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Welcome to Aesculap Academia

Aesculap Academia enjoys a world-wide reputation for providing continuing education for health-care professionals including surgeons, physicians, nurses and anaesthetists.

Our CPD accredited courses consist of a variety of teaching methods including hands-on workshops, seminars and lecture based conferences.

We are proud to announce that in recognition of outstanding surgery-related educational provision by a surgical education centre, The Royal College of Surgeons of England has awarded Aesculap Academia (UK) centre accreditation; An award of excellence.
This partnership and accreditation will enable us to ensure the highest standards of education in surgery are met.

We are pleased to welcome suggestions on specific areas of interest or ideas for future courses that you may want to discuss further with our team of experts.

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10th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgery Masterclass

10th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgery Masterclass

05. - 06.12.2019
United Kingdom - Liverpool

10th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgery Masterclass

The 10th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgery Masterclass will be taking place on Thursday 5th – Friday 6th December at the Hope Street Hotel, Liverpool. Further information TBC.» More

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgery Patient 2019

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgery Patient 2019

09. - 10.12.2019
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgery Patient 2019

THIS COURSE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED! If you wish to be added to the waiting please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com and you will be notified if a place becomes available. We are happy to announce that due to popular demand we have confirmed dates for a second Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgery Patient course in 2019. The course will be taking place in Sheffield on Monday 9th December at B. Braun Medical Ltd and Tuesday 10th December at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. This course is aimed at ANPs and junior neurosurgical trainees (FY2-ST3) who are not only involved in the care of neurosurgical patients, but at the same time, with progression in career, would be asked for advice by more junior foundation trainees or hospital nurse practitioners. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com and you will be added onto our waiting list. Places are limited and will therefore be given on a first come first serve basis. We hope to see you in Sheffield!» More

12TH COMFORTABLY NUMB IN CHELTENHAM

12TH COMFORTABLY NUMB IN CHELTENHAM

13.12.2019
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

12TH COMFORTABLY NUMB IN CHELTENHAM

This is a one day course, ideal for all anaesthetists from those with little or no experience in regional anaesthesia to those looking to refresh their knowledge. The day is a balanced combination of workshops and lectures covering all aspects of regional anaesthesia including: ▌ An introduction to ultrasound ▌ Benefits, risks and outcomes ▌ Elastomeric pumps and rectus sheath catheters ▌ Equipment ▌ Upper and lower limb blocks» More

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2020

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2020

23. - 24.01.2020
United Kingdom - London

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2020

The British Skull Base Society Meeting 2020 will be taking place at the Pullman London St Pancras Hotel on Thursday 23rd - Friday 24th January. The theme of the London BSBS will be chordoma and chondrosarcoma with presentations from visiting speakers Dr Shaan Raza, Professor of Neurosurgery from MD Anderson Cancer Centre and Professor Diego Mazzatenta, Professor of Neurosurgery from Bologna. Tweet us using #BSBSLondon» More

SAVE THE DATE: 3RD INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY THYROID AND PARATHYROID SYMPOSIUM

SAVE THE DATE: 3RD INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY THYROID AND PARATHYROID SYMPOSIUM

01.02.2020
United Kingdom - London

SAVE THE DATE: 3RD INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY THYROID AND PARATHYROID SYMPOSIUM

The 3rd International International Multidisciplinary Thyroid and Parathyroid Symposium will take place at St Mary’s Medical School in London on Saturday 1st February 2020. This is a part satellite-linked meeting with the Indian Association of Thyroid Surgeons – Chikhaldara Thyroid Surgery Camp. Innovative topics include: • New horizons in parathyroid gland management • Clinical controversies in the execution of parathyroidectomy • Live operating U.K. Thyroidectomy and APS • Live operating India – Thyroidectomy with a Cervical Epidural Registration will be open soon, in the meantime if you wish to register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com. We hope to see you in London!» More

THE BRITISH NEUROVASCULAR GROUP MEETING 2020

THE BRITISH NEUROVASCULAR GROUP MEETING 2020

06. - 07.02.2020
United Kingdom - Stoke On Trent

THE BRITISH NEUROVASCULAR GROUP MEETING 2020

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN! In order to submit your abstract please visit: bnvg2020.exordo.com SUBMISSION DEADLINE - 15TH DECEMBER 2019 The British Neurovascular Group welcomes free papers in both oral and poster format. INTRODUCTION The modern management of neurovascular pathologies require close cooperation between Neurosurgeons and Endovascular Radiologists. The team working spirit is essential in the era of evidence based Medicine and paramount in our efforts to achieve excellent results in patient’s care. This year’s BNVG meeting will focus on the management of unruptured aneurysms and AVMs as well as offering opportunity to focus on some less frequently discussed topics, including paediatric neurovascular pathologies. There will also be a forum to discuss the ongoing development of our subarachnoid haemorrhage audit and a free paper and sandpit session for the presentation submitted abstracts. We look forward to seeing you in Stoke on Trent!» More

SAVE THE DATE: CHANGING PRACTICE TO IMPROVE SAFETY

SAVE THE DATE: CHANGING PRACTICE TO IMPROVE SAFETY

04.03.2020
United Kingdom - Birmingham

SAVE THE DATE: CHANGING PRACTICE TO IMPROVE SAFETY

This workshop will take place on Wednesday 4th March at The International Convention Centre, Birmingham. The workshop has been developed to provide a platform for the sharing of information and the stimulation of discussion on the best ways that trusts can act in order to improve patient safety.» More

NOTTINGHAM ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA COURSE

NOTTINGHAM ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA COURSE

06.03.2020
United Kingdom - Nottingham

NOTTINGHAM ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA COURSE

The Nottingham regional anaesthesia team are excited to provide this one day ultrasound scanning course. The day will focus on areas covered by ultrasound in regional anaesthesia. We provide a ‘faculty heavy’ course with a maximum of 3 delegates per station and plenty of hands-on scanning experience. Whether you are new to ultrasound in regional anaesthesia or want to brush up on your knowledge, this should be an enjoyable and informative day to recharge your enthusiasm for regional anaesthesia techniques.» More

BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP MEETING 2020

BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP MEETING 2020

10. - 11.03.2020
United Kingdom - Nottingham

BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP MEETING 2020

We are delighted to welcome you to Nottingham for the BCIG Annual Conference 2020. Our venue is the fabulous De Vere conference centre on the University of Nottingham campus. It has a dedicated car park, on-site accommodation and is just 4 miles from Nottingham railway station. Our theme of ‘Improving Hearing Healthcare in the 21st Century’ gives us the opportunity to look forwards toward services of the future and consider the exciting research and developments of today, which will change care for hearing impaired people in years to come.» More

SAVE THE DATE British Paediatric Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2020

SAVE THE DATE British Paediatric Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2020

12. - 13.03.2020
United Kingdom - Oxford

SAVE THE DATE British Paediatric Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2020

We are happy to announce that the British Paediatric Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2020 will be taking place on Thursday 12th – Friday 13th March 2020 at the Jury’s Inn, Oxford. Further information to be announced in due course. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com and you will be added to our waiting list. We hope to see you in Oxford!» More

SAVE THE DATE: The 15th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

SAVE THE DATE: The 15th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

07. - 09.04.2020
United Kingdom - London

SAVE THE DATE: The 15th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

The 15th London Head and Neck Dissection Course is a three day intensive course. It includes instructional sessions, supervised cadaver dissection (two delegates per cadaver), live surgery and expert panel discussions. A major feature is to investigate the anatomy relevant to an array of head and neck surgical procedures on cadavers which have been specifically prepared (by non formaldehyde technique) to preserve tissue planes and simulate real surgery. To register your interest in this course please email the following details to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com: - Profession - Hospital - Telephone Number PLEASE NOTE: Dates are to TBC. If you have any issues please contact us. » More

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course with Cadaveric Anatomy 2020

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course with Cadaveric Anatomy 2020

23. - 24.04.2020
United Kingdom - Bristol

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course with Cadaveric Anatomy 2020

We invite consultants and trainees to participate in this regional anaesthesia ultrasound scanning course including: ▌ Anatomy demonstration ▌ Overview of scanning anatomy ▌ Practise and improve current skills: scanning technique and machine operation ▌ Practise needling technique ▌ Expert discussions» More

BAHNO 2020 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

BAHNO 2020 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

15.05.2020
United Kingdom - London

BAHNO 2020 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

REGISTER NOW! Please go to the BAHNO website now to book your place onto the meeting - www.bahnomeeting.com You can also find all further meeting information. ABSTRACTS in order to submit your abstract please vsit: https://bahno2020.exordo.com BAHNO welcomes abstracts from all specialties involved in head and neck cancer treatment and prevention. Prizes are available for outstanding contributions in both oral and poster presentation categories, with a particular emphasis on submissions by trainees and AHPs. SUBMISSION DEADLINE - SUNDAY 26TH JANUARY 2020 Please note this is a strict deadline in order to allow selection by the academic committee with sufficient time for the successful candidates to book appropriate study leave. Any incomplete abstracts will be considered less favourably.» More

SAVE THE DATE SonoUK 2020: A Festival of Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Courses

SAVE THE DATE SonoUK 2020: A Festival of Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Courses

21. - 22.05.2020
United Kingdom - Gateshead

SAVE THE DATE SonoUK 2020: A Festival of Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Courses

SONOUK 2020 A FESTIVAL OF POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND COURSES THURSDAY 21ST – FRIDAY 22ND MAY 2020 BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts Gateshead Quayside Email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com to register your interest. Fees and more information can be found in the save the date document attached.» More

CAOSUK ANNUAL CONFERENCE COMBINED MEETING WITH SICOT

CAOSUK ANNUAL CONFERENCE COMBINED MEETING WITH SICOT

04. - 05.06.2020
United Kingdom - London

CAOSUK ANNUAL CONFERENCE COMBINED MEETING WITH SICOT

On behalf of the CAOSUK 2020 organising committee, it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the Annual Meeting of our Society in London at the Royal Society of Medicine. This year marks the 15th year of the founding of our society and the 6th since we joined as a specialist society of the British Orthopaedic Association. The meeting will be truly international as it will be combined with SICOT. The congress will be followed by a two day CAOSUK EduQual course to be held for the first time at the Imperial College for those wishing to obtain Certification in Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery. The programme committee has arranged for an exciting scientific programme. The sessions this year will be arranged in a format to showcase both new technology as well as traditional clinical outcomes. All moderators are experts in the field of Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery and will invigorate the discussions. The advent of computers into all aspect of our lives has been explosive in the past decade and the conference aims to equip both the experts and the novice; the old and the young surgeons with the necessary tools to embark on the next part of this incredible journey. We invite free papers from all over the world and will be providing prizes for the best podium presentation and poster. There will be debates, interactive lectures, plenary speakers from leaders in their fields and invited keynote lectures. The focus will move from computer navigation to include the essential fields of robotics, advanced medical imaging, individual assessments of soft tissue characteristics and customisation. The science and desirability of enhanced recovery, perioperative care and outpatient athroplasty will be debated. The SICOT session will focus on simulation, machine learning and artificial intelligence in the field of education, which will be presented by champions and debated by traditionalists. London in June has much to offer with long summery days and numerous festivals and outdoor programmes throughout the city. We would hope you will be able to extend your stay to take in the sights and culture of this iconic city. The Royal Society of Medicine is a venue steeped in history and right in the heart of the city. Recently refurbished the conference facilities are second to none. Ajeya Adhikari MS(Orth), MCh(Orth), FRCS(Orth) President British Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS UK) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre Chairman Computers and Enabling Technologies Committee, SICOT Member Robotic Advisory Group, Royal College of Surgeons, England Early bird fees valid until Tuesday 31st March 2020 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION In order to submit your abstract please copy and paste the below link: www.easychair.org/my/conference?conf=caosuk2020# CAOSUK and SICOT welcome free papers in both oral and poster format. Prizes for best oral presentation and best poster will be awarded. SUBMISSION DEADLINE - SUNDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2020 » More

5TH INTERNATIONAL MASTERY LEARNING COURSE IN ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA

5TH INTERNATIONAL MASTERY LEARNING COURSE IN ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA

11. - 12.06.2020
United Kingdom - Dundee

5TH INTERNATIONAL MASTERY LEARNING COURSE IN ULTRASOUND GUIDED REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA

ONE-TO-ONE TRAINING COURSE USING THE SOFT EMBALMED THIEL CADAVER SIMULATOR A novel training course using proven mastery techniques to ensure competence. The course includes: ▌ Constant one-to-one block supervision by top UK experts ▌ Blocks conducted on the soft embalmed thiel cadaver – A durable, life-like simulator of UGRA ▌ Guaranteed 7.5 hours block instruction ▌ 3 hour instruction on volunteer scanning with interactive teaching ▌ Unique performance feedback to delegates using eye tracking, head and hand motion analysis and psychometric feedback ▌ Approved by RA-UK ▌ Module approved by the first higher degree qualification in Regional Anaesthesia, Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia ▌ CPD applied for through the Royal College of Anaesthetists ▌ Psychologists and simulation engineers in attendance to measure your performance MSC EDUCATIONAL GRANT Educational grants are available to students participating in the MSc programme in regional anaesthesia at the Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia. Please contact Andrew Simpson by email at Andrew.D.Simpson@uea.ac.uk to request more information. Please note places are limited and will be given on a first come first serve basis. Therefore we advise booking early to avoid disappointment.» More

1ST REHABILITATION CONFERENCE FOR HEARING IMPAIRMENT

1ST REHABILITATION CONFERENCE FOR HEARING IMPAIRMENT

19.06.2020
United Kingdom - Leeds

1ST REHABILITATION CONFERENCE FOR HEARING IMPAIRMENT

EARLY BIRD FEE VALID UNTIL FRIDAY 10TH APRIL 2020. Rehabilitation for children and adults with hearing loss is often overlooked. This conference is open to Teachers of the Deaf, Speech and Language Therapists and Hearing Therapists working in the community with children and adults using hearing aids or cochlear implants, together with rehabilitation professionals who work within cochlear implant teams. The aim of the conference is to share information via oral presentations, posters, and workshops as well as to network and develop working relationships. The conference is designed to meet the needs of professionals working with children or adults. To this aim there will be designated paediatric and adult sessions as well as presentations relevant to all delegates.» More

2nd New Developments and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

2nd New Developments and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

26.06.2020
United Kingdom - London

2nd New Developments and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

This is a multidisciplinary meeting which will interest surgeons, endocrinologists, oncologists, CNSs, AHPs and trainees. ORGANISING COMMITTEE Paul Carroll Consultant Endocrinologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Dae Kim Consultant ENT Surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London Enyi Ofo Consultant ENT-Head and Neck Surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London Ricard Simo Consultant Otorhinolaryngologist Head, Neck and Thyroid Surgeon, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust, London We hope to see you in London! Please tweet us during the event using #2ndThyroidControv» More

SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE TEACHING ANATOMY FROM CLASSICAL TO MODERN TIMES

SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE TEACHING ANATOMY FROM CLASSICAL TO MODERN TIMES

26. - 27.06.2020
United Kingdom - Edinburgh

SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE TEACHING ANATOMY FROM CLASSICAL TO MODERN TIMES

Announcing a forthcoming symposium hosted by The Scottish Society of the History of Medicine with the British Society for the History of Medicine. This prestigious event aims to explore surgical history in relation to understanding and acknowledging the extensive body of knowledge and teaching methods used which has allowed anatomical art and science to develop. Discussions are welcomed from a range of perspectives including historical, social, cultural and modern innovations. This conference is aimed at medics with an interest in history and historians with an interest in medicine. Abstract submissions will open on 11th November 2019. In order to submit your abstract please visit: https://ScottishSociety.exordo.com ▌ Abstracts on any of the symposium topics are invited. Abstracts on any other aspect of the history of anatomy teaching will also be considered. ▌ Oral presentations will be 15 minutes long with 5 minutes for questions. ▌ Posters must conform to the required format. (To be confirmed upon acceptance) ▌ Abstract titles should be no more than 15 words in length and the abstract text no more than 150 words per section submitted.» More

SAVE THE DATE: Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

SAVE THE DATE: Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

29. - 30.06.2020
United Kingdom - Leeds

SAVE THE DATE: Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

This course is designed for neurosurgeons and otolaryngologists at senior trainee and consultant levels who are interested in the most recent developments in endoscopic surgery of the cranial base and pituitary gland. This comprehensive two day course, limited to 11 delegates for 6 hands-on stations, is a presentation of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques for the anterior skull base and pituitary fossa. Experts on the subject will present the anatomical, pathophysiological and technical aspects of surgery along with risks, benefits, complications such as CSF leak and outcomes. Also endocrinology, neuro-radiology and anaesthetic aspects of endoscopic anterior skull base surgery will be covered. Teaching is through hands-on cadaveric dissection with a 1:2 faculty to delegate ratio and lecture / video presentations including 3D anatomy of the paranasal sinus and skull base. Simulation stations will also be available throughout the course, which provides more opportunity for hands–on practice. All catering is provided throughout the day including a course dinner.» More

SAVE THE DATE The Implantable Acoustic Devices Conference

SAVE THE DATE The Implantable Acoustic Devices Conference

10. - 11.09.2020
United Kingdom - Oxford

SAVE THE DATE The Implantable Acoustic Devices Conference

Wee are happy to announce that the Implantable Acoustic Devices Conference will be taking place at Keble College in Oxford on Thursday 10th - Friday 11th September 2020. Further information to follow in due course. If you wish to be added to the waiting list to receive the latest updates please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com.» More

9th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference

9th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference

03. - 04.12.2020
United Kingdom - London

9th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference

We are happy to announce that the 9th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference will be taking place at the Hallam Conference Centre in London on Thursday 3rd - Friday 4th December 2020. TOPICS - Neuroma - Accessory bones - Cuboid syndrome - Tendinopathy - Chronic exertional compartment syndrome of the foot - Effect of foot orthoses on kinematics - Advances in biomechanical paradigms Workshops GROUP BOOKINGS Discounts are available. Please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com for details. We look forward to welcoming you to London!» More

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