The March 2021 Course has been cancelled.
Please read the following carefully: This course is delivered over 3 days and in the English language; please note the price does not include catering or accommodation. After payment has been received, a registration link will be emailed to you via your PayPal email address, please ensure you complete the registration form as soon as possible. Pending completion of the registration process, you will receive the learning outcomes and course program. The pdf course revision notes will be emailed to you 13 days prior to the course. Maximum attendees 10 per course.
Spring Grove House, London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 4HS
All course attendees will be required to follow Government guidance pertaining to classroom based teaching in higher education. These guidelines are likely to change and will be updated on this page closer to the time of the course. It is likely that wearing masks will be mandatory and the need to observe some form of classroom based social distancing.
Cancellation requests received before the 1st March 2021 will be eligible for a full refund. Any cancellation requests received on or after the 1st March 2021 will not be eligible for a refund. If the UK Government mandates all face to face teaching must be cancelled, then in such cases a 70 % refund will be offered. If the course is undersubscribed we reserve the right to cancel the course, in such cases you will receive a full refund.
Continuing professional development
This course is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as 39 CPD credits. A certificate of completion will be issued on attendance of the entire course.
This is an intensive theory based course, with thirteen hours of teaching spread over three days and a maximum of ten attendees. Teaching is informal and relaxed, with concepts fully explored and ample opportunity provided to ask questions. Each attendee will receive a detailed pdf course companion guide. Please note that refreshments and lunch will not be provided for this event.
Why choose this course?
Firstly, unlike many dissection courses, this course teaches you in-depth anatomical knowledge required for passing postgraduate exams. Secondly, the course highlights clinically relevant anatomy, showing you key clinical and surgical correlations. Thirdly, the course will help you understand how the various interconnected spaces in the head and neck are related and allow you to see how neurovascular structures pass through these regions. Most importantly, the course aims to develop your spatial awareness and allow you to visualize the anatomy in your mind’s eye.
Who is this course aimed for
This course is primarily aimed at those revising anatomy for the following exams: Membership and Fellowship of the Royal College Of Surgeons (MRCS & FRCS), the Diploma in Otolaryngology (DO-HNS) and the Diploma in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology (DDMFR). The course is also suitable for students and allied health professionals, who are looking to develop a deeper understanding of head & neck clinical anatomy.
Day 1 example timetable
|Registration/meet and greet/refreshments||09:00|
|Osteology of the head||10:00|
|Osteology of the neck||11:00|
|Nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses||13:00|
|Temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae||14:30|
Day 2 example timetable
|Anatomy of the orbit||09:30|
|Anatomy of the tympanic cavity||10:30|
|Pharynx and larynx||14:00|
|Neck fascial compartments||15:00|
Day 3 example timetable
|Scalp & lymphatic drainage of the head & neck||09:30|
|Autonomics of the head and neck||14:30|