FESSH and BSSH are happy to invite you to the next event of the Hand in Hand with Ukraine webinar series on related topics to war injuries.
When: 8 December 2022 18:30 London time / 19:30 Central-European time/ 20:30 Ukrainian time
Title: Options for treating painful neuroma post amputation
Presenter: Dean Boyce, UK
Dean Boyce is Clinical Director of the Welsh Hand & Peripheral Nerve Surgery and the Welsh Centre for Plastic Surgery & Burns. He was appointed in 2003 after training in South Wales, the West Midlands, Manchester, Wrightington, and Sydney, Australia. He has a strong academic background, having been awarded a Hunterian Professorship for research into human and foetal scarless wound healing. His current research areas mirror his clinical interests in peripheral nerve & brachial plexus surgery, congenital hand surgery, upper limb cerebral palsy and Dupuytren's disease. He is heavily involved in postgraduate training and is currently selection lead for the UK ATP Fellowships in Hand Surgery. He is a Council Member of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand, and Chair of Education & Training for the British Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons.
The presentation will be followed by a discussion on cases presented by Ukrainian doctors.
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The webinar is free but registration is needed.
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