CANCELLED—AOCMF Lighthouse Course—Reconstructive Surgery in Head and Neck with Flap Harvesting (with HAS)
Berlin, Germany
04 Jul 2020 - 05 Jul 2020
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Course description
This two-day course is a hands-on human anatomical specimen event encompassing state of the art reconstructive techniques using a variety of free and pedicled flaps in the head and neck. Panel discussions and interactive debates around controversial topics will be used in an open forum that is evidence based . The expert faculty will share their tips and tricks in dealing with complications and salvage surgery. Participants will practice computer assisted planning for resection, reconstruction and the use of patient specific implants. Two participants will share one-half of a human anatomical specimen for flap harvesting and one laptop for computer planning.

Goal of the course
This AOCMF Lighthouse Course shines a light on state-of-the-art techniques and best practices in head and neck reconstruction to optimize your ability to restore speech, mastication and cosmesis in your patients.

Target participants
The course is aimed at experienced trainees, early career surgeons and experienced surgeons in Oral Maxillofacial, Plastics or ENT.

Learning objectives
After the course, participants will be able to:
• Accurately predict the defect
• Choose the optimal reconstruction
• Decide if surgery is appropriate
• Virtually plan the resection and the reconstruction
• Perform a variety of reconstructive techniques
• Deal with complications and pitfalls

Programs
Draft program (481kb)
Learning objectives
Accurately predict the defect
Choose the optimal reconstruction
Decide if surgery is appropriate
Virtually plan the resection and the reconstruction
Perform a variety of reconstructive techniques
Deal with complications and pitfalls
Contributors
Ignacio Ismael Garcia Recuero Dr. med.  (Course Chair)
Max Heiland  (Course Director)
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Details
ID BERLIN0720
Type AOCMF
Level Advances
Region Europe and Southern Africa
Language(s) English
Scope Regional
Academic status Non peer reviewed
Format Course
Content Artificial bone practicals, Cadaver practicals, Debates, Discussion groups, Lectures
Target audience ENT surgery, General surgery, Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Plastic surgery
Registration
Registration start27 Feb 2020
Closing date04 Jul 2020
Statuson hold
Places28
Available places27
Cancellation policy50% until 30 days before the event. No refund thereafter
Pricing
Euro 1600.00 EUR
Included services
Course bag
Coffee breaks
Course dinner
Lunch
Course materials
Contact(s)
Ms Stephanie Pavlovic (Participants contact)
AO Courses Europe, Middle East & Africa
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Switzerland
Phone+41327204225
Emailstephanie.pavlovic@aocourses.org
Ms Stefanie Soos (Faculty contact)
AO Foundation/ AOCMF
Clavadelerstrasse 8
7270 Davos
Switzerland
Phone+41814142531
Mobile+41794591931
Emailstefanie.soos@aocmf.org
Venue

Course venue
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Institut für Funktionelle Anatomie/Chirurgisch-anatomisches Trainingszentrum
Wilhelm-Waldeyer-Haus
Philippstrasse 11
10115 Berlin
Germany

https://best.charite.de

 

Accommodation for participants

Proposed hotels in walking distance to the anatomy:

 

Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Mitte, 0.5km: https://www.adinahotels.com/en/apartments/berlin-mitte/
Best Western Hotel Berlin Mitte, 0.6km: 
http://best-western-hotel-berlin-mitte.hotel-in-berlin.org/en/
Mercure Hotel Berlin City, 0,7km: 
https://all.accor.com/hotel/5341/index.en.shtml

Ibis Hotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof, 1,1km: https://all.accor.com/hotel/8601/index.en.shtml

Accommodation is not included in the registration fee and has to be organized individually.

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Location plan anatomical lab (255kb)
Commercial partners
DePuy Synthes