Our Collaborative Framework

OrthoGlobe is an international Orthopaedic, trauma and rheumatological research collaborative that aims at advancing musculoskeletal practice through international multicentre studies.




The Global Orthopaedic Outcomes Collaborative is an international Orthopaedic network, based in London, that aims to advance musculoskeletal practice worldwide through the coordination of multicenter research studies.




Our mission is to improve global health outcomes by advancing musculoskeletal practice worldwide.


Our Work


We are conducting international, multicenter studies to answer clinically relevant research questions in Orthopaedic, trauma and rheumatological disciplines

Steering Committee


Experts from Orthopaedic surgery, academia, AI research groups and a multidisiciplinary framework from various backgrounds

National Leaders


We have national leaders of long track records of experience. Our leaders include surgeons, academic researchers, trainees and medical students

Data Collectors


Our data collectors are responsible about the collection of relevant data from their center




UKCoTs Webinar


A UK multi-centre study to record the morbidity and mortality associated with Covid-19 in patients who have had trauma (bony or soft tissue procedure) surgery during the peak of the pandemic (April 2020). We will analyze trauma cases done in April 2019 as the control group. Collaborators in each centre collected data using a coded excel sheet. Taking care to remove all patient identification data will be added to the excel sheet for the period between 1st April to 30th April 2020 both days inclusive. 

Jan 4, 10:00 - 14:00 London Time

Online Zoom Meeting




Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science by which machines learn cognitive-type tasks. In healthcare, its role is expanding rapidly and becoming more sophisticated. AI is being applied in medical imaging, in diagnosis and treatment algorithms, in business modelling and healthcare records, to name but a few examples. The advantages of such developments include the ability to streamline services, make them more efficient and potentially more accurate. AI aims to improve healthcare in these ways. The disadvantages are the concerns this generates about the regulation of the industry, data protection, ethical concerns about algorithm bias and the potential for the loss of human jobs. This has generated criticism of AI development.

The FAIMS survey contains 20 statements and we would like you to indicate your level of agreement with each statement. All responses are anonymised but we would appreciate your name and email address. 

London, UK

Feb 6, 10:00 - 14:00

“ Let us grow together ”

Bring together the Orthopaedic and Trauma surgeons around the world to collectively address the unmet need for Muscloskeletal care.

Together, we have the power to inspire, connect, and deliver on new opportunities and rich experiences that can open doors to innovation and progress in trauma and orthopaedics while growing evidence and increasing well-being of our patients globally.

Our Team

Founded by eminent experts in the field