Mr Sameer Umranikar
Princess Ann Hospital, Southampton
Laparoscopic training is one of the key functions of the BSGE. We successfully held the Benign Abdominal ATSM Course in September 2016, with eighty-one delegates, good feedback and profits made to continue training and education.
Preparations are already in progress for this year’s event and the course details have now been finalised. It will run on 18-20th September and will comprise a two-day theory and one day practical course that covers the essential aspects of intermediate laparoscopic and open surgery.
The practical sessions on the third day will provide training on essential skills of equipment and stack management as well as video editing and hands on dry laboratory training under supervision of expert faculty. The delegates will be required to register for the third day separately.
This meeting is recognised for the ‘Benign Abdominal Surgery: open and laparoscopic’ and ‘Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery for the excision of benign disease’ Advanced Training Skills Modules (ATSM).
Click on the events section of website for more details about the faculty, pricing and how to reserve your place.