Saturday, 27 July 2021

Mammary Fold

The Mammary Fold are looking to expand the number of members and recruit regional representatives for the Mammary Fold to promote the work they do.

The Mammary Fold is the only breast surgical trainees representative body in the UK, and include Plastic Surgery members and General Surgical members side by side. They are keen to have Plastic Surgical trainees applying for these representative posts.

The original adverts have been out for a week, and it states that the closing date is the 29th of July, but they have extended the registration period of interests to Friday 2nd August.

12 Regional Representatives

Sunday, 21 July 2021

Opportunities for International Trainees at Plastic Surgery The Meeting 2013

Trainees Invited to Submit an Abstract
Deadline: 6 August
The ASPS invites Trainees from your Society to submit a scientific abstract to be presented at Plastic Surgery The Meeting on Saturday, 12 October.  The abstract presentation will be part of the Senior Residents Conference/Residents Day programming at the meeting.  Abstracts must be submitted on or before 6 August 2013, 23:59 Central Standard Time.  Accepted abstracts will be presented from the podium giving Trainees a public speaking opportunity. Please note that accepted authors are required to register for the meeting in order to participate.   

ASPS will present awards for the best presentation in each of the following categories:
·         Aesthetic
·         Breast Reconstruction
·         Hand
·         Maxillofacial
·         Pediatric
·         Research
·         Reconstruction/Burn/Microsurgery

Full abstract submission guidelines are available online:

PRS-GO Residents Bowl
Deadline: 12 September
For the third year, ASPS will host a Residents Bowl  at Plastic Surgery The Meeting.  Hosts Chad Tattini, MD and Hatem Abou-Sayed, MD will lead this one-of-a-kind event as Residents/Trainees answer questions on case studies and the plastic surgery curriculum.  For the first time this year, we are inviting our International Society Partners to participate.  Your Society may elect to organize a full team (4 trainee participants) or submit an individual trainee who will be placed on a team at random for this single-elimination tournament.   Please note all participants are required to register to attend Plastic Surgery The Meeting. To participate, please send the team members names and email addresses to Jerime Wargo at [email protected] on or before 12 September.

Trainee Registration for Plastic Surgery The Meeting 2013
Early Registration Deadline:  1 August
Advance Registration Deadline: 5 September
Trainees who have a current subscription to the ASPS International Trainees Forum receive:
·         Free admission to The Meeting (base registration fee)
·         Free admission to Breakfast with Champions mentoring event
·         One  free one-hour Instructional Course.

International trainees who are not currently part of the ASPS International Trainees Forum may register for the meeting at the Resident/Fellow (non-subscriber) rate of $325 USD (early rate) or may elect to subscribe to the ASPS International Trainees Forum for an annual fee of $150 USD.  The International Trainees Forum dues includes online subscriptions to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal and Plastic Surgery News.  

For more information on the International Trainee Forum benefits and to download an application, visit:

Thank you in advance for sharing this information with your Trainees.  A full listing of the meeting website and events can be found at: 

Facial Anatomy Training

We are running a cadaver dissection teaching session on Facial Anatomy This training will cover in detail the upper face (including the tear trough and peri ocular anatomy), the lower face and neck.  With each anatomical area, Mr Humzah will discuss technical considerations when treating using non-surgical (blunt cannulae and needle) and surgical procedures; as well as complications and their anatomical basis. Adequate time is permitted during and after the session to allow for discussion as this will be a very interactive class.
The session numbers will be low to allow those who attend to get the most from the training and we encourage individuals to specify particular areas that they wish to address so we ensure that we incorporate this. There will be a maximum of 6 delegates per tutor, we will run a morning session which will commence at 9am and finish at 12:30pm and an afternoon session from 1:30pm until 4pm, with light refreshments included. The cost for each session is £550 which includes a comprehensive delegate pack with anatomical illustrations, a reference list and certificate of attendance.

The training is independent of any pharmaceutical endorsement with the sole aim to promote a better anatomical awareness when performing Aesthetic  treatments.
Mr M D Humzah
BSc, MBBS, AKC, FRCS(Glasgow), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Plast), MBA
Mr Dalvi Humzah was a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the NHS for 15 years and has maintained a plastic surgery private practice for over 10 years. He has always taken an active interest in teaching and training and has been the STEP® Tutor for the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is an examiner for the Intercollegiate MRCS for the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow. He is the Plastic Surgery Representative on the MAC at the Nuffield Health Wolverhampton and Cheltenham Hospitals and was previously the Chairman of the MAC, Chairman of the Greater Midlands Skin Cancer NSSG and Co-Chairman of the UK Botulinum Toxin Group for Aesthetics (UKBTGA). He is currently also a Regional Advisor for The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He is a Key Opinon Leader for the Aesthetic Industry and actively teaches and lectures nationally and internationally on head and neck anatomy. 
Venue  2nd September 2013
The Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre,
The University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ

                                    Other Venues:  London, Bristol & Coventry dates TBA

For training enquiries & bookings please contact Miss A L Baker
07739378693 or
via email [email protected]

Monday, 15 July 2021

A Message from Mr Graeme Perks, BAPRAS President

Dear PLASTA members

I have now spent six months as the President of BAPRAS in which time I have had the pleasure of meeting a small number of you. I am writing to remind you that I am here to try and help, though sometimes I may not achieve our mutual goals. Please don’t hesitate to be in touch

I would like to thank those of you who came to the summer meeting in Nottingham. I know that there was a good deal of exchange of ideas, both nationally and internationally, and I hope that some of the contacts will be of use to you in the future.

I wish you all the very best for what I hope will be an enjoyable summer and look forward to serving you the best I can in the next 18 months.

Best wishes
Graeme Perks
President 2013-2014

Wednesday, 10 July 2021

Clinical Research Fellow in Plastic Surgery / Resident Medical Officer

Location: Brighton & Hove
Start Date: from May 2013

Applications are invited for a full-time post for 1-2 years to undertake clinical research leading to an MSc / MD / PhD.

The work will involve the development of objective assessment tools in the evaluation of treatments for facial palsy. It is expected that the work will contribute to a higher degree. The Post will commence from May 2013

The Research
The candidates will join a suite of projects developing novel objective assessment tools to evaluate the outcomes of facial palsy treatments. 

£40,000- £52,000 depending on grade & experience.

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ESPRAS Meeting 2014


12th Quadrennial Meeting of the European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
Sunday 6 - Friday 11 July 2014,
Edinburgh International Conference 

Leading international speakers confirmed including:
Demetrius Evriviades, UK
Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, Canada
Fu Chan Wei, Taiwan
Gary Burget, USA
Gino Rigotti, Italy
Hans de Bruijn, Holland
John Thompson, Australia
Laurent Lantieri, France
Olivier Gerbault, France
Peet van Deventer, South Africa
Peter M. Vogt, Germany
Simon Kay, UK
Vishy Mahadevan, UK
Werner Audretsch, Germany

Full scientific programme
Surgical Skills Masterclasses
Dedicated Nurses' Programme
Non Surgical Aesthetic Workshop
Oral Abstract Sessions
Poster Session

Exciting social programme
The perfect opportunity to network with colleagues and industry peers
while sampling the best Edinburgh has to offer!

Key dates
Deadline for submission of abstracts 6th November 2013
Registration open 1st October 2013
Notification of acceptance 28th February 2014
Deadline for early registrations 30th April 2014

Abstract submission is open! 
 Click here to submit an abstract
Congress Secretariat:
ESPRAS 2014 Ltd
26-28 Hammersmith Grove, London W6 &HA
+44 (0)208 748 886
[email protected]

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William P Adams, Jr on breast surgery
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"How I do it" masterclass
Interactive video sessions on advanced operative technique

Participants may claim up to 12 CME points

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Thursday, 4 July 2021

Clinical Research Fellowship in Manchester

A full time Clinical Research Fellow is required to join the Burns and Plastic Surgery Department at the new Manchester Children's Hospital commencing August 2013. 

The salary for this post will be £30,002 to £39,693

The candidate will be expected to adopt a research project leading up to a higher degree and register with the University of Manchester. This post is initially available for a period of two years renewable depending on the higher degree for which the candidate has registered. This post would be ideal for a surgeon intending to pursue a career in Burns and Plastic Surgery. The research project will involve clinical/basic science research project on a burn injury related topic. 

In addition, the candidate will be required to participate in out-of-hours rota for the Burns and Plastic Surgery department at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on a full shift system at the ST1-3 grade. 

The candidate will be expected to have obtained the membership of the Royal College of Surgeons in the UK and preferably have worked in a Burns and Plastic Surgery Department for at least 6 months prior to application for this post and must hold FRCS/MRCS.

For further enquires please contact Miss Shah, Consultant Plastic Surgeon on 0161 701 8140.

This post does not have educational approval from the Postgraduate Dean, but training will be provided in the same way as for other trainees at the same level. 

Your application will not be considered if you have not fully completed an Application Form. You can also download a job description and Application Form by visiting our website 

Please quote MS-5813 in all correspondence.

Closing date for applications: Thursday 25th July 2013

Wednesday, 26 June 2021

MSc in Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UCL

Applications are open for the new MSc in burns, plastic and reconstructive surgery at UCL.

Further details are available from the website.

"This new programme aims to impart a core Knowledge and understanding of burns, plastic and reconstructive surgery techniques, and to equip healthcare professionals and scientists with the research techniques and translational tools necessary for research in this expanding field. 

Students will acquire both scientific and clinical research skills in plastic and reconstructive surgery, develop the necessary transferable skills (laboratory, critical, synthetic), and learn an appreciation of the needs and requirements of patients requiring this speciality."