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November Annual Academic Surgery Conference
November Annual Academic Surgery Conference 2020 - incorporating the Surgical Research Society of Australasia
Date: 5 November 2020
Morning: Section of Academic Surgery Conference.
Afternoon: Surgical Research Society of Australasia Conference.
The conference offers an exceptional opportunity for Trainees, scholarship recipients and Fellows to present their latest research and interact with leading researchers and academics from Australia and New Zealand, as well as with invited internationally-renowned academics from the USA.
- Open to medical students, prevocational doctors, SET Trainees, Fellows and anyone with an interest in academic surgery.
- Prestigious and highly sought after prizes available for the best presentations to fund attendance at international and national conferences, along with numerous travel grants.
- This activity earns CPD points for Fellows.
For copies of programs from previous Annual Joint Academic meetings, or for further information, please email email@example.com.
Abstracts are now open
The Surgical Research Society of Australasia invites abstract submission for presentations at the November Annual Academic Surgery Conference on 5 November 2020. This is an opportunity for you to showcase your research to leading researchers and academics from Australia and New Zealand.
Download the abstract template (DOCX 2MB).
Abstract submission will open on 1 July 2020 and close on 31 August 2020 at 5pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) and late abstract submissions will not be accepted. Abstracts should be submitted via email to Academic.Surgery@surgeons.org.
Details of the registration process are currently being finalised and will be updated shortly.
Developing a Career and Skills in Academic Surgery (DCAS) course
11 May 2020
- Open to medical students, prevocational doctors, SET Trainees, Fellows and anyone interested in academic surgery.
- Highlights include outstanding national and international faculty presenting on a range of academic topics.
- This activity earns CPD points. This course counts towards one of the four compulsory GSA Trainees' days.