ABS – OOPS (Oxford Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Course): Specialty Skills in Breast Surgery level 3A -Principles in Therapeutic Mammoplasty and Chest wall perforator flaps
Start Date: 22/04/2020
End Date: 23/04/2020
Venue: Saïd Business School, Oxford
Duration: 2 days
A specialized course with highly reputed faculty, focusing on breast conservation surgical techniques for breast cancer treatment. This course is suitable for career breast surgery trainees (ST6-8), consultants, career grade breast surgeons.
This course has been running since 2012 and has attracted delegates from all over the world. The course has evolved over the years with feedback from the delegates and has attracted excellent feedback.
The course involves lectures, interactive sessions, case discussions, operation videos with focus on key steps and model mark up sessions.
Miss Roy is a Consultant Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgeon in Oxford since 2011. She only performs breast surgery and offers all aspects including breast cancer surgery, reconstruction surgery and cosmetic surgery.
She graduated from University of Delhi, India and underwent higher surgical training at Oxford. She was selected for prestigious National Oncoplastic Fellowship at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust in 2009 and did a higher degree in research in breast cancer from University of Dundee. Since her appointment, she has set up a successful Oncoplastic breast service at OUH trust. A full range of reconstructive service is being offered in close association with plastic surgeons, who perform free flap reconstruction. She is a very dedicated clinician and offers compassionate consultations and individualized expert advice and opinion for breast problems.
Miss Roy specializes in diagnosis and management of breast diseases, both benign and malignant. Her specialist interest includes surgical management of breast cancer whilst ensuring an optimum aesthetic outcome by offering specialist techniques such as mammaplasty and partial breast reconstruction. She offers immediate breast reconstruction with implants and flaps for patients undergoing mastectomy for breast cancer and offers sentinel lymph node biopsy for axillary staging of patients with breast cancer. She also offers correction of breast deformities and/or breast asymmetry to patients having undergone breast cancer surgery in the past.
She is actively involved in breast cancer research and is the principal investigator at Oxford for national and international trials. She is motivated to enhance the research in the field and is actively involved in recruiting patients for research projects in collaboration with CRUK.
Brendan Smith is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon appointed as a consultant at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in 2005..
He was one of the first cohorts of National Oncoplastic TIG fellows and gained his first choice fellowship at the Christie and South Manchester University Teaching Hospitals.
Brendan set up the first Breast Oncoplastic Surgery service in the Oxford deanery and has trained many other Consultant breast surgeons.
He set up a level 1 oncoplastic training unit at the Royal Berkshire Hospital encompassing all aspects of oncoplastic breast surgery. Over this period he has always looked to develop and deliver new and more effective reconstruction techniques to his patients
Date: 22-23 April 2020
The course will be held at Said Business School, Park End St, Oxford OX1 1HP
Delegates must arrange their own accommodation. There is a wide range of hotels in the vicinity of the course venue.
The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland has awarded the following CPD points to this course:
Day 1 - 8 CPD points
Day 2 - 7 CPD points
For further information please contact us on 020 7869 6853 or 6855