To develop, support and augment the education of persons engaged in the practice of orthopaedic surgery for the public benefit

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HKCOS Selection Interview for Admission to HOT (Jul 2020)

Application is invited from qualified basic surgical trainees to apply for higher training posts in Orthopaedics and Traumatology.



Application Form



Important Announcement

Cancellation of the HKCOS Academic Activities on 1 February 2020 and Preparatory Course in March 2020.






Academic Travel Subsidy for Young Fellows
Open for Application

The Academic Travel Subsidy for Young Fellows is newly established by the Young Fellows Committee to encourage further education after the Fellowship Examination in Orthopaedic Surgery. It is now open for applications, and will be handed out on a first come first serve basis.







New CME/CPD Guidelines

A revised set of CME/CPD Fellow's Guides has been approved, and is available online on the College website.





Nomination for Ad Hominem Fellow (January 2020)

The information is for Fellows only.





Deferral of HKCOS and RCSED Joint Specialty Fellowship Examination in Orthopaedic Surgery 2020
In light of the latest development of COVID-19, the examination will be postponed until further notice.




Orthopaedic Student Group
Open for Registration

The Orthopaedic Student Group Committee was formed under the Council of the Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons (HKCOS). We are pleased to invite medical students who are interested in the field of Orthopaedics to register with us as student members to gain an insight into the specialty and have the opportunity to participate in activities organized by the HKCOS and other related associations.

For students who are interested, please fill out and return the Registration Form together with the required document to the secretariat of the HKCOS.

An acknowledgment will be sent to notify of your successful registration.

Registration Form





Young Fellows Committee
Travelling Sponsorship for Young Fellows (Updated Guidelines)

All Fellows of the College under the age of 40 are considered to be Young Fellows. The objectives of this Committee are to provide a conduit between Young Fellows and the College, to promote professional standards amongst Young Fellows, and to help Young Fellows for professional practice in academic development, practice management and professional skills.

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