Open to ACPGBI members at no cost. There will be a charge of £50 for the day for non-members
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Suitable for FY2—CT2 trainees or equivalent who have successfully completed a RCS Basic Surgical Skills Course
This one day workshop provides exposure to the theoretical principles and practical techniques of gastrointestinal anastomosis. Now in its 8th year, it provides an excellent opportunity to perform a high volume and variety of hand sewn and stapled anastomoses on wet lab specimens in a stress free controlled environment. The aim of the course is to shorten the learning curve for these essential surgical techniques and provide trainees with the confidence to transfer these skills directly to the operating theatre.
4 Oct 19
Suitable for: FY1-CT2
This meeting will focus on management of IBD and will be chaired by Mr Jamshed Shabbir
4 Oct 19
The course is designed for hands-on practice on Thiel cadavers
Consultants, Fellows and ST7 to ST8 with an interest in pelvic floor dysfunction
Each sessions will be preceded by talks and video presentations followed by cadaveric practical session and demonstration
A one day small group observational course including live operating and talks covering the current evidence, theatre set up / positioning / docking, the technique and the pitfalls of robotic colorectal cancer resection.
2 Oct 19
A three day practical workshop in specialist colorectal procedures. Including an interactive hands-on session in the wet lab, presentations and live surgery.
1 Oct 19
The course is suitable for consultants and senior trainees