Unsure about what training or a career in surgery looks like? Want to meet surgeons to pick their brains and find a mentor? Or just want to see what the fuss about surgery is all about? If so, this is the event for you. All unis invited!
With over 20 surgeons from different specialties and backgrounds attending, here’s your chance to get all your surgical questions answered in one place and to set you on the right path for a career in surgery. What’s more, it’s catered!
There will be:
a) Small breakout sessions (4-5 students per surgeon) to talk to senior surgeons about their career, mentorship and advice they might have for medical students
b) Short talks about how to become a surgeon, an explanation of who is who in the hospital and introduction to the new Career-Planning service and Masters program at USYD
c) Food and Drink!
There is a limit of 100 tickets, so signup on the eventbrite is necessary to attend – APOLOGIES BUT THE EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
We hope to see you there! If you have any questions about the event, please send an email to email@example.com
Location: University of Sydney Nanoscience Hub (A31)- Foyer area, Lecture Theatre 3003 and Seminar Room 3001
Time: Friday, February 28, 2020
Date: 5:45 PM
The Sydney University Surgical Society (SUSS) and Sydney University Paediatrics Society (SUPS) are proud to present Paediatric Surgery Grand Rounds.
This is an opportunity to hear from our guest speaker, Dr. Matthew Liava’a, a paediatric cardiacthoracic surgeon at Children’s Hospital Westmead.
Come along to learn about cardiac surgery and training pathways. It will also be a great opportunity to review cardiac anatomy, embryology and congenital anomalies. Hear about the current and fascinating techniques used to surgically fix congenital cardiac abnormalities. The talk is titled “Turning Blue Babies Pink”.
Delicious catering will be provided at 4.45, with the talk starting at 5.
Date: 23 October 2019
Location: The Quarter Event Space
Time: 4.45 pm
Interested in becoming a surgeon or simply like to learn a thing or two about suturing? Come join us at the WIM Surgical Skills Workshop night and meet some inspirational female surgeons!
Date: 19 September 2019
Time: 5:45 – 8:00PM
Location: Wallace Wurth
We have very limited spots and attendees will be selected at random after registration is closed.
*Sign-up opens at 7pm on 21 August – link will be posted onto this page
The Sydney University Surgical Society and GlobalHOME are proud to present their annual joint event, the Global Surgery Grand Rounds. This is an opportunity to hear from the inspiring surgeons and aid workers who are at the front lines of war, extreme poverty, natural disasters and humanitarian crisis, to lend their skills to people in desperate need of their help.
Dr Sarah Tolerton is an early-career Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon who has previously volunteered as a registrar with Interplast in Vientiane Hospital in Laos at the Mahosot General Hospital. She will provide an interesting insight into volunteering during training, the hows and the whys.
Date: 12 August 2019
Location: New Law School Theatre 101
Time: 4:30 PM
Food will be provided 🙂
Urine luck! Prof Henry Woo, Professor of all things urological and social media tycoon will be giving a SUSS grand rounds talk on urology, as well as giving some insight into the use of social media as a surgeon following his much publicised twitter escapades. Looks like it’ll be a wee-lly good event – especially for you stage twos!
Seriously though, Henry Woo is a urological surgeon who is subspecialised in the management of prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia. He is Professor of Surgery at the Sydney Adventist Hospital Clinical School of the University of Sydney. He is the Director of Uro-Oncology and the Professor of Robotic Cancer Surgery at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. He is fellowship elected Councillor of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is Board Director of the Australian and New Zealand Uro-genital and Prostate Cancer Trials Group and a Board Director of the Australasian Urological Foundation. He has published extensively and reviews for all of the major urological journals. He is an Associate Editor of the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases, a Consulting Editor of the BJUI and serves on the Editorial Boards of the journals European Urology, World Journal of Men’s Health, Prostate International, Asian Journal of Urology, World Journal of Urology and PLOS One. He also has interests in professionalism in surgery, the role of social media in medicine, inequities in access to health care and evidence based practice. Outside of surgery, he goes to the gym to practice what he preaches to his patients, is a lifelong Triple J listener and a collector of retro technology (eg cameras, audio, turntables, jukeboxes etc) and vinyl records.
Date: 15 July 2019
Location: Law LT024