ST4 General Surgery Surgical Skills Training Programme (SSTP) - Session 3 (2017/18)

Date: June 19, 2018
Delivered by: Newcastle Surgical Training Centre (NSTC)
Contact: Mrs Sue Dent
Email: sue.dent@nuth.nhs.uk

Trainee Comments from previous courses (ST4):

  • Excellent to have this course as part of the rotation
  • Expert advice onhand to ask regarding the procedures (Vascular, Colorectal, and Upper GI Consultants all present)
  • Excellent organisation and relevance
  • Excellent opportunity to try procedures which are not done every day.
  • Excellent resources - good Trainee / Trainer ratio.  Informal atmosphere
  • Excellent case mix
  • Excellent hands on practical sessions
  • Strong Consultant level input.  Excellent resources and organisation
  • Good mix of practical & theory
  • Excellent course overall
  • Well organised, good mix of practical skills
  • Good mix of anatomy, video and practical sessions
  • Excellent course - more please!
  • Practical sessions excellent


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