Date(s) - 26/11/2014
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Royal College of Surgeons of England
The RSTN is delighted to have its own session at the BAPRAS Winter Scientific Meeting 2014. This will be between 1400 – 1600 on Wednesday 26th November 2014 in Lecture Theatre 2 at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
There will be updates on current projects and new ideas for prospective multi-centre clinical trials, national practice surveys, and observational studies pitched to the Dragons. The programme is below.
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Abstract submission for the meeting is now closed. However, we accept general proposals for projects at anytime.
Further guidance and abstract submission is on the proposal submission page.
Information for speakers
You need to register for the meeting on the BAPRAS Winter Scientific Meeting website.
The session will be in Lecture Theatre 2. The session is very busy and so we will ruthlessly stick to time. A bell will go 30 seconds before the end of your allotted time and again at the end.
PowerPoint presentations can be uploaded before the session in Committee Room 3 at least 30 min before the session begins. Further details are available on the BAPRAS “Information for Presenters” webpage.
1400 – 1600, Lecture Theatre 2
Co-chairmen: Abhilash Jain, Matthew Gardiner
1400 Award of David Sharpe Fellowship
1415 Introduction to the RSTN, Abhilash Jain
1425 International collaboration in plastic surgery research, Prof. Dr. med. Lars Steinsträßer
1440 NINJA, Aina Greig
1450 MALIT, James Henderson
1455 TAHITI, George Murphy
1500 FACEQ, Adel Fattah
1505 I’m a trainee, get me involved in the RSTN, Matthew Gardiner
1510 iBRA, Olivier Branford
1515 National flexor tendon and hand fracture audits, Emma Reay
1520 preHEAT, Saahil Mehta
1525 National DFSP project, Rubeta Matin
1530 Anaesthetising scars for steroid injections – A multi-centre randomized controlled trial. Fiona Perry
1537 To Bury or Not to Bury: A randomised control trial comparing percutaneous and buried Kirschner wires in hand fracture fixation. Sonya Gardiner
1545 PErineal Reconstruction – Flap OR Mesh? The PERFORM study. Zoe Barber
1552 Does preoperative CT Angiography for perforator mapping help or hinder DIEP breast reconstruction? Rebecca Nicholas