St Mark's Hospital, Harrow, London
A 2 day interactive course to prepare candidates with an interest in coloproctology for the FRCS.
This is an intense course offering theory and practical skills for nurses who assist with polypectomy during Endoscopy procedures. Both recognition of polyps, intervention and equipment will be discussed.
This masterclass is aimed at developing and enhancing knowledge and skills in aspects of enteral tube placement and the clinical care of enteral feeding tubes and stoma sites.
St Mark’s Hospital was one of the world's first specialist hospitals and has made a significant contribution towards the understanding of intestinal and colorectal diseases.
Postgraduates looking for a more hands-on experience at St Mark’s Hospital can apply for the post of honorary clinical assistant in either surgery or medicine.
We offer observerships of varying length which provide clinicians with the opportunity to observe the work of St Mark’s Hospital in a limited capacity.
St Mark’s Academic Institute has run highly prestigious teaching terms for intestinal and colorectal surgeons for many years.