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Ethicon Light Course for Laparoscopic Hernia Repairs

Ethicon is supporting 8 delegates on their Laparoscopic Incisional and Groin Hernia Training (LIGHT) course being held during February 2016. Applicants will be taken over a three stage training process involving lectures, demonstrations, operating on fresh frozen cadavers and finally supervised live operating. To apply for a place on this exciting course, please see this flyer for more details. 


M27 Course 12th-13th November, Portsmouth

This is the eighteenth M27 course, an ‘essentials in coloproctology’ course, held under the auspices of the Association of Coloproctology. This course is designed to provide sufficient basic knowledge in coloproctology from which surgical trainees can base their subsequent surgical practice.

The course fees are kept at a level which should allow study leave funding to be easily available. Accommodation may also be available at reasonable rates. There will be a 'course curry' on the 12th of November. Please click here for a flyer.

5th Annual Endosurgery Masterclass 14-15th November 2015

A weekend of state-of-the-art interventional upper and lower GI endoscopy with 4 rooms of live demonstrations and tutorials by an international faculty including Professors Kudo, Inoue and Seewald. 

Topics include; POEM for achalasia, upper and lower GI EMR and ESD, High frequency endoscopic US, magnification endoscopy, endocystoscopy, double balloon enteroscopy, ERCP, EUS and confocal endomicroscopy. 

For further details please click here for a flyer. 

Surgery for rectal prolapse 10-11th November 2015

The Victory Institute for Minimal Access and Robotic Surgery, Portsmouth, will be holding a one and a half day course focusing on the surgical aspects of rectal prolapse including; Delormes, Altmeiers and Lap VMR. 

For further information about the course and how to book, please click here.

RCS Education Bursary - Deadline 25th October

The College is committed to high quality surgical education and offers this prestigious bursary in order to promote accessibility to specialty skills training. The bursaries offer up to £1,000 towards the course fees of an RCS Education course held at The Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Eligibility criteria

Open to Members and Fellows of The Royal College of Surgeons of England. Applicants should be ST5 level or above and hold a national training number, or be working as an SAS doctor or post-CCT fellow.

Applicants can choose from a range of courses including:

Closing date: Sunday 25 October 2015 (Midnight).


Further details and application form


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