Course Details - The Edinburgh Head and Neck Course - Module II (Head and Neck Reconstruction)
- When is this course held?
To be confirmed
- Where is this course held?
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- Edinburgh - RCSEd
- Edinburgh - RCSEd
- How much will this course cost?
From £900 - View more information below
- Can I book online?
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- Is CPD awarded for this course?
Yes, 18 Hours
- Course/Event group: Surgical Course | See more Surgical Courses
The Edinburgh Head and Neck Course - Module II (Head and Neck Reconstruction)
This course is delivered in two modules and run over five days. Module II covers head and neck reconstruction, and runs over three days.
Both modules are largely hands-on with participants working in pairs on Genelyn cadavers with supervision from an expert consultant faculty, in a simulated environment. The modules can be booked as standalone, or if registering for both a discount is available. The course is aimed at trainees and newly appointed consultants in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Otolaryngology / ENT Surgery and Plastic Surgery
Trainees and newly appointed consultants in OMFS, ENT and Plastic Surgery
Relevant Grades: ST4, ST5, ST6, ST7, ST8, SpR, Consultant
Brief lectures. Hands on Cadaveric dissection using Genelyn preserved bodies in a simulated environment. 1:2 faculty to student ratio.
This three day course provides the underpinning knowledge base and practical instruction on head and neck surgery. Largely hands-on with participants working in pairs on Genelyn cadavers with supervision from an expert consultant faculty.
On completion of this module participants should be able to:
- Describe the surgical anatomy of commonly used free and pedicled flaps used in head and neck reconstruction.
- Analyse and list the options available for reconstruction of the head and neck to provide the best functional and aesthetic reconstruction.
- Perform, under supervision, commonly used pedicled and free flaps for head and neck reconstruction.
- Perform fixation of composite free flaps for reconstruction of specific defects in the head and neck.
- Describe the optimal reconstruction of defects of the head and neck using free flaps to provide the best functional and aesthetic result.
- Explain the need for rehabilitation following successful reconstruction and outline the techniques involved to achieve this.
£1,050.00 Course Fee
£1,000.00 Course Fee for RCSEd Members/Fellows
£900.00 Course Fee for EHNS Members if booked Module I
£900.00 RCSEd Member/Fellow Course Fee if booked on Module 1
Mr Colin McIver