As of Monday March 30, as part of The University of Western Australia’s wider commitment to the community effort to lessen the spread of COVID-19, CTEC has temporarily suspended workshop presentations. In agreement with Department of Health WA, CTEC’s 2020 Workshop Calendar has been substantially restructured. We are now offering as many workshops from our suspended calendar as possible between October and December. Please feel free to contact CTEC Senior Course Co-ordinator John Linehan directly with any queries: T 0406 488 697 or E email@example.com Further COVID-19 Information for Workshop participants can found via the link below.
Core Skills: Level 2 Oncoplastic Surgery Workshop
This workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to learn oncoplastic breast surgical procedures. This 100% hands-on cadaveric workshop focuses on a combination of surgical techniques which aim to provide best aesthetic outcomes with optimal surgical treatment and management of breast cancer. It also provides a focus on anatomical dissection and enhances knowledge of oncoplastic surgical anatomy, including the preservation of nerves and vessels.
The workshop will use a combination of pre-reading, discussion and dissection in a supportive, stress-free environment without the time pressures of the clinical setting. Participants will have access to hands-on training in small groups under the guidance of expert faculty, with only two participants per surgical station.
It is particularly beneficial to those who have had limited exposure to procedures in the clinical setting.
This workshop will focus on the following surgical procedures in dedicated cadaveric practical sessions, with two participants per station:
- Mastectomy with subpectoral expander reconstruction
- Serratus flap
- Dissection thoracodorsal pedicle
- Pedicled TRAM flap
- Umbilical reconstruction
- Mesh repair abdominal aponeurosis
- Latissimus dorsi flap
If time permits, the practical sessions will conclude with a nipple reconstruction, focusing on new surgical advances in this procedure.
Participants will have access to hands on training in small groups under the guidance of expert faculty.
- Fresh frozen human cadaveric dissection
- Didactic sessions
- All meals and refreshments
WA Participant: $1145
Non-WA Participant: $1380
Observer: $150 - limited places
Theatre Nurse: Free of charge - limited places
Workshop content, date and convenors may be subject to change or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances.
The University of Western Australia
Hackett Drive, Crawley
Perth, Western Australia