West Midlands Surgical Training centre code of conduct
Please read our code of conduct before entering the Surgical Training Centre
WMSTC CODE OF CONDUCT
The use of cadaveric material in the UK is governed by strict guidelines and codes of practice, we are continually grateful to all of our donors for this remarkable gift to society.
Personal photography or recording equipment (including smart phones) are not permitted in the West Midlands Surgical Training Centre.
A department camera will be on hand during the course to record the day.
Should you wish anything in particular to be photographed, please ask a member of technical staff and they will be happy to help.
All photographs will be vetted by the technical staff to ensure they comply with guidelines before being circulated.
Anyone breaching these regulations may be asked to leave the Centre.
The following are provided and must be worn upon entering the surgical training lab:
- Theatre gown
- Theatre caps
- Waterproof apron
- Surgical gloves
- Eye protection
- Eating, drinking, smoking and chewing gum is not permitted in the Surgical Centre
- Long hair should be tied back prior to entering the lab
- Open-toed shoes and sandals are not permitted in the lab Coats, bags and laptops must be left on the pegs provided in the changing area
- Please dispose of gloves, towels and overshoes in the yellow bins provided and wash hands thoroughly before leaving the area
- All delegates, faculty and staff have read and understood this Code of Conduct.
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