National Survey – Current Pathways On The Management of Post-Operative Bariatric Emergencies

Bariatric and metabolic surgery is increasingly performed globally. Patients who undergo bariatric procedures can develop complications in the early post-operative setting or later and may present with an acute abdomen to the emergency department. Management of these patients may pose unique challenges to the general surgeon due to their atypical, insidious presentation and altered gut…

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Cholecystectomy Quality Improvement Collaborative – 4 (Chole-QuIC4) recruiting now – deadline January 31st 2023

Royal College of Surgeons of England’s Quality Improvement project: Chole-QuIC4   Registration for Cholecystectomy Quality Improvement Collaborative – 4 (Chole-QuIC4) will close on 31 January 2023. This is the fourth round of the RCS Quality Improvement project focusing on patients with acute gallstone disease and will implement the learnings from CholeQuIC, CholeQuIC-ER and Chole-QuIC3. Chole-QuIC4…

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The National Hiatal Surgery Register is FREE for ALSGBI Members to use

The purpose of the National Hiatal Surgical Registry (NHSR) is to provide surgeons an effective tool to be reflective in their surgical practice in the treatment of hiatal surgical disease and benchmark outcomes for hiatal surgical procedures across the UK. It is a database that will allow surgeons on a voluntary basis to enter meaningful…

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Chelliah Selvasekar appointed Professor

Mr Selvasekar has been appointed an honorary Clinical Professor in the faculty of health, social care, and medicine at Edge Hill University for his work on setting up the Masters in Surgery (MCh) programme at the University (MCh Surgery | Edge Hill University)and establishing international surgical collaboration in surgical training and education. He is currently…

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New Vacancy – Senior Clinical Fellow in Bariatric Surgery – Derby

East-Midlands Bariatric and Metabolic Institute (EMBMI) Royal College of Surgeons of England approved Bariatric Fellowship Applications (Clinical Fellow) are invited for a fixed-term (12-months) post- or peri-CCT Royal College of Surgeons of England Accredited Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery Fellowship at EMBMI, based at Royal Derby Hospital, Derby. The post will commence in October 2022. EMBMI…

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