2020 will be the 9th year of the Advanced Shoulder Live Surgery Course. Following the success of last year, we will be repeating the two-day format to the event to allow more live surgery cases, discussion and debate.
Delegates will observe multiple live surgeries throughout the two-day event involving the latest state of the art techniques in arthroplasty and arthroscopic shoulder surgery.
Delegates attending for two days will be invited to a complimentary course dinner on the Friday evening.
We will have a two-way audio link to the operating theatres to encourage dialogue and questions throughout the procedures. This encourages active dialogue during procedures not only from the faculty but also from the auditorium audience; it is the dialogue and discussion which makes this event unique.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England has awarded up to 12 CPD points (6 points per day) for this meeting.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham is the largest single site hospital in the UK. We are very proud to work with this hospital and the direct clinical services they provide to nearly 1 million patients every year.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is designated a Level 1 Trauma Centre and treats all seriously injured military personal evacuated from overseas.
The course is aimed at surgeons and physiotherapists of all levels of experience and interest in arthroscopic shoulder surgery and sports injuries. CPD points will be applied for. Previous meetings have offered 6 CPD points per day.
Dr Alexandre Lädermann (Geneva, Switzerland)
Dr Dirk Petre (Izegem, Belgium)
Dr. Surabhi Choudhary (Birmingham)
Mr Socrates Kalogrianitis (Birmingham)
Mr Carlos Cobiella (London)
Mr Steve Drew (Warwick)
Mr Rohit Gupta (Surrey)
Mr Matt Kent (Liverpool)
Mr Puneet Monga (Wrightington)
Mr Matt Ravenscroft (Manchester)
Mr Will Thomas (Exeter)
Mr Graham Tytherleigh-Strong (Cambridge)