BMUS MSK Dissection Cadaveric Course 2018

23rd Jun 2018

BMUS are proud to present a new and innovative format for our advanced Musculoskeletal Ultrasound day.

The day will be led by Alison Hall, Consultant MSK Sonographer and spent in the anatomy suite of Keele Medical School where surgeons will perform detailed fresh cadaveric dissections of the upper limb.

Adjacent to the surgeon will be an experienced MSK sonographer with a machine and live model.

There will also be prosected (ready dissected) material, anatomical diagrams and images of musculoskeletal pathology.   All this will be live streamed to the lecture theatre at Keele. 

There will be the opportunity for 20 delegates to stand within the anatomy suite, with the surgeon and sonographer and having access to the prosected material whilst the remaining 30 will be seated in the lecture hall.

Dissections will be driven by the requests of delegates wishing to see specific structures both dissected, on ultrasound and if required, on anatomical diagrams.  There will also be footage of relevant surgical procedures.

The day would be appropriate for Radiographers, Radiologists, Rheumatologists, Physiotherapists or other health care professionals with experience in musculoskeletal ultrasound and an interest in correlation of clinical and ultrasound findings in the upper limb.

Mr Chris Bainbridge will cover the hand, wrist and forearm and Mr Mike Walton will cover the elbow and shoulder.

Mr Chris Bainbridge has been doing Hand Surgery since 1987 and has been a consultant since 1994.  He has pioneered minimally invasive surgery for Dupuytrens, endoscopic surgery for cubital tunnel and loves cadaver courses.  He is also experienced in the use of diagnostic ultrasound, running courses for clinical colleagues.

Mr Mike Walton specialises in all aspects of shoulder surgery. He has a particular interest in advanced keyhole techniques, joint replacement and revision surgery.

Mike is actively involved in research and has published numerous scientific papers and has presented work internationally.

This course will see the live disection of a cadaveric limb and upon booking you will have the choice to either have a place inside the lab to see the dissection first hand or to have a place in a theatre and view the dissection via live feed. There is an additional fee of £15 to view the dissection from inside the lab. 

To view the draft programme, please click here

Fees:

Member £185

Non member £260

Lab fee £15

All place are on a first come first served basis. 

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Registrations for the Study Day close at midnight on the 16th June 2018. Please ensure you are registered before this date to attend this course. 

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