Events

events in june 2020
Monday
01
Jun

ANZGOSA/ANZHPBA & ANZMOSS Webinar Series

Supported by Medtronic

Time:

  • 7:00pm AEST (5:00pm AWST, 9:00pm NZST)

Moderator:

  • Mr Tom Wilson, Clinical Director, General & Digestive Surgery, Flinders Medical Centre President, ANZHPBA

Faculty:

  • Jonathan Koea – Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Auckland; Head of the Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary/Upper Gastrointestinal Unit, North Shore Hospital

  • Tom O’Rourke – HPB and Liver Transplant Surgeon; Director HPB Surgery, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane

  • Kym Jenkins – Chair Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges, Immediate Past-President Royal Australian New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Chair Migrant and Refugee Health Partnership, Board Director Mental Health Australia

  • Sean O’Neill - CPA, B. Bus (Acc), Consultant, DPM Financial Services

Programme:

Topic

Presenter

Time

Introduction

Tom Wilson

5 min

COVID-19: Mental Health consequences for surgeons

 

 

  • Clinician’s perspective

Jonathan Koea

5 min

  • Psychiatrist’s perspective and advice

Kym Jenkins

15 min

  • Participant questions and discussion

 

10 min

COVID-19: Financial consequences for surgeons

 

 

  • Clinician’s perspective

Tom O’Rourke

5 min

  • Accountant’s perspective and advice

Sean O’Neill

15 min

  • Participant questions and discussion

 

10 mins

Already registered for this event via an earlier invite? No need to register again, we will see you there.

Registration:

Click here to register.

For further information please contact:

E anzgosa@gmail.com

Wednesday
03
Jun

ANZGOSA teaching programme for SET Trainees

Purpose:

A series of lectures aimed at covering the Upper Gastrointestinal and Bariatric curriculum for senior General Surgery Trainees preparing for the FRACS.

Audience:

  • Senior General Surgery SET trainees
  • International Medical Graduates studying for the RACS Fellowship Exam

Learning objectives:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Upper GI tract
  • Pathophysiology of diseases of the Upper GI tract and Obesity
  • Management of obesity and diseases of the Upper GI tract

Resources:

Format

  • One-hour live session via Zoom (5pm WA/6.30pm SA/7pm EST/9pm NZ)
    - Lecturer to present PowerPoint on given topic in
    cluding mock questions (40 min)
    - Facilitator to manage questions from participants (20 min)
  • Participants to have video off, type questions via chat.
  • Lecture to be recorded and available on the ANZGOSA/GSA & Medtronic Website.

Topic

3rd June - Oesophageal emergencies

Registration

Please click here to register.

For further information please contact:

E anzgosa@gmail.com

Wednesday
03
Jun

QLD Core Course Program

Topics

  • Soft tissue Sarcoma
  • Small bowel tumours

Time & Location

7.00pm
RACS, 59-69 Shafston Avenue, Kangaroo Point

For further information please contact:

Rachel Craddock
Queensland Regional Executive Officer
P +61 7 3317 8382
E rachel.craddock@generalsurgeons.com.au

Wednesday
03
Jun

SA Long Course Program

Time

7.00pm

This event will be delivered as a live stream.

For further information please contact:

Karen Clark
Education & Hospital Inspection Coordinator (SA/WA)
P +61 8 8274 3791
E karen.clark@generalsurgeons.com.au

Wednesday
10
Jun

ANZGOSA teaching programme for SET Trainees

Purpose:

A series of lectures aimed at covering the Upper Gastrointestinal and Bariatric curriculum for senior General Surgery Trainees preparing for the FRACS.

Audience:

  • Senior General Surgery SET trainees
  • International Medical Graduates studying for the RACS Fellowship Exam

Learning objectives:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Upper GI tract
  • Pathophysiology of diseases of the Upper GI tract and Obesity
  • Management of obesity and diseases of the Upper GI tract

Resources:

Format

  • One-hour live session via Zoom (5pm WA/6.30pm SA/7pm EST/9pm NZ)
    - Lecturer to present PowerPoint on given topic in
    cluding mock questions (40 min)
    - Facilitator to manage questions from participants (20 min)
  • Participants to have video off, type questions via chat.
  • Lecture to be recorded and available on the ANZGOSA/GSA & Medtronic Website.

Topic

10th June - Oesophageal anatomy and embryology

Registration

Please click here to register.

For further information please contact:

E anzgosa@gmail.com

Wednesday
10
Jun

SA Long Course Program

Time

7.00pm

This event will be delivered as a live stream.

For further information please contact:

Karen Clark
Education & Hospital Inspection Coordinator (SA/WA)
P +61 8 8274 3791
E karen.clark@generalsurgeons.com.au

Saturday
13
Jun

NSW Educational Program

Topics

DVT, Vascular
Urology
Exam Technique

Time

9:30am – 4:30pm

Location

Johnson & Johnson Medical Auditorium
1-5 Khartoum Road, North Ryde
Parking available at venue.

For further information please contact:

Katherine Naumoff
NSW-ACT Regional Executive Officer
P +61 477 888 578
E katherine.naumoff@generalsurgeons.com.au

Monday
15
Jun

QLD Core Course Program

Topics

  • Adrenal tumours
  • Liver, pancreaticoduodenal and spleen trauma

Time & Location

7.00pm
RACS, 59-69 Shafston Avenue, Kangaroo Point

For further information please contact:

Rachel Craddock
Queensland Regional Executive Officer
P +61 7 3317 8382
E rachel.craddock@generalsurgeons.com.au

Monday
15
Jun

WA WARTS Session

Time & Location

1.30pm-5.30pm
RACS, 184 Hampden Road, Nedlands, WA

For further information please contact:

Karen Clark
Education & Hospital Inspection Coordinator (SA/WA)
P +61 8 8274 3791
E karen.clark@generalsurgeons.com.au

Wednesday
17
Jun

ANZGOSA teaching programme for SET Trainees

Purpose:

A series of lectures aimed at covering the Upper Gastrointestinal and Bariatric curriculum for senior General Surgery Trainees preparing for the FRACS.

Audience:

  • Senior General Surgery SET trainees
  • International Medical Graduates studying for the RACS Fellowship Exam

Learning objectives:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Upper GI tract
  • Pathophysiology of diseases of the Upper GI tract and Obesity
  • Management of obesity and diseases of the Upper GI tract

Resources:

Format

  • One-hour live session via Zoom (5pm WA/6.30pm SA/7pm EST/9pm NZ)
    - Lecturer to present PowerPoint on given topic in
    cluding mock questions (40 min)
    - Facilitator to manage questions from participants (20 min)
  • Participants to have video off, type questions via chat.
  • Lecture to be recorded and available on the ANZGOSA/GSA & Medtronic Website.

Topic

17th June - Peptic Ulcers

Registration

Please click here to register.

For further information please contact:

E anzgosa@gmail.com

Wednesday
17
Jun

SA Long Course Program

Time

7.00pm

This event will be delivered as a live stream.

For further information please contact:

Karen Clark
Education & Hospital Inspection Coordinator (SA/WA)
P +61 8 8274 3791
E karen.clark@generalsurgeons.com.au

Friday
19
Jun

CTEC’s Core Skills: Laparoscopic General Surgery

This cadaveric Laparoscopic General Surgery Trainee workshop provides Junior General Surgical Trainees with the opportunity to learn new skills in a range of procedures in minimal access surgery.  Limited places are available for Service Registrars with strong surgical experience. Trainees will deepen their understanding and skills through a combination of presentations, demonstrations and practical cadaveric sessions.

Suitable for:

Accredited Registrars, Junior General Surgery Trainees and Service Registrars with strong laparoscopic experience.

Workshop content:


Presentations:

  • Entry techniques
  • Trocar placement
  • Instrument placement
  • Role of the assistant
  • Dealing with difficult cases
  • Critical points during surgery
  • Dealing with an emergency situation

Demonstrations and Cadaveric Practical Sessions:

  • Trocar placement
  • Laparoscopic appendicectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic extraperitoneal inguinal hernia and choice of mesh

Each practical session will also focus on the immediate anatomy of the structures operated on and their adjacent structures, broadening and consolidating participants’ anatomical knowledge and understanding.

Accreditation:

RACS CPD Program reaccreditation will be sought for 2020.

Date & Time

Friday 19 June 2020
07.45am to 04.45pm

Location

CTEC, The University of Western Australia, Perth

Registration

Please click here to view CTEC's website for further information and to register.

Contact

John Linehan
CTEC Senior Course Co-ordinator
P  +61 8 6488 8049
john.linehan@uwa.edu.au
W www.ctec.uwa.edu.au

Wednesday
24
Jun

ANZGOSA teaching programme for SET Trainees

Purpose:

A series of lectures aimed at covering the Upper Gastrointestinal and Bariatric curriculum for senior General Surgery Trainees preparing for the FRACS.

Audience:

  • Senior General Surgery SET trainees
  • International Medical Graduates studying for the RACS Fellowship Exam

Learning objectives:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Upper GI tract
  • Pathophysiology of diseases of the Upper GI tract and Obesity
  • Management of obesity and diseases of the Upper GI tract

Resources:

Format

  • One-hour live session via Zoom (5pm WA/6.30pm SA/7pm EST/9pm NZ)
    - Lecturer to present PowerPoint on given topic in
    cluding mock questions (40 min)
    - Facilitator to manage questions from participants (20 min)
  • Participants to have video off, type questions via chat.
  • Lecture to be recorded and available on the ANZGOSA/GSA & Medtronic Website.

Topic

24th June - Gastric Carcinoma

Registration

Please click here to register.

For further information please contact:

E anzgosa@gmail.com

Wednesday
24
Jun

SA Long Course Program

Time

7.00pm

This event will be delivered as a live stream.

For further information please contact:

Karen Clark
Education & Hospital Inspection Coordinator (SA/WA)
P +61 8 8274 3791
E karen.clark@generalsurgeons.com.au

Thursday
25
Jun
Until Friday
26th Jun

ANZHPBA Annual Meeting 2020

Please click here to view a flyer.

Date & Time

25-26 June 2020

Venue

Rydges
South Bank, Queensland

Register

Please click here to view website and register.

For more information, please contact:

E: info@e-kiddna.com.au

 
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