Course Goals

This four day course will give you the opportunity to be part of interactive lectures and case presentations and will conclude with smaller workshops. Delegates will be given opportunities to present their own cases and exchange ideas in an open dialogue with faculty.

Hot Topics

  • Hernias, focusing on decision-making, new approaches, technical challenges and solutions, as well as management of complications
  • The role of TEMS and TaTME
  • Expanded by popular demand: Breast Surgery Session
  • Real-life case presentations, submitted by you and your colleagues
  • Management of abdominal compartment syndrome
  • Hands-on Posterior Compartment Repair – cadaver course (Wednesday, April 5th; additional registration required)
  • Hands-on Introduction to Oncoloplastics workshop (Wednesday, April 5th; additional registration required)
  • Local Initiative and Global Surgery

Target Audience

  • Practising general surgeons
  • Subspecialty surgeons (acute care surgery, MIS, surgical oncology, colorectal)
  • General surgery residents
  • Surgical fellows
  • Allied Health