Kenneth Pridie Lectures

Kenneth Pridie, Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Bristol and Senior Orthopaedic Surgeon at Bristol Royal Hospital and Winford Orthopaedic Hospital, died suddenly on May 4th 1963, at the age of fifty-seven years while reading a paper to the South-West Orthopaedic Club meeting at Exeter.

He had had to reduce his activities since the first evidence of cardiac insufficiency in 1962. He appeared to be doing well until shortly before his death when his friends were alarmed by news of heart failure, but he insisted on giving his paper on anterior fusion of the cervical spine. The Memorial Lecture is given in his memory.

The first Kenneth Pridie Memorial Lecture was given by Mr A. L. Eyre-Brook on the 8th April 1965.

1966 – 67
Mr Norman Capener
Facts & follies of orthopaedics

1969 – 70
Prof R Merle D’Aubigne
Articular reconstruction or replacement

1971 – 72
Prof Erik Moberg
The differentiation of sensibility as a basis for orthopaedic and hand surgery

1972 – 73
Prof J H Moe
The non-operative treatment of scoliosis with the Milwaukee brace

1974 – 75
Dr Donald Slocum
Late reconstruction of injuries to the lateral compartment of the knee

1976 – 77
Mr R Guy Pulvertaft
Entrapment neuropathies in the upper limbs

1979 – 80
Prof George Bentley
Chondromalacia patella, and cartilage grafting

1980 – 81
Prof M A R Freeman
Resurfacing arthroplasty of the hip

1982 – 83
Prof Raoul Tubiana
The pathogenesis of rheumatoid deformities of the wrist and fingers

1985 – 86
Mr C B Wynne Parry
Modern trends in the management of brachial plexus lesions

1986 – 87
Mr Robin Ling
The fixation of implants into bone

1988 – 89
Mr John Insall
The Technique and Complications of Total Knee Replacement

1990 – 91
Mr Tony Ratliff
South West Orthopaedics : 1948 – 1991

1992 – 93
Prof Erwin Morscher
Current state of cup fixation in total hip replacement

1994 – 95
Prof Eynar Eriksson
Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

1996 – 98
Prof Chris Colton
The last 5000 years of fracture care

1999 – 00
Prof Henry Mankin

Prof Mike Saleh
A new concept of external fixation in the management of trauma

Prof Paul Gregg
The National Joint Registry

Prof JP Laboureau
LARS (ligament advanced reinforcement system)

Prof Michael Freeman
The way the knee moves

Mr Duncan Whitwell
Trends in the surgical management of pathological fractures

Lt Col Mike Butler and Surg Cdr Jon Matthews
Evolving treatment of service personnel

Prof Tim Briggs
Getting it right first time

Dr Olivier Borens
Infected joint arthroplasty


Mr Steve Cannon

Orthopaedic Oncology