Friday, 19 December 2021

Extremity Reconstruction Fellow - Imperial NHS Trust

IMPERIAL COLLEGE HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST
Trust Doctor ST3+ in Extremity Reconstruction Fellow in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Ref: 290-TDP-B-296
We are actively looking for an Extremity Reconstruction Fellow (SpR equivalent) to join the Plastic and Reconstructive Service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust based primarily in the Major Trauma Centre at St Mary's Hospital.
The post is due to commence as soon as possible for 6 - 12 months.
The successful applicant will be expected to have the experience for clinical activity as laid out in the job description, including FRCS(Plast) or equivalent and preferably experience of working in a level 1 Trauma Centre. The post does not have Post Graduate Dean approval but has been recognised by the SAC so that the successful applicant can prospectively apply for the time to be recognised for training. The Fellow will work closely with the Extremity Reconstruction and Trauma Consultants in the care of both routine and emergency clinical problems. The post is based primarily at the St Mary’s site and to a lesser extent at Charing Cross Hospital. The post holder will join the SpR on call rota covering all Trust sites.
For informal discussions or further information, interested candidates should contact:
Mr Shehan Hettiaratchy, Consultant Plastic Surgeon - shehan.hettiaratchy@imperial.nhs.uk
Mr Jon Simmons, Consultant Plastic Surgeon - jonathan.simmons@imperial.nhs.uk
(Please DO NOT send CVs to Consultants)
Please apply on-line for this post. Only online applications will be considered. If you have any queries regarding the application form please contact hayley.bealing@imperial.nhs.uk quoting the relevant reference number.
Closing Date: 21st December 2014 
Late applications will not be considered

Job Type:
Fixed term
Working pattern:
£30,002 - 47,175 pa basic
Pay Scheme:
Hospital Medical and Dental Staff
Pay Band:
Specialty Registrar
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Specialty/Function:
Trust Doctor ST3+ in Extremity Reconstruction

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Closing Date:
21/12/2021
Contact Name:
Mr Shehan Hettiaratchy
Email Address:
shehan.hettiaratchy@imperial.nhs.uk

Saturday, 29 November 2021

Advances in facial reanimation | Wednesday 21 January 2022 - RSM

Meeting title: Advances in facial reanimation
Date: Wednesday 21 January 2022
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, London
8.30 am - 5.00 pm

 www.rsm.ac.uk/events/mxf02

The loss of facial muscle movements affects quality of life, facial form, appearance and function. The field of reanimative facial surgery has advanced considerably over the last 20 years with improved diagnostic and surgical techniques.

This meeting brings together leaders in the field of facial reanimation surgery from USA and Europe sharing their experiences, techniques and results.

Abstract deadline for the trainees' short papers session is Wednesday 10 December 2014.

Confirmed speakers
Professor Federico Biglioli, Consultant Maxillofacial and Reconstructive Surgeon, Milan, Italy
Dr Babak Azizzadeh, Otolaryngologist, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Centre for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery, Beverly Hills, USA
Mr Charles Nduka, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, West Sussex


MXF02 Poster

Monday, 24 November 2021

RCS Education Bursary

RCS Education Bursary

The College is committed to high quality surgical education and offers this bursary in order to promote accessibility to specialty skills training.

The bursary will provide up to £1,000 towards the course fees of an RCS Education course held at The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The range of courses includes:
  • Advanced Arthroscopic Knee
  • Advanced Skills in Breast Disease Management
  • Advanced Skills in Vascular Surgery
  • Amputations

Eligibility criteria
The award is open to Members and Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England who are ST5 level or above and hold a national training number, or be working as an SAS doctor or post-CCT fellow.
Judging criteria
  • Accurate completion of the application form
  • Evidence that the course will contribute to their learning objectives for the academic year and will contribute substantially to the furtherance of their career
  • Academic achievements
  • Commitment to education or educational activities
  • Response to question

Applications
Closing date for applications, which can be downloaded here is Wednesday 17th December 2014.
If you require any further information please contact RCS Education or on 0207 869 6300.

Dr Atul Gawande - 2014 Reith Lectures

Dr Atul Gawande - 2014 Reith Lectures

Atul Gawande, MD, MPH is a practicing surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Professor at both the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School.
In his lecture series, The Future of Medicine, Dr Atul Gawande will examine the nature of progress and failure in medicine, a field defined by what he calls 'the messy intersection of science and human fallibility'.
Known for both his clear analysis and vivid storytelling, he will explore the growing importance of systems in medicine and argue that the future role of the medical profession in our lives should be bigger than simply assuring health and survival.

The 2014 Reith Lectures

The first lecture, Why do Doctors Fail?, will explore the nature of imperfection in medicine. In particular, Gawande will examine how much of failure in medicine remains due to ignorance (lack of knowledge) and how much is due to ineptitude (failure to use existing knowledge) and what that means for where medical progress will come from in the future.
In the second lecture, The Century of the System, Gawande will focus on the impact that the development of systems has had - and should have in the future - on medicine and overcoming failures of ineptitude. He will dissect systems of all kinds, from simple checklists to complex mechanisms of many parts. And he will argue for how they can be better designed to transform care from the richest parts of the world to the poorest.
The third lecture, The Problem of Hubris, will examine the great unfixable problems in life and healthcare - aging and death. Gawande will argue that the reluctance of society and medical institutions to recognise the limits of what professionals can do is producing widespread suffering. But research is revealing how this can change.
The fourth and final lecture, The Idea of Wellbeing, will argue that medicine must shift from a focus on health and survival to a focus on wellbeing - on protecting, insofar as possible, people’s abilities to pursue their highest priorities in life. And, as he will suggest from the story of his father’s life and death from cancer, those priorities are nearly always more complex than simply to live longer.

Thursday, 20 November 2021

Doctor's Updates - Abstract Submission Open

Abstract submission is now open for the Doctor's Updates meeting.
This meeting takes place in Val d'Isere in February.

(There is rumour there may be skiing involved also)

Submit abstracts at www.doctorsupdates.com or to Ms. Joy Odili

Monday, 17 November 2021

Specialty Skills in Breast Surgery: Principles in Breast Reconstruction

Incorporating the principles of breast reconstruction and aesthetic breast evaluation, this course is designed to provide an introduction to the principles and practice of post mastectomy breast reconstruction surgery. The course is targeted at clinicians who wish to have a better understanding of breast aesthetics and decision-making in breast reconstruction techniques, and develop their skills in implant based reconstruction. The course is a practical hands-on course delivered by an experienced faculty of breast and plastic surgeons
This is a very popular course with a limit of 20 places. This course is usually fully booked, so please book early to avoid disappointment

12 - 13 March 2022 | London

The Royal College Of Surgeons Of England

Fee

Full Course Fee: £860.00 
RCS Members/Fellows: £774.00

Contact

education@rcseng.ac.uk or 020 7869 6300
Application formRegister your interest

Content

Day one
  • Breast and chest wall anatomy
  • How to perform breast assessment when considering breast reconstruction
  • Post mastectomy reconstruction - techniques, oncological factors and patient selection
  • Mastectomy for immediate reconstruction - tips and techniques, scar placement including nipple sparing mastectomy
  • Mastectomy for delayed breast reconstruction - tips and techniques, considerations in autologous breast reconstruction
  • A patient experience
  • Informing the patient - expectation vs. reality, how to do a reconstruction consultation
Day two
  • Implant characteristics and technologies
  • Perform a TE reconstruction on cadaveric tissue
  • Implant only reconstruction - patient selection and implant and instrument choices
  • Extending the role of implant based reconstruction- lower pole sling and acellular dermal sling assisted implant reconstruction
  • Cadaveric dissection for implant based reconstruction
  • Implant pitfalls and problems
  • Oncoplastic MDM: A collaborative approach

Course Director

Mr Richard Sutton
Consultant Breast Surgeon
Royal Bath Hospital

Mrs Isabella Karat
Consultant Breast Surgeon
Frimley Park Hospital

Thursday, 13 November 2021

Laing Essay Prize

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BAAPS Regional Aesthetic Training Day - Addenbrooks, December 1st



The Final BAAPS Regional Aesthetic Training day will be held in Cambridge on 1stDecember at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.  The topic is Facial Aesthetics.

Expect a full day with experts followed by a chance to do some mock vivas.  And it’s FREE!!!

Advance registration essential though - please email laura@baaps.org.uk to confirm your place.

CME points will be awarded to delegates.

EURAPS - Abstract closing date December 1st!

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Sunday, 9 November 2021

Congress of World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, Mumbai - March 2015

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Monday, 3 November 2021

Craniofacial Fellowship - Dublin


The National Paediatric Craniofacial Centre, Dublin, Ireland seeks a suitably qualified senior plastic surgery trainee with an interest in craniofacial surgery for a fellowship based at the Children’s University Hospital Temple Street and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

This is, part clinical part research 1 - 2 year fellowship with an opportunity to complete a Masters in Science/ Masters in surgery higher degree through the RCSI.

Clinical (2.5 days)
The Clinical aspect of the fellowship will be based at the NPCC  (the only craniofacial centre in Ireland) based at the Children’s University Hospital Temple Street where we undertake all aspects of craniofacial surgery with up to 65 cranial vault procedures per year. It also includes commitments to the adult Mater Misericordiae University Hospital where adult craniofacial surgery including orthognathic surgery is undertaken.

Research (2.5 days)
The research will be coordinated by the Craniofacial Research Group (CRG) and based at the RCSI under the direction of Prof Fergal O’Brien of the Tissue Engineering Research Group (TERG). A significant research grant has been successfully awarded to the NPCC by the Children’s Fund For Health (CFFH) for the research into mechanotransduction properties of craniosynostotic cells. A pilot study and proof of concept has been concluded and the study protocol is ready for commencement. 

Expressions of interest are sought from senior plastic surgery trainees who are committed to a career in craniofacial surgery and are willing to be part of the wider plastic surgery service at the NPCC and MMUH adult hospitals for occasional on-call commitments.

Enquiries to
Mr. Dylan Murray
Lead Clinician
National Paediatric Craniofacial Centre
Children’s University Hospital Temple Street
Dublin 7
Ireland


Email copy of CV to dylanmurray@plasticsurgeon.ie

Thursday, 23 October 2021

Consultant Breast Oncoplastic/Reconstructive Surgeon - York.

Consultant Breast Oncoplastic/Reconstructive Surgeon - Closing DATE Monday 27/10/2014!!


https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/e039e033e0ae7e341cbe268dbbb90659/?vac_ref=913533554

Job Reference: 419-YHT-1597

Employer:
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
General Surgery Dept
Location:
York
Salary:
£75,249 to £101,451 pa

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides acute hospital services for approximately 800,000 people living in and around York, North Yorkshire, North East Yorkshire and Ryedale - an area covering 3,400 square miles. The Trust has an annual turnover of approximately £440 million. We manage ten hospital sites, 1,127 beds (including day case beds) and have a workforce of roughly 8,500 staff working across our hospitals and in the community. Our main sites are our 700+ bedded teaching hospital in York, which has close proximity to the beautiful and historic city centre, and Scarborough Hospital which has an Accident and Emergency department and provides acute medical and surgical services, including trauma and intensive care services to the population and visitors to the North East Yorkshire Coast.

CONSULTANT IN BREAST AND ONCOPLASTIC SURGERY
Base: YorkHospital
REF: 419-YHT-1597
Whole Time or Job Share - 10 Programmed Activities
Please note; the acquisition of Scarborough and North East Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust was completed in July 2012.
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has an ambitious programme of service modernisation and a reputation for providing high quality services. Following the acquisition of Scarborough Hospital, the Trust is advancing its ambitious and exciting development of integrated services across York and Scarborough and in line with this an opportunity now exists to appoint a Consultant Breast Oncoplastic Surgeon, therefore we are now inviting applications to join the dynamic and rapidly evolving Breast team in York which may also present opportunities to work in Scarborough.
Candidates must be aware of the organisation's expectation, (where it is a requirement of the service) for them to be prepared to work across any of the Hospital sites managed by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Hospital sites include, York, Scarborough, Malton, Bridlington and Whitby. Please review the supporting documents for this vacancy or contact the department for more details on base location.
The Unit is looking to appoint a consultant with a specialist interest in oncoplastic and reconstructive breast surgery. Competence and expertise in a comprehensive range of reconstructive techniques (native and implant based), lipomodelling would be expected and experience in pedicled and free flaps would be desirable. In addition we would look for a colleague who had skills and training in surgical techniques to compliment the expertise of the existing surgeons. We would expect the appointee to support and further strengthen this service and offer a range of resection/reconstructive techniques to facilitate the further development of this service.
The department has close links with Hull and York Medical School (HYMS) offering interested candidates opportunities for undergraduate teaching or the development of management roles within the medical school.
Scarborough is situated in a beautiful part of the country on the edge of the Yorkshire moors national park with miles of beautiful coastline on the doorstep. The historical cultural city of York is situated just 40 miles inland.
Candidates must have a higher medical qualification (FRCS or equivalent) and be on the GMC Specialist Register for Breast Surgery, or be within six months of obtaining the CCT at the time of interview. A familiarity with issues of service organisation and development would be particularly advantageous.
The recruitment programme for this position will take place over two days as follows (please note that shortlisted candidates will need to be available to attend the Trust on all of the dates listed below):
  • Day 1 - 26th November 2014 Assessment Centre - all shortlisted candidates (deselective)
  • Day 2 - 27th November 2014 Interviews - candidates successful at Assessment Centre
For further information about these posts please contact Richard Morris, Directorate Manager for General Surgery & Urology across the Trust or Mr Ben Mancey- Jones, Lead Clinician for Breast Surgery across the Trust or Mr Stevan Stojkovic, Clinical Director for General Surgery & Urology across the Trust.
To apply, please go to nhs.jobs Applications packs in an alternative format can be obtained from the Medical Recruitment Department (telephone: 01904 721324The closing date for applications is at midnight on 27th October 2014.

Monday, 20 October 2021

Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction in Breast Cancer Care, Tuesday 9th December

The aim of this meeting is to provide a ‘state of the art’ analysis of miscrosurgical reconstruction of the breast as offered to patients with breast cancer within the breast cancer multidisciplinary care team. An analysis of the timing and type of reconstruction, the influence of adjuvant therapy in breast cancer care upon reconstructive strategies, and the range of presenting challenges will be given, and related to microsurgical and aesthetic outcomes.
By the close of this meeting, the faculty and delegates will have reviewed current challenges for the microsurgical reconstruction of the breast.
Delegates will be able to list the range of options for patients presenting with a variety of challenges for breast reconstruction in the MDT, understand decision - making with respect to timing and options in microsurgical breast reconstruction and the influence of adjuvant therapies upon the results. Delegates will understand the challenges facing reconstruction for partial breast deficiencies and salvage surgery, will be able to describe the patient journey in breast cancer care, and evaluate the outcomes of ‘best practice’.

www.rsm.ac.uk/events/psf03


Microsurgical Reconstuction in Breast Cancer Care 09.12.2021

Functional Septorhinoplasty Course, Newcastle, June 2015

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BAAPS Regional Training Day, Cambridge, 1st December 2014



The last BAAPS regional training day will take place on 1st December 2014 at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.

There will be a full day of teaching in aesthetic subjects from local surgeons and a visiting BAAPS expert.  There is no fee for trainees to attend but, please, register in advance by notifying
laura@baaps.org.uk

A full programme will be available soon

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Monday, 13 October 2021

Head and neck surgical anatomy: 'hands-on' cadaver workshop

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TIG Oncoplastic Breast Fellowship: A course for plastic surgery trainees

TIG Flyer and Appln Form

Sunday, 12 October 2021

Northeast Flap Course, September 2015

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BBA Education Day, 6 November 2021

Education Day Programme Flyer - 6.11.14

Education Day Emergency & Pre-Hospital Care Application Form - 6.11.14

Wednesday, 1 October 2021

Curry Night Returns

The Curry Night makes a very welcome return on the Wednesday night of Winter BAPRAS, November 26th.

It is very kindly sponsored by Eurosurgical.

Anybody interested in attending (and who wouldn't be) should RSVP to elin@eurosurgical.co.uk


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