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Award Winners SCTS – Ionescu Fellowships 2020

The Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain & Ireland (SCTS) invited applications for the annual portfolio of Fellowships sponsored by Mr Marian Ionescu. The broad range of the Fellowships were offered to all SCTS members to benefit - Consultants, all grades of Trainees, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and Medical Students.

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Winners of SCTS-Ionescu 90 Awards (in March 2020)

SCTS was honoured and privileged to announce this special round of application with Mr Ionescu’s continued support to the wider cardiothoracic multidisciplinary community which had an excellent response from the members.

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SAS meeting 2020

 

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Holiday special round of fellowships

We are delighted to offer a Holiday special round of fellowships offering to celebrate the 90th Birthday of our benefactor Mr Ionescu who has been a great supporter of SCTS education over the years.

These fellowships are in addition to the ones advertised already.

The deadline remains the 15th January 2020 and awards will be announced in the AGM by the President.

Please note the small travel grants for NTNs and Non NTNs will be preferentially offered to early year trainees.

Please disseminate this to your wider colleagues.

We wish you and yours a merry X was and Happy New year.

See details here

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Featured Presentation

Surgical techniques for functional mitral regurgitation

J Lamelas (Houston, USA) reviews the surgical options available for the management of functional mitral regurgitation, before describing in detail his favoured technique of “ring and sling”.

 

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Category: GeneralWessex Aortic Dissection Awareness Day

Wessex Aortic Dissection Awareness Day
02 May 2020 03 May 2020
04 May 2020 05 May 2020 06 May 2020 07 May 2020

Category: GeneralLondon Core Review 2020

London Core Review 2020
08 May 2020

Category: GeneralLondon Core Review 2020

London Core Review 2020
09 May 2020

Category: GeneralLondon Core Review 2020

London Core Review 2020
10 May 2020

Category: GeneralLondon Core Review 2020

London Core Review 2020
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Annual Meeting

The next meeting will be in Celtic manor on 22nd to 24th March 2020.

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SCTS Ionescu University 2017

Videos of the presentations are available to view:

Belfast 2017

Nurses & AHP Forum Presentations

Presentations given at the 2017 Forum are now available in pdf format for review on the Nurses & AHP page.
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Nursing and Allied health professional Research Group

NARG

Cardiothoracic Trainees Research Collaborative

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SCTS Education Professional Development

Following the very successful pilot the SCTS Education Professional Development course is now open. Details are on the attached flyer. The course places are heavily subsidised for SCTS members and there are limited places for each date. All the pilot places were gone within one week so immediate application is advised. Non SCTS members pay the full price so this course is a benefit of SCTS membership.

This programme is aimed at consultants, senior trainees (ST5 onward) and equivalent, and is rolling so modules can be taken in any order.

The course has been designed to meet many revalidation requirements and is tailored to the needs of cardiothoracic surgeons.

This course has top modules from our award winning partner and includes sessions on understanding the healthcare environment, management, leadership, transformation and finances.

Following course participation delegates will be better equipped to deal with the rapidly changing NHS and effectively lead their services.

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SCTS Education Curriculum-aligned Cardiothoracic Surgery Training Courses

SCTS Education / Ethicon Curriculum-aligned Cardiothoracic Surgery Training Courses are an innovative portfolio of 12 courses that have been designed and implemented by the current SCTS Tutors to mirror the ISCP curriculum.

All nationally-appointed Cardiothoracic Surgery Trainees will be given the opportunity to attend 12 specifically designed courses (2 courses per year during their 6 year programme). The portfolio of courses will deliver a continuous programme of learning which has been mapped out to mirror the ISCP Cardiothoracic Surgery curriculum. The programme has been endorsed by the Cardiothoracic Surgery Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC) and attendance at the courses will be monitored through the ARCP and CCT process. These courses complement knowledge and skills learned during their training programme and will use a variety of techniques to deliver education.

Details of the aims and delivery of all of these courses are available on the Tutors' page. Read more

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Debate: emphysema intervention

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  This is the educational website of the SCTS and is overseen by its Education Committee. The Education Committee serves as a link between the Executive and the Cardiothoracic SAC to ensure that educational matters are highlighted in the Society. Read more
  The SCTS University was launched in 2010 at the SCTS Annual Meeting in Liverpool and is now the largest Cardiothoracic Educational Programme in the UK. The first recording of this contemporary educational material was in 2012 at the joint ACTA / SCTS meeting in Manchester, with each subsequent SCTS University recorded and the educational material made available via this website. Read more
  The SCTS Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Mr Marian Ionescu at the annual meeting in Manchester 2015. His name has been added to the SCTS University logo. Read more