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2015 Video Lectures

The FST held its 2015 Conference 'Achieving Excellence in Surgical Training' in Birmingham on 22 October 2015, with talks, panel discussion and presentations using examples of excellent training and explaining how it can be achieved in today's health service. Click on the links below to watch individual lectures. 

Dr Teodore Grantcharov

TeodorgrantcharovProfessor in Surgical Simulation at Copenhagen University, staff surgeon at St Michael's Hospital and an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto.

Keynote Lecture: The state of the art in surgical education and training - Individualized training interventions to enhance surgical performance and patient safety

The state of art in surgical education and training II - Assessment for selection, in-training promotion and certification


Mr Mike Lavelle-Jones

Mike LavellejonesPresident-elect, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Consultant General Surgeon with an interest in paediatric surgery at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.

Personal excellence as a trainer - how to win the Silver Scalpel


Mr Gavin Pettigrew

GavinpettigrewReader in Experimental and Clinical Transplantation at the University of Cambridge at Addenbrooke's Hospital and Honorary Consultant Transplant Surgeon.

Ensuring an excellent environment for training


Mr Chris Munsch

Chris MunschCardiac Surgeon at the Yorkshire Heart Centre in Leeds and Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Leeds

Excellence in surgical training - seven habits of successful trainers


Mr Mike Bradburn

Mike BradburnColorectal Surgeon and Clinical Director of Surgery, Northumbria Healthcare

Professionalism and excellence


Mr Ian Eardley

Ian EardleyConsultant Urologist at St James' University Hospital in Leeds

The Shape of Training Review


Mr Craig McIlhenny

Craig McilhennySurgical Director of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers and Consultant Urologist at NHS Forth Valley

GMC Recognition for surgical trainers


Mr Gareth Griffiths

Gareth GriffithsSurgical Director of the ISCP and Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Everything you wanted to know about the ISCP but were afraid to ask...


Miss Sarah Gill

Sarah GillSenior Trauma and Orthopaedic Specialty Trainee in the East of Scotland and BOTA representative

Creating a feedback culture in surgical training


Mr David Finlayson

David FinlaysonConsultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

So you want to be a trainer?

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