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EVENT 1 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 1)

EVENT 1 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 1)

26. - 27.04.2018 
United Kingdom - Gateshead

EVENT 1 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 1)

Online registration is now closed. You can register on site from 8:00am. Please note there is only 1 place available on this event. The event starts on the morning of Thursday 26th April, concluding by late afternoon on Friday 27th. This allows for two full days of ultrasound education and hands-on practice for delegates. There is a social programme for the evening of the 26th which will provide a great opportunity for delegates, machine providers and faculty to meet and network, as well as relax. There will be five concurrent two-day courses running during the event; each accommodating 16 delegates, with a designated course director and experienced faculty. There is a maximum of four delegates to one machine/faculty to ensure that everyone gets plenty of scanning practical. We expect there will be a minimum of 25 ultrasound systems in use during the event and have planned for a high proportion of scanning time. The courses we will be running are all two-day as listed below: - Event 1: Emergency Medicine Core (level 1); - Event 2: Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2); - Event 3: Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC); - Event 4: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks; - Event 5: Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) Emergency Medicine Core (level 1) OVERVIEW This established and popular two-day course covers the curriculum requirements for Core ultrasound (formerly level 1) and more for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. CONTENT - Introduction to physics of ultrasound; - Focused assessment with sonography in trauma (FAST)/focused assessment for free fluid (FAFF) - Ultrasound evaluation of the abdominal aorta for aneurysm (AAA); - Echocardiography evaluation in life support (ELS); - Ultrasound-guided vascular access (USVA); - Basic ultrasound of the chest; - Introduction to ultrasound in the shocked patient; - Good governance and how to progress after the course. » more

FULLY BOOKED EVENT 3 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC)

FULLY BOOKED EVENT 3 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC)

26. - 27.04.2018 
United Kingdom - Gateshead

FULLY BOOKED EVENT 3 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC)

This event is now fully booked. If you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please contact academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com The event starts on the morning of Thursday 26th April, concluding by late afternoon on Friday 27th. This allows for two full days of ultrasound education and hands-on practice for delegates. There is a social programme for the evening of the 26th which will provide a great opportunity for delegates, machine providers and faculty to meet and network, as well as relax. There will be five concurrent two-day courses running during the event; each accommodating 16 delegates, with a designated course director and experienced faculty. There is a maximum of four delegates to one machine/faculty to ensure that everyone gets plenty of scanning practical. We expect there will be a minimum of 25 ultrasound systems in use during the event and have planned for a high proportion of scanning time. The courses we will be running are all two-day as listed below: - - Event 1: Emergency Medicine Core (level 1); - Event 2: Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2); - Event 3: Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC); - Event 4: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks; - Event 5: Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC) OVERVIEW This course introduces trans-thoracic echo on day one and other point-of-care ultrasound uses for critical care on day two. This covers the curriculum of the Intensive Care Society FICE and CUSIC courses in one course. CONTENT - Introduction to physics of ultrasound; - Parasternal long and short axis trans-thoracic windows; - Apical trans-thoracic windows; - Subcostal trans-abdominal windows; - Evaluation of the left side of the heart; - Evaluation of the right side of the heart; - Evaluation of pericardial and adjacent pleural fluid; - Evaluation for severe hypovolaemia; - Evaluation of the lung; - Ultrasound-guided vascular access; - Ultrasound of the abdomen for critical care; - Good governance and how to progress after the course. » more

EVENT 2 -  SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 2)

EVENT 2 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 2)

26. - 27.04.2018 
United Kingdom - Gateshead

EVENT 2 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Emergency Medicine Core (Level 2)

Online registration is now closed. You can register on site from 8:00am. The event starts on the morning of Thursday 26th April, concluding by late afternoon on Friday 27th. This allows for two full days of ultrasound education and hands-on practice for delegates. There is a social programme for the evening of the 26th which will provide a great opportunity for delegates, machine providers and faculty to meet and network, as well as relax. There will be five concurrent two-day courses running during the event; each accommodating 16 delegates, with a designated course director and experienced faculty. There is a maximum of four delegates to one machine/faculty to ensure that everyone gets plenty of scanning practical. We expect there will be a minimum of 25 ultrasound systems in use during the event and have planned for a high proportion of scanning time. The courses we will be running are all two-day as listed below: - - Event 1: Emergency Medicine Core (level 1); - Event 2: Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2); - Event 3: Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC); - Event 4: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks; - Event 5: Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2) OVERVIEW This two-day course goes beyond the basics of Core and covers more enhanced contemporary emergency medicine ultrasound skills. CONTENT - Review of relevant physics of ultrasound; - Focused ultrasound of the gall bladder and common bile duct; - Focused ultrasound of the kidneys and urological system; - Focused ultrasound for deep vein thrombosis; - Focused ultrasound for appendicitis and other common gastrointestinal problems; - Introduction of ultrasound for common musculoskeletal and soft tissue problems; - Good governance and how to progress after the course. » more

EVENT 4 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks

EVENT 4 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks

26. - 27.04.2018 
United Kingdom - Gateshead

EVENT 4 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks

Online registration is now closed. You can register on site from 8:00am. The event starts on the morning of Thursday 26th April, concluding by late afternoon on Friday 27th. This allows for two full days of ultrasound education and hands-on practice for delegates. There is a social programme for the evening of the 26th which will provide a great opportunity for delegates, machine providers and faculty to meet and network, as well as relax. There will be five concurrent two-day courses running during the event; each accommodating 16 delegates, with a designated course director and experienced faculty. There is a maximum of four delegates to one machine/faculty to ensure that everyone gets plenty of scanning practical. We expect there will be a minimum of 25 ultrasound systems in use during the event and have planned for a high proportion of scanning time. The courses we will be running are all two-day as listed below: - Event 1: Emergency Medicine Core (level 1); - Event 2: Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2); - Event 3: Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC); - Event 4: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks; - Event 5: Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks OVERVIEW This two-day course introduces candidates to the techniques of performing common nerve blocks. This course is useful to clinicians in environments where being able to undertake regional anaesthesia benefits patient care, such as in anaesthetics, surgery, emergency medicine and prehospital care. CONTENT - Introduction to physics of ultrasound; - Introduction to the principles of ultrasound-guided nerve blocks; - Nerve blocks of the upper limb; - Nerve blocks of the lower limb; - Nerve blocks of the upper trunk; - Nerve blocks of the lower trunk; - Nerve blocks of the head and neck; - Emergency management of complications; - Good governance and how to progress after the course. » more

EVENT 5 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS)

EVENT 5 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS)

26. - 27.04.2018 
United Kingdom - Gateshead

EVENT 5 - SONO UK: Festival of Point of Care Ultrasound - Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS)

Online registration is now closed. You can register on site from 8:00am. The event starts on the morning of Thursday 26th April, concluding by late afternoon on Friday 27th. This allows for two full days of ultrasound education and hands-on practice for delegates. There is a social programme for the evening of the 26th which will provide a great opportunity for delegates, machine providers and faculty to meet and network, as well as relax. There will be five concurrent two-day courses running during the event; each accommodating 16 delegates, with a designated course director and experienced faculty. There is a maximum of four delegates to one machine/faculty to ensure that everyone gets plenty of scanning practical. We expect there will be a minimum of 25 ultrasound systems in use during the event and have planned for a high proportion of scanning time. The courses we will be running are all two-day as listed below: - Event 1: Emergency Medicine Core (level 1); - Event 2: Emergency Medicine Enhanced (level 2); - Event 3: Focused Intensive Care Echo & Ultrasound in Intensive Care (FICE/CUSIC); - Event 4: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks; - Event 5: Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) Focused Ultrasound for Acute Medicine (FAMUS) OVERVIEW This two-day course covers the curriculum of the Society of Acute Medicine’s (SAM) ultrasound curriculum. There is some additional content which will be covered also. CONTENT - Introduction to physics of ultrasound; - Thoracic ultrasound evaluation; - Ultrasound of the abdomen for free fluid; - Ultrasound of the kidneys for hydronephrosis; - Ultrasound of the bladder; - Identification of sites for ascitic tap; - Technique for ultrasound-guided ascitic tap; - Focused ultrasound of the lower limbs for deep vein thrombosis; - Good governance and how to progress after the course. » more

CSF ANNUAL GROUP MEETING JOINT WITH THE BRITISH SYRINGOMYELIA CHIARI GROUP

CSF ANNUAL GROUP MEETING JOINT WITH THE BRITISH SYRINGOMYELIA CHIARI GROUP

03. - 04.05.2018 
United Kingdom - Birmingham

CSF ANNUAL GROUP MEETING JOINT WITH THE BRITISH SYRINGOMYELIA CHIARI GROUP

REGISTRATION Due to technical issues registration cannot be completed through our website. Therefore if you wish to register for this meeting you can either contact the events office on 0114 225 9135/43 or email the following details to academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com: - Full name - Hospital - Hospital Address - Telephone Number - Email Address - Which date/s you wish to attend - Dinner Attendance (Thursday 3rd May) - Dietary Requirements Welcome to this joint meeting of the British CSF Group and the British Syringomyelia-Chiari Group. There is a clear overlap of interests between these two groups and a principal aim of this meeting is that a fruitful exchange of ideas and experiences can take place. The event takes place over two days and both groups will adopt their usual meeting formats, with CSF-related presentations on the Thursday and syringomyelia/Chiari case presentations and discussions on the Friday. Aesculap Academia and the Ann Conroy Trust look forward to meeting you at this event! » more

SAVE THE DATE RA-UK Meeting 2018

SAVE THE DATE RA-UK Meeting 2018

10. - 11.05.2018 
United Kingdom - Swansea

SAVE THE DATE RA-UK Meeting 2018

RA-UK is back in 2018. Details are to be confirmed. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com » more

RA-UK Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

RA-UK Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

10. - 11.05.2018 
United Kingdom - Swansea

RA-UK Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

RA-UK Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 EARLY BIRD DEADLINE HAS NOW CLOSED! DINNER The Gala Dinner will be taking place at the National Waterfront Museum on Thursday 10th May. The cost to attend is £60.00 per ticket should you wish to attend please contact the events office on 0114 225 9135/43. THURSDAY 10th MAY Liberty Stadium | Updates and Workshops The National Waterfront Musuem | Gala Dinner FRIDAY 11th MAY Brangwyn Hall | Scientific Conference Day SPEAKERS INCLUDE Dr Michael Barrington (Melbourne, Australia) Dr Mathias Desmet (Kortrijk, Belgium) Prof Graeme McLeod (Dundee, UK) Dr Kariem El-Boghdadly (London, UK) TOPICS INCLUDE: Innervation of the hip joint Applications of Fascia Iliaca Block Safety aspects Critical evaluation of Quadratus Lumborum Block Using US Skills Beyond RA Please pass onto any colleagues who may be interested - many thanks in advance and we look forward to seeing you there! » more

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2018 <br> Making Waves – A Change to the Status Quo

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2018
Making Waves – A Change to the Status Quo

17. - 18.05.2018 
United Kingdom - Belfast

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2018
Making Waves – A Change to the Status Quo

Abstract submission is now closed. MEETING INFORMATION We are pleased to invite you to the next British Cochlear Implant Group Annual Meeting on 17th – 18th May 2018 in Belfast. Belfast is a city full of culture and history, which has evolved into one of the top UK short break destinations. We are proud to be hosting the conference in the Belfast Waterfront, which is a new, purpose built facility on the banks of the River Lagan in the heart of the city. The gala dinner will be held in Titanic Belfast, the award winning maritime heritage museum. We would be delighted to offer delegates a tour of this world famous site, followed by a drinks reception, dinner and Ceili dancing. The conference is entitled ‘Making Waves – A Change to the Status Quo’ and we would welcome the submission of abstracts from all centres along this theme. We look forward to reviewing current practice, challenging boundaries and looking at innovations in cochlear implantation. We are delighted to have invited world-renowned keynote speakers who will no doubt inspire our clinical practice. Join us to ‘Make Waves’ in Belfast on 17th – 18th May 2018. TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION The registration fee does not include accommodation. Bed and breakfast rates have been negotiated on your behalf at ideal locations in Belfast with different budgets in mind. Please download Delegate Accommodation PDF below for further information. Please go to www.visitbelfast.com for further information about the city. » more

BAHNO Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

BAHNO Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

25.05.2018 
United Kingdom - London

BAHNO Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

Aesculap Academia are pleased to announce collaboration with BAHNO (British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists) for their 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting. The British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists is a multi-disciplinary society for healthcare professionals involved in the study and treatment of head and neck cancer. The association was first constituted in 1967 as the Association of Head and Neck Oncologists of Great Britain. The stimulus for its formation was the need to encourage discussion and the sharing of knowledge between the various clinical and research specialties involved in the management of head and neck cancer. We hope to see you at the BAHNO 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting where we will address our theme: Management of head and neck cancer in a resource constrained environment ABSTRACTS Abstract submission is now closed. » more

3rd International Mastery Learning Course in Regional Anaesthesia

3rd International Mastery Learning Course in Regional Anaesthesia

07. - 08.06.2018 
United Kingdom - Dundee

3rd International Mastery Learning Course in Regional Anaesthesia

The 3rd International Mastery Learning Course in Regional Anaesthesia will be taking place at the University of Dundee on Thursday 7th - Friday 8th June 2018. 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 We look forward to seeing you in Dundee! » more

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice 2018

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice 2018

14.06.2018 
United Kingdom - London

Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice 2018

REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE! We are pleased to announce that Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice III will take place at the The Royal Society of Medicine on Thursday 14th June 2018. Please see the event booking form for further information. SYMPOSIUM DIRECTOR Mr Mehmet Manisali, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, London SYMPOSIUM CHAIRMAN Dr Farhad B. Naini, Consultant Orthodontist, London KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Mr Steven J. Key, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, UK Professor Katharine Phillips, Professor of Psychiatry, USA Mr Adrian Sugar, Consultant Cleft and Maxillofacial Surgeon, UK FACULTY Dr Lucy Davenport-Jones, Consultant Orthodontist, UK Dr Daljit Gill, Consultant Orthodontist, UK Mr Jahrad Haq, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, UK Mr Ashraf Messiha, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, UK Please pass onto any colleagues who may be interested - many thanks in advance and we look forward to seeing you there! » more

NANSIG/SBNS Introduction to Neurosurgery Workshop

NANSIG/SBNS Introduction to Neurosurgery Workshop

20.06.2018 
United Kingdom - Sheffield

NANSIG/SBNS Introduction to Neurosurgery Workshop

PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN PRE-APPROVED BY THE COURSE ORGANISING COMMITTEE. In order to be approved to attend this event you need to send your CV to nansiggroup@gmail.com Once you have been approved you can then register for this course. If you have any issues please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com 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: 1. Positioning 2. Burr holes 3. Ventricular access 4. Flaps The overall objective is to give experience to medical students and foundation trainees in using neurosurgical equipment in a safe, controlled environment. We look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield! » more

New Development and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

New Development and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

21.06.2018 
United Kingdom - London

New Development and Controversies in the Management of Thyroid Cancer

NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND CONTROVERSIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THYROID CANCER THURSDAY 21ST JUNE 2018 ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON 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 Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Enyi Ofo, Consultant ENT-Head and Neck Surgeon, St George’s Healthcare and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trusts Ricard Simo, Consultant Otorhinolaryngologist Head, Neck and Thyroid Surgeon, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust » more

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

25. - 26.06.2018 
United Kingdom - Leeds

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery Hands-on Cadaveric Course

PLACES ARE LIMITED (11 MAX) AND WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. BEFORE BOOKING PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU ARE AT THE CORRECT LEVEL FOR ATTENDING THIS COURSE (SENIOR TRAINEE/CONSULTANT) 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. » more

British Neuro-Oncology Society Meeting 2018

British Neuro-Oncology Society Meeting 2018

04. - 06.07.2018 
United Kingdom - Winchester

British Neuro-Oncology Society Meeting 2018

The British Neuro-Oncology Society Meeting 2018 is taking place in Winchester. The British Neuro-oncology Society (BNOS) was formally established in 2004 as an organisation that exists to promote research and education in all aspects of Neuro-oncology, from laboratory based science to social impacts of Central Nervous System tumours. The ultimate aim of the Society is to improve treatment and management of patients with Central Nervous System tumours and therefore has evolved into a truly multidisciplinary group including the following: neurosurgeons, neuro-scientists, neurologists, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists, paediatric and adult oncologists, neuropsychiatrists, clinical nurse specialists, radiotherapists, allied health professionals, members of patient and advocacy organisations, and the commercial sector. The Society encourages junior members in all these disciplines by means of dedicated education days and various prizes and awards at its annual BNOS Conferences. BNOS is central to promoting all branches of medicine related to neuro-oncology, leading the way in enhancing both research and clinical practice and uniting all the allied sectors, including Parliamentary and Government. From the earliest days of its predecessor organisations, BNOS has always entertained international figures in neuro-oncology and the Society continues to interact with appropriate national, European and international bodies. ACCOMMODATION Special rates have been arranged for delegates with the University of Winchester. To book your room please copy and paste the link below into your web browser: https://tinyurl.com/BNOSAccomm Please note the closing date for bookings is Wednesday 27th June 2018. ABSTRACTS We are pleased to be using Ex Ordo - an exciting new abstract submission system! The submission deadline is Friday 20th April. Copy and paste the link below and submit your abstract now! https://bnos2018.exordo.com/ GALA DINNER The gala dinner will take place at the Winchester Guildhall on Thursday 5th July. Tickets to attend are £75.00 however you cannot make payment online. In order to purchase a ticket please call the events office on 0114 225 9135/43. Please note partners are also welcome to attend. » more

International Syringomyelia and Chiari Conference

International Syringomyelia and Chiari Conference

17. - 20.07.2018 
United Kingdom - Birmingham

International Syringomyelia and Chiari Conference

This important educational event is due to take place in Birmingham, UK, on July 17 - 20, 2018. Organised under the auspices of the Ann Conroy Trust, Syringomyelia-Chiari 2018 will build on the success of several similar prestigious events that have been held across the world over the past ten years. Topics to be covered include: Classification & nomenclature Hypermobility syndromes International collaboration Molecular biology Natural history Pain management Physiotherapy & occupational therapy Pregnancy Radiology & other investigative methods Surgical techniques Veterinary aspects The conference will be of interest to: Neurosurgeons Neurologists Neurological scientists Veterinary neurologists Pain specialists Rheumatologists Geneticists Neuroradiologists Neuropathologists Patient support group representative International speakers include: • Paulo Bolognese, New York, USA • Andrew Brodbelt, Liverpool, UK • Palma Ciaramitaro , Turin, Italy • John Heiss, Bethesda, USA • Jörg Klekamp, Quakenbrück, Germany • Clare Rusbridge, Eashing, UK • Marcus Stoodley, Sydney, Australia Accommodation Preferential rates have been arranged with The Burlington Hotel. Single Occupancy bedrooms - £102.00 per room, per night Inc VAT and breakfast Please call the hotel direct - +44 (0) 344 879 9019 Quote - ANNC160718 Rates are available until the 1st May 2018 » more

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient 2018

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient 2018

26. - 27.07.2018 
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient 2018

The Care of the Critically Ill Neurosurgical Patient will be taking place at the B. Braun Business Centre, Sheffield on Thursday 26th - Friday 27th July. The importance of managing critically ill patients in a neurosurgicalunit 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 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. REGISTRATION If you register for this course and you are not considered the appropriate grade as mentioned above you will be charged a cancellation fee. ACCOMMODATION Special rates have been negotiated on our behalf at The Rutland Hotel (www.rutlandhotel-sheffield.com). Accommodation is limited and will be allocated strictly on a first come first served basis. We look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield! » more

7th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

7th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

13. - 14.09.2018 
United Kingdom - London

7th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in Association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

The Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference is back in 2018 and will take place at the Hallam Conference Centre, London on Thursday 13th - Friday 14th September 2018. This two day conference will include lectures, workshops and informal discussions delivered by experts from across Europe. Topics include: an update on aetiology, treatment and pathomechanics of achilles tendinopathy and plantar heel pain, regenerative medicine, extra-corporeal shock wave therapy and many more. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FEES There are limited free undergraduate student places available. In order to register for one of these places please call the events office on 0114 225 9143/35. You will be required to provide credit/debit card details as part of our cancellation procedure. This will be explained in more detail when you register. » more

The 5th International Surgical Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

The 5th International Surgical Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course

18. - 19.09.2018 
United Kingdom - Newcastle

The 5th 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. » more

SAVE THE DATE The Role of Trans-Oral and Robotic Surgery in Head and Neck

SAVE THE DATE The Role of Trans-Oral and Robotic Surgery in Head and Neck

16.10.2018 
United Kingdom - Birmingham

SAVE THE DATE The Role of Trans-Oral and Robotic Surgery in Head and Neck

AIMS The course will explore the current role of Trans-Oral and Robotic surgical techniques in the management of Head and Neck tumours. This will be an interactive course between delegates and faculty. OBJECTIVES Having attended the course, candidates will have a clear understanding of the current status of trans-oral and robotic surgery in the management of Head and Neck tumours. Furthermore, they should understand what steps are required to put together a business case and gain appropriate training to set up a Trans-oral and Robotic service COURSE FORMAT The course will be delivered as a series of lectures by International and National experts. There will also be panel discussions during which delegate participation is encouraged. COURSE DIRECTORS Rene Leemans, Amsterdam Vinidh Paleri, London Sat Parmar, Birmingham Paul Pracy, Birmingham INTERNATIONAL FACULTY Chris Holsinger, Stanford TBC Suren Krishnan, Adelaide TBC Eric Moore, Rochester TBC Christophe Simon, LOCATION TBC NATIONAL FACULTY Kevin Harrington, London Jarrod Homer, Manchester Emma King, Southampton Cyrus Kerawala, London Enyi Ofo, London James O’Hara, Newcastle » more

SAVE THE DATE Speech and Language Therapy Masterclass

SAVE THE DATE Speech and Language Therapy Masterclass

17. - 19.10.2018 
United Kingdom - Birmingham

SAVE THE DATE Speech and Language Therapy Masterclass

The Speech and Language Therapy Masterclass will take place on Wednesday 17th October – Friday 19th October 2018 at the University of Birmingham. AIMS This three day course will cover the current management of head and neck cancer within a multidisciplinary 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 for speech and language therapists, trainees (residents and fellows) in ENT, maxillofacial, plastics and oncology to discuss and demonstrate the benefits of multidisciplinary collaboration, as well as providing a stimulating update for practicing surgeons and physicians. OBJECTIVES The course aims to present a multidisciplinary approach towards the management of patients with head and neck cancer through the use of surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. There will be a full discussion of the diagnosis and management of patients with head and neck cancer with emphasis given to recent advances in diagnostic tools, therapeutic regimes and surgical techniques. Through panel discussion and question and answer sessions, the delegates will benefit from the experience of a faculty assembled from many of the leading head and neck cancer centres in Europe and North America. COURSE DIRECTORS Rene Leemans, Amsterdam Wojciech Golusinski, Poznan Sat Parmar, Birmingham Paul Pracy, Birmingham Camilla Dawson, Birmingham Jo Wheeler, Birmingham INVITED FACULTY Margaret Coffey, London (TBC) Steve Colley, Birmingham Ralph Gilbert, Toronto Roganie Govinder, London (TBC) Vincent Gregoire, Brussels Kevin Harrington, London (TBC) Chris Holsinger, Stanford (TBC) Jarrod Homer, Manchester Tim Martin, Birmingham Hisham Mehanna, Birmingham Paul Nankivell, Birmingham Piero Nicolai, Brescia Vinidh Paleri, London Jo Patterson, Newcastle Prav Praveen, Birmingham Jeremy McMahon, Glasgow Justin Roe, London Neil Sharma, Birmingham Christophe Simon, LOCATION TBC Heather Starmer, Stanford (TBC) Jan Vermorken, Antwerp DINNER This is included in the registration fee for the Speech and Language Therapy Masterclass ONLY and will take place on Thursday 18th October. Details TBA. » more

SAVE THE DATE European Head and Neck Course

SAVE THE DATE European Head and Neck Course

17. - 19.10.2018 
United Kingdom - Birmingham

SAVE THE DATE European Head and Neck Course

The European Head and Neck Course will be taking place at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday 17th - Friday 19th October 2018. AIMS This three day course will cover the current management of head and neck cancer within a multidisciplinary 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 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. OBJECTIVES The course aims to present a multidisciplinary approach towards the management of patients with head and neck cancer through the use of surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. There will be a full discussion of the diagnosis and management of patients with head and neck cancer with emphasis given to recent advances in diagnostic tools, therapeutic regimes and surgical techniques. Through panel discussion and question and answer sessions, the delegates will benefit from the experience of a faculty assembled from many of the leading head and neck cancer centres in Europe and North America. COURSE DIRECTORS Rene Leemans, Amsterdam Wojciech Golusinski, Poznan Sat Parmar, Birmingham Paul Pracy, Birmingham Camilla Dawson, Birmingham INVITED FACULTY Steve Colley, Birmingham Ralph Gilbert, Toronto Vincent Gregoire, Brussels Kevin Harrington, London (TBC) Chris Holsinger, Stanford (TBC) Jarrod Homer, Manchester Tim Martin, Birmingham Hisham Mehanna, Birmingham Paul Nankivell, Birmingham Piero Nicolai, Brescia Vinidh Paleri, London Prav Praveen, Birmingham Jeremy McMahon, Glasgow Justin Roe, London Neil Sharma, Birmingham Christophe Simon, LOCATION TBC Heather Starmer, Stanford (TBC) Jan Vermorken, Antwerp DINNER This is included in the registration fee for the European Head and Neck Course ONLY and will take place on Thursday 18th October. Details TBA. To register your interest please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com. » more

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2018

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2018

08.11.2018 
United Kingdom - Sheffield

Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Block Workshops 2018

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

The Nottingham RA-UK USRA Course 2018 with Cadaveric Anatomy

The Nottingham RA-UK USRA Course 2018 with Cadaveric Anatomy

23. - 24.11.2018 
United Kingdom - Nottingham

The Nottingham RA-UK USRA Course 2018 with Cadaveric Anatomy

The Nottingham RA-UK USRA Course will be taking place again in 2018! 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 Further details to be confirmed. » more

SAVE THE DATE 11th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

SAVE THE DATE 11th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

14.12.2018 
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

SAVE THE DATE 11th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

The 11th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham will be taking place at the Sandford Education Centre on Friday 14th December 2018. 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. To register your interest in this event please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com with the following details: - Full Name - Profession - Hospital/Institution » more

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