Working in partnership with the University of Birmingham, each year up to 480 fourth-year medical students complete a two week musculoskeletal placement at the the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
One of the unique teaching opportunities the Trust offers during the medical student placement is Patient Simulated Teaching (SIMS).
The purpose-built Max Harrison Lecture Theatre has tiered seating for 120 delegates and has been designed to allow maximum visibility and comfort. Our modern audio-visual system incorporates a ceiling mounted projection unit with direct links for video and computer screens. There is a video/sound link to the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital operating theatres for live transmission of surgical procedures.
The Seminar Room, for smaller groups, has a seating capacity of 25. It is equipped with standard audio-visual aids, including a plasma screen with computer and video connections.
The coffee lounge can be used separately or in conjunction with the lecture theatre and seminar room for clinical meetings. It provides ample space for exhibition stands, displays, workshops and demonstrations.
The BOTP, hosted by the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, is one of the largest and most successful orthopaedic training programmes in the UK and comprises 40 trainees rotating through 12 hospitals across the West midlands, all of which are committed to training.
The ROH hosts weekly teaching sessions, with 17 registrars rotationally working and learning with the Trust whilst delivering great patient experience and outcomes.
During their rotational placements from the West Midlands Deanery, five GP trainees support the Trust in providing high standards of patient care, while receiving weekly musculoskeletal and orthopaedic training and teaching.