Making an impact on the osteoarthritis journey by OPtimising oUtcomes, equity, cost-effectiveness and patient Selection.
OPUS Kneed to Know Podcast
The Kneed to Know podcast explores the world of osteoarthritis (OA), with the goal of demystifying the sometimes confusing world of musculoskeletal care. Episodes so far have featured experts in the fields of orthopedic surgery (Prof Choong), health economics (Prof Stephen Duckett), and non-surgical treatments (Prof Peter O'Sullivan), as well as researchers at the coal face of OA research, and patients. This podcast is suitable for patients with osteoarthritis, students, researchers, or anyone just wanting to know more about the musculoskeletal condition.
Qualitative Research Short Course
Waitlist spots are quickly filling up for this fantastic short course! Come join Dr Samantha Bunzli and Penny O'Brien (PhD candidate) as they take you through the intricacies of qualitative research. This course is perfect for all knowledge levels - from beginners who are looking to build a basic understanding to seasoned experts looking to sharpen certain skills.
With the opportunity to workshop your own qualitative study, you'll be able to put the theory into practice and receive ongoing support from the course conveners. For more information Visit our website here.
OPUS YouTube Page
The OPUS YouTube page has just been made public to all audiences. The channel has a wealth of information on osteoarthritis, pain, and other musculoskeletal conditions and is a valuable resource for all interested in the topic.
With all of our OPUS Forum presentations now also available for the public to view, you can watch back your favourite presentations at your leisure. The content of these presentations goes beyond the topic of osteoarthritis - learn about the utility of big data for health policy, the importance of knowledge transformation in the digital age, or even the consequences of unconscious biases. There's a topic for everyone!
Click on the link below to watch a topic that interests you and while you're there be sure to subscribe to our channel:
OPUS YouTube Page