The Annual London Spine Course

spinecourse150x11125th to 27th June 2014, London, United Kingdom
With strong links between neurosurgical and orthopaedic spine faculties, this course targets surgical trainees and consultants, as well as physiotherapists, GPs, nurses and theatre staff. Topics to be covered include Spine Pathology and Common Clinical Conditions, Expert Surgical Techniques.

This is the 20th annual course in Spinal surgery (previously known as The Hammersmith Spine Course) and is an annual International forum for trainees, consultants and industry scientists.

 Who should attend?

Practising surgeons, Specialist Nurses, A & E Nurses, Theatre Nurses, Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery trainees, Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Consultants, Physiotherapists, GPs and Pain Specialists wanting to update their current experience or learn more about other techniques, consultants and surgeons in training who would like to receive a focused educational experience on current concepts in Spinal Surgery. The course would also provide a good grounding for pain specialists, physical therapists, nurses and GPs with interest in spine.

 Why is this course different from others?

The course brings together eminent speakers with specialist skills in specific spinal topics.
The surgical techniques section aims to give delegates an opportunity to learn a surgical technique from a specialist who regularly performs that operation and can therefore advise on surgical tips and pitfalls.

Workshops will run on Day 1 and 2

Ideal opportunity for Trainees for the FRCS exam revision
Accreditation will be applied for from the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Course Organisers

The course is organised by the Department of Orthopaedic Spinal Surgery, Imperial College London:
Mr Mo Akmal, Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

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Find more information about the prgogramme here.

Click here for online registration.

Tip: More up to date educational events dealing with healthcare can be found online on the Education Database »medicine & health«.

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