CT2 Orthopaedic Skills Training Programme (SSTP) - Session 2 (2019/20)

Date: December 05, 2019
Delivered by: Newcastle Surgical Training Centre (NSTC)
Contact: Mrs Sue Dent
Email: sue.dent@nuth.nhs.uk

Trainee comments from previous sessions (CT2):

  • Excellent & highly recommended course.
  • Excellent Faculty: candidate ratio & teaching.
  • Good interaction between Trainers and Trainees.  Clinical application of techniques & integrating knowledge
  • Well organised.  Good level of teaching.
  • Good small group teaching with excellent Faculty allowed for good interactive learning.
  • Good Facilities, very approachable Faculty
  • Excellent teaching and amazing laparoscopic IT
  • All very relevant session - excellent forming early basis for revision for final exams
  • Excellent anatomy, hands on experience, explanation of rarely seen approaches
  • Cadaveric Lab very useful.  Faculty : Student ratio ideal.
  • Really excellent and worthwhile
  • Good course, well paced
  • Good overall coverage from basics to new concepts
  • Incredibly well ran and very appropriate
  • Excellent Facility and course

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