Faculty of Health

Applied Surgical Anatomy Workshop: Abdominal, Pelvic & Inguinal Regions

Summary

Abdominal, pelvic & inguinal region anatomy review in relation to surgical procedures

Start Date

27th Oct 2017 9:00am

End Date

27th Oct 2017 5:30pm

Venue

Medical Sciences Precinct (17 Liverpool Street), Hobart

RSVP / Contact Information

Expressions of interest, please email:
cpd.medicine@utas.edu.au

This intensive workshop has been designed to offer SET Trainees (or those considering SET application) the opportunity to expand and consolidate their surgical anatomy knowledge base in relation to operative procedures whilst preparing for RACS Generic Surgical Science Examination (GSSE).

Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a combination of interactive small group skill stations to explore upper abdominal, pelvic and inguinal anatomy in relation to surgical procedures. A combination of dynamic and still intraoperative images, radiological exhibits and prosected human cadavers will be used to facilitate learning.

Facilitators:

  • Professor Richard Turner, FRACS, Professor of Surgery, University of Tasmania School of Medicine, General Surgeon
  • Mr. Rob Bohmer, FRACS, General Surgeon

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Cost:

$850 (GST Inclusive) includes all refreshments and course manual.