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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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4th International Mastery Learning Course In Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

4th International Mastery Learning Course In Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

06. - 07.06.2019
United Kingdom - Dundee

4th 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 – the best, durable, life-like simulator of UGRA we have available in the world ▌ Guaranteed 7.5 hours block instruction ▌ 3 hour instruction on volunteer scanning with interactive teaching ▌ Formative and objective assessment methods ▌ 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 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.» more

Prevention and Management of Anastomotic Leak: Colorectal and Oesophagogastric

Prevention and Management of Anastomotic Leak: Colorectal and Oesophagogastric

12.06.2019
United Kingdom - Birmingham

Prevention and Management of Anastomotic Leak: Colorectal and Oesophagogastric

The Prevention and Management of Anastomotic Leak: Colorectal and Oesophagogastric meeting will be taking place at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday 12th June. Anastomotic leakage after gastrointestinal surgery is one of the most feared complications, leading to significantly increased mortality and morbidity, prolonged lengths of stay, escalating costs and often a delay in the receipt of any adjuvant therapies. In this meeting we will discuss findings from the latest international cohort studies in both colorectal and upper gastrointestinal resectional surgery to explore patient, operation and disease factors associated with higher leak rates. Updated risk stratification work will be presented, along with our efforts to improve the way we undertake anastomoses to try and give the best possible outcomes for our patients.» more

8TH PODIATRIC SPORTS MEDICINE CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO EXERCISE INDUCED LEG PAIN UPDATE

8TH PODIATRIC SPORTS MEDICINE CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO EXERCISE INDUCED LEG PAIN UPDATE

14.06.2019
United Kingdom - London

8TH PODIATRIC SPORTS MEDICINE CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO EXERCISE INDUCED LEG PAIN UPDATE

Faculty of Podiatric Medicine College of Podiatry In association with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine In memory and honour of Professor John B. King. Friday 14th June 2019 Hallam Conference Centre, London, W1W 6JJ CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN Dr Nat Padhiar William Harvey Research Institute Queen Mary University of London Mr Graham Holloway BASEM President TOPICS ▌Chronic exertional compartment syndrome ▌Tibial stress injury ▌Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome ▌Myopathy radiculopathy & radicular leg pain ▌Nerve entrapment syndromes ▌Accessory/low lying soleus syndrome - Role of fascia ▌Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for MTSS & stress fractures» more

NANSIG/SBNS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSURGERY WORKSHOP (pre-approval required by NANSIG Committee)

NANSIG/SBNS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSURGERY WORKSHOP (pre-approval required by NANSIG Committee)

18.06.2019
United Kingdom - Sheffield

NANSIG/SBNS INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSURGERY WORKSHOP (pre-approval required by NANSIG Committee)

The Neurology and Neurosurgery Interest Group (NANSIG), the student arm of the Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS), organises events and develops resources for students and foundation trainees with an interest in neurosurgery. Aesculap Academia are pleased to announce partnership with NANSIG and the SBNS to support ‘Introduction to Neurosurgery’ skills workshop. This one day workshop is designed to offer a more affordable option to students and foundation trainees. The following four core modules will be covered throughout the course: - Positioning - Burr holes - Ventricular access - Flaps The overall objective is to give experience to medical students and foundation trainees in using neurosurgical equipment in a safe, controlled environment. You will be required to complete a screening questionnaire before being approved for this course. Please do not register/pay unless you have received approval from NANSIG Committee. PRE SCREENING - please copy this link in to your browser: https://tinyurl.com/NANSIG2019 We look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield!» more

Leeds Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Course

Leeds Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Course

01. - 02.07.2019
United Kingdom - Leeds

Leeds Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Course

PLEASE NOTE: ALL PLACES ON THIS COURSE ARE NOW FULL BOOKED. IF YOU WISH TO BE ADDED ONTO THE WAITING LIST PLEASE EMAIL academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com. 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 sponsored course dinner.» more

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient

25. - 26.07.2019
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient

APPLY NOW! Due to such a high volume of applications for this course we only have a very limited number of places left available. In order to apply please email the following details to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com: ▌ Full Name ▌ Hospital/University ▌ Position/Profession ▌ Year/Level of Training If you are interested in attending in 2020 please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun. The Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient course will be taking place at the B. Braun Medical Business Centre, Sheffield on Thursday 25th and at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield on Friday 26th July 2019. COURSE OVERVIEW The responsibility of looking after these patients and recognising any change in their clinical state is primarily left in the hands of the junior doctors or ANPs on the wards. 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 Once received we will send your application to the organising committee for approval. Places are limited and will be given on a first come first served basis. PLEASE NOTE: This course is aimed at ST1/ST2 level trainees. We require these details to ensure you are suitable for the course, this does not confirm you are registered.» more

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FOR ABNORMALLY INVASIVE PLACENTA

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FOR ABNORMALLY INVASIVE PLACENTA

12.09.2019
United Kingdom - London

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FOR ABNORMALLY INVASIVE PLACENTA

The symposium organisating committee, in partnership with the International Society of Abnormally Invasive Placenta (AIP), are very pleased to invite you to attend this unique multidisciplinary course designed to improve your understanding and ability to manage complex disease. We are very proud to announce our distinguished faculty of international clinical experts in AIP at this prestigious venue. AIP is increasing, both in diagnosis and prevalence. Its worrying association with high maternal and fetal mortality and morbidity was highlighted in the latest MBRACE reports. To address this problem, The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists published a new green top guideline in 2018 for the management of this condition. Additionally, FIGO (2018) published a consensus meeting document and consideration of AIP classification for the same purpose. In order to improve patients’ outcome, NHS England is strongly in favour of centralising AIP services in specialised centres. These centres of excellence are expected to reduce maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality and provide better service. The conference offers carefully planned sessions to cover all aspects of AIP including: screening, prevention, diagnosis and management of AIP. Using presentations, lectures, expert panel discussions and audience participation, delegates are given the unique opportunity to master their knowledge. In addition, it is a great chance to network and improve the communication among different centres, both on a national and international level. Lastly, we aim to launch the first international patient support group, patient information leaflet and AIP specific consent form.» more

THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL SURGICAL ASPECTS OF CARDIOPULMONARY TRANSPLANTATION COURSE

THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL SURGICAL ASPECTS OF CARDIOPULMONARY TRANSPLANTATION COURSE

17. - 18.09.2019
United Kingdom - Newcastle

THE 6TH 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 on 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

SAVE THE DATE: CLINICAL NUTRITION STUDY DAY

SAVE THE DATE: CLINICAL NUTRITION STUDY DAY

23. - 24.09.2019
United Kingdom - Sheffield

SAVE THE DATE: CLINICAL NUTRITION STUDY DAY

More information to follow. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com» more

SAVE THE DATE WRAIG'S 5th Annual Update - Central Neuraxial Update

SAVE THE DATE WRAIG'S 5th Annual Update - Central Neuraxial Update

04.10.2019
United Kingdom - Wrightington

SAVE THE DATE WRAIG'S 5th Annual Update - Central Neuraxial Update

Provisional Topics: - Ultrasound Basics of Spine - Difficult Spinals with USG - Continuous Spinal Anaesthesia - Erector Spinae Block Provisional Workshops: - Continuous Spinal Anaesthesia - Basics USG of Spine - USG for Difficult Spine - Obesity - Erector Spinae Block To register your interest in this course please email the following details to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com: - Profession - Hospital - Telephone Number If you have any issues please contact us.» more

YORKSHIRE SOCIETY FOR REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL MEETING 2019

YORKSHIRE SOCIETY FOR REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL MEETING 2019

11.10.2019
United Kingdom - Sheffield

YORKSHIRE SOCIETY FOR REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL MEETING 2019

The Yorkshire Society of Regional Anaesthesia has been set up for the benefit of all anaesthetists and allied healthcare professionals practising in Yorkshire who have an interest in regional anaesthesia. We will have at least one educational meeting per year but hope in the future to support more localised meetings. We aim to represent the whole of Yorkshire by ensuring the committee has at least one consultant member from each of the four Yorkshire areas and that the annual meeting will be organised in turn by North, East, South and West Yorkshire. We would also act as a central database of like-minded individuals for research as well as education.» more

SAVE THE DATE London Focus in Acute Care (LFIAC)

SAVE THE DATE London Focus in Acute Care (LFIAC)

22. - 23.10.2019
United Kingdom - London

SAVE THE DATE London Focus in Acute Care (LFIAC)

The 1st edition of the London Focus in Acute Care (LFIAC) will be taking place at the Royal College of Physicians on 22nd - 23rd October 2019. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com» more

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY

31.10.2019
United Kingdom - London

SOCIETY OF ANAESTHETISTS IN RADIOLOGY

7TH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING The Society of Anaesthetists in Radiology (SAR) provides a forum for the sharing of experience, ideas and solutions across a multidisciplinary format. There has been an increase in highly complex therapeutic procedures, in adults and children, being performed by a variety of specialists in the radiology suite. This experience has largely been provided in silos with little cross-speciality learning. The Society’s mission is to provide education and training resources for anaesthetists, radiologists and others working within this specialist area. If you wish to become a member please visit: www.societyofanaesthetistsinradiology.org Membership rates are £15 for trainees/AHP’s and £30 for consultants.» more

The British Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2019

The British Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2019

07. - 08.11.2019
United Kingdom - Edinburgh

The British Neurosurgical Group Meeting 2019

We would like to invite you to the 2019 annual meeting of the British Neurosurgical Research Group (BNRG),which will be jointly hosted by the Academic Committee of the SBNS and The Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Edinburgh. The BNRG are a group of clinicians, scientists, nurses and health-care professionals who are interested in all aspects of neurosurgical research. The BNRG has historically been a forum for the presentation and discussion of ‘in-progress’ investigations and new study concepts. This year we have amended the date of the meeting so trainees wishing to apply for fellowships can present their proposed studies for discussion and feedback. We will also be including a trials update session and a sandpit session designed to discuss and prioritise pre-determined future research proposals. ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION In order to submit your abstract please visit: bnrg2019.exordo.com The BNRG welcomes free papers in both oral and poster format. Abstract submission deadline - MONDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019» more

SAVE THE DATE: 12TH COMFORTABLY NUMB IN CHELTENHAM

SAVE THE DATE: 12TH COMFORTABLY NUMB IN CHELTENHAM

13.12.2019
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

SAVE THE DATE: 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

SAVE THE DATE: BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP & BRITISH SOCIETY OF AUDIOLOGY MEETING 2020

SAVE THE DATE: BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP & BRITISH SOCIETY OF AUDIOLOGY MEETING 2020

10. - 11.03.2020
United Kingdom - Nottingham

SAVE THE DATE: BRITISH COCHLEAR IMPLANT GROUP & BRITISH SOCIETY OF AUDIOLOGY MEETING 2020

BCIG and BSA are joining together for this unique multidisciplinary learning event. Tuesday 10th - Wednesday 11th March 2020 De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre and Orchard Hotel, Nottingham» more

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

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

23. - 24.04.2020
United Kingdom - Bristol

SAVE THE DATE 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 To register your interest in this course please email the following details to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com: - Profession - Hospital - Telephone Number If you have any issues please contact us.» more

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