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Welcome to Aesculap Academia

Aesculap Academia enjoys a world-wide reputation for providing continuing education for health-care professionals including surgeons, physicians, nurses and anaesthetists.

Our CPD accredited courses consist of a variety of teaching methods including hands-on workshops, seminars and lecture based conferences.

We are proud to announce that in recognition of outstanding surgery-related educational provision by a surgical education centre, The Royal College of Surgeons of England has awarded Aesculap Academia (UK) centre accreditation; An award of excellence.
This partnership and accreditation will enable us to ensure the highest standards of education in surgery are met.

We are pleased to welcome suggestions on specific areas of interest or ideas for future courses that you may want to discuss further with our team of experts.

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BATOD Annual Conference 2021

BATOD Annual Conference 2021

20.04. - 01.03.2022
United Kingdom - Live Webinar

BATOD Annual Conference 2021

To register for this event, please click here

The British Association of Teachers of the Deaf invites you to a series of virtual events taking place with the support of the BATOD regions and nations to showcase the presenters from the postponed 2020 BATOD National Conference.

The interactive events will take place monthly during term-time via a virtual platform and will include presentations planned for the 2020 National Conference.

The sessions will also include live Q&A and will be available to delegates on demand for up to 21 days after the event. All aspects of the event will be captioned and have BSL interpretation.

PLEASE JOIN US FOR THIS EXCITING SERIES OF EVENTS:
20th April 2021, 1330-1630 - Mental Health & Wellbeing
18th May 2021, 1330-1630 - Teaching & Learning
15th June 2021, 1330-1630 - Working with Families
14th September 2021, 1330-1630 - Specialist Intervention
12th October 2021, 1330-1630 - Teaching & Learning
16th November 2021, 1330-1630 - Communication & Language
18th January 2022, 1330-1630 - Audiology & Technology
1st March 2022, 1330-1630 - Early Intervention

BATOD MEMBERSHIP
For all BATOD membership enquiries please click here

INVOICE PAYMENTS
If you wish to pay by invoice, please contact the Aesculap Academia events team via email on academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com» more

14th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

14th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

10.12.2021
United Kingdom - Cheltenham

14th Comfortably Numb in Cheltenham

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After taking place virtually in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions we are pleased that, the Comfortably Numb course will be back face-to-face again this year in Cheltenham!

This is a one-day course, ideal for all anaesthetists from those with little or no experience in regional anaesthesia to those looking to refresh their knowledge.

The day is a balanced combination of workshops and lectures covering all aspects of regional anaesthesia including:
▌ An introduction to ultrasound
▌ Benefits, risks and outcomes
▌ Elastomeric pumps and rectus sheath catheters
▌ Equipment
▌ Upper and lower limb blocks


COURSE CHAIRMAN
Dr Trevor Johnson, Consultant Anaesthetist,
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Places on this course are very limited and will be given on a first come first serve basis. Therefore, in order to be notified as soon as registration opens please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com to be added to the waiting list.» more

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2022

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2022

27. - 28.01.2022
United Kingdom - London

British Skull Base Society Meeting 2022

To register, please click here

GENERAL INFORMATION
The British Skull Base Society (BSBS) is the multidisciplinary, multi professional body whose membership is the clinical specialists responsible for the treatment of patients in the UK with skull base tumours and other disorders of the skull base.

We are delighted to invite you once again to the annual British Skull Base Society Meeting, taking place in London in January 2022.

MEETING FORMAT
THURSDAY 27TH JANUARY
12:30 Registration, lunch and exhibition
14:00 Welcome
18:00 Close of day one
19:00 Dinner

FRIDAY 28TH JANUARY
08:30 Refreshments and exhibition
09:00 Start of day two
14:00 AGM
14:30 Close of meeting and departure lunch

INVITED SPEAKER
Professor Anil Nanda
Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery
Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School & Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, USA

ABSTRACT INFORMATION
The British Skull Base Society welcomes free papers in both oral and poster format.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE - SUNDAY 5TH DECEMBER 2021

Please note this is a strict deadline in order to allow selection by the academic committee with sufficient time for the successful candidates to book appropriate study leave. Any incomplete abstracts will be considered less favourably.

Abstract topics:
Anterior skull base
Lateral skull base
Meningioma
Facial pain
Basic science
Other


To submit an abstract, please click here

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Jonathan Pollock
Consultant Neurosurgeon
Queen’s Hospital, Romford

Alireza Shoakazemi
Consultant Neurosurgeon
Queen’s Hospital, Romford

Jarnail Bal
Consultant Neurosurgeon
Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Dimitrios Paraskevopoulos
Consultant Neurosurgeon
Barts Health NHS Trust, London

DINNER
We are pleased to host the BSBS dinner on the Thursday evening, in the Conservatory at the Barbican Centre.
Due to increasing costs and limited capacity, there is a nominal fee to reserve your place. Please note that fees are heavily subsidised by our sponsors and without their support, this meeting would not be possible.
Places are limited and we therefore advise to reserve your place in advance, at the time of booking. We cannot guarantee that places will be available on the day.» more

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course

21. - 22.04.2022
United Kingdom - Bristol

The Bristol RA-UK Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course

GENERAL INFORMATION

We invite anaesthetists of all grades to participate in this regional anaesthesia ultrasound scanning course including:
▌ Large group sonoanaotmy demonstrations
▌ Small group hands on scanning sessions (max 3 per group)
▌ Hands on cadaveric anatomy teaching
▌ Needling techniques and visualisation practice
▌ Expert discussion

COURSE DIRECTORS

Anthony Allan
Consultant Anaesthetist, Great Western
Hospital, Swindon

Anthony Carey
Consultant Anaesthetist, Southmead Hospital, Bristol

Alia Darweish
Consultant Anaesthetist, Southmead Hospital, Bristol

INVITED SPEAKERS

Vassilis Athanasoglou
Consultant Anaesthetist, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Nigel Bedforth
Consultant Anaesthetist & Associate Professor, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Kim Chishti
Consultant Anaesthetist, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Andrew Donovan
Consultant Anaesthetist, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust

Duncan Farquhar-Thompson
Consultant Anaesthetist, Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Toby Jacobs
Consultant Anaesthetist, North Bristol NHS Trust

Alexander Looseley
Consultant Anaesthetist, Southmead Hospital, Bristol

Matt Oldman
Consultant Anaesthetist, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation is not included in the course fees.
For assistance with hotels please click here.

REGISTRATION
To register for this event please click here.» more

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting (BCIG)

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting (BCIG)

26. - 27.04.2022
United Kingdom - Cardiff

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting (BCIG)

To register for this event please CLICK HERE

GENERAL INFORMATION
We look forward to welcoming you to BCIG Conference 2022.

This year the conference will be held at the prestigious Cardiff City Hall, which lies in the heart of Cardiff's Civic Centre; an area of impressive buildings, landscaped gardens and broad tree-lined avenues. Cardiff’s Civic Centre is also conveniently close to transport links.

The meeting is being jointly hosted by both North Wales and South Wales Cochlear Implant Programmes and is taking place on Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th April, 2022.

The theme is ‘Being of Sound Health: The ‘Life Benefits’ of Auditory Implants’ and we are looking forward to receiving your free paper and poster abstracts around this theme. We will be welcoming submissions regarding all audio-vestibular implantable devices.

The Gala Reception will be held at the Cardiff National Museum and Art Gallery, which is an impressive building housing world class art and natural history and is conveniently located next door to Cardiff City Hall.

We all hope to see you there!

Croeso cynnes i Gymru! - A warm welcome awaits you in Wales!

FACULTY
Doris-Eva Bamiou, UCL Ear Institute, UK

Cate Calder, Cued Speech, UK

Marco Caversaccio, University of Bern, Switzerland

Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda, University of Salamanca, Spain

Matthew Winn, University of Minnesota, USA

GRAHAM FRASER MEMORIAL LECTURE
This prestigious award and lectureship from the Graham Fraser Foundation is made at each BCIG annual meeting following nominations by the BCIG membership.

Catherine Birman, Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre, Australia

ABSTRACT INFORMATION
The British Cochlear Implant Group welcomes free papers in both oral and poster format.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE - SUNDAY 30TH JANUARY 2022

Abstract Topics:
- Surgical / Medical
- Audiology
- Paediatric re/habilitation
- Adult rehabilitation
- Basic / Translational science
- Other

Please note this is a strict deadline in order to allow selection by the academic committee with sufficient time for the successful candidates to book appropriate study leave.

Abstracts relating to our conference theme will be viewed more favourably.

In order to submit your abstract, please CLICK HERE

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
For further details on how to become a BCIG member, please CLICK HERE» more

BAHNO 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting

BAHNO 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting

13.05.2022
United Kingdom - London

BAHNO 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting

INTRODUCTION
The British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists is a multidisciplinary society for healthcare professionals involved in the study and treatment of head and neck cancer.

The association was first constituted in 1967 as the Association of Head and Neck Oncologists of Great Britain.

The stimulus for its formation was the need to encourage discussion and the sharing of knowledge between the various clinical and research specialties involved in the management of head and neck cancer.

ABSTRACTS
Abstract submission is not yet open. If you have any queries, please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com for further information.

REGISTRATION
Registration is not yet open. To be added to the waiting list please email academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com.» more

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery

27. - 28.06.2022
United Kingdom - Leeds

Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base Surgery

SAVE THE DATE!

This course is designed for neurosurgeons and otolaryngologists at senior trainee and consultant levels who are interested in the most recent developments in endoscopic surgery of the cranial base and pituitary gland.

This comprehensive two day course, limited to 12 delegates for six hands-on stations, is a presentation of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques for the anterior skull base and pituitary fossa.

Experts on the subject will present the anatomical, pathophysiological and technical aspects of surgery along with risks, benefits, and complications such as CSF leak and outcomes. Also endocrinology, neuro-radiology and anaesthetic aspects of endoscopic anterior skull base surgery will be covered.

Teaching is through hands-on cadaveric dissection with a 1:2 faculty to delegate ratio and lecture/video presentations including 3D anatomy of the paranasal sinus and skull base.

Simulation stations will also be available throughout the course, which will provide more opportunity for hands–on practice.

All catering is provided throughout the day including a sponsored course dinner.» more

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