCP iPhone App

NUS Student Card

The National Union of Students has officially registered BOTA as an affilliated organisation, as all members are attending a teaching programme and studying towards a professional qualification - the FRCS (Tr&Orth).
. For further details click here


New Oxford FRCS bookNew Oxford FRCS book

The new FRCS Trauma & Orthopaedics Viva revision book written by our own local consultants has now been published and is available from usual sources.

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