Training the Clinical Anatomy Trainer - Level 1

9th December 2018

Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College London.

About

Taught by surgeons and surgical anatomists, the ‘Training the Clinical Anatomy Trainer - Level 1’ course is intended to provide attendees with a sound understanding of applied clinical anatomy pertinent to the level of senior medical students and foundation doctors. The course will be predominantly delivered through interactive discussions and surface anatomy demonstration as applied to trauma, assessment of nerve injuries, surgical incisions, and the anatomy encountered during common operative procedures. Successful completion of the course will require the attendee obtaining 70% marks in the above areas, which will be formally assessed using spotters and viva-voce. It is intended that on completion of this course the attendee will have sufficient knowledge and understanding to teach their juniors in a formal manner. A teaching certificate will be provided to validate this. This is the first part of the 3-Level ‘Training the Clinical Anatomy Trainer’ Courses, with successful completion of Level 3 leading to the certification as Clinical or Surgical Anatomist.

Suitable for

Medical Students and Foundation Year Doctors, especially those interested in a career in Surgery, Radiology, Anaesthesia, Critical Care, and Accident & Emergency Medicine

Faculty

Surgeons and Surgical Anatomists

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Date 9th December 2018
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Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College Union, Imperial College London, Prince Consort Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2BB
Course Fee £ 40.00 for medical students
£ 60.00 for doctors
Closing Date Places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis and therefore we are unable to provide a precise closing date.
No of Places 20
Dress code Professional/Semi-formal
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