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Future Surgery will return to ExCeL in London on November 15-16 and will deliver over 100 educational sessions.

The programme is the largest to date helping surgical teams to stay current with surgical innovation.

The event is delivered in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons of England and invites all members of the theatre team to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and hear from many of the leaders and experts firmly embedded in the surgical community.

Designed specifically to meet the training needs of surgical professionals and their multidisciplinary teams in perioperative care, Future Surgery features a high-quality CPD accredited speaker programme.

The conference brings together world-leading experts and academics, providing delegates with the chance to explore the latest trends, develop their skills and learn about the latest innovation that are shaping the future of surgery.

The event is spread across six dedicated education theatres and will feature over 110 expert speakers leading keynote sessions, panel discussions and workshop sessions.

Contributors will explore a wide array of key themes including: disruptive technology, connectivity, human factors and training and research to support surgeons at all stages of their career and promote patient safety.

Yemi Ibidunni, Event Director said:

“The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to huge backlogs in elective care and so the topic of patient safety is even more prominent.

“The conference will explore the current challenges facing surgical care and offer diverse perspectives on how to help improve the situation.

“It has something for all members of the surgical care team, from surgical care practitioners to trainees and consultants, delivering a wide range of high-quality CPD accredited training and education across two full days.

“We look forward to welcoming surgeons, anaesthetists and the whole perioperative team with the shared goal of exploring current challenges and looking at how the future of surgery will be mapped out.”

This year’s event highlights include

  • The Women in Surgery conference will be held at Future Surgery for the first time, addressing intersectionality and surgery, neurodiversity, training and more.
  • Panel Discussion on the ‘Recovery of elective services’ (November 15, Theatre 1, 10:00 – 11:15). The NHS and government have set out a blueprint to address the backlog and long waits for care. The expert panel will be sharing an update on the recovery and offer their thoughts on what needs to happen next.
  • Robotics panel (November 15, Theatre 2, 12:00 – 12:50). Attend this expert panel to learn about innovative practice using robotic surgery and augmented reality, robotic assisted thoracic surgery in the UK and more.
  • An interview with Dr Henry Marsh CBE (November 15, Theatre 2, 11:15 – 11:45). Henry Marsh – widely known as a pioneer of neurological advancements in Ukraine – will discuss how his opinions about surgery changed profoundly over the 40 years of his career and the increasingly difficult environment in which surgeons now work.
  • Transforming Theatre through Augmented Reality (November 16, ASiT Innovation Theatre, 10:10 – 10:25). Led by Will Bolton, the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) Innovation Lead supported by BBraun UK where he develops opportunities for trainees to gain experience in surgical innovation.

The Future Surgery programme is supported by the surgical Royal Colleges of England and Edinburgh, ASiT – The Association of Surgeons in Training, and The Association for British HealthTech Industries (ABHI).

To view the full conference programme and register your place*, visit: https://www.futuresurgeryshow.com/welcome

*Future Surgery passes are valued at £499+VAT. However, if you are a registered Health Professional in the UK, you may be eligible for a complimentary pass.

 

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