The British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy is delighted to organise the 5th Hands-on Human Cadaveric Laparoscopic Anatomy Course in collaboration with the University of Oxford.
This course will aim to demonstration and hands on prosection of female pelvic anatomy taking a laparoscopic approach to facilitate gynaecological surgical procedures and to improve knowledge of pelvic surgical anatomy including sidewall and retroperitoneal space dissections as well as techniques for repairing bowel, bladder and ureters.
12th and 13th February 2019
West Midlands Surgical Training Centre, Warwick University Medical School, CV2 2DX
This course is only open to members of the BSGE and heavily sponsored in order to minimise cost to members to this nominal rate. If you are successful, you will be asked to pay online with your debit/credit card.
Places are limited to 18 candidates. Candidates attending previous courses unfortunately will be disadvantaged. Selection will be based on the criteria and the answers.
Mr Kirana Arambage, Gynaecological Surgeon, Oxford University Hospitals
Mr Saikat Banerjee, Gynaecological Surgeon, Cambridge University Hospital
Mr Tom Cosker, Director of Human Anatomy, University of Oxford
- Introductory plenary Hands on laparoscopic human dissection on both days with lectures to facilitate sessions.
- Interactive hands on sessions with human cadavers (fresh – Not treated) with simultaneous preceptor feedback
- Self, peer and supervisor (one to one basis) assessment
Course Sponsor and Equipment Representative
BSGE would like to thank Stryker for their generous sponsorship of this event.
Registration for this course is now closed.
Successful delegates will be informed by 7th January 2019 by email and will be requested to pay the course fee to secure place on the course. Please ensure you provisionally book your study leave to attend the course.
You can download course flyer here.