If you're a medical student or Foundation doctor considering a career in Neurosurgery, you won't want to miss the 7th annual SBNS/NANSIG Neurosurgery Careers Day on Saturday, 27th January 2018 at the King Khalid Building in the heart of Edinburgh.
Mr Paul May (President, SBNS) - The SBNS: What's it for? Mr Neil Kitchen (SBNS President-elect) - Training a neurosurgeon 1985 and 2015: how far have we come? Mr Alistair Jenkins (Treasurer, SBNS) - Work-life balance: what's that? Mr Jonathan Pesic-Smith - Being a trainee: doing the work Mr Akbar Hussain - Being a trainee: ticking the boxes Mr Rodney Laing - Challenges in the spine Mr Mark Wilson - Pre-hospital management in neurosurgery Mr Richard Ashpole - Surgical simulation and ROWENA Mr Michael Jenkinson - Academic Neurosurgery: for those who can't cut their way out of a paper bag? Mr Kismet Hossain-Ibrahim - Publish or perish: British Journal of Neurosurgery Mr Daniel Fountain - ENTICE and the Academic Foundation Programme Mr Chris Barrett - Less is more
Tickets available via the link below. We will look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh on 27th January!