The fourth international triennial conference of the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
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Surgery365

8-9 June 2017


  • 12
    CPD Credits
    APPLIED FOR

    Why attend?

    Surgery 365 is a conference for all surgeons regardless of specialty. From the challenges of emergency surgery to developing efficient modern surgical practices, we have a programme of innovation, leadership and expertise.

    Conference delegates will:

    • Understand the peri-operative needs of patients including patient optimisation, prehabilitation and innovative ITU care.
    • Discuss the use of the latest technology in surgical practice and training
    • Learn about emergency and trauma surgery across the specialties
    • Hear experts who challenge the way we work to achieve a more effective health service
    • Demonstrate our commitment to global surgery

    Surgery365 is suitable for:

    • Consultant surgeons
    • SAS surgeons
    • Trainee surgeons and students
  • Thursday 8 June

    Speaker

    Description

    Plenary Session
    Professor David Galloway Welcome and open
    Professor John Meara The Triennial Lecture - Global Surgery 2030: Evidence and Solutions for Achieving Health, Welfare and Economic Development
    Mr Stuart Fergusson Global Citizenship in the Scottish Health Service: The Value of International Volunteering
    Surgeons - The Law and Media
    Mr Gordon Jackson QC Doctors in the dock
    Dr James Glasbey Trainees and Trialists - shaping the future of surgical training
    Creative Solutions and Surgical Innovation (1)
    Mr Romain Pizzi Surgery on the wild side
    Mr Shafi Ahmed Virtual & augmented reality and global surgical education
    Emergency and Trauma Surgery (1)
    Mr Jim McGuigan Emergency thoracic surgery in Belfast
    Professor Chris Moran Working in a major trauma centre - my frontline experience
    Dr Laura McAuley Surgery in Sudan - see one, do one, teach one
    Dr Takondwa Itaye-kamangira How do you find a scalpel in Malawi?
    Plenary Session
    Dr James Logan How “Bug Body Ready” Are You?
    Dr Jackie Taylor Close

    Friday 9 June

    Speaker

    Description

    Plenary Session
    Dr Jackie Taylor Welcome and open
    Dr Catherine Calderwood Realising Realistic Medicine
    Creative Solutions and Surgical Innovation (2)
    Professor Tim Briggs Getting it right first time - improving quality and reducing unwanted variation
    Professor Mahesh C Misra Trauma: An epidemic of the 21st Century approach to trauma care: National and International Perspective
    Advances in Perioperative Care
    Ms Susan Moug They tried to make me go to prehab
    Dr Tara Quasim ITU rehabilitation - "It's life Jim, but not as we know it...."
    Dr Martin Wilson Proactive care of older people undergoing surgery
    Emergency and Trauma Surgery (2)
    Mr Iain Anderson High risk emergency abdominal surgery - what should the modern service look like?
    Mr Euan Dickson South African Trauma (or what to do with a Foley catheter in Johannesburg)
    Mr Hugh Gallagher Colorectal carnage
    Professor Kyrios Nicolaides The Young Peoples Lecture - In utero surgery
    Plenary Session
    Mr Greg Trout 101 things to do when you survive
    Surviving Cancer"
    Professor David Galloway Close
  • Gordon Jackson QC

    Gordon Jackson QC

    Dean of the Faculty of Advocates

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    Miss Laura McAuley

    Miss Laura McAuley

    Junior Surgeon, Belfast

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    Susan Moug

    Susan Moug

    Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon

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    Dr Martin Wilson

    Dr Martin Wilson

    Consultant Geriatrician

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    Mr Romain Pizzi

    Mr Romain Pizzi

    Specialist Veterinary Surgeon
    Royal Zoological Society of Scotland

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    Professor Kypros Nicolaides

    Professor Kypros Nicolaides

    Professor of Fetal Medicine, The Fetal Medicine Research Institute, Kings College Hospital, London.

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    Professor Tim Briggs

    Professor Tim Briggs

    Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Director of Strategy and External Affairs.

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    Professor Chris Moran

    Professor Chris Moran

    National Clinical Director for Trauma, NHS-England, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery, Nottingham University Hospitals

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    James Glaseby

    James Glaseby

    Academic Clinical Fellow in General Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

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    Mr Shafi Ahmed

    Mr Shafi Ahmed

    Consultant General Colorectal and Laproscopic Surgeon
    The Royal London Hospital, London
    Associate Dean, Barts Medical School

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    Dr Tara Quasim

    Dr Tara Quasim

    Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine, University of Glasgow

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    Professor Mahesh Misra

    Professor Mahesh Misra

    Director and Chief, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

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    Mr Euan Dickson

    Mr Euan Dickson

    Consultant Pancreatic Surgeon
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary

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    Dr Takondwa Itaye-kamangira

    Dr Takondwa Itaye-kamangira

    Trainee Surgeon from Malawi

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    Mr Martin Sinclair

    Mr Martin Sinclair

    Surgical Coordinator, National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD)

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Coordinator

Melanie Sinclair
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Email Coordinator

Surgery365 promises to be one of the most interesting and engaging surgical events of the year. We are delighted to have such an array of international surgical talent and I would like to encourage everyone to make sure this event is included in their calendar for 2017. See you there!

Professor David Galloway, President, RCPSG


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