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iBreastBook and GReTA are planing two parallel courses, one will be a lecture based course that will run on Wednesday the 26th and Thursday the 27th of July covering the different aspects of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Reconstruction while the second will run between the Start on Wednesday the 26th till Friday the 28th and will have both lectures and cadaveric dissection.
The spaces will be limited for both courses and will be filled on first comes first served basis. For the cadaveric course the candidates
CPD points applied for
The Suttie Center
The two course will be held at the Suttie Center, University of Aberdeen. The first will be a lecture based course and evil be held at the main lecture theatre over two days and the second will be partly in the lecture theatre and partly in the anatomy department in the Suttie Center.
We are aiming to get good quality female cadavers to be used and the places released will be dependant on the number of suitable cadavers.
Marischal College, Aberdeen
The Breast Course s a two day lecture based course that will be delivered in the main lecture theatre at the Suttie Canter at the University of Aberdeen. This will be soon the 26th and the 27th of July covering the different aspects of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery
Registration will be £300 and places are limited and all are welcomed t register for this.
The second Course will be the Cadaveric Dissection Course from the 26th till the 28th of July. This will be a mixture of lectures and cadaveric dissection and the places for this are very limited as we have only few cadavers. Each Cadaver will have 4 participants, 2 on each side of the cadaver. The registration for this will be £1000 per participant, and the participants will need to be senior enough to get the most out of this course.
Falls of Feugh, Aberdeenshire
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