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British Neurovascular Group Meeting

British Neurovascular Group Meeting

25. - 26.02.2016
United Kingdom - County Durham

British Neurovascular Group Meeting

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE extended to Friday 29th January 2016

The British Neurovascular Group evolved from informal groupings of interested clinicians and researchers within the Society of British Neurological Surgeons. They initially assembled under the banner of the Spontaneous Intracerebral Haemorrhage Group and members conceived or facilitated important British contributions to the care of patients with neurovascular disease including the STICH trials.

The current focus is on the changes and challenges faced by neurovascular surgeons and trainees as a result of newer technologies and management standards.

President
Mr Stuart Ross, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Leeds General Infirmary

Organising Committee - James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Mr K S Manjunath Prasad, Consultant Neurosurgeon
Mr Nitin Mukurji, Consultant Neurosurgeon

Invited Faculty
Professor Paul R Eldridge
Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Neurosurgery
Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Liverpool
Consultant Neurosurgeon, The Walton Centre, Liverpool

Professor Bhawani Shankar Sharma
President, Neurological Society of India, Cerebrovascular Society of India
Chair, Asian Australasian Society of Neurology Surgical Education Committee
Professor of Neurosurgery, AIIMS, New Delhi, India

Professor Yong-Kwang Tu
President, World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies
Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

Topics
• TB Neurovascular surgery – The present and future
• Composite surgical techniques in neurovascular surgery
• Training the neurovascular surgeon
• Endovascular treatment of neurovascular diseases
• Combining microsurgery and endovascular intervention
• Unruptured aneurysms
• Vasospasm
• Trials
• Interesting cases

Abstract Submission
Please complete and submit below attached form to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com» more

London Acute Care Conference<br/>12 CPD points approved

London Acute Care Conference
12 CPD points approved

02. - 03.03.2016
United Kingdom - London

London Acute Care Conference
12 CPD points approved

Early bird rate ends 31st January

INTRODUCTION
The conference is an event that is building up a collaborative networking platform for all acute specialties and will bring together highly skilled speakers, who are experts in their field.

The event includes exciting lectures and symposiums, covering up to date topics from different acute specialties including emergency medicine, acute medicine, cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, critical care, trauma and orthopaedics. There will be several different workshops throughout the conference programme to enable the participants to improve knowledge and skills and to practise techniques in the following areas:
• Keeping airways patent
• Basics of bedside echocardiography (vital in the context of haemodynamic instability and cardiac arrest)
• NIV ventilation - settings and troubleshooting
• US guided IV access and thoracocentesis
• Fascia iliaca and femoral nerve block

All workshops are organized in collaboration with prestigious companies.
Femoral block, fascia iliaca block workshop in collaboration with B Braun,Sonosite
Airways management workshop in collaboration with Aitraq,Storz and Intersurgical
Non invasive ventilation workshop in collaboration with Philips Respironics
Bedside echocardiography workshop in collaboration with Philips
Ultrasound guided access and thoracocentesis in collaboration with B Braun, Sonosite and CAE Healthcare

We are organizing an exhibition for pharmaceutical and medical devices companies giving the participants the opportunity to become familiar with the new devices and products from the medical field

GROUPS DISCOUNTS: There is an additional discount of 10% for groupd of 5 and more.
For group discount please book via the event office academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com

CONFIRMED SPONSORS
Bayer, B. Braun Medical, Bristol Meyers, Fannin, Intersurgical, Karl Storz, Phillips, Sonosite, Viforpharma plus more to be confirmed.

COURSE ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Dr Cristiana Estera Coneru
Consultant Emergency Physician
Northwick Park Hospital, London

Dr Naila Kamal
Associate Director for Medical Education
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Jacob de Wolff
Acute Medicine Consultant
Northwick Park Hospital, London» more

Sheffield Ultrasound in Regional Anaesthesia

Sheffield Ultrasound in Regional Anaesthesia

07. - 08.03.2016
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Sheffield Ultrasound in Regional Anaesthesia

This two day course is aimed at doctors of all grades who want to improve or consolidate their skills in nerve identification and needle guidance using ultrasound.

The course will cover a range of upper and lower limb techniques as well as trunk blocks.

All techniques are taught by experts that routinely use those nerve blocks in their daily practice. We pride ourselves on providing a very high ratio of tutors and ultrasound machines per delegate to ensure as much hands on experience as possible.

Also this year is a session on US pneumothorax detection and an update on the management of local anaesthetic toxicity.» more

The British Neurosurgical Research Group Meeting 2016<br/><br/>Abstract Submission deadline has now been extended. See details below.

The British Neurosurgical Research Group Meeting 2016

Abstract Submission deadline has now been extended. See details below.

17. - 18.03.2016
United Kingdom - Cambridge

The British Neurosurgical Research Group Meeting 2016

Abstract Submission deadline has now been extended. See details below.

We would like to invite you to the 2016 annual meeting of the British Neurosurgical Research Group (BNRG) which will be held in the university town of Cambridge.

The BNRG is a group of clinicians, scientists, nurses and health care professionals who are interested in all aspects of neurosurgical research.

The BNRG meeting has historically been a forum for the presentation and discussion of ‘in-progress’ investigations and new study concepts. Completed research projects are also welcome.

For the first time, this year we will hold a pre-meeting course that will focus on clinical research methods – the invited faculty will cover a range of topics that will appeal to novices and seasoned researchers alike.

Another ‘first’ for the BNRG will be the research sandpit session, where delegates will split into sub-specialty groups, select a topic of importance and develop a proposal for a multi-centre clinical trial.

Looking forward to seeing you in Cambridge!

Organising Committee
Addenbrookes’s Hospital and University of Cambridge
Mr Stephen Price (Chair)
Mr Angelos Kolias
Professor Peter Hutchinson
Ms Carole Turner

For more information including programme, please download booking form below

Abstract Submission
The deadline has been extended until Friday 5th February. Please download the abstract form below, complete and click submit. Alternatively download the form, complete and send it to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com.

In conjunction with:
Joint BNRG/EANS Research Committee Pre-Meeting
Course on Clinical Research Methods

Wednesday 16th March
Emmanuel College, Cambridge

To register for the pre-meeting course, please visit: http://goo.gl/forms/NJ1A3qeZya » more

The 11th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

The 11th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

30.03. - 01.04.2016
United Kingdom - London

The 11th London Head and Neck Dissection Course

This course is now fully booked for dissector places. Please get in touch with the events team if you would like to be added to the waiting list.

Aesculap Academia are proud to announce the 11th anniversary 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 11th 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.» more

EANS Young Neurosurgeons Meeting 2016

EANS Young Neurosurgeons Meeting 2016

07. - 10.04.2016
United Kingdom - London

EANS Young Neurosurgeons Meeting 2016

www.europeanyoungneurosurgeons.org

Our committee represents the interests of European trainees and newly board certified neurosurgeons.
We are committed to furthering the sense of community for young neurosurgeons, providing a platform for making new connections, finding mentors, and providing excellent educational material.» more

Preparing to be a Consultant Surgeon

Preparing to be a Consultant Surgeon

15.04.2016
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Preparing to be a Consultant Surgeon

Your training programme will give you the knowledge and skills to pass your exam and obtain your CCT, but there is a huge and daunting step from being a trainee to becoming a consultant.
This course from Aesculap Academia and Leicester Orthopaedics will help teach you those skills that are not covered by Higher Surgical Training, with an experienced faculty willing to share their tips, tricks and experiences.
From getting the job and finding your feet, to everyday consultant life and finally case studies and interactive discussions, we hope to give you a flavour of the skills and attributes that you will need as a new consultant surgeon in the NHS.
We look forward to seeing you in Sheffield in April.» more

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting<br/><br/>Maximising Potential

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting

Maximising Potential

28. - 29.04.2016
United Kingdom - London

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting

Maximising Potential

The Hearing Implant Centres from Guys and St Thomas Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital are pleased to invite you to the British Cochlear Implant Group (BCIG) annual conference 2016 which will take place in London, UK.

This year we will have an interactive conference comprising of all professionals working in the field of auditory implants. There will be distinguished international speakers, including The Graham Fraser Lecture, and highlights such as lively structured debates on current issues which matter most to cochlear implant teams.

This conference will take place at Kings Place located in the heart of King’s Cross with views over the beautiful Regent's Canal. The venue is easily accessible by train and UK international airports. The networking conference dinner will be held in the world famous St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.

We look forward to welcoming you to London!

Organising Committee, London
Guys and St Thomas Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

Abstract Submission

Please download the abstract form below and send to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com

Abstract submission deadline - Friday 15th January 2016

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.

Accommodation

The registration fee does not include accommodation.

Bed and breakfast rates have been negotiated on your behalf at ideal locations in London with different budgets in mind. Please visit the below website to book hotels:

http://webd.pro-ven.com/fmi/webd?homeurl=http://webd.pro-ven.com/palo.html#Allocations

In order to login you will require a password to ensure this rate is available for conference delegates only. Contact the events team on 0114 225 9035 or academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com

Please note that any rooms not booked will be released from March onwards. We would therefore advise to book early! If you require any further assistance with hotel recommendations please contact the events team. » more

The 5th International Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery Conference

The 5th International Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery Conference

12. - 13.05.2016
United Kingdom - London

The 5th International Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery Conference

Hip and knee arthroplasty surgery has seen many advances in the past few years with a focus on improved rehabilitation and patient pathway enhancements.

The current trends in arthroplasty surgery are designed to meet the ever increasing demand from a younger, more active or heavier patient profile, all coupled with increased patient expectations.

Technical enhancements in both implant design and surgical procedures are designed to improve the long term outcome while providing a cost efficient solution to cover the individual demands of these patients.

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

SAVE THE DATE<br/>Ann Conroy Trust Training Day

SAVE THE DATE
Ann Conroy Trust Training Day

09.06.2016
United Kingdom - Birmingham

SAVE THE DATE
Ann Conroy Trust Training Day

Further information to follow» more

1st Mastery Learning Course in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia<br/><br>1-2-1 Training Course Using Soft Embalmed Thiel Cadaver Simulator

1st Mastery Learning Course in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

1-2-1 Training Course Using Soft Embalmed Thiel Cadaver Simulator

09. - 10.06.2016
United Kingdom - Dundee

1st Mastery Learning Course in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

1-2-1 Training Course Using Soft Embalmed Thiel Cadaver Simulator

A novel training course using proven Mastery Techniques to ensure competence

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 change available in the world

Guaranteed 7.5 hours block instruction

3h instruction on volunteer scanning/interactive teaching

Formative and objective assessment methods

Approved by RA-UK and MSc in Regional Anaesthesia

CPD applied for through the Royal College of Anaesthetist» more

10 Years Orthopaedic Experience at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital

10 Years Orthopaedic Experience at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital

16. - 17.06.2016
United Kingdom - Glasgow

10 Years Orthopaedic Experience at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital

Please see programme attachements for a more detailed programme of events.

On Thursday 16th June there will be a pre meeting entitled UPDATES IN HIP ARTHROPLASTY from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm which will include exceptional lectures with

Professor Lawrence Dorr USA
Professor Martyn Poster UK
Professor Roland Ingram UK» more

23rd June 2016 - 1 day International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course -<br/> Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

23rd June 2016 - 1 day International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course -
Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

23.06.2016
United Kingdom - London

23rd June 2016 - 1 day International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course -
Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

National and international leaders, clinicians, researchers and patients will participate.
The focus is on best practical patient care in understanding the clinical assessment, referral pathways, and management options for patients with or suspected of having thyroid eye disease.
It will be a combination of lectures with handouts, discussion with panel of experts and practical hands on/skills transfer sessions, learning and understanding examination techniques.» more

24th & 25th June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Symposium<br/><br/>Preceded by<br/><br/>23rd June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course<br/>Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

24th & 25th June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Symposium

Preceded by

23rd June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course
Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

23. - 25.06.2016
United Kingdom - London

24th & 25th June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Symposium

Preceded by

23rd June 2016 - International Thyroid Eye Disease Teaching Course
Essentials for the practical understanding and management TED

Early bird rates expire on April 29th 2016

ITEDS Symposium

Latest information, updates & debates on controversies about pathogenesis, basic science, research and clinical evaluation & management of TED.

The program includes both invited speakers and free papers & posters.

Over 40 international multidisciplinary speakers including members from Thyroid Associations, EUGOGO, BTA, ITEDS, NANOS and Orbit Society.

A range of international leaders, clinicians, researchers and patients will participate in:

"World TED" -
Experience from around the world

Research and scientific -
Pathogenesis and pathology of TED - molecular biology and how it may translate into therapy
Laboratory based & animal models
Clinical serum/tissue/biochemical research
Biobanks
Role of ischemia

Clinical -
Risk factors and their management
Diagnosis - What is TED?
Atypical TED
Evaluation of disease - What is active disease?
How do we determine disease activity, severity
Systemic and endocrine-related factors
What are the biochemical investigations?
Role of imaging
Phenotypes and heterogeneous TED - Clinical evaluation and implications for best management
Paediatric TED

Medical management -
The role of corticosteroids, radiotherapy and other drugs including rituximab
Control of risk factors - Systemic thyroid, cigarette smoking
Ischemic factors
Latest trials studies (Rutuximab,IGFR)
Future treatments

Surgical –
Functional, Aesthetic, Patient considerations
Options and best practice for orbital decompression, strabismus and lid surgery

ITEDS COURSE - Please register for this as an additional workshop on the bookings page. (tinyurl.com/j842gxk)

Abstract Submission
Please download, complete and submit the abstract form below.
Submission deadline: Friday 18th March.» more

SAVE THE DATE<br/>Care of the Critically Ill Neuro Patient

SAVE THE DATE
Care of the Critically Ill Neuro Patient

07. - 08.07.2016
United Kingdom - Sheffield

SAVE THE DATE
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

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

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!

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!

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!

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

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

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

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

SAVE THE DATE

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.

More information to follow. If you have any queries, please contact the events office on 0114 225 9035.» more

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