Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre
The SCSSC is a purpose-designed training and research facility occupying Level 6 of the Kolling Institute research building on the campus of the Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
Basic Laparoscopic Skills Course OCTOBER 2016
The second Basic Laparoscopic Skills Workshop for 2016 will take place on Monday October 17 at the SCSSC. This workshop is open to all suitable Surgery Trainees (SET 1) and SMROs and Interns and will cover the fundamental principles of laparoscopic operating skills. Download the course flyer here
Bowel Anastomosis Workshop OCTOBER 2016
Junior trainees often don't get to perform a bowel anastomosis in theatre. The aim of this course is to provide systematic teaching with a practical hands-on session. Open to SRMOs and Surgical Trainees (SET 1-3). Set 4 and 5 Trainees are also welcome to apply. Download the course flyer here
General Surgery Trainee Workshop 2016
The General Surgery Trainee Workshop will take place on Saturday 13th August 2016 at the SCSSC. This workshop is open to all suitable Surgery Trainees (SET 3,4,5) and will cover a range of cadaveric dissection techniques for surgery trainees. Download the course flyer here
Advanced Life Support Course 2016
Introducing our new ALS course designed for General Practitioners, Dentists, Dental Nurses & Practice Nurses working in an out of a hospital environment. This course is accredited with ANZCA, RACGP, ACRRM & NSLHD. To view the flyer click here
Arthroscopic Skills Course 2016
The Arthroscopic Skills Course, led by Dr Brett Fritsch, will be taking place on Saturday 6th August 2016. The course is directed at all General and Orthopaedic Surgery Trainees and SMROs. Download the flyer and register today. Limited to 12 participants only. Download the course flyer here
1UP Patient Centred Procedural Skills feedback tool: Free App for web & mobile devices
Download this free tool that is designed for self appraisal and or formative assessment in clinical supervision. Summary reports emailed to users. To visit the web tool click here or visit the apple store or play store for mobile apps
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