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Dr. Sami Farah

Dr. Sami B. Farah - Orthopaedic Hip and Knee Surgeon

MBBS/BSc (University of Sydney), M.Biomed.Engineering (UNSW), FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA

Currently registered as a Specialist Medical Practitioner in Australia and as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Orthopaedic Surgery.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

MBBS / BSc (Applied Mathematics and Physics) – Combined Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Science – University of Sydney

M. Biomed. Engineering – Master of Biomedical Engineering – University of New South Wales

FRACS(Orth) – Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

FAOrthA – Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association

 

CURRENT APPOINTMENTS

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Specialist Orthopaedic Advisor to the Advisory Committee on Medical Devices (ACMD) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at East Sydney Private Hospital, Woolloomooloo, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at St. George Private Hospital, Kogarah, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at Kareena Private Hospital, Caringbah, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Randwick, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at Hurstville Private Hospital, Hurstville, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista, NSW.

Orthopaedic Surgeon Visiting Medical Officer at St. Luke’s Private Hospital, Potts Point, NSW.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2018:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Specialist Orthopaedic Advisor to the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices (ACMD) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Attended the AOA COE Conference, Grand Chancellor, Hobart (16th March 2018).

Attended the Asia Pacific Knee Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society (APKASS) and AOA COE Conference, Sofitel, Sydney (1st June 2018).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 78th Annual Scientific Meeting, Crown Convention Centre, Perth (7-11th October 2018).

2017:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Specialist Orthopaedic Advisor to the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices (ACMD) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Attended the Optimising Outcomes in Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Meeting, Pan Pacific, Perth (9-10th March 2017).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, The Westin, Martin Place, Sydney (28th July 2017).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 77th Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide (9-13th October 2017).

Completed the Foundation Skills for Surgical Educators Course. Sydney (4th December 2017).

2016:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices – Orthopaedic Subcommittee (ACSMD-OSC) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, The Westin, Martin Place, Sydney (5th August 2016).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 76th Annual Scientific Meeting, Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns (9-13th October 2016).

2015:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices – Orthopaedic Subcommittee (ACSMD-OSC) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Attended the AOA Hip and Knee Arthroplasty COE Meeting, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, NSW (4th – 6th May 2015).

Attended the Smith and Nephew Advancing Orthopaedics in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Meeting, Intercontinental, Sanctuary Cove, Qld (31st July – 1st August 2015).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, The Westin, Martin Place, Sydney (14th August 2015).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 75th Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane (11-15th October 2015).

2014:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices – Orthopaedic Subcommittee (ACSMD-OSC) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Medacta International, Reference Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Anterior Minimally Invasive (AMIS) Hip Arthroplasty.

Attended the Oceania Orthopaedics Conference on Updates in Revision Arthroplasty and Limb Salvage, Intercontinental, Sanctuary Cove, Qld (21st – 23rd March 2014).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Harbour Marriott, (15th August 2014).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 74th Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne (12-16th October 2014).

2013:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices – Orthopaedic Subcommittee (ACSMD-OSC) for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Harbour Marriott, (23rd August 2013).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin (6-9th October 2013).

2012:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Orthopaedic Expert Working Group for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Harbour Marriott, (17th August 2012).

Attended the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (ISTA) 25th Annual Congress, Sydney Hilton (4-6th October 2012).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney (7-11th October 2012).

2011:

First Line Assessor for the Collaborating Hospitals Audit of Surgical Mortality (CHASM).

Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

Committee Member of the Orthopaedic Expert Working Group for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (NSW Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney Harbour Marriott, (19th August 2011).

Attended the AOA 71st Annual Scientific Meeting, Rotorua, New Zealand (10-14th October 2011).

2010:

Committee Member of the Orthopaedic Expert Working Group for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Australian Government).

Completed Two-Year Hip and Knee Arthroplasty and Reconstruction Fellowship under Prof. Lawrence Kohan (Orthopaedic Surgeon) at St. Luke’s Private Hospital.

Attended the 2010 Avant Medical Indemnity Conference, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney, NSW (22nd April 2010).

Attended the Stryker Triathlon TS Knee Meeting, Swissotel, Sydney, NSW (4th May 2010).

Attended the AOA Knee Arthroplasty and Revision Conference, Hilton Hotel, Sydney, NSW (5-7th May 2010).

Attended the Biomet Signature Vanguard Knee System Workshop, Hilton Hotel, Sydney, NSW (6th May 2010).

Attended the Medacta Inaugural First AMIS hip users meeting, Swissotel, Sydney, NSW (7th May 2010).

Attended the Articulate Live Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Live Surgery Course, Sydney, NSW (20th May 2010).

Attended the AOA Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA (10-14th October 2010).

2009:

Commenced Hip and Knee Arthroplasty and Reconstruction Fellowship under Prof. Lawrence Kohan (Orthopaedic Surgeon) at St. Luke’s Private Hospital.

Regular Orthopaedic teaching to General Practitioners.

Teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns, resident medical officers and orthopaedic registrars.

Attended the AOA Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopic Reconstruction Conference, Sheraton Hotel, Perth, WA (6-8th May 2009).

Attended the Avant Medical Indemnity Conference, Rydges World Square, Sydney, NSW.

Attended the AOA Annual Scientific Meeting, Convention Centre, Cairns, QLD (11-15th October 2009).

2008:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 6 (Accredited) at St. George Private Hospital and Sutherland Hospital.

Graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Master of Biomedical Engineering degree.

Advanced Surgical Trainee in Orthopaedic Surgery Year 4 (SET 5).

Successfully completed the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Fellowship Examination in Orthopaedic Surgery.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns, resident medical officers and junior orthopaedic registrars.

2007:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 5 (Accredited) at Calvary Hospital and the Canberra Hospital, ACT and at Sydney Children’s Hospital.

Advanced Surgical Trainee in Orthopaedic Surgery Year 3 (SET 4).

M.Biomed.E. Thesis: “Development of a Finite Element Analysis Model of the Human Cervical Spine and a Literature Review of the State of the Art in Finite Element Analysis Modelling of the Cervical Spine.”

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns, resident medical officers and junior orthopaedic registrars.

2006:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 4 (Accredited) at Sydney Hospital Hand Unit and Wollongong Hospital.

Successfully completed Orthopaedic Principles Basic Science Examination.

Advanced Surgical Trainee in Orthopaedic Surgery Year 2.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns, resident medical officers and junior orthopaedic registrars.

2005:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 3 (Accredited) at Wagga Wagga Base and Westmead Hospitals.

Advanced Surgical Trainee in Orthopaedic Surgery Year 1.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns, resident medical officers and junior orthopaedic registrars.

2004:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 2 (Unaccredited) at Sutherland and St. George Hospitals.

Basic Surgical Trainee Year 4.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns and resident medical officers.

2003:

Full Time Orthopaedic Registrar 1 (Unaccredited) at Liverpool Hospital (seconded to Campbelltown and Fairfield Hospitals).

Basic Surgical Trainee Year 3.

Successfully completed Basic Surgical Training Part 1 OSCE from first attempt.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns and resident medical officers.

2002:

Full Time Senior Resident Medical Officer in Surgery at Liverpool Hospital Basic Surgical Trainee Year 2.

Successfully completed Basic Surgical Training Part 1 MCQ Examination from first attempt.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation as well as teaching and supervision of interns and resident medical officers.

2001:

Full Time Resident Medical Officer 1 at Liverpool Hospital.

Demonstrator in Anatomy by Dissection at the University of Sydney.

Research in Finite Element Analysis of the Cervical Spine at the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation and supervision of interns.

University of Sydney (Part-Time Demonstrator in Anatomy by Dissection).

Weekly Head, Neck and Thorax cadaveric dissection tutorials to Dentistry students.  Examiner: Supervision of the end-of-semester Anatomy Spot-Test for Dentistry II students.

2000:

Full Time Intern at Liverpool Hospital

Commenced postgraduate study at the University of New South Wales in the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, leading to a Master of Biomedical Engineering (M.Biomed.E.) degree.

Regular teaching of undergraduate medical students attached to rotation.

2000:

Graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree.

1998:

Graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Physics) degree.

1994:

Commenced tertiary study at the University of Sydney in the Faculty of Medicine (6 year undergraduate medical program) and the Faculty of Science, leading to a combined Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Physics) / Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

Australian Orthopaedic Association

Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons

 

SELECTED RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Farah SB, Royle T.  Predictors of Hospital Outcome in Patients Presenting with Acute Chest Pain to the RPAH Emergency Department.  (January, 1999)  Pilot Study for Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Emergency Department.

Farah SB.  The Biomechanics of Lifting.  (June, 2000)  Presentation for the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, at the Samuels Building, UNSW.

Ireland J, Farah SB.  Anthropometric Parameters of Hip Joints in Patients Presenting for Joint Replacement Surgery to Fairfield Hospital.  (2003)  Pilot study for the Fairfield Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Pre-operative Bacteriuria and Joint Replacement Surgery.  (October, 2003)  Presentation for the Fairfield Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Performance of Knee Replacements in the National Joint Registry Annual Report 2003.  (October, 2003)  Presentation for the Fairfield Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Crucifixion and the Biomechanics of the Transverse Intermetacarpal Ligaments.  (November, 2003)  Presentation for the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, at the Biomechanics and Gait Laboratory, UNSW.

Farah SB.  Dupuytren’s Contracture.  (August, 2004)  Presentation for the St. George Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Blood Supply of the Upper Limb.  (September, 2004)  Presentation for the St. George Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Peripheral Nerve Anatomy, Physiology and Healing.  (November, 2004)  Presentation for the St. George Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Modern Hand and Wrist Implant Arthroplasty.  (November, 2005)  Presentation for the Westmead Hospital Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery Departments.

Farah SB.  Hand Bony Architecture.  (March, 2006)  Presentation for the Sydney Hospital Hand Unit.

Farah SB, O’Carrigan T.  Non-union of Tibial Shaft Fractures.  (March, 2006)  Bone School Lecture to NSW Advanced Surgical Trainees in Orthopaedic Surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Farah SB.  Should Scaphoid Fractures be Fixed?  (March, 2006)  Presentation for the Sydney Hospital and St. Luke’s Private Hospital Hand Units at St. Luke’s Private Hospital.

Farah SB.  Vascularity of the Scaphoid.  (May, 2006)  Presentation for the Sydney Hospital Hand Unit.

Farah SB.  Clinical Examination of the Hand.  (May, 2006)  Lecture to Final Year Advanced Surgical Trainees at Sydney Hospital.

Farah SB.  Homodigital Island Flaps in Hand Surgery.  (June, 2006)  Presentation for the Sydney Hospital Hand Unit.

Farah SB.  Heterotopic Ossification.  (September, 2006)  Presentation for the Wollongong Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Adult Brachial Plexus Injuries.  (November, 2006)  Presentation for the Wollongong Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB, Little D.  Bone Ultrastructure, Biomechanics, Regulation of Re-modelling and Evaluation of Bone Loss.  (September, 2007)  Bone School Lecture to NSW Advanced Surgical Trainees in Orthopaedic Surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Farah SB.  Development of a Finite Element Analysis Model of the Human Cervical Spine and a Literature Review of the State of the Art in Finite Element Analysis Modelling of the Cervical Spine.  (2007)  Master of Biomedical Engineering Thesis for the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, UNSW.

Farah SB.  Bearing Surfaces and Wear in Hip Arthroplasty.  (May, 2008) Presentation for the St. George Public Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Farah SB.  Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty.  (June, 2008)  Presentation for the St. George Private Hospital Orthopaedic Department.

Kerr D.  Local Infiltration Analgesia. A Technique to Improve Outcomes after Hip, Knee and Lumbar Spine Surgery.  Informa Healthcare (2012).  (Book Reviewed by Farah SB)

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D, Bonar F.  Early Failure of the Uncemented Biomet Vanguard Tibial Component.  (October, 2012)  ISTA 25th Annual Congress, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Blood Metal Ion Levels in Metal-on-Metal Hip Resurfacing and Total Hip Arthroplasties.  (October, 2012)  ISTA 25th Annual Congress, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Nizam I, Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Birmingham Mid-Head Hip Resurfacing Minimum Two-Year Follow-Up.  (October, 2012)  ISTA 25th Annual Congress, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Minimum Ten-Year Follow-Up of Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty.  (October, 2012)  ISTA 25th Annual Congress, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L, Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Minimum Ten-Year Follow-Up of Repicci Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty.  (October, 2012)  Poster Presentation at ISTA 25th Annual Congress, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Blood Metal Ion Levels in Metal-on-Metal Hip Resurfacing and Total Hip Arthroplasties.  (October, 2012) AOA 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Minimum Ten-Year Follow-Up of Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty.  (October, 2012) AOA 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Nizam I, Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Large Diameter Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty – A Sound Option? The Performance of 100 Hips with an Average 7.3 Years Follow-Up.  (October, 2012) AOA 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Medial Unicompartmental Knee Resurfacing (Repicci), 438 Implants Minimum 10 Years Follow-Up.  (October, 2012) AOA 72nd Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D.  Medial Unicompartmental Knee Resurfacing (Repicci), 438 Implants Minimum 10 Years Follow-Up.  (March, 2013) American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) 80th Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, USA.

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Nguyen D, Kerr D.  Functional Comparison between the Anterior and Posterior Approach in Total Hip Replacement – Results at Five Years Follow-Up.  (October, 2013) AOA 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Darwin, Australia.

Kohan L , Field C, McQuilty R, Farah SB, Nguyen D, Kerr D, Rai T.  Cobalt and Chromium Ion Levels in Arthroplasty Patients – What are the levels and where are they distributed?  (October, 2013) AOA 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Darwin, Australia (Presented by Farah SB).

Kohan L, Farah SB, Field C, Kerr D, Nguyen D. Functional Comparison Between Anterior and Posterior Approaches for Total Hip Arthroplasty, Results at 5 Years Follow-up. E-Poster Presentation at ISTA 27th Annual Congress, Kyoto, Japan (25th September 2014).

Nizam I, Kohan L, Kerr D, Field C, Farah SB. Cobalt and Chromium Ion Levels in Arthroplasty Patients. What are the Levels and Where are they Distributed? ISTA 27th Annual Congress, Kyoto, Japan (25th September 2014).

Farah SB, Kohan L, Field C, Nguyen D, Kerr D. Anterior Versus Posterior Approach for Total Hip Replacement. A Functional Comparison at 5 Years Follow-up. Poster Presentation at European Hip Society 11th Congress, Stockholm, Sweden (9-11th October, 2014).

Kohan L, Farah SB, Field C, Nguyen D, Kerr D, McQuilty R, Rai T. Cobalt and Chromium Ion Levels. What are the Levels and Where are they Distributed? Poster Presentation at European Hip Society 11th Congress, Stockholm, Sweden (9-11th October, 2014).

Douglas S, Hamze A, Jassim S, Farah SB, Field C, Nguyen D, Kerr D, Kohan L. Incidence and Natural History of DVT following Total Joint Replacement with Rapid Mobilisation Protocols. AOA 74th Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, Australia (12-16th October, 2014).

Kohan L, Field C, Farah SB, Nguyen D, Kerr D. Anterior Versus Posterior Approach for Total Hip Replacement. A Functional Comparison at 5 Years Follow-up. Poster Presentation at Orthopedics Today, Kauai, Hawaii, USA (18th-22nd January, 2015).

Kohan L, Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D. Does Hip Resurfacing Still Have a Role? AOA Hip and Knee Arthroplasty COE Meeting, Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, NSW, Australia (4th – 6th May 2015).

Kohan L , Field C, Nguyen D, Farah SB, McQuilty R, Kerr D. Does the Volume of an Effusion in a Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasty Correlate with Cobalt and Chromium Levels in the Blood? Poster Presentation at ISTA 28th Annual Congress, Vienna, Austria (30th September – 3rd October 2015).

Kohan L , Field C, Farah SB, Kerr D. Hip Resurfacing in Patients under 50 Years Old. Minimum 10-Year Follow-up Results. ISTA 28th Annual Congress, Vienna, Austria  (2nd October 2015).

Farah SB, Kohan L , Field C, Kerr D.  Hip Resurfacing in 139 Patients, 50 Years of Age and Under. Minimum 10-Year Follow-up.  (October, 2015) AOA 75th Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane, Australia (Presented by Farah SB).

Farah SB, Kohan L , Field C, Nguyen D, McQuilty R, Kerr D.  Does the Volume of an Effusion in a Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasty Correlate with Cobalt and Chromium Ion Levels in the Blood?  (October, 2015) AOA 75th Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane, Australia (Presented by Farah SB).

Kohan L, Farah S, Field C, Kerr D, Nguyen D. Functional Comparison Between Anterior and Posterior Approaches For Total Hip Arthroplasty: Results at Five-Year Follow-Up. The Bone and Joint Journal – Orthopaedic Proceedings Vol 98B, Supp 2, 119 (12/01/2016).

Kohan L, Field C, Kerr D, Farah S. Minimum Ten Year Follow-Up Results For Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty. The Bone and Joint Journal – Orthopaedic Proceedings Vol 98B, Supp 8, 116 (06/05/2016).

Kohan L, Kerr D, Farah S, Field C, Nguyen D. Joint Effusion Volume Does Not Predict Blood Cobalt and Chromium Ion Levels. The Bone and Joint Journal – Orthopaedic Proceedings Vol 98B, Supp 8, 117 (06/05/2016).

Scholes CJ, Ebrahimi M, Farah SB, Field C, Cordingley R, Kerr D, Kohan L. The Outcome and Survival of Metal-on-Metal Hip Resurfacing in Patients Aged Less than 50 Years. A Prospective Observational Cohort Study with Minimum Ten-Year Follow-Up. The Bone and Joint Journal (2019) 101-B:113-120.