Cambridge University Hospitals

Anastomosis Workshop 2 - 5 July 2018 - Path Lab Downing Site Cambridge Places Available

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Monday, 2nd July – Thursday, 5th July 2018

The Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop is a practical hands-on intensive 4-day workshop covering a wide range of anastomoses – small and large bowel, oesophagus, stomach, vascular and urology.

These are the fundamental techniques any surgeon must know. A leaking anastomosis usually kills the patient yet safe anastomoses can be reliably made. In the workshop, you’ll have each technique explained, then see it on live demonstration.

You will carry out the procedure under close supervision. You can expect to carry out over 20 anastomoses during the course and will have opportunities to examine them from the inside. Teaching is in a large lab in the Pathology Department with excellent facilities.

Faculty members are surgeons with years of experience teaching practical surgical techniques.

Eligibility- Minimum of CT1 and designed for ST level trainees

The course is held on Downing Site in their Path Lab.
Course Director: Clive Quick FRCS MS MA FDS Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon

Course fee : £800

Including lunch & refreshments and Dinner at Downing College on the evening of 3 July.

Unless otherwise stated course fees are non-refundable.

Course Administrator

Angela Gray, Postgraduate Medical Centre, Deakin Centre, Addenbrooke's Hospital
01223 596189

Course Location

The course takes place at...

Cambridge University Department of Pathology, Downing Site, Cambridge
01223 596189
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