NORTHERN DEANERY SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMME

NEW SSTP CLINICAL LEADS:

Upper GI Advanced Clinical Lead: Mr Paul Gallagher, Consultant Surgeon

General Surgery Core (CT1 & CT2) and Intermediate (ST3 & ST4) Clinical Lead:  Mr Ben Griffiths, Consultant Surgeon

Colorectal Advanced Clinical Lead: Mr Steve Holtham, Consultant Surgeon

Plastics Advanced Clinical Lead: Mr Mani Ragbir, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Emergency Trauma SSTP Lead: Mr Hugh Gallagher, Consultant Surgeon

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Latest Courses

Radical, Reconstructive and Routine Fibrin Sealants in Head and Neck Surgery

Date: September 24 2014
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Baxter Advancing Breast Surgery Course - Radical, Routine & Reconstructive

Date: September 24 2014
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Newcastle Knee Arthroscopy Cadaveric Course

Date: September 25 2014
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Medartis Medical Wrist Course

Date: September 30 2014
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Breast Reconstruction with Anatomical Implants Course

Date: October 03 2014
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PCNL Course

Date: October 06 2014
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Newcastle Surgical Training Centre,
Freeman Hospital,
Freeman Road,
High Heaton,
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE7 7DN

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General Enquiries
Tel: 0191 2231264

Fax: 0191 2237248

Email: nstc@nuth.nhs.uk

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The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust gratefully acknowledge the generous support provided by the Newcastle Healthcare Charity (Reg. 502473) and the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Charity (Reg 1057213) who provided the initial funding to establish the Surgical Training Centre (Freeman Hospital)