The Institute of Academic Surgery & Sydney Robotic Summit Conveners are pleased to announce that the Sydney Robotics Summit returns in June. This event has been part of the Sydney Innovation and Research Symposium where Sydney Local Health District showcases the best in cutting-edge research and the latest in innovations.
Previously, over 800 delegates have attended to learn about the robotic surgery program, liver transplant successes and emergency department innovations, in addition to a number of other interesting topics across health and technology.
The day will include: Semi-live surgeries, International & local plenary speakers, Multi-disciplinary & multi-specialty programs, More surgical specialties, Robotic master classes, as well as Exhibitor stalls & demonstrations
This event is open to all with a surgical interest; in particular: surgeons, JMOs, students, Nursing, Allied Health, GPs, anaesthetic staff, researchers and administrators.
More details will be available on their website.
When: Saturday 23 June, 2018
Where: Australian Technology Park (ATP), Eveleigh
More details: Website, Twitter
Sydney University Surgical Society is excited to host the annual seminar “Introduction to Surgery: SET and Beyond“. This night aims to educate students about surgery as a career and pathways for gaining entry to Surgical Education and Training (SET) programs.
This year we are fortunate to have Dr Sarah Aitken and Dr Pratik Rastogi provide their insights on the pathway to surgery.
Dr Aitken is a Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon at Concord Repatriation General Hospital, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, and an academic surgeon. Dr Aiken’s talk will provide insight into life as a surgeon, her career pathway, and surgical research.
Dr Rastogi, a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Registrar at RNSH, will discuss the RACS selection and training process. He will also talk about how research and postgraduate courses can fit into the surgical training and selection process.
Whether you’re interested in a career in surgery or simply want to learn more, this lecture is a fantastic opportunity, particularly for Stage 1 and 2 medical students, to gain insight into the surgical training process and a career in surgery.
Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018.
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm
Location: New Law School Lecture Theatre 026, University of Sydney
Please RSVP via our Facebook Event
Thank you to everyone who has joined us for Journal Club in 2017. We have had a lot of interesting topics from a range of year groups.
SUSS Journal club will be returning in 2018. Please sign up to our mailing list to be notified of our return and of subsequent journal club themes.
Have a relaxing time off and enjoy your summer break!
Sydney University Surgical Society is pleased to host Congenital Heart Surgery Grand Rounds.
Dr Yishay Orr will present her perspectives as a Paediatric and Adult Cardiothoracic Surgeon, discussing several cases of adult and paediatric congenital heart disease.
Dr Orr graduated from UNSW in 1999, then progressed through intern and residency years in Sydney before commencing work in cardiothoracic surgery. During her training, Dr Orr completed her research PhD investigating neutrophils and the systemic inflammatory response to cardiopulmonary bypass through the School of Medical Sciences at the University of NSW. After obtaining Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Dr Orr embarked on 3 years of paediatric cardiac surgery training, with 2 years at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead followed by a year-long Fellowship at Texas Children’s Hospital.
Dr Orr is a VMO at Westmead Hospital, VMO at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, and VMO Cardiothoracic Transplant Surgeon at St Vincent’s Hospital. Dr Orr is also Supervisor of Surgical Education and Training (Cardiothoracic Surgery) at The Children’s Hospital, Westmead. In addition to her clinical work, Dr Orr is a Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon for Open Heart International and has undertaken humanitarian work in countries such as Myanmar, India Papua New Guinea and several others.
This grand rounds will be particularly relevant to Stage 1 students in Cardiology block; however, students from all stages and clinical schools are welcome.
Date: Tuesday 31 October, 2017
Time: 6.00 – 7.00 pm
Venue: Carslaw Lecture Theatre 275
RSVP on the Facebook event page