This study day explains the causes of bowel dysfunction after rectal cancer treatment, how to conduct a comprehensive assessment and introduces a range of interventions that can help in improving bowel function and thus also quality of life.
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20 Jun 18
A 3 day, practical course providing laboratory based practice of intermediate laparoscopic skills, aimed at surgical trainees (SPR) with some prior experience of laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, allowing easy exchange of ideas and experiences.
15 Jun 18
This 2 day cadaver course provides intense hands-on practical training in upper and lower gastrointestinal surgery for surgical trainees.
14 Jun 18
Degree-level module on Abdominal Care for healthcare professionals; 20 credits from Birmingham City University
This research roadshow will promote colorectal research and the research agenda for the Association of Coloproctology, Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) as set out by the recent Delphi process. It will educate delegates “how to” enrol to trials highlighting the pitfalls and challenges investigators and the research team face.
8 Jun 18
Two day event at St Mark's Hospital focusing on pelvic floor disorders and anal fistula
Educational meeting for colorectal & O&G health professionals/GPs/GP Trainees/nurses/midwives
1 Jun 18
This course will be held in the Clinical Anatomy Skills Centre (CASC).
This abdominal trauma course is aimed at general surgery and vascular surgical trainees at the CT1, ST8 level Course Director: Mr S Robertson MD FRCS
29 May 18
A two day practical & comprehensive hands-on cadaveric course.