This four-week programme includes lectures, open seminars, and the opportunity to spend time in the various hospital departments.
Tagged with: Surgery
Observership at St Mark's designed to teach laparoscopic imaging and exploration of the common bile duct with potential user laser lithotripsy. Teaching methods includes four operating lists plus case-discussion, radiology meetings and tutorials.
Two day event at St Mark's Hospital focusing on pelvic floor disorders and anal fistula
An opportunity to ask and discover everything it takes to become a doctor.
Anopress, a new generation portable manometry device which can be incorporated into routine patient assessment
Degree-level module on Abdominal Care for healthcare professionals; 20 credits from Birmingham City University
This one day masterclass will be of interest to healthcare professionals including nurses who want to have a better understanding of the body image related to the gut.
St Mark's flagship three day annual international conference, with symposia covering many of the most important topics in intestinal and colorectal disease.
This one day study day is anticipated to increase the knowledge and understanding of healthcare professionals caring for people with colorectal cancer.
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon
Mr Janindra Warusavitarne is a consultant colorectal surgeon who joined St Mark’s Hospital in 2010.
Ian Jenkins was appointed as Consultant Surgeon to St. Mark’s Hospital in 2008 following training in Coloproctology/ Surgical Oncology in the West of Scotland and St. Mark’s Hospital.
Alberto Isla has been a Consultant Upper GI surgeon in West London for the last 18 years. He joined St Marks in April 2010.
BSc MB BChir MS FRCS (Gen Surg) | Consultant Colorectal Surgeon
Anthony Antoniou trained in medicine at Cambridge University and embarked on specialist training in the South East Thames region of England.
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