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Head and neck surgical anatomy: ‘hands-on’ cadaver workshop 19th March 2015 Loxley Building, Hull York

Head and neck surgical anatomy: ‘hands-on’ cadaver workshop

19th March 2015 Loxley Building, Hull York Medical School, University of Hull

This cadaver workshop will equip delegates with a good working knowledge of the surgical anatomy of the neck and will in particular include practice of parotid surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, laryngectomy and different types of neck dissection.

Training will be delivered face to face at Hull York Medical School’s state-of-the-art anatomy facilities at the University of Hull campus. Under the direction and supervision of expert tutors surgical trainees will become better equipped to per- form surgical interventions to a high standard.

At Hull York Medical School a special “lite embalming” tech- nique is used resulting in cadaveric tissues which are much more like real life. The course provides a big safety plus for surgeons and patients and a great advantage for our trainees, allowing a more true-to-life practice before perform- ing procedures on a live patient.

Key Benefits

Cadaveric dissection practice with a delegate to faculty ratio of as little as 2:1

• Opportunity for ‘hands-on’ practice of surgical technique in a lifelike but safe environment

TEACHING RESEARCH PRACTICE

• Combination of anatomy revision and practising surgical inter ventions of the head and neck

• Use of a special ‘lite embalming’ technique which means cadav eric tissues are much more lifelike in colour, tone and flexibility

Course Convenors

Mr James England Head & Neck and Thyroid Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Mr Jemy Jose ENT and Head & Neck Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Professor Nick Stafford

ENT and Head & Neck Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Mr Paolo Matteucci

Head and Neck Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Mr Stephen Crank

Maxiofacial and Head & Neck Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital Mr Stephen Crank Maxiofacial and Head & Neck Surgeon, Castle Hill Hospital

Who can enrol for this programme?

Open to any surgical trainee with an interest in head and neck surgery

Level

Core Surgical trainees with interest in ENT/ Plastics and Max Fax. Surgical trainees in ENT, Maxillofacial and Plastic surgery. Specialists who would like a refresher of head and neck sur- gery techniques.

Duration

This is a one day course running on 19th March 2015 (9am- 5.30 pm)

Course Content

The emphasis of this course is on ‘hands-on’ experience, al- lowing delegates maximum opportunity for dissection practice on cadavers. There will also be faculty demonstrations from prosections, interactive teaching with cadaver specimens and interactive tutorials.

Dates

1 day 19th March 2015

Fees

£350

HYMS reserves the right to cancel short courses if the number of delegates is insufficient to run the course

How to apply

Further information can be accessed via the HYMS website:http://www.hyms.ac.uk/postgradu- ate/other-courses/short-courses-and-cpd

For futher information please contact:

Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk

TEACHING RESEARCH PRACTICE

Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE
Jackie Houlton T: 01482 464750 / 01904 321308 or E: jackie.houlton@hyms.ac.uk TEACHING • RESEARCH • PRACTICE