Monday, 9 March 2022

Aberdeen Hand Course: 18-19th May 2015

The Aberdeen Hand Course is a highly interactive hands-on course that is structured to meet the training needs of surgeons in training in plastic or orthopaedic surgery. 

Participants will learn the surgical techniques in dealing with hand trauma, with the emphasis on soft tissue injuries, including tendon repair and flap reconstruction, and bone fracture fixation.
The 2-day course format includes practical skill sessions using fresh frozen cadavers. The specimens are well preserved and closely simulate the clinical situation.

Monday 18th May 2015
08.30 - 09.00    Registration and Coffee
09.00 - 09.30    Extensor tendons
09.30 - 10.00    Flexor tendons
10.00 - 10.30    Local flaps (finger) part 1
10.30 - 10.35    Pre-dissection instructions
11.00 - 12.30    Dissection session (flexor tendon repair and local flaps)

12.30 - 13.15    Lunch Break

13.15 - 13.45    Local Flaps (hand part 2)
13.45 - 14.15    Nerve repair and grafting
14.15 - 14.35    Regional anaesthesia in hand surgery
14.35 - 14.40    Pre-dissection instructions

Tuesday 19th May 2015
08.00 - 08:30    Coffee
08.30 - 09.00    Compartment syndrome and mangled hand
09.00 - 09.30    Metacarpal fractures
09.30 - 10.00    Phalangeal fractures
10.00 - 10.05    Pre-dissection instructions

10.05 - 10.30    Coffee

10.30 - 12.30    Dissection session (fixation of metacarpal and phalangeal fractures)

12.30 - 13.15    Lunch

13.15 - 13.45    MCPJ and PIPJ dislocation/fracture
13.45 - 14.15    Hand fractures in children
14.15 - 14.35    Hand infections
14.15 - 14.20    Pre-dissection instructions
14.20 - 16.30    Dissection session (fixation of hand fractures)

Visit http://www.aberdeensurgicalcourses.co.uk/hand-course.html to book a place.

Saturday, 7 March 2022

British Rhinoplasty meeting

The British Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons is pleased to announce the 3rd National Meeting which will take place on Friday April 17th
Distinguished guest speakers include Professor Ron Gruber - the American Rhinoplasty Society Travelling Professor 2015 and Mr Lucian Ion.

The BSRS has trainee and full membership categories. Full members are required to be on the Specialist Registers for either ENT, Plastic Surgery or Maxillofacial Surgery and also have an active rhinoplasty practice. Membership also requires a proposer and seconder who are current members. An annual audit of rhinoplasty practice is submitted by all members.

Trainee members need only show evidence of a training post in one of the above three specialities to apply for membership. 

Full membership and trainee membership allows free attendance at the two national meetings the BSRS hold each year. 
For those surgeons keen to simply attend a meeting without applying for membership, a registration fee of £200 per meeting is required with limited places available depending upon members uptake.

The aims of the society are to foster education and training in rhinoplasty surgery in the UK and provide support for trainees wishing to gain experience in this challenging area of surgery.

For further information please visit britishrhinoplasty.co.uk

Anil Banerjee
Secretary
BSRS

Friday, 6 March 2022

Head & Neck Meeting


Email James.Wokes@nuth.nhs.uk by 27 April to confirm your place

Aberdeen Hand Course

Aberdeen Hand Course 

18-19th May 
Taught on fresh cadavers with 1:1 delegate to instructor ratio
Covers all aspect of hand surgery, including flaps/tendons/fractures 

See http://www.aberdeensurgicalcourses.co.uk for details.

SENIOR CLINICAL FELLOW - CANNIESBURN

NHS GREATER GLASGOW & CLYDE
SENIOR CLINICAL FELLOW
RECONSTRUCTIVE PLASTIC SURGERY
REF: 35448D

Applications are invited for two 1 year posts within the internationally renowned Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit, based within Glasgow Royal Infirmary, commencing 3rd August 2015 until 1st August 2016.

Candidates who will be in possession of the FRCS(Plast), or equivalent specialty training accreditation at the time of commencing in post is desired, although not essential. Extensive experience in Burns and Plastic Surgery is a requirement (ST6/7 or above). A process exists to match training provision to the experience and training requirements of the successful candidate(s), who would be provided with an initial 6 month period of structured specialty training in plastic and reconstructive surgery. On the basis of educational and progress assessments, it is expected that candidates will then be provided with a further 6 month period of targeted training in a reconstructive subspecialisation of their choice.

The successful candidate would be on the ST-grade on call rota throughout the post. These posts are aimed at the senior trainee, from the U.K. or abroad, who seeks higher level training within one of the core sub-specialty remits of the Canneisburn Plastic Surgery Unit.

For more information call Professor Andrew Hart on 0141 211 5282.

For more details and to apply visit www.nhsggc.org.uk/trainingposts  or email nhsggcrecruitment@nhs.net or call 0845 3000 831


Closing Date:  Noon on the  27th March 2015