National Events 

Here we will list any information regarding events, conferences and talks from university surgical societies all over the country. You are welcome to attend any of these events, for information on pricing see the links below.

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17th BAPRAS Undergraduate Day

Saturday 30th March, ETC Venues, Norton Folgate, London

The 17th BAPRAS Undergraduate Course is a one-day national event for all medical students interested in finding out more about a career in plastic surgery.•  Hear about different plastics specialisms from consultants•  Learn practical surgery skills from specialist registrars•  Receive careers advice on how to get into plastic surgery •  Consider elective advice, research ideas and charity work•  Receive BAPRAS Certificate of Attendance, for your portfolio•  Prizes awarded for ‘best plastic surgery poster’ and ‘best plastic surgical skills

£10.00 lunch and refreshments included

UMAX 2019 (undergraduate oral and maxillofacial surgery conference)


After another successful undergraduate oral and maxillofacial surgery conference (UMAX) in 2018, the Royal Society of Medicine will be running it again to continue promoting the specialty as a post-graduate career option for aspiring surgeons. By attending this event you will learn from consultant surgeons and incumbent trainees as you network on the day, and participate in the UMAX lecture series, and interactive practical skills and problem-based learning sessions run by senior clinical trainees. . 

£21.00 for lecture only

£27.00 for lecture and practical

National Student Trauma Conference - The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Date: TBC

This is a one-day event held in partnership with RCSEd that provides delegates with the opportunity to hear from guest speakers, present their undergraduate research, and to learn and practise key surgical skills. In the morning session, delegates will hear from three expert speakers covering a variety of themes, including heart surgery, trauma, and innovation in surgery. Additionally, we will hear from undergraduates throughout the morning with oral and poster presentations. The afternoon will comprise a number of practical workshops covering surgical skills and trauma. These sessions have been tailored to be useful for the budding surgeon, in addition to acquiring skills that are relevant for many avenues of medicine. Delegates are encouraged to make the most of this fantastic opportunity to network with surgical trainees, consultants, and to meet other surgically-curious medical students. Registration is open to Medical students and FY1 doctors.


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