Thursday, 26 September 2021

Invitation for an afternoon with Mark Hunter and David Drake

An afternoon with Mark Hunter and David Drake

Wednesday, 25 September 2021

ESPRAS 2014, Edinburgh - Abstract Submission Open


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

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Tuesday, 24 September 2021

Current concepts in aesthetic breast surgery - RSM, Oct 1st

Current concepts in aesthetic breast surgery

Tuesday 1 October 2021
Venue: Royal Society Of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE

8.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

8.30 am

Welcome introduction
Mr Martin Vesely, President, Plastic Surgery Royal Society of Medicine, London

8.35 am

Breast implants: A review of clinical evidence
Frank Lista, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

9.20 am

Breast augmentation in breast asymmetry
Patrick Mallucci, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital, London

9.50 am

Treatment of breast ptosis: An algorithm for surgical correction
Frank Lista, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

10.30 am

Tea and coffee break

10.50 am

Capsular contracture: Aetiology, prevention and management
Miss Anne Dancey, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, University Hospital Birmingham

11.20 am

Vertical breast reduction: The essentials for achieving superior aesthetic results
Frank Lista, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

12.05 pm

Wrinkling and rippling in breast augmentation: Avoidance and management
Joe O'Donoghue, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle

12.35 pm

Question and answer session

12.45 pm


1.30 pm

Augmentation-mastopexy: Planning and procedure
Frank Lista, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

2.15 pm

Tuberous breast deformity: Classification and management
Marc Pacifico, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead

2.45 pm

Tea and coffee break

3.00 pm

Revision breast augmentation: Avoiding trouble and getting the best result
Nick Percival, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, London

3.45 pm

Lemon juice and optimism bias: How surgeons make mistakes
Frank List, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, Toronto, Canada

4.45 pm

Question and answer session

4.55 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

5.00 pm

Close of meeting

Saturday, 21 September 2021

Aesthetic Training Survey

Mr Tony Armstrong, the BAPRAS/RCS Aesthetic Surgery tutor would like your help with gauging trainees' views relating to aesthetic surgery training.

Please follow the link before and complete the short survey.

Friday, 20 September 2021

St Andrew's Centre Reconstructive and Aesthetic Breast Surgery Conference 2013

After a very successful conference in 2012, the St Andrew's Reconstructive and Aesthetic Breast Surgery Conference is back. It will take place on the 4th and 5th November at the Postgraduate Medical Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, UK. It is now only 6 weeks away and so annual leave requests need to be ASAP! For more information and to register visit

Friday, 13 September 2021

Clinical Research Fellow in Plastic Surgery / Resident Medical Officer

Clinical Research Fellow in Plastic Surgery / Resident Medical Officer

Location: Brighton & Hove
Start Date: from February 2014

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.

Other Responsibilities
  • To provide qualified medical cover for private patients 24 hours per day on a week on/ week off rota basis. 
  • To ensure that high standards of patient care are maintained at all time in accordance with agreed operational policies, as a skilled member of the hospital team. 

  • Minimum equivalent experience as a 2nd year Senior House Officer 
  • Up to date knowledge in acute medicine/surgery
  • Must have undertaken an orthopaedic post 
  • Up to date life support training
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Computer literate 
  • Attendance of mandatory training sessions 

The newly built hospital provides accommodation during the RMO period. The hospital has 20 in-patient beds and 3 operating theatres. 

The post holder will be expected to have experience in producing academic publications and audit.

Interested candidates are encouraged to discuss the position informally with Mr Charles Nduka, Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead RH19 3DZ, 0845 838 6996,  
Applications (covering letter and CV) should be sent by email to:  

Monday, 9 September 2021

Marrakech World Aesthetic Congress

Marrakech World Aesthetic Congress

Friday, 6 September 2021

Locum Consultant Post in Belfast

A consultant with a special interest in Breast reconstruction and Burns, with burns reconstruction is on leave for 4 months from oct/nov 2013 and a locum is required.

Ideally the candidate should be within 6 months of CCT and be post FRCS(PLAST).

There would be the opportunity for independent practice with a nominated supervisor.

There would be a requirement that all occupational health and access checks are up to date with the current employer.

If anyone is interested they could contact Miss Claire Black for further information.

Thursday, 5 September 2021

Clinical Cosmetic and Reconstructive EXPO, London Olympia, 11th October - Free places available.

The RCSEng has been awarded 50 free places to attend the Clinical Cosmetic and Reconstructive EXPO at London Olympia on Friday 11th October. The places include entry to all sessions on the Friday and lunch. Throughout the day there will be parallel sessions running on Reconstructive Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery and Non-Surgical Discussions.

Full programme details can be found at;

Those interested please email