What really happens during a surgical operation? How have the roles of surgeons, nurses, anaesthetists and other members of surgical teams changed over time? Just what is involved in ‘performing’ surgery? From open surgery to keyhole procedures, using scalpels, forceps or the very latest technical innovations, ‘standard’ surgical practices are constantly changing.
Join our esteemed panel for a fascinating evening of discussion into how surgery operates. Professor Kneebone and his colleagues are pioneers in surgical reconstructions and education. This event will allow you the chance to ask your questions about how surgery is taught, learnt, and communicated, and what we can learn from reconstructing surgical procedures which are now rarely or never performed.