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Joe Dixon


  • Trauma & Orthopaedic Registrar
  • Revision Knee Quality Improvement fellow

Orthopaedic Registrar interested in improving outcomes following Knee Replacement

I am a Trauma & Orthopaedic Registrar on the Thames Valley Rotation. I am currently studying for the Taught MSc In Musculoskeletal Science and undertaking an NHS England Revision Knee Replacement Quality Improvement Fellowship. 
My current goals are in the development and integration of the Major Revision Knee Network in the Thames Valley. I hope this network for complex surgery will improve patient outcomes and the cost-effectiveness of care. I have also developed an interest in alignment philosophies for Knee replacement surgery and am investigating the short and medium term outcomes following kinematically aligned total knee replacements.
I grew up on a dairy farm in Shropshire and studied Medicine with an Intercalated BSc in Medical Education at Leeds. I subsequently undertook my Foundation training in London, before moving to Oxford for surgical training. 
In the short term, I hope to complete my MSc at the University before returning to complete clinical training whilst still working with the revision network. 
I try to engage myself widely within the university and am a clinical and surgical skills tutor for Green Templeton College. 
In my spare time playing all sports in particular rugby, tennis and cricket and spend time in the countryside with my wife and dog.