|date_range Date|| 30th May 2017
|location_city Venue||The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Nicolson Street, Edinburgh|
Fee for FPC Members: £100.00
|event_seat No of Places Available||20|
Perioperative Practitioners (Surgical First Assistants and Surgical Care Practitioners) who have already attended the Principles of Surgical Anatomy Study Day.
Particular stress will be laid upon encouraging participants to acquire an internally-visualised, 3D model of the trunk, rather than memorising descriptive detail. Participants will also be encouraged to actively apply their anatomical knowledge to all aspects of surgical practice, including safeguarding patient safety. In addition, participants will be advised to try to understand key structural concepts and to reflect on how best they can continue to develop their individual surgical anatomy knowledge.
Aims & Objectives:
The day is designed to review the practical structure of the trunk (thorax, abdomen, pelvis & perineum) by emphasising features of importance to surgical practice. The course also aims to stress the importance of key concepts and diagrams in helping to understand and visualise body structure.
Following attendance at this study day, participants should be able to: 1) Describe the general structural features of the regions of the trunk (thorax, abdomen, pelvis & perineum); 2) Give examples of important features of the surgical anatomy of the trunk (e.g. how knowledge of key visceral relationships can minimise injury during operations); 3) Describe how they have improved their capacity to visualise the general structural features of the trunk; 4) Describe ways in which they might improve their own surgical anatomy knowledge of the trunk.
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