Surgical Anatomy Review (Practical) 2017

Aim

This Surgical Anatomy Review (Practical) - SARP course will introduce the participants to key concepts in Surgical and Clinical applications of Anatomy in the context of General surgery and Orthopaedics in preparation for Part 1 Membership, Postgraduate entrance exams and Basic Sciences Examination (Orthopaedic Surgery), an examination organised by College of Surgeons, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia specifically targeted at young doctors thinking of a career in orthopaedic surgery.  SARP will  include hands-on practical sessions with anatomical resources including Specimens, Models, Radiographs, etc within a Technology Enhanced Learning environment.

Objectives

After attending the course, participants are expected to be skilled in:

  • Surface marking and localising important landmarks and structures including osteology
  • Musculoskeletal and nervous system examination and joint movements
  • Surgical approaches to bones and joints
  • Clinical correlations of surgically important structures of the Head, Neck, Thorax, Abdomen and Pelvis
  • Identifying key radiological features
  • Correlation of cross sectional anatomy
  • Functional histology and embryological significance of congenital diseases

Learning Approach

  • The 2 day course will be conducted as 2 Modules: Module D1 (Limbs and Orthopaedic Surgery) and Module D2 (Back, General Surgery) 
  • The course structure involves Master Classes, practical demonstration, small group practical exercises, group discussions and hands-on OSPE stations

Registration fees

  • Fees for this 2-day course is to be paid directly to Monash University Malaysia as detailed in the ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM.
  • Registration includes : Attendance for the respective modules, Lunch and Tea refreshments, Hands on Lab practice sessions, WiFi and digital resources.
  • PLEASE COMPLETE THE ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM AND INDICATE YOUR REGISTRATION FOR EITHER THE COMBINED MODULES OR FOR SEPARATE MODULE
  • Fees: Module D1: RM 250; Module D2: RM 250; 2 Day Course (Combined Module D1 & Module D2): RM 400

For more details on the workshop and payment options:

Contact for more information

Email Associate Professor Arkendu Sen at arkendu.sen@monash.edu

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