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1 March 2021

The Faculty of Surgical Trainers is pleased to present a series of webinars aimed at supporting and developing surgeons in their role as surgical trainers. We will cover a number of topics including the ISCP profile for the trainer, Concepts Underpinning Training in Surgery, Multiple Consultant Reports, mentoring and coaching, developing learning a…

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Webinar: Surgical Training Through COVID – Challenges & Opportunities

7 December 2020

Delivering surgical education and training during the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging, however much effort has been put into considering how to maximise training opportunities. This webinar, hosted by the RCSEd on 7 December 2020 was an opportunity for trainees and trainers to feedback ongoing concerns or issues, as well as a forum to discu…

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Supporting Surgical Trainers - A Webinar Review

5 October 2020

In response to our webinar on ‘Supporting surgical trainers, especially during COVID’ we were contacted by Charilaos Tsioulpas. Charilaos is from Greece and he is an aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon. He has studied medicine at the University Hospital of Siena in Italy where he has had a vast exposure to all aspects of cardiac surgery with an emphas…

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Annual Conference 2020: Communication, Communication, Communication

2 September 2020

Due to restrictions imposed by Covid-19 the College has taken the decision to move the FST Annual Conference 2020 online. This will be a global event aimed at all who work in health care, with a focus on the role of the surgical team in delivering care. As a member of the FST you are invited to register for this free online conference on 16 October…

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Winners Announced for the FST/ASME Educational Research Grant

17 July 2020

We are pleased to announce the winners of the FST/ASME educational research grant. This year again saw some excellent applications for the annual grant with two research proposals inseparable by the panel. Awards have therefore been made to Karin Baatjes and Aimee Charnell.  Professor Baatjes head of the division of Clinical Anatomy at Stellenbosc…

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