PROGRAM

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT CADAVER DISSECTION:

  • Fresh frozen cadavers will be provided for the dissection
  • We have provision for 32 dissectors on 8 tables.
  • A maximum of 4 dissectors will be allotted per table. TWO will work on the upper part of the cadaver and TWO on the lower part of the cadaver.
  • There will be 2 observers per table. They can act as assistants to the dissectors. THE OBSERVERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO DO ANY DISSECTION.
  • Depending on your progress and integrity of the cadaver a maximum of 4-6 procedure can be performed by each dissector.
  • The flaps will include DIEP, SIEAP, TUG, IGAP or SGAP, TDAP, LICAP, LD, TRAM and preparing internal mammary vessels with and without rib excision
  • The faculty members will monitor the progress of each dissector and provide useful tips to the delegates
  • Gowns, gloves and instruments will be provided
  • We aim to start the dissections by 9am and finish by 6pm, followed by dinner for all the delegates at Saxon Mills from 7pm onwards. Transport will be arranged from the hospital (CSB) to Saxon Mills and back.

Program - Day 1 - FRESH FROZEN CADAVER DISSECTION

 

 

 

TIME TOPIC SPEAKER
 0730 - 0800 REGISTRATION Clinical Sciences Building

 0800 - 0815

Inauguration and welcome 

CSB Lecture theater    

 0815 - 0830

Walk to West Midlands Surgical Training Centre 

 

0830 - 0900 

Introduction to Cadaver Dissection

 

0900 - 1100 

Dissection Session 1

 

1100 - 1130 

TEA BREAK 

 

1130 - 1300 

Dissection Session 2

 

1300 - 1400 

LUNCH BREAK

 

1400 - 1600 

Dissection Session 3

 

1600 - 1630 

TEA BREAK

 

1630 - 1800 

Dissection Session 4

 

 1830

Bus leaves from CSB to Saxon Mill for dinner


2200 - 2230 Bus leaves from Saxon Mill to CSB 
 
     

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Program - Day 2 - BREAST RECONSTRUCTION / ONCOPLASTIC

Time Topic Speaker
0700 onwards
Registration Clinical Sciences Building                             
0750 – 0800
 Inauguration and welcome
 Alan Park / Meghana Pandit
 0800 – 0815  Recent trends in Oncoplastic breast surgery
 Andrew Baildam
 0815 – 0830  Risk reducing mastectomies and Breast Reconstruction  Pilar Matey
 0830 – 0845  Risk reducing mastectomy- nipple sparing or not ?
 Outcomes of RRM
 Andrew Baildam
 0845 – 0900  Management of Breast Cancer in the Augmented Breast
 Pilar Matey
 0900 – 0915  Oncoplastic procedures for the large or ptotic breast
 Maurice Nahabedian
 0915 – 0935  Latissimus Flap Reconstruction
 Dennis Hammond
 0935 – 0945  A new twist on latissimus dorsi with implant breast reconstruction
 Stefan Hofer
 0945 – 1000  Shoulder function after unilateral and bilateral ALD breast reconstruction  Eva Weiler-Mithoff
 1000 – 1015  Questions & Discussion
 
 1015 – 1030  TEA BREAK  
 1030 – 1100  Autologous breast reconstruction: state of the art
 Moustapha Hamdi
 1100 – 1115  Decision tree in breast reconstruction – a personal approach  Venkat Ramakrishnan
 1115 – 1130  Optimizing abdominal flaps for breast autologous reconstruction  Jaume Masia
 1130 – 1200  Maximising aesthetics in autologous breast reconstructive surgery  Stefan Hofer
 1200 – 1215  Vascular strategies to improve DIEP perfusion  Venkat Ramakrishnan
 1215 – 1245  Disasters of autologous tissue breast reconstruction – Management and Prevention  Stefan Hofer
 1245 – 1300  Questions & Discussion  
 1300 – 1345  LUNCH  
 1345 – 1415  Breast reconstruction with autologous fat grafting: Data, outcomes and analysis  Maurice Nahabedian
 1415 – 1445  Cell assisted fat transfer (Long term/ 5y outcomes) + Large volume fat grafting - how to make it safe?  Eva Weiler-Mithoff
 1445 – 1500  TUG flap – technique and its applications  Venkat Ramakrishnan
 1500 – 1515  Lumbar artery perforator flaps: anatomy and clinical experience  Moustapha Hamdi
 1515 – 1530  Alternative perforator flaps for breast reconstruction  Jaume Masia
 1530 – 1545  Questions & Discussion  
 1545 – 1600  TEA BREAK  
 1600 – 1615  iBRA study  Jo Skillman
 1615 – 1630  Experience and indications with myodermal flap assisted implant immediate breast reconstruction  Pilar Matey
 1630 – 1645  Current concepts with prosthetic breast reconstruction  Maurice Nahabedian
 1645 – 1715  ADM + Tissue Expander Breast Reconstruction  Dennis Hammond
 1715 – 1735  Prosthetic reconstruction with Acellular Dermal Matrices: Minimizing complications and optimizing outcomes  Maurice Nahabedian
 1735 – 1745  Fat banking (Interim report of the Regenerys trial, the first clinical trial ever on fat banking)  Eva Weiler-Mithoff
 1745 – 1800  Radiation therapy and prosthetic reconstruction  Maurice Nahabedian
 1800 – 1820  Tough cases but still managed (about free flaps in difficult anatomy)  Moustapha Hamdi
 1820 – 1840  A reliable therapeutic approach to the secondary lymphedema: BLAST - Barcelona Lymphedema Algorithm for Secondary Lymphedema  Jaume Masia
 1840 – 1845  Questions & Discussion  
 1930 – 0000  GALA DINNER  

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Program - Day 3 - AESTHETIC BREAST SURGERY

 Questions & Discussion
Time Topic Speaker
 0830 – 0900  Registration  
 0900 – 0945  Aesthetics and planning in breast surgery  Elizabeth Hall-Findlay
 0945 – 1015  Reduction Mammaplasty: Patient selection and Techniques  Maurice Nahabedian
 1015 – 1035  Volume redistribution: a new concept in mastopexy  Moustapha Hamdi
 1035 – 1050  When to choose augmentation, mastopexy and mastopexy-augmentation  Elizabeth Hall-Findlay
 1050 – 1100   Questions & Discussion  
 1100 – 1115  TEA BREAK  
 1115 – 1145  Primary Breast augmentation and secondary aesthetic breast surgery  Maurice Nahabedian
 1145 – 1215  Pre-op planning in Breast Augmentation  Dennis Hammond
 1215 – 1245  Shifting planes in breast augmentation: moving on top of the muscle  Stefan Hofer
 1245 - 1300  Questions & Discussion
 
 1300 – 1345  LUNCH  
 1345 – 1400  To texturize or not to texturize: Indications for smooth surface implants in breast augmentation Stefan Hofer
 1400 – 1415  Management of the Capsular Contracture Dennis Hammond
 1415 – 1430  Orbishape internal Bra Mammaplasty: first prospective study Moustapha Hamdi 
 1430 – 1500  Superomedial vertical breast reduction  Elizabeth Hall-Findlay 
 1500 – 1520  Management of the inframammary fold Dennis Hammond 
 1520 – 1530  Questions & Discussion   
 1530 – 1545  TEA BREAK  
 1545 – 1600  Breast re-reduction  Elizabeth Hall-Findlay
 1600 – 1620  Correction of tuberous breast  Dennis Hammond
 1620 – 1650  Tuberous breast deformity challenges  Elizabeth Hall-Findlay
 1650 – 1710  Correction of gynaecomastia  Dennis Hammond
 1710 – 1720  Questions & Discussion  
 1720 – 1730  Prize distribution and close  Omer Osmani
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Dos and Don'ts

  • All delegates are requested to arrive early for registration
  • Please wear your name badges at all the times, especially during the breaks, as the venue has more than one event going on. Please have your name badges on you, as these will be your pass for entry. You will be asked to show your badges on re-entry into the lecture hall. Please comply.
  • Please wait for your turn to ask question during the discussion time
  • Please switch-off your mobile phones in the lecture hall
  • All types of photography/videography are prohibited in the lecture hall
  • Please complete your evaluation forms before you leave on each day