Heart Research UK Masterclasses
Our unique Masterclasses give surgeons, doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and other health professionals the opportunity to gain new skills, knowledge and hands-on experience from leading experts in the field so that more heart patients from across the UK can benefit.
Masterclass in Surgery for Acute Aortic Dissection – Fully booked
Date: Friday 28th May 2021
Venue: Keele Anatomy and Surgical Training Centre, Keele University
Accommodation: Thursday 27th May at Courtyard by Marriott Keele Staffordshire
Course Director: Miss Deborah Harrington, Consultant Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon, Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital
Overview: This course will provide a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience of aortic dissection scenarios including total aortic arch replacement, supervised by an expert faculty. It is aimed at recently-appointed consultant cardiac surgeons or surgeons wishing to progress to perform aortic surgery, and senior trainees in cardiac surgery.
This course is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England for up to six CPD points.
We are hopeful that the Masterclass will go ahead as planned, however due to the current global pandemic, we cannot guarantee that this will be the case. All arrangements are subject to change at short notice depending on government and public health guidance. This includes the course dinner on 27th May.
The Masterclass is now fully booked and there are no more places available on the course.
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Through pioneering research and accessible education, Heart Research UK aims to reduce the number of people developing and dying from heart disease, while improving and extending the lives of those affected.
As a charity, we can only do this with your help.
People with certain types of heart disease have a higher risk of developing serious complications from Covid-19 and there is evidence that the virus can cause damage to the heart.
We must continue to do all we can to prevent and treat heart disease.
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