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The effects of COVID-19 on UK neurosurgery

6th July 2020

Overview

Neurosurgery, as an acute surgical discipline, has been profoundly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. This webinar explores how training, service provision and research has been changed over the last 4 months and what the recovery and future may look like.

Panel speakers include Mr Ashan Jayasekera, Chairman of the BNTA, Professor Colin Watts, Professor of Neurosurgery at University of Birmingham and Mr William Taylor, Senior Neurosurgeon in Glasgow and recent chairman of UK examination board and national selection process of the SAC. The panel will be chaired by Mr Neil Kitchen, President of the SBNS.

Panellists

Our panel includes:

  • Mr Neil Kitchen (Chair)
    President of the The Society of British Neurological Surgeons (SBNS).
  • Mr Ashan Jayasekera
    Chairman of the The British Neurosurgical Trainees' Association (BNTA).
  • Mr William Taylor
    Senior Neurosurgeon in Glasgow and recent chairman of UK examination board and national selection process of the SAC.
  • Professor Colin Watts
    Professor of Neurosurgery at University of Birmingham.

Recording


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