The Vascular Society lower limb amputation course is aimed at surgical trainees at the ST3 – 5 level.
The course will run over two days in the West Midlands Surgical Training Centre with a high faculty to delegate ratio. The course will be a series of brief lectures followed by formal teaching on anatomical specimens.
One delegate per lower limb will be available giving excellent opportunities to become proficient in the theoretical and practical skills on lower limb amputation.
This medical course is based on the RCS Major Lower Limb Amputation Course originally set up by Mr Waqar Yusef and is being run outside London for the third time.
Faculty include Prof Shervanthi Homer, Mr Waqar Yusef, Mr David Russell, Mr Nick Mattharu, Mr Asif Mahmood, Mr Andy Garnham, Mr Zaid Kahan, Mr Isaac Nyameke and Prof Chris Imray
These sessions are fully interactive with an emphasis placed on hands on skills and knowledgeable faculty who provide superior training and immediate feedback in a practical and controlled workshop environment
Participants will have the privilege of using fresh frozen cadaveric material throughout this course.
Help and Guidance
Most courses are designed for surgeons, students or allied health professionals working in a particular specialty and/or at a particular stage in their careers. All course web pages include details of the appropriate specialties and training levels.
If you’re outside of these criteria or if in doubt, you should discuss the course with your assigned educational supervisor and if they think that it’s appropriate for you to attend please enquire via our contact us page.
What is my eligibility as an overseas candidate?
If you are not in a UK training post and are unsure of the level to which your knowledge and experience would correspond, please contact us.
What happens if book onto course and I am told that I am unsuitable?
It is your responsibility to ensure you fall within the relevant course. If your experience is below the required level we reserve the right to withdraw you from the course without compensation.
Certificates are issued approximately 2 weeks (often sooner) after your course via PDF.
This allows you time to complete the online evaluation; which closes after 1 week of your course.
Certificates of attendance will not be issued after this time.
Certificates are not provided to course observers or to delegates who have not completed the course.
Have you changed email? Has the centre got your correct contact details?
If you did not complete online feedback within 1 week of the course (and thus did not trigger the certificate process) you will not receive a certificate.
Unfortunately if more than 1 week has elapsed and you have not submitted feedback, duplicates will not be available.
If within this time frame please request a duplicate via our contact us page.
After any course you should complete feedback, your evaluation as a participant is an essential course requirement, enabling us to maintain the quality of courses we offer and help to improve future sessions
All feedback is conducted anonymously; names are only used to validate the responses
Completing online feedback links to our database and is a key trigger for the issue of certificates, if applicable for your course.
You should complete online feedback as soon as possible after your course and within 1 week of the end of the course when the online feedback will close.
Complete the online feedback even if you failed part of your course.
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