Simulation - unconscious to conscious training


Friday 9 June 2017


Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
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Cardiothoracic Section


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about this event

This meeting will examine the current state of play of the use of simulation in surgery in general and specifically its use to train cardio-thoracic surgeons in new skills. It will look at how basic to advanced skills can be developed in junior and senior surgeons. The speakers are experts in their field and practical hands-on session has been included in the programme.

Cardiothoracic Section case presentation - President’s prize

Submission deadline: Friday 21 April 2017
Open to: All students and trainees

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 Please note the programme is subject to change


9.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.30 am


9.40 am

Simulation in surgery

Kenneth Walker

10.20 am

Simulation in cardiac surgery

Mike Lewis

10.50 am

Tea and coffee break

11.00 am

Mitral surgery simulation

Peyman Nia

11.30 am

Panel discussion

12.00 pm


12.45 pm

Simulation in the catheter lab

Tim Strang

1.05 pm

VATS lobectomy simulation

Gianluca Casali

1.25 pm

3D printing and chest wall surgery

Ehab Bishay

1.45 pm

Title to be confirmed

Sridhar Rathinam

2.05 pm

Panel discussion

2.30 pm

Tea and coffee break

2.45 pm

Practical simulation demonstrations

Close of meeting

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