Wednesday 17 January 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
6 CPD Points
This meeting will describe what skull base surgery is as a subspecialty. It promotes as understanding of the interdisciplinary role of the MDT and gives an overview of the history of how it has evolved. The meeting should also provide an understanding of the different pathologies that can be treated and the different techniques that can now be used for treating such pathologies.
Why should you attend?
This is a subspecialty that is interdisciplinary, involving maxillofacial, ENT, occuloplastics, plastics and neurosurgery together with interventional radiology and oncology.
It is a specialty that few trainees and consultants have any experience of. However it is a specialty that has evolved and can treat many pathologies. It is important that all doctors are aware of it’s existence and how patients are treated.
This day should appeal to all those interested in head and neck, neurosurgery, plastics, ENT and maxillofacial surgery. It is also of interest to GPs, nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists, and medical students.
It should also be targeted at those junior doctors who are considering broadening their knowledge, or considering this type of specialty.
Short paper prize - November
Submission deadline: Wednesday 22 November 2017
Meeting date: Wednesday 17 January 2018
Open to: All trainees in relevant specialties
RSM member from £45 - £125
Non-member from £55- £195
*Tickets include tea and coffee and lunch
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Miss Caroline Mills, Immediate Past President, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Introduction to morning session
Miss Helen Witherow, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
A personal history of skull base surgery
Mr Daniel Archer, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals and Northwick Park Hospital
Skull base anatomy
Mr Jahrad Haq, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Tea and coffee break
Open access to the central and anterior skull base
Mr Peter Clarke, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Maxillofacial surgery: “Through the keyhole”
Mr Shahzada Ahmed, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Introduction to afternoon session
Miss Helen Witherow
Access to the lateral skull base
Mr Parag Patel, Consultant ENT surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Skull base surgery and the orbit
Miss Sarah Osborne, Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Mr Mehmet Manisali, Consultant, Maxillofacial Surgeon, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Croydon University Hospital
Tea and coffee break
Endoscopic solutions to skull base complications
Miss Sarah Little, Consultant ENT Surgeon, St George’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Discussion of complex cases
Short paper presentations
Concluding remarks and close of meeting
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This will be the 4th annual RSM and BSHNI head & neck imaging refresher course.
This year the focus of the meeting will be on ENT.
Date: Friday 9 February 2018
Venue: Crowne Plaza Newcastle
For information on this event, contact Lucy Courtney-BennettTel: 02072903945 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org