8-9 June 2017
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
Plenary Session 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 Session Title TBC Mr Romain Pizzi Surgery on the wild side Mr Shafi Ahmed Virtual & augmented reality and global surgical education Session Title TBC Mr Jim McGuigan Title TBC 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 Title TBC Plenary Session
Friday 9 June
Plenary Session Surgical Innovation Professor Tim Briggs Getting it right first time - improving quality and reducing unwanted variation Professor Kyrios Nicolaides Title TBC Perioperative Care Ms Susan Moug They tried to make me go to prehab Dr Tara Quesim Title TBC Dr Martin Wilson Title TBC Emergency and Trauma Surgery Mr Iain Anderson High risk Emergency surgery Mr Euan Dickson South African Trauma (or what to do with a Foley catheter in Johannesburg) Mr Hugh Gallagher Colorectal carnage Speaker TBC Title TBC Plenary Session
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