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Peter Burge

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Duration: 1:38:52 | Added: 10 Aug 2021
Derek Hockaday interviews Peter Burge, hand surgeon and consultant, 8 August 2014.

Topics discussed include: (00:00:00) the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre; (00:02:28) working for John Goodfellow; (00:04:45) meeting his wife, Susan, (00:05:31) moving to Bristol for Senior House Officer job; (00:06:50) Bristol hospitals compared to Oxford hospitals; (00:07:44) osteomyelitis; (00:09:40) decision to go to Oxford; (00:11:31) tutors at Pembroke college; (00:13:16) interest in music; (00:17:12) clinical lectures; (00:20:28) night work; (00:21:24) the Trauma Service [formerly the Accident Service] and neurosurgeons; (00:24:11) effect of Robert Duthie on Nuffield orthopaedic centre; (00:30:20) visa qualifying exam to practice medicine in the United States; (00:31:12) time in the United States and microsurgery; (00:34:50) interest in hand surgeries; (00:41:56) Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre becoming independent and operating theatres at the centre; (00:50:34) the Accident Service and difference between Oxford and Birmingham Hospital concepts; (00:53:39) intensive care units at the Radcliffe Infirmary; (00:55:05) hand surgery colleagues; (01:01:01) endoscopy in the shoulder; (01:10:34) Metabolic Bone Research Unit; (01:11.40) research at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre; (01:14:06) microvascular surgery; (01:18:44) clinical students at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre; (01:20:30) involvement in national and international societies including research and articles on Dupuytrens disease and non-union of the scaphoid; (01:28:39) choosing to do clinical training in Oxford, contact with Pembroke College; (01:32:30) work load as a clinical student compared to pre-clinical years; (01:37:18) the 1990s as the busiest time of career. Note the following section of audio is redacted: 00:03:54-00:04:02.

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