Course Details - Surgical Anatomy of the Trunk: A Study Day (MRCS Level - Wade)
- When is this course held?
23 Oct 2021 (1 date)
- Where is this course held?
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- Edinburgh - Other
- How much does this course cost?
From £50 - View more information below
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- Is CPD awarded for this course?
Yes, 6 Hours
- Course/Event group: Surgical Course | See more Surgical Courses
Surgical Anatomy of the Trunk: A Study Day (MRCS Level- Wade)
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the important surgical anatomy of the trunk from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. It is designed for trainees at an early stage of preparation for the MRCS. Clinical medical students are also welcome to attend.
The course also provides guidance to support independent study, and will be ran online via Zoom. Please follow the link above for further information to book your place. This course is a part of the Surgical Anatomy (MRCS Level)- Wade programme series.
Trainees at an early stage of preparation for the MRCS who are involved in detailed revision. Those learning a region for the first time or those who wish to identify gaps in their knowledge. Clinical medical students are also welcome to attend.
Relevant Grades: Medical Students, FY1, FY2, Foundation Doctors, CT1, Core Trainees
The day will consist of a balanced mixture of overview presentations and practical demonstrations using images of cadaveric specimens and other teaching aids. Please also note the below –
- All candidates must have a MAC / PC with admin access to install Zoom
- All candidates must ensure that they have a strong and reliable internet connection to allow for video conversation.
- All candidates must have a webcam and a microphone. A microphone headset is highly recommended but not mandatory
The course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the important surgical anatomy of the trunk from both a theoretical and a practical perspective, and will also provide guidance to support independent study. There are two further courses in the series, covering head and neck, and limbs.
On completion of the course participants should be able to:
- Describe the principal features of the anatomy of the trunk (thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and perineum).
- Identify important structures on cadaveric specimens and the living body.
- Demonstrate a sound capacity to visualise the regions of the trunk in three dimensions.
Gordon FindLater and Ross Jones