National and International Teaching/Lecturing FELLOWSHIPS in Hand Surgery
Fellows are accepted to join the practice at Circle Hospital in Bath.
These would generally be senior Trainees in Hand Surgery, but more junior trainees from the level of medical student are considered for briefer periods.
This attachment is open to those in the final stages of training in Hand Surgery – preference is given to those in preparation for FRCS (Plast), FRCS (Orth), or the BSSH Diploma in Hand Surgery. The period can be shared with other units in the same region, such as the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford.
Interested individuals should contact Mr Sammut for information on requirements and vacancy.
INFORMAL TUTORIALS are conducted on a regular basis for senior trainees, preparing for FRCS (Plast), FRCS (Orth) and the BSSH Diploma in Hand Surgery, outside of the Fellowship attachments. These are not listed. Nor are Departmental and regional teaching meetings.
Interested individuals should contact Mr Sammut directly.
TENDON TRANSFER IN THE HAND: CADAVERIC COURSE
Fee for 2 day course: £600
Information and application via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Course: To be announced
Places are secured only by payment of fee.
SO YOU WANT TO BE A HAND SURGEON…
One day course, organised by the British Society for Surgery of the Hand, on the practice of Hand Surgery. This course is aimed primarily at the Core Surgery Trainee who has decided on a career in Surgery, but has yet to choose a speciality. It is, however, open to all, from Students to those in formal Plastic Surgery or Orthopaedic Training.
the course will cover all levels of a career in Hand Surgery, from the early stages of training up to practice as a Consultant. Faculty has been selected from all levels – Foundation doctor to Consultant Hand Surgeons.
Venue: The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London
Cost: Free of charge; deposit retained against attendance.
Date: to be announced
Course Organiser and Faculty Head: Donald Sammut, Hand Surgeon
Details and Application: BSSH Secretariat: email@example.com
UPPER LIMB ANATOMY DISSECTION COURSE
Two day Course of dissection performed by prosectors – Consisting of:
1. Film presentation of dissection
2. Multiple dissection sessions on fresh cadaver specimens, prosected, and demonstrated, by Hand Surgeons.
3. Surface anatomy demonstration on live model.
The course was founded by Donald Sammut and David Evans and started at Windsor Hand Clinic,
It has been held continuously since 1997, and is now held at the Vesalius Centre, Bristol.
Faculty: David EVANS, Henk Giele, Donald SAMMUT, Lorenzo Garagnani., Vikram Devaraj, Simon KAY.
For information: firstname.lastname@example.org
CME points 13
Next Course: February 2020
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29th -30th January 2019
Anatomy and Paralysis of the Upper limb
Lectures, instructional surgery on:
Median, Ulnar and Radial Paralysis
Anatomy dissection of the Upper limb
Extensor Tendon Anatomy
Biomechanics of the hand
Joint Contractures, Swan Neck, Boutonniere deformities
Instructional Course for hand Surgeons and trainees; Kirtipur University Hospital, Kathmandu
27th-28th February 2019
Upper Limb Dissection Course
Vesalius Training Centre, University of Bristol, Bristol
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20th March 2019
Lectures to Plastic and Orthopaedic Juniors, Oxford
Median Nerve and Ulnar Nerve Paralysis:
Biomechanics, diagnosis and management
3rd April 2019
Art and Humanities Students (2nd Year Medical Students)
King’s College, London
Course in ‘Art of Anatomy and Surgery’
Seminar: Art in Surgery
15th May 2019
Lectures to Plastic Surgery Team Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Symposium on Work in Low Resource Communities Overseas:
10th June 2019
Year 4 Medical Humanities, University of Exeter
Leprosy Surgery in India and Nepal
25th – 27th September 2019
European Course in Plastic Surgery, Oxford
Biomechanics of the Hand
Tendon Transfers in the Hand
26th October 2019
Invited lectures to Belgian Hand Therapy Society, Brussels
1. The Anatomy of Nerve Compressions
2. Tendon Transfers for Paralysis in the hand
31st October – 1st November
Tendon Transfers for Median and Ulnar Paralysis: Indications and Techniques
Joint meeting British and Irish Hand Societies, Dublin
16th November – 6th December 2019
Green Pastures Hospital, Pokhara, Nepal
Kirtipur Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal
Programme to be announced.
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