Naughton Dunn Club

@ The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital

**Abstract submission now CLOSED – Register your attendance by 18th May 2023**

The Naughton Dunn Club is a regional Orthopaedic meeting held twice a year (Summer & Winter).

It is an opportunity for trainees to present research work and gain feedback on further study development, with the best paper winning a prize at each meeting.

Each meeting also hosts guest lectures, with invited speakers presenting on their topic of expertise, and inspiring the audience.


Friday May 19th 2023

14:00 – 17:30

Venue: Midlands Arts Centre, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH

Drinks reception and dinner from 19:00 at Kiln restaurant (at the Midlands Arts Centre)

For full details including abstract submission and registration information, please see below:

Abstract Submission
Abstract submission now closed. Thank you for your contributions

Guest Speaker – Mr Dominic Power

We are pleased to announce that the Naughton Dunn Lecture for this meeting will be given by Mr Dominic Power. Mr Power is a Consultant Hand and Peripheral Nerve Surgeon based in Birmingham. He established the West Midlands Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury Service in 2010, and is the lead for the service. Mr Power founded the Hand and Peripheral Nerve (HaPPeN) research network in 2015 and the UK Peripheral Nerve Clinical Research Network in 2018 to develop multi-centre clinical trial capabilities. He is chief investigator for two NIHR HTA programme multicentre trials. Mr Power is also the European founder and board member of the Global Nerve Foundation.

Booking for dineer has now closed


Please use the form below to register your attendance for the meeting and/or dinner. If you wish to attend the dinner, please indicate your menu preferences, and the name and preferences of any guests that you wish to bring.

Naughton Dunn Club Meeting and Dinner Registration (Spring 2023) – Google Forms

Please contact us at if you have any further questions.

Final Programe

NDC Winter 2022 Programme
NDC Programme May 23

**Abstract submission now Closed – Register your attendance by 18th May 2023**

We are still cataloging the Past Meetings

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