ST3 General Surgery Surgical Skills Training Programme (SSTP) - Session 3 (2018/19)

Date: May 01, 2019
Delivered by: Newcastle Surgical Training Centre (NSTC)
Contact: Mrs Sue Dent
Email: sue.dent@nuth.nhs.uk

Trainee Comments from previous courses (ST3):

  • Content was absolutely appropriate!
  • Excellent tips from Consultants about what to do if faced with certain scenarios
  • Practical, hands on approach.  Excellent knowledgeable Faculty.
  • Excellent case mix
  • Excellent organisation, facilities, & Faculty
  • Excellent - thank you!
  • Plenty of time to learn instruments
  • Excellent support and supervision
  • Excellent hands on practical sessions
  • Excellent organisation
  • Excellent - would like more than 3 courses per year!
  • Excellent teaching
  • Superb Faculty - very engaging - excellent support
  • Excellent facilities & Faculty, practical focus, opportunity to practise skills


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