Webinar: Robotics launch meeting
The webinar will focus on the advancements in robotics as they relate to the surgical practice.
About this Event
Following our successful Commission on the Future of Surgery, we are delighted to introduce the new RCS England robotics group and the RADAR initiative (robotics and digital surgery initiative), which will be looking at how robotics and digital surgery will influence surgical practice and training in years to come.
Professor Neil Mortensen, President of RCS England, and Mr Richard Kerr, Council member and Chair of the Commission on the Future of Surgery will be introducing this exciting new project. They will be joined by the co-directors of RADAR, Simon Bach and Naeem Soomro, who will be sharing their exciting plans for the future whilst celebrating our success so far in the fields of robotics and digital surgery. In addition Marion Campbell, who is a research professor and Vice Dean of Research at the University of Aberdeen and Deena Harji who is the current president of the highly successful Dukes Club will be joining the panel to discuss the RCS REINFORCE project and give a trainee perspective respectively.
You will be able to join the discussion by submitting your own questions to our panel during the Q&A session.
• Be among the first to find out more about this exciting new initiative for the RCS.
• Join the conversation and ask your questions about the future of robotics and surgery.
• Celebrate the achievements of this ground-breaking area of research and practice.
Further resources available to you
• Explore the Commission on the Future of Surgery and read the full report on the commission website.
• Our Confidential Support & Advice Service now has a 24/7 helpline for emotional support. Please make sure you are looking after yourselves, and know that we are here for you.
• Refresh your skills via our free online learning resources.
• Keep up to date on guidance and advice regarding the ongoing pandemic at the COVID-19 resource hub.
Please note that the RCS Webinar and Events programme is subject to change. In the event that we are unable to run a session we will endeavor to notify all participants in a timely fashion and where possible offer a suitable alternative.
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