One week to go before we run our Local Flaps & Skin Graft Course and this time we are welcoming delegates from Hong Kong & Denmark alongside trainees from across
Prof Vaiude presents his thinking around anatomy, surgery and fashion, entitled A Second Skin to LJMU Students for their collaborative research module leading to a collaboration with 2 post graduate
Our next Hand Trauma Course is just under a month away, for Plastic & Orthopaedic Surgery trainees from as far afield as Poland, on Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th February
So we finished 2017 with a new course and we are starting 2018 with another – Performing for the ST3 Interview in Plastic Surgery is just about to start.
Mr Bell will be visiting Khartoum, Sudan as part of the BSSH/Bfirst symposium on functional hand reconstruction where he will be delivering tendon reconstruction lectures and examining trainees taking the
Surgical Art is delivering the first in a series of courses bringing artistic principles to surgery and surgeons. Prof Vaiude alongside Prof Wilkinson and Mark Roughley from The Face Lab
Prof Vaiude is talking to both patients and colleagues at Sthetix Cosmetic Clinic about his approach to facial surgery using a marriage of surgical and artistic principles.
Prof Vaiude has a profound interest in collaborating with a range of disciplines and this month we pay a visit to some Venetian Mask Makers to explore how their understanding
A unique porcine dissection model, extra and intra-vascular views and a digital microscopy laboratory are all being utilised right now on our Microsurgery & Flap Dissection Course.
Everyone is feeling festive for the last Surgical-Art Course of 2017. It’s been a busy year for us and it continues with our latest course Artistic Perspectives for a Facial
Our last Hand Fracture Fixation Course of 2017 will take place on Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd December.
Surgical Art is partnering with BAPRAS today in the delivery of the Fundamental Skills for Plastic Surgery Course.
Prof Vaiude is presenting at the Whitworth Art Gallery as part of the Manchester Science Festival. He will presenting a talk on Art & Surgery as part of Facing Out
Liverpool John Moores Univeristy Art in Science MA students visit Surgical Art and Prof Vaiude introduces them to Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, and his perspectives on the marriage between Art
Surgical Art are now partnering with REACHE Northwest to support refugee medics who are wanting to re-enter medicine in the UK, by providing free places on our skills courses.
Prof Vaiude is teaching allied health professionals at Edge Hill University about Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.