Robotic-assisted Surgery

Robotic-assisted surgery is increasingly being utilised in many surgical specialties in the UK and internationally. The College’s portfolio of Robotic-assisted Surgery webinars is a useful resource for those looking to consolidate their knowledge and keep up to date with the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field.

You can find full details of all the College's past and future Robotic-assisted Surgery webinars below.

Robotics and Surgery: Innovating for the Future

The 'Robotics and Surgery: Innovating for the Future' webinar series focuses on the topic of robotics and its impact on the future of surgery. This series will dive into the work RCSEd has been striving forward on and will look at the future development of surgical practices, increased deployment of robotics training, and the creation of a key framework to help support the future of the multidisciplinary robotic surgical team. Joined by expert clinicians from across the field, tune in and gather valuable insights that will encourage and inspire you to take advantage of the modern approaches to surgery and build your knowledge to deliver greater care for your patients.

RCSEd-ARIS Robotic Updates: Robotic Experiences from across the Continents

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Association of Robotic and Innovative Surgeons have collaborated to deliver a series of educational webinars focused on the latest developments in Robotic-assisted Surgery and other disruptive technologies.

Trans-Oral Robotic Surgery of the Head and Neck

This webinar series looks at the important considerations when embarking on a Trans-Oral Robotic Surgery programme. The RCSEd Otolaryngology Surgical Specialty Board has invited UK experts in the field of TORS including surgeons and members of the the wider multidisciplinary team, to give us their opinion and summarise the literature on important considerations such as the Inside Out Anatomy, the functional aspects specifically the swallowing outcome, anaesthetic considerations and post op pain control.

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