This event has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. You can still attend the webinar version here.
This in-person event will provide an in-depth overview of the numerous applications of microsurgical techniques within the field of plastic surgery. Experts will cover a plethora of knowledge from teaching the basic concepts, to best practice in microsurgical hand, breast and head and neck reconstruction, and advanced refinements within extremity, breast and head and neck reconstruction.
Cannot attend in-person? You can book to attend this event online via our webinar enabling you to watch anywhere with a good internet connection.
This event will deliver a multicentre experience of microsurgical techniques from a number of leading UK centres, including; Newcastle, Leeds, Oxford, Queen Victoria, Royal Free Hospital, and St George’s.
You will also be provided with a unique opportunity to engage with experts in their field via panel discussions.
Event topics include:
- Best practice in microsurgical extremity reconstruction, breast and head and neck reconstruction
- The promotion of interactive discussion and an understanding of the fundamental principles of microsurgical breast reconstruction
- Tips and tricks on reducing complications and mitigating risks and the use of adjuncts in microvascular surgery
CPD learning applied.
Invitation for abstracts
The RSM Plastic Surgery Section invites you to submit an abstract on the topic of "Out of the box or innovative microsurgery reconstructive solutions".
The abstract should be structured with an introduction, methods, results, and conclusion (maximum of 300 words).
Submission deadline: Wednesday 23 June 2021
Prize: RSM Certificate
Upon the council's review of the submissions, the authors of the three highest-scoring abstracts will be invited to give a five-minute oral presentation during the in-person event and will be given a certificate for this.
Please note: Only one presenter can present for each oral presentation. Shortlisted abstracts will be included in the event guide. Presenting authors of accepted abstracts must be registered to attend the in-person event.
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