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Mr Jasvinder Daurka provides a tertiary service for hip, pelvis and traumatic injuries at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He is actively involved in teaching and is an honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College London. He lectures on national courses and internationally on pelvis injury management and complex hip reconstruction techniques.


All aspects of fracture and trauma care, complex hip reconstruction, sports hip surgery including arthroscopy, pelvis and acetabular injury care

Research & publications

Mr Daurka has research interests that include outcomes following pelvis and acetabular trauma and hip pathology. Recent publications include:

Daurka, J.S., Rankin, I., Jaggard, M.K. & Lewis, A. (2015) A priority driven ABC approach to the emergency management of high energy pelvic trauma improves decision making in simulated patient scenarios. Injury, Feb, 46(2), 340-3. doi: 10.1016/j.injury.2014.11.018.  

Daurka, J.S., Malik, A.K., Robin, D.A. & Witt, J.D. (2012) The results of uncemented total hip replacement in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis at 10 years. J Bone Joint Surg Br. Dec, 94(12), 1618-24  

Daurka, J.S., Pastides, P.S., Lewis, A., Rickman, M. & Bircher, M.D. (2014) Acetabular fractures in patients aged >55 years: a systematic review of the literature. Bone Joint J. Feb, 96-B(2), 157-63.  

Duncan, J.M., Daurka, J. & Akhtar, K. (2014) Use of 3D printing in orthopaedic surgery. BMJ 348, g2963

Duncan, J.M., Nahas, S., Akhtar, K. & Daurka, J. (2015) The use of a 3D printer in pre-operative planning for a patient requiring acetabular reconstructive surgery. J Orthop Case Rep. Jan-Mar, 5(1), 23-5.  

Hutt, J.R., Ortega-Briones, A., Daurka, J.S., Bircher, M.D.& Rickman, M.S. (2015) The ongoing relevance of acetabular fracture classification. Bone Joint J. Aug, 97-B(8), 1139-43.   

Yu, A.W., Duncan, J.M., Daurka, J.S., Lewis, A., Cobb, J. (2015) A feasibility study into the use of three-dimensional printer modelling in acetabular fracture surgery. Adv Orthop. 2015, 617046. doi: 10.1155/2015/617046. Epub 2015 Jan 29.