Conferences, Courses & CPD

On this page you will find information on how to register for CPD webinars and reports from conferences and courses across the UK, written by Mammary Fold members in attendance.

Forthcoming Webinars

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh are in the process of launching a new series of free educational webinars aimed at general surgical trainees covering the Management of Breast Diseases.

The webinars will be delivered live online and will all be scheduled for weekday evenings at 8pm. The webinars are free to access and anyone can register to attend. They are no more than an hour in length with 45 minutes set aside for presentation and 15 minutes set aside for a Q&A session.

Details of the next webinar are as follows:-

Topic: Breast Radiology

Date/Time: 27th November 2017 at 8pm

Guest Speaker: Dr Jennifer Royds & Dr Ashwini Sharma

Target Audience: General surgical trainees

Registration: Visit https://www.rcsed/ to register.



Mammary Fold pre-ABS Education Day 2017

Written by Fiona Langlands 

Mammary Fold Session - ABS Conference 2017 

Written by Fiona Langlands

Cambridge Chest Wall Perforator Flap and Breast Reconstruction Course 

Written by Baek Kim

ABS Session Report

 More reports will appear here in due course. If you are interested in writing a report about conference or course that you have attended, please contact

Symposium Mammographicum

Abstract submission deadline: 5 February 2018

Presenting your work at Symposium Mammographicum is an excellent opportunity to showcase new research, innovations, stimulate debate and enhance your personal career prospects. Submissions are invited for both oral and poster presentations.
And New for 2018; accepted oral presenters register free of charge for the day they are presenting.

Awards and prizes for 2018

Caroline Roney Award for Excellence – Awarded to either a poster or short paper
People's Poster Prize 
Prizes for top two short paper presentations

Prizes for top two poster presentations

Conference venue

ACC Liverpool is only a short journey away from Liverpool Lime Street station and its direct services to London that take little over two hours.  Click here for further information on getting to the venue.

For any other queries please email
For more information on the conference please visit

View the submission guidelines and submit your abstract here



Wolverhampton Breast Meeting (WBM) - Innovations and Advances in Breast Surgery (IABS)

Dear Colleagues

We have great pleasure in inviting you and your team to the Wolverhampton Breast Conference on Innovations and advances in Breast Surgery (IABS) at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. This year will be on “Localisation of breast and axillary lesions from current status to future”. The meeting has an exciting scientific programme with expert international faculty and lively discussion and debate. We are sure that you would find the programme highly inspiring and useful for day to day practice.

Please register using the website:

If you have any queries please email:

We look forward to meeting you and your team on Monday 23 April 2018 at Wolverhampton Science Park.

Yours Sincerely

Dr R Vidya

Course Director

Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon




London Breast Meeting 2018 

Common Problems in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

5-8 September 2018, Royal College of Physicians, London

The international London Breast Meeting has established itself as an essential meeting in the academic calendar, aiming to deliver an inspiring and thought-provoking programme in oncological, reconstructive and aesthetic breast surgery

This year we will be focusing on the common problems in the field and how these can be resolved, including the topics of breast oncology, oncoplastic surgery, implant-based reconstruction, autologous reconstruction, ALCL and aesthetic breast surgery.

Click here to view the programme.

The programme has been organised by Co-Chairs, Professor Jian Farhadi, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London & Professor Jaume Masia, Chief of Plastic Surgery Department, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona.

LICAP Workshop

Live Demonstration of Partial Breast Reconstruction with Local Chest Wall Perforator Flaps

City Hospital Birmingham, Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 7QH

3rd July 2018

Find out more here


ORBS by Design Meeting

21st - 22nd September 2018

Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham


Find the final programme here


Breast Surgery Study Day

Breast Care Centre, Southmead Hospital, Bristol

Friday 6th July 2018

Find out more here