CTEC’s highly practical Core Skills: Plastic Surgery Head, Neck and Flap workshop is designed for Trainees in Plastic Surgery.
Entirely hands-on, this one day cadaveric workshop aims to increase participant anatomical knowledge and the acquisition of technical skills in surgical approaches to the head and neck, nerve identification and the raising and use of flaps in head and neck plastic surgery. Limited places are also available for Service Registrars with an interest in Plastic Surgery, and for Theatre Nurses in the role of assistant. This workshop is not suitable for Junior Doctors below the level of Service Registrar.
The morning session will provide participants with exposure to approaches to the head and neck and raising flaps.
The afternoon session will focus on the use of various flaps. Each hands-on cadaveric session will feature two participants per station under the instruction of an expert faculty member.
The following sessions feature 100% hands-on dissection and will be tailored to provide participants with appropriate surgical training for their level of ability and skill set.
Each station will offer a dedicated cadaveric model and each participant will benefit from practising procedures in a supportive, authentic clinical environment.
Morning Practical Cadaveric Session - Approaches to the Head and Neck and Raising Flaps:
- Approaches to the head and neck (neck incision and dissection)
- Nerve identification (frontal nerve, nerve to masseter)
- Cervicofacial flap
- Parotid/facelift incision
- Raising flaps - the pectoralis major flap and supraclavicular flap
Afternoon Practical Cadaveric Session - Use of Flaps
- Use of bony flaps - fibular flap, DCIA flap and scapula tip flap
- Use of soft tissue flaps - ALT flap, Gracilis flap, groin and LICOX R
Workshop numbers are limited to provide participants with the best opportunity for maximum dissection time.
- Fresh frozen human cadaveric dissection
- All meals and refreshments
WA Participant: $995
Non-WA Participant: $1325
Workshop content, date and convenors may be subject to change or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances.
The University of Western Australia
Entrance No.2 Hackett Drive
Crawley, Perth, Western Australia