Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

In partnership with the British Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

This webinar series covers new and emerging techniques in all facets of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery balanced with refinements in current practice. It is aimed at UK and International surgeons in training and those in established practice in Oral and Maxillofacial, ENT and Plastic Surgery.

Topic Date Broadcast
Head and Neck 5000 - creating a clinical cohort 13th April 2022
Intraoperative navigation and mixed reality in Head and Neck Surgery 24th March 2022
Considerations in the Reconstruction of the Buccal Mucosal Defect 2nd March 2022
Contemporary Management of Oral Cavity Cancer 28th February 2022
Past, Present and Future for Virtual Reality in Medicine and Surgery (VRIMS) 9th February 2022
Head and Neck Reconstruction Update 12th January 2022
The Management of Temporomandibular Dysfunction - A Surgeon’s Perspective 9th December 2021
Clinical trials in Head & Neck oncology 10th November 2021
Facial Aesthetics Update 5th October 2021
Craniofacial Surgery - An update 9th September 2021
Management of complex head and neck trauma 19th August 2021
Approaches to the seriously compromised orbit 1st September 2020
Blepharoplasty Masterclass 7th July 2020
Outcomes in TMJ Surgery 2nd June 2020
Update on Sentinel Node Biopsy 5th May 2020
Facial Reanimation 7th April 2020
Contemporary Cleft Lip & Palate Care 3rd March 2020
Current Practice in the Treatment of Skin Cancer (Melanoma & Non Melanoma) of the Head and Neck 11th February 2020
Paediatric Craniofacial Surgery 7th January 2020
New and emerging clinical trials in head and neck 3rd December 2019
Robotic surgery in head and neck, past, present and future 5th November 2019
Emerging techniques in facial and dental implant reconstruction 1st October 2019
Mandibular reconstruction 3rd September 2019

The archived webinar recordings are a RCSEd member benefit resource for all Fellows, Members and Affiliates.

Please contact the e-learning team at webinars@rcsed.ac.uk if you have any issues accessing these resources.


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