A virtual launch event for the Canine Cruciate Registry featuring expert speakers from both veterinary and human medicine. The event introduces the registry and demonstrates how it can be used to improve outcomes and monitor complications with cruciate surgery.


– Clinical Lead of the Canine Cruciate Registry, Mark Morton (RCVS Specialist Small Animal Orthopaedics, ChesterGates Veterinary Specialists).

– Dr Stanley Kim (Associate Professor in Small Animal Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida) presenting his work on stifle stability and the effect on outcomes post cruciate surgery.

– Professor Duncan Lascelles (Professor of Translational Pain Research and Management, North Carolina State University) discussing how we can assess clinical outcomes in canine patients.

– Mr Mike McNicholas (Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon) who as well as being a renowned knee surgeon, is a member of the steering group for the UK National Ligament Registry and Chair of ICRS Global Cartilage Treatment Registry. He shares experiences from human orthopaedic surgery and the benefits of registries in improving patient outcomes.

CPD: 2 hours 40 minutes