GI System – Prosection and Pathology day – Colorectal Cancer, Pancreatitis,
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This unique CPD session will offer you as an attendee 4 hours of superb, professional CPD. It has been specifically designed for Health Care professionals; Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Chiropodists, Masseurs, Podiatrists, Nutritionists, Herbalists, Physiotherapists, etc. who have an interest in the gastrointestinal system, and the pathological conditions of; Colorectal Cancer, Pancreatitis, and Cirrhosis of the Liver.
How will the day be structured?
The day will be split into 2 sessions. During the first session you will explore the Gastrointestinal system (mouth to anus) on prosected (pre-dissected) cadavers. During the second session you will see a number of selected specimens from the Gordon Museum of Pathology, and explore in more detail the case histories associated with each exhibit. Dr Parry, an experienced nuero-anatomist, will give full explanations to the exhibits. and will be leading both sessions on the day.
What can I do when I am there?
Because the groups are so small, on each combined session you will have ample chance to palpate and interact with the prosetions, and ask all the questions of Dr Parry that you may have. You will be given protective gowns and gloves in the dissecting rooms, and will be encouraged to handle the prosected specimens, under supervision. Places on these days are strictly limited so book early to secure your place and avoid disappointment. Please see the pre-requisite for attendance on the CPD Group web site.
Where is it?
The day is run using the facilities at Kings College on the Guys Campus and The Gordon Museum by London Bridge. You also have the amazing opportunity to remain after the session and visit the unique Gordon Museum of Pathology. (This museum is not open to the general public).
Do I get notes?
You will be provided a set of notes covering the pathological conditions and a certificate of attendance showing 4 hours CPD attendance at the event.
What time does it run?
The session starts at 10-30am and runs to 15-30pm with 1 hour for lunch. You are asked to be there 15 minutes prior to start.
Please note that these sessions are not open to the general public.