Professor Iain Hutchison will be lecturing on oral and maxillofacial research at the upcoming undergraduate oral and maxillofacial surgery conference (UMAX) at the Royal Society of Medicine.
About the event
Date: Saturday 27th April 2019
Time: 8.30pm – 5.15pm
Location: Royal Society of Medicine, London
After another successful undergraduate oral and maxillofacial surgery conference (UMAX) in 2018, the Royal Society of Medicine will be running it again to continue promoting the speciality as a post-gradate career option for aspiring surgeons.
Professor Iain Hutchison, Chief Executive of Saving Faces and Director of NFORC, will be one of the leading consultant surgeons to give a lecture. By attending the event, you will network with consultant surgeons and incumbent trainees, and get hands-on with highly interactive and practical problem-based learning sessions run by senior clinical trainees.
At the end of the meeting you will be able to:
- Understand the role of oral and maxillofacial surgery in the wider field of medicine and surgery.
- Achieve basic competency and understanding in the assessment of the more common maxillofacial presentations.
- Gain a greater appreciation of the scope of practice of oral and maxillofacial surgeon.
- Develop basic surgical skills such as suturing at depth and performing basic local flaps.
- Appreciate the wider interdisciplinary work that the specialty does bridging the gap across the various head and neck specialties as well as between dentistry and medicine
If you are a BAOMS member, use the voucher code baoms20 to get a £20 discount. Please note proof of BAOMS membership will be required on the day. Should you not have this to hand you will be required to pay the outstanding balance.
Click here for more information on how to book your place and for the full programme.