At this year's Undergraduate Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Conference, learn about the core aspects of plastic surgery, get career advice from top specialists and improve your surgical skills in plastic surgery techniques by taking part in practical workshops.
Many medical schools in the United Kingdom oﬀer little exposure to the specialist ﬁeld of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery; however, It is one of the fastest growing specialties, with principles and concepts that can be applied across the breadth of surgery.
Almost every surgeon will come into contact with this specialty at some point during their career.
Entering its 12th successful year, the conference aims to introduce and teach students and junior doctors the key components of plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery.
UPRAS has a programme that has been constructed in conjunction with, and delivered by, some of the most prominent consultant plastic surgeons and trainees in the country.
- Know about core aspects of plastic surgery
- Be able to carry out plastic surgical skills in suturing, local flaps, tendon repair and vascular anastomosis
- Guidance on the plastic surgery training pathway
For delegates attending the lectures only, the programme finishes at 1.30pm with lunch. Please feel free to network over the refreshments.