IBD Surgical Outcome Registry

The Management of Anorectal Pelvic Floor Disorders

14 Jul -
15 Jul 15
14 July - 15 July 2015
The Royal College of Surgeons of England 35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields London WC2A 3PE

Pelvic floor disorders form a large part of the workload of the colorectal surgeon. This hands-on course, using unembalmed cadaveric material, provides further training, both theoretical and practical, for the middle-grade to senior trainee in this important area of coloproctology.

There will be the opportunity for supervised training in surgical techniques on unembalmed cadaveric material in a clinical field that is often overlooked during the training process. The aim is to provide trainees with the background to the nature of these disorders and to demonstrate both conservative and surgical approaches. Trainees will learn how to investigate these problems, the limits of these investigations and have an opportunity to experience a variety of approaches.

Target audience:  ST5-8 and SAS Grades

Further information / registration

Contact:  RCS Education

Tel: +44 (0)20 7869 6300