The BAPS National Training Day will be held the day before the main BAPS Congress and will be a combination of lectures and practical sessions. The hands-on practical sessions will focus on surgery for oesophageal atresia. It will be consultant delivered and attendees can choose between open or thoracoscopic sessions.
Programme 8:30 to 5 pm
8:30- 9:00am Coffee and Registration
|‘Lighting up Paediatric Surgery’ – An introduction to ICG||Max Pachl|
|‘TOF/OA & the future of paediatric surgical training’||Liam McCarthy|
|‘Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty the BCH way’ – tips/tricks and totally cool videos||Harish Chandran|
|‘What we learnt from Bastion’ – Implementing Damage Control Surgery across the region||Suren Arul|
|‘Tales of the Unexpected’ – How we passed the exam||Ian Jones / Hetal Patel / Anna Harris|
Practical sessions 10:00 – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm
EITHER Open TOF/OA repair (Mr Tony Lander)
OR Thoracoscopic TOF/OA repair (Mr Ingo Jester/ Mr Jon Wells)
(NOTE places are limited so it’s on a first come basis)
5:00pm Clear up, closing remarks and pub
Cost: BAPS trainee members £50 Non-member trainees £100
Dinner in the evening will be organised by TRiPS and is chargeable separately.
Registration includes tea & coffee and a packed lunch (sandwich, drink, crisps).