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August 2019

Level 1 Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Workshop

August 10
Crowne Plaza Queenstown, New Zealand + Google Map

BreastSurgANZ is hosting the Level 1 Breast Oncoplastic Workshop in Queenstown on the 10th August 2019, the first time this workshop is being held in New Zealand. The interactive program will cover a broad range of basic Oncoplastic techniques suitable for routine practice as well as providing an introduction to breast reconstruction.  This workshop is aimed at all general surgeons who perform breast surgery, breast surgeons, breast fellows and SET trainees. Lectures, video presentations and case discussions will ensure that…

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RACS Surgery 2019: Back to the Suture!

August 15 - August 16
Te Papa

Surgery 2019 returns to Te Papa, with an exciting and varied programme designed to be stimulating to all surgeons regardless of their surgical specialty, age and whether their practice is public or private. We will hear from senior health officials on the future of surgery and surgical funding and expectations around consent. An interactive session on ethical dilemmas, and speakers from various medical disciplines will prompt an informative and stimulating mix of discussions. We encourage you to take this opportunity…

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Bledisloe Bariatric Symposium 2019

August 16 - August 17

The symposium aims to discuss issues around weight loss and metabolic surgery in Australia and New Zealand followed by a day focused on the All Blacks playing the Wallabies at Eden park. More information can be found here.

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October 2019

Surgical Exposure in Trauma (ABSET) Course

October 3

ANZAST is excited to announce that registrations are now open for the 2nd Anatomically-Based Surgical Exposure in Trauma (ABSET) course, to be held on the 3rd October 2019 at the University of Technology – Sydney. Trauma is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the Australian and New Zealand populations up to the age of 45. Uncontrolled haemorrhage is the most common cause of potentially preventable death, including patients who sustain their injuries from either blunt or penetrating mechanisms.…

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61st Victorian Annual Surgical Meeting

October 11 - October 12

‘Surgical Oncology Synergy’ 11-12 October 2019 Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury, NSW Register online Provisional Program More information  

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