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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.

Aesculap Academia courses are of premium quality and accredited by the respective medical societies and international medical associations.

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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The 3rd International Surgical Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

The 3rd International Surgical Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

12. - 13.09.2016
United Kingdom - Newcastle

The 3rd International Surgical Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

The course is designed to provide the cardiothoracic surgeon in training with didactic teaching and hands on cadaveric surgical training experience in surgical aspects of cardiopulmonary transplantation.

Delegates will have the opportunity to undertake cardiac and lung transplantation in fresh, frozen human cadavers under the guidance of a faculty of experienced surgeons. Delegates will also implant left ventricular assist devices, practise cannulation for ECMO and gain practical experience of ex vivo lung perfusion.

This is an intensive two day course of lectures, debate and hands on surgical practice and opportunity. The Institute of Transplantation, Freeman Hospital enjoys an international reputation for cardiopulmonary transplantation, mechanical assist devices, innovation and education in heart and lung failure surgery.» more

5th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference<br/>in Association with<br/>European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians<br/><br/>Inspiring Clinical Excellence - Thinking Beyond Biomechanics<br/><br/>Directorate Of Podiatric Medicine

5th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference
in Association with
European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

Inspiring Clinical Excellence - Thinking Beyond Biomechanics

Directorate Of Podiatric Medicine

16. - 17.09.2016
United Kingdom - London

5th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference
in Association with
European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

Inspiring Clinical Excellence - Thinking Beyond Biomechanics

Directorate Of Podiatric Medicine

The main aim of Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference is to provide affordable education and allow experts to share knowledge within their field.
The aim is also to better prepare the clinician to provide a wider range of treatment options for foot & ankle problems in sport. Open to podiatrists, podiatric surgeons, sports physicians, physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors and all students of respective professions.

Places are limited to 120 and will be offered on a first come first served basis.» more

Back to the Future with DCB<br/><br/>Total Arterial Restoration by PCI

Back to the Future with DCB

Total Arterial Restoration by PCI

23.09.2016
United Kingdom - Birmingham

Back to the Future with DCB

Total Arterial Restoration by PCI

Following the extremely successful inaugural DCB meeting in Birmingham, we would like to invite you to save the date for the second meeting in 2016. With continual advances and expansion in this clinical arena, we very much look forward to your attendance and welcoming you to Birmingham again» more

BSNR 2016 YORK<br/><br/>Abstract Submission Deadline 30th June 2016<br/><br/>We have reserved a number of bedrooms at the conference hotel which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.<br/><br/>Please be aware that there is a race meeting taking place at York Racecourse and therefore bedrooms in York may be in high demand!<br/><br/>Please contact the hotel directly on +44 (0) 1904 653 681<br/><br/>or visit<br/>www.hotelroyalyork.co.uk<br/><br/>Please quote BSNR Conference to take advantage of these rates

BSNR 2016 YORK

Abstract Submission Deadline 30th June 2016

We have reserved a number of bedrooms at the conference hotel which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please be aware that there is a race meeting taking place at York Racecourse and therefore bedrooms in York may be in high demand!

Please contact the hotel directly on +44 (0) 1904 653 681

or visit
www.hotelroyalyork.co.uk

Please quote BSNR Conference to take advantage of these rates

07. - 08.10.2016
United Kingdom - York

BSNR 2016 YORK

Abstract Submission Deadline 30th June 2016

We have reserved a number of bedrooms at the conference hotel which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please be aware that there is a race meeting taking place at York Racecourse and therefore bedrooms in York may be in high demand!

Please contact the hotel directly on +44 (0) 1904 653 681

or visit
www.hotelroyalyork.co.uk

Please quote BSNR Conference to take advantage of these rates

The British Society of Neuroradiologists and the Leeds Organising Team look forward to welcoming you to its annual conference in York on 7th and 8th October 2016.

An exciting programme is being compiled this year with world-renowned experts in their fields sharing their knowledge on interventional neuroradiology, adult and paediatric neuro-oncology and more.

York is one of the most diverse and interesting places to visit in the UK. It has layer upon layer of history with rare and even unique historical features. In addition, it has an increasing reputation as a city to enjoy great food and drink with warm Yorkshire hospitality thrown in.

York is readily accessible by train from almost every corner of the UK. Leave your car behind and explore the cobbled streets, unique shopping and many buildings and museums, some of which are of national and international significance.

Local organising committee: Tony Goddard, Stuart Currie, Daniel Warren, Ian Craven, Jeremy Macmullen-Price, John Straiton and Tufail Patankar.» more

Changing Practice to Improve Safety

Changing Practice to Improve Safety

12.10. - 12.07.2016
United Kingdom - Birmingham

Changing Practice to Improve Safety

B. Braun Medical Ltd has a long heritage in the delivery of intravenous pharmaceuticals and associated products to markets in the UK and Europe. As part of our continued commitment to ‘Sharing Expertise’ we are delighted to invite you to our 10th pharmacy workshop, dedicated to providing insight, information and guidance in relation to improving patient safety with injectable medicines.

This workshop will take place on Wednesday 12th October at The International Convention Centre, Birmingham. The format for the workshop will be 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.

Please download programme below for more information. » more

Minimally Invasive Head and Neck Surgery Symposium

Minimally Invasive Head and Neck Surgery Symposium

14.10.2016
United Kingdom - London

Minimally Invasive Head and Neck Surgery Symposium

Oropharyngeal Cancer - Evolution and Evidence for Primary Surgical Treatment

This symposium aims to provide the latest evidence on the rationale, techniques (TORS and TOLM), outcomes and clinical trials for minimally invasive surgery, in the treatment of oropharyngeal cancer.

It is intended for all members of the head and neck cancer multidisciplinary team.» more

<b> CRPS Network UK Conference </b> <br/> <br/> Clinical and Scientific Advances in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

CRPS Network UK Conference

Clinical and Scientific Advances in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

10. - 11.11.2016
United Kingdom - Bath

CRPS Network UK Conference

Clinical and Scientific Advances in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

This conference aims to deliver exciting updates in the scientific and clinical world of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

It is relevant to all NHS and private health professionals or researchers with an interest in CRPS including pain specialists, rheumatologists, therapists, psychologists, GPs and allied health professionals.

UK and international delegates are welcome.

Day 1 will include scientific plenary lectures, poster viewing and poster oral presentations. Day 2 will mainly comprise of clinically-focused parallel sessions and workshops. Opportunities to participate in lively discussions such as the BBC Question Time style session and expert debate are a new feature of the conference.

Managing longstanding CRPS is a focus of this year’s programme and topics include:
• Managing refractory CRPS in primary care
• Immune abnormalities and therapies
• Medicolegal aspects
• Sensory/perceptual changes
• Paediatric CRPS

Keynote speaker –
Iain Stewart MP, founding member of the All Party Parliamentary Group for CRPS

Poster Abstract Submission –
Please consider becoming part of this programme by submitting an abstract for the poster and oral presentations. There will be a prize awarded for the best presentation.

Download the abstract submission form below and return to conferenceabstracts@crpsnetworkuk.org

The deadline for abstract submissions is Wednesday 31st August 2016.

Please also see below PDF for more instructions regarding the abstract submission.» more

Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists Training Day

Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists Training Day

10.11.2016
United Kingdom - Birmingham

Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists Training Day

You are cordially invited to attend the Third Chiari Malformation and Syingomyelia Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists Training Day, funded by The Ann Conroy Trust and organised by Aesculap Academia. The day is geared towards the needs and interests of neuroscience nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists. It will be of value to both newly qualified staff and established practitioners, who wish either to develop their knowledge and skills in the area of clinical neurosciences or to add to their existing experience and expertise in this field.» more

<b>North Wales Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Cadaveric Course</b><br/><br/>in association with ERYRI Medical

North Wales Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Cadaveric Course

in association with ERYRI Medical

17. - 18.11.2016
United Kingdom - Bangor

North Wales Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Cadaveric Course

in association with ERYRI Medical

Following the success of our previous cadaveric ultrasound courses, we are very excited to be able to offer a sixth cadaveric, ultrasound guided nerve block course in conjunction with the anatomy department at Bangor University and Aesculap Academia.

Our previous cadaveric and non-cadaveric courses were very well received due to their emphasis on the practical aspects of successful regional anaesthesia. Our tutors are all very experienced block practitioners and the collaboration with the University allows us to supplement and support this practical approach with the applied anatomy required to fine tune one's technique.» more

 9th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham <br/>  Regional Anaesthesia Update Current Techniques and USS Workshops

9th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham
Regional Anaesthesia Update Current Techniques and USS Workshops

18.11.2016
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

9th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham
Regional Anaesthesia Update Current Techniques and USS Workshops

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
• Upper and lower limb blocks
• Benefits, risks and outcomes
• Equipment
• Elastomeric pumps and rectus sheath catheters

Please download booking form below for more information and full programme. » more

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshop

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshop

24.11.2016
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshop

B. Braun is committed to providing support and education in the field of Regional Anaesthesia.

Each year B. Braun runs a series of Regional Anaesthesia workshops at their Head Office in Sheffield which are open to all.

The programme will focus on peripheral nerve blocks for the upper and lower limb. Each workshop will be practical based with an introductory lecture to the upper and lower limb. The practical sessions will include surface anatomy, needling techniques, nerve mapping and ultrasound guided nerve blocks.» more

SAVE THE DATE<br/><br/>The 6th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgical Masterclass

SAVE THE DATE

The 6th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgical Masterclass

24. - 25.11.2016
United Kingdom - Liverpool

SAVE THE DATE

The 6th Liverpool Paediatric Neurosurgical Masterclass

This event will take place once again at the Liverpool Marriott

Further details will follow in due course» more

Controversies in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer <br/> <br/>  <i>Implementing new techniques and novel therapies into clinical practice </i>

Controversies in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer

Implementing new techniques and novel therapies into clinical practice

01. - 02.12.2016
United Kingdom - London

Controversies in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer

Implementing new techniques and novel therapies into clinical practice

Early Bird fees available until Saturday 1st October 2016

Aims
This two day meeting aims to provide the practical indications for and the evidence base underpinning novel treatments and techniques that have recently entered into clinical practice or are about to enter it, at centres of excellence world-wide, so that practicing head and neck clinicians can consider and assess the relevance of these treatments to their patient populations.

The meeting also aims to review and present the latest evidence in the management of uncommon and difficult conditions, and provide a forum for discussion of these challenging cases.

Objectives
The aims of this meeting are to:
• Discuss evidence based indications for new treatments and techniques
• Provide insights and practical tips on implementing these novel treatments and techniques into clinical practice
• Review the latest evidence in the management of uncommon and difficult head and neck cases and conditions
• Practical tips and tricks to prevent and deal with complications and to improving functional outcomes of treatment
• Provide a forum for discussion of challenging head and neck cases and situations

Target Audience
This two day meeting is aimed at practising consultants, senior trainees and practising allied health professionals of all specialities in the field of head and neck, including clinical and medical oncologists, ENT surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons and plastic surgeons, CNSs and AHPs.

Course Director
Professor Hisham Mehanna
Institute of Head and Neck Studies and Education, University of Birmingham

Organising Committee
ENT
Chris Jennings
Paul Pracy

Oncology
James Good
Andrew Hartley
Anthony Kong
Paul Sanghera

Maxillofacial
Tim Martin
Sat Parmar
Prav Praveen

AHP
Camilla Dawson
Kate Reid» more

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY<br/>5th Annual Scientific Meeting

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY
5th Annual Scientific Meeting

16.03.2017
United Kingdom - London

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY
5th Annual Scientific Meeting

More information will follow in due course

Abstracts will be accepted for this meeting - there will be a poster competition during the meeting with a prize presentation.

Rates advertised are for early birds and are valid until Friday 20th January 2017. After which time rates will increase.» more

SAVE THE DATE<br/>British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2017<br/>Challenging the Future

SAVE THE DATE
British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2017
Challenging the Future

20. - 21.03.2017
United Kingdom - Birmingam

SAVE THE DATE
British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2017
Challenging the Future

Organising Committee
The Midlands Hearing Implant Programme:
Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

More information to follow» more

The 12th London Head and Neck Dissection Course 2017 <br/> <br/>  SAVE THE DATE

The 12th London Head and Neck Dissection Course 2017

SAVE THE DATE

29. - 31.03.2017
United Kingdom - London

The 12th London Head and Neck Dissection Course 2017

SAVE THE DATE

Aesculap Academia are proud to announce the 12th year of the collaboration with St George’s University Hospital for the London Head and Neck Dissection Course.

Participation is open to ENT and Maxillofacial Specialists and also Speech and Language Therapists, Surgical and Ward Nurses, Interventional Radiologists and Radiotherapists.

The 12th 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.

Topics
• Overview Anatomy of Head and Neck
• Laryngectomy and Surgical Voice Restoration
• Robotic Head and Neck Surgery
• Skull Base Surgery
• Approaches to Oral Cavity and Oropharynx
• Non Endoscopic Approaches to Nasal Cavity and Sinus Oral Cavity
• Dissection Demonstrating:
- Parathyroidectomy - Tracheostomy Submandibular Gland Excision
- Neck Surgery - Approaches to Oral Cavity
- Oropharynx - Pectoralis Major Flap
- Thyroidectomy - Live Surgery Link Demonstration
- Parotid Surgery - Maxillectomy Partial/Total
- Laryngectomy - Orbit and Orbital Exenteration

Course Convenors
Mr Tunde Odutoye, Consultant ENT Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London
Mr Asit Arora, ENT Surgeon, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital,London
Professor Ceri Davies, Professor of Anatomy, Imperial College, London

Registration is not yet open. Should you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please call 0114 225 9143 or email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com. » more

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice <br/> <br/> SAVE THE DATE

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice

SAVE THE DATE

18. - 19.05.2017
United Kingdom - London

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice

SAVE THE DATE

We are pleased to announce that Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice is back for a second year and will take place at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in May 2017.

The symposium director, Mehmet Manisali and symposium chairman, Farhad Naini encourage attendance from trainees and consultants alike to create a stimulating forum of debate and learning.» more

SONO UK<br/><br/>Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound

SONO UK

Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound

21. - 23.06.2017
United Kingdom - Newcastle

SONO UK

Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound

Aesculap Academia are pleased to announce the latest collaboration with SONO UK in hosting a truly world class and innovative event which will be held on the iconic banks of the river Tyne in Newcastle, UK.

SONO UK have brought together some of the best internationally renowned experts to provide and exciting festival of point of care ultrasound (PoCUS)

This will be different from anything currently hosted in the UK. It will have the excitement and networking of a conference but the intimacy and educational delivery of a small course.

The ethos of the festival is to offer as much quality supervised hands on experience as possible.

Newcastle has excellent transport links including a newly refurbished railway station and an international airport. The airport is serviced by the Metro local underground for easy access into the city.

EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES
We would encourage interested companies to get in touch regarding their intention to support this festival, sponsorship packages are available. There will be in excess of 25 stations and equipment will be required to ensure that the best training for the delegates. Please contact the Event Manager, Aynsley Pix on +44 (0)114 225 9034» more

EXPLORE A SCIENTIFIC FESTIVAL<br/><br/> The London Acute Care Conference 2017<br/>The second edition

EXPLORE A SCIENTIFIC FESTIVAL

The London Acute Care Conference 2017
The second edition

27. - 29.06.2017
United Kingdom - London

EXPLORE A SCIENTIFIC FESTIVAL

The London Acute Care Conference 2017
The second edition

Explore a new edition of a conference with an unique approach in UK , breaking down the barriers between the acute specialties and acute disciplines ,inviting the clinicians from emergency medicine, acute medical and surgical field to explore the wonderful experience of acute networking.

Separate the clinicians can not do anything but together are a force generating an extraordinary energy so necessary to the medical care system that is undergoing itself a difficult period and need a fresh ,new air and a revolutionare way of thinking.

The second edition of the conference is offering a high quality programme with speakers highly experienced from UK and abroad and new exciting symposiums, workshops and hands on sessions in collaboration with famous pharmaceutical and medical devises company that are a successful brand on the medical market.

Discover a real scientific festival and enjoy the new updates in the medical world share experience with other acute clinicians and meet renown, experienced lecturers.

The event was launched for the first time last year and we are delighted to invite you again in the very heart of London at the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons.

Programme – work in progress - to be published early autumn 2016.» more

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