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The Sheffield Epilepsy Masterclass

The Sheffield Epilepsy Masterclass

29.04.2015
United Kingdom - Sheffield

The Sheffield Epilepsy Masterclass

Epilepsy is a common condition affecting close to 3% of the population. Most respond to medication but the diagnosis and appropriate management is often complex. Devolved care in the community and developing networks and care pathways is important. A third of these patients do not achieve good control of seizures. These epilepsies are often complex and need careful evaluation and workup with a view to assessing their suitability for surgery.

The aim is to achieve freedom from seizures. Increasingly newer techniques like SEEG and brain-mapping are needed to diagnose such cases. Neuromodulation is increasingly playing a bigger role in the management.

The Sheffield Epilepsy Masterclass is aimed at health care professionals who treat patients with epilepsy. We will cover all topics ranging from diagnosis, investigations and recent advances in the management of epilepsy. Delegates will get plenty of opportunity to have their questions answered.» more

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2015

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2015

30.04.2015
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2015

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

Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

18. - 19.05.2015
United Kingdom - London

Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

Hip and knee replacement surgery have seen many advances in the past few years with improved rehabilitation, better bearings, enhanced implant designs and fixation along with more reproducible implantations, often with the assistance of navigation.

These advances have been met with an increasing demand from a younger, more active or heavier patient profile, all coupled with increased patient expectations.

The increased external overview of our outcomes behoves us to provide the best implantation of whichever prosthesis we have at our disposal. This can be improved by a better understanding of primary prosthetic surgery, the basis of which starts with patient selection followed by optimal use of the knowledge and technology available to us today.

This course is designed to equip delegates with the essential expertise required to plan the best treatment option on an individual patient level.» more

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice

28. - 29.05.2015
United Kingdom - London

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice

We are pleased to announce that Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice will take place at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in May 2015. This will be the first of its kind and will continue annually as an international event.

We are privileged to have Professor Johan Reyneke and Professor Harvey Rosen, two of the giants of orthognathic surgery, as the keynote lecturers at the same symposium. We are also incredibly fortunate to have Professor Katharine Phillips, internationally recognised as the leading authority on body dysmorphic disorder, and Professor Jesse Taylor, a rising star in plastic and craniofacial surgery, providing the keynote lectures at this symposium.

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

Modern Management of Hip Fractures

Modern Management of Hip Fractures

02.06.2015
United Kingdom - London

Modern Management of Hip Fractures

A hip fracture remains the most common condition to cause an acute orthopaedic admission and with an increasingly elderly population the number of hip fractures continue to increase. It therefore falls within the remit of the orthopaedic surgeon to minimise the consequences of this injury and assist in a speedy return of the patient back home.

This meeting will concentrate on the aspects of treatment specifically relevant to the orthopaedic surgeon. Firstly when to operate and what should be done to get the patient ready for theatre. In addition key aspects of perioperative care will be discussed.

Regarding intracapsular fractures there is continuing controversy between preserving the femoral head using internal fixation or replacing the femoral head with a prosthesis. The suggested indications for these different methods of treatment will be discussed along with what is considered the most appropriate implant. Included within the talks will be details of surgical tips and techniques, designed to be of practical value for the orthopaedic surgeon.

For extracapsular hip fractures the debate is not just between intra versus extramedullary fixation. There have been a number of recent modifications to the Sliding Hip Screw. In addition notable differences exist between the different intramedullary nails. These developments will be discussed along with surgical techniques.

The recent development of the National Hip Fracture Audit and more recently the Hip Fracture Tariff means that all hospitals are under increasing scrutiny for their care of hip fracture patients. Surgeons need to be aware as to what is necessary to achieve this best practice tariff.

The meeting will also include practical demonstrations by world experts on some modern implants used for the surgical treatment of hip fractures. Included within this will be the recently introduced Targon FN plate. This implant is designed to provide additional stability to the fracture after internal fixation of an intracapsular hip fracture. The early results of this implant suggest it results in a significantly reduced risk of fracture healing complications when compared to more traditional methods of fixation.» more

The 2nd London International Thyroid Forum

The 2nd London International Thyroid Forum

12. - 13.06.2015
United Kingdom - London

The 2nd London International Thyroid Forum

A multidisciplinary international faculty of experts present a dynamic and exciting programme of education. Ample discussion will provide opportunity for delegate participation.

The symposium is aimed at specialists and trainees in both Endocrinology and Surgery who have an interest in Thyroid.» more

4th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians “Inspiring Clinical Excellence”

4th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians “Inspiring Clinical Excellence”

19. - 20.06.2015
United Kingdom - London

4th Annual Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians “Inspiring Clinical Excellence”

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.


Invited Speakers

Dr Muaaze Ahmad
Mr Amit Chauhan
Ms Georgina Crate
Mrs Alison Di Rosa
Mr Karl Douglas
Mr Stephen Finney
Mr Matthew Fitzpatrick
Dr Zaf Iqbal
Ms Rosanna Jury
Dr Stephen Kelly
Dr Vasileios Korakakis
Prof Heinz Lohrer
Prof Nicola Maffulli
Dr Nikos Malliaropoulos
Mr Martin McGeough
Maire Murphy
Dr Tanja Nauck
Dr Nat Padhiar
Dr Dev Pyne
Mr Michael Ray
Dr Marco Seita
Ms Dawn Thomson
Dr Xavier Valle» more

Care of the Critically Ill Neuro Patient

Care of the Critically Ill Neuro Patient

09. - 10.07.2015
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Care of the Critically Ill Neuro Patient

The importance of managing critically ill patients in a neurosurgical unit cannot be over emphasised. 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 on the wards. This course is aimed at junior neurosurgical trainees (ST1- 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.

» more

Head and Neck Optical Diagnostics and Intervention Society in association with the UCLH 10 Year Celebration of Head and Neck Surgery

Head and Neck Optical Diagnostics and Intervention Society in association with the UCLH 10 Year Celebration of Head and Neck Surgery

24.07.2015
United Kingdom - London

Head and Neck Optical Diagnostics and Intervention Society in association with the UCLH 10 Year Celebration of Head and Neck Surgery



The HNODIS is happy to announce the 7th Scientific Meeting of the society.

The meeting will be held in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the Head & Neck Cancer Centre of University College London Hospitals at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, London.
We are doing our best to set up a highly interesting programme that meets the ambitious expectations that are most likely aroused by this prestigious location.

The scientific program will consist of invited lectures on novel advances in head and neck optical diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, as well as selected contributions (oral communications and poster presentations) from the attendees. As well, there will be two special sessions with focus on
(1) Diagnostic Product Development and
(2) Multi-Centre Trials.

ABSTRACTS
Abstracts for contributions can now be submitted using our abstract submission template to:
hnods2015@gmail.com
Deadline for submission: 31/05/2015
Please state:
Type of contribution i.e. Oral OR Poster Presentation
Also include:
Title
Authors (including affiliations)
Abstract text (not more than 200 words) with the following subheadings:
Introduction
Materials & Methods
Results
Discussion.

ORGANISING COMMITTEE:
Professor Paul O'Flynn,UK
Mr Colin Hopper, UK
Dr Christian Betz, Germany» more

**SAVE THE DATE** 8th-9th Sept 2015 - 2nd International Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

**SAVE THE DATE** 8th-9th Sept 2015 - 2nd International Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

09. - 10.09.2015
United Kingdom - Newcastle

**SAVE THE DATE** 8th-9th Sept 2015 - 2nd International 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, practice 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.» more

Chemoradiotherapy in Head and Neck Oncology   and   The European Head and Neck Course   and   Speech and Language Therapy Head and Neck Masterclass

Chemoradiotherapy in Head and Neck Oncology and The European Head and Neck Course and Speech and Language Therapy Head and Neck Masterclass

29.09. - 02.10.2015
United Kingdom - Birmingham

Chemoradiotherapy in Head and Neck Oncology and The European Head and Neck Course and Speech and Language Therapy Head and Neck Masterclass

Tuesday 29th September 2015
Chemoradiotherapy in Head and Neck Oncology

This is a one day course aimed at all members of the MDT who are actively involved in the management of patients with head and neck cancer (HNSCC). The majority of patients undergoing treatment for HNSCC will receive radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy during the course of their treatment. There are a wide variety of different radiation schedules available for tumours at different sites based on the results of large trials and meta analyses. Different units have different scheduling protocols, each believing that their schedule offers particular advantages. There are also a variety of different cytotoxic or biological chemotherapeutic options available which can be used in a variety of of ombinations and offering advantages in one clinical scenario as compared with another. In the midst of this variation the surgical armamentarium has remained fairly constant.

Wednesday 30th to Friday 2nd October 2015
The 8th Annual European Head and Neck Course OR
Speech and Language Therapy Head and Neck Masterclass

This three day course will cover the current management of head and neck cancer within a multi-disciplinary framework. The format will consist of lectures, panel discussions and operative techniques. There will be a series of keynote addresses dealing with some of the more controversial topics. There will be time allocated for audience participation through question and answer sessions. The course is suitable both for trainees (residents and fellows) in ENT, maxillofacial, plastics and oncology in preparation for exams, as well as providing a stimulating update for practicing surgeons and physicians.» more

The 12th Peterborough Hip Fracture Conference Hip Fractures - Towards Optimum Care

The 12th Peterborough Hip Fracture Conference Hip Fractures - Towards Optimum Care

02.10.2015
United Kingdom - Peterborough

The 12th Peterborough Hip Fracture Conference Hip Fractures - Towards Optimum Care

Topics

• Care models for hip fracture patients
• Delerium
• Consent
• Audit
• Rehabilitation
• National hip fracture database
• Fracture prevention
• Peri-operative care
• Future care for the elderly

Course Convenor
Mr Martyn Parker
Orthopaedic Consultant Peterborough City Hospital

Invited Faculty
Else Marie Damsgaard
Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Denmark

Dominic Inman
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Lead Hip Fracture Surgeon, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust

Antony Johansen
Consultant in Trauma Medicine and Rehabilitation and Orthogeriatric Clinical Lead for the National Hip Fracture Database, University Hospital of Wales

Tim Kane
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Portsmouth

Iain Moppett
Associate Professor of Anaesthesia, Nottingham

Rob Wakeman (TBC)
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Orthopaedic Lead for the National Hip Fracture Database, Basildon University Hospital

Stuart White
Consultant Anaesthetist, Brighton» more

Two Day Cadaveric Anatomy and Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Scanning Workshop

Two Day Cadaveric Anatomy and Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Scanning Workshop

19. - 20.10.2015
United Kingdom - London

Two Day Cadaveric Anatomy and Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Scanning Workshop

LSORA are proud to present our ESRA recognised two day workshops in regional anaesthesia.

We will be featuring a keynote lecture by our international guest; Associate Professor Ki Jinn Chin from Toronto, followed by anatomy lecture series not to be missed!

The course will take place in the surgical training centre within the world famous RCS London. You can visit this site to find out more about the facilities there:
https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/media/medianews/rcs-opens-world-leading-surgical-training-centre» more

8th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham Spa

8th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham Spa

04.12.2015
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

8th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham Spa

Regional Anaesthesia Update
Current Techniques & USS Workshops» more

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