How to Become a Great HPB Surgeon through Continuous Improvement

Postgraduate Course

Monday 21 September 2020 | 0800 – 1700
Course Coordinator: Saxon Connor, New Zealand

EarlyOn or before 12 May 2020
Standard13 May – 14 July 2020
Late15 July – 20 September 2020
Onsite21 September 2020 onwards
Postgraduate Course

The participant registration fee for the Postgraduate Course includes:

  • Admission to the Postgraduate Course “How to Become a Great HPB Surgeon through Continuous Improvement”
  • Congress documentation
  • Tea/Coffee
  • Lunch on Monday 21 September 2020

The aim of this day is to attract trainees, fellows and young consultants with the purpose of focusing on the non-technical aspects of surgery. The learning objectives would be as follows:

  1. To understand that being a HPB surgeon requires a conscious commitment to lifelong learning
  2. To understand that learning takes many forms
  3. To understand investment in both technical and non-technical skills is required
  4. To understand that effective decision making is a critical component of becoming a complete HPB surgeon
  5. To understand the critical relationship between the surgeon and a highly functional team.

Ever wondered what it takes to be a complete HPB surgeon? How do you achieve a fulfilling career and life?
How can you contribute to creating and sustaining a highly performing HPB unit?
Come and learn the answers to these questions in an interactive and engaging format.

The day will include:

  • Learning from the experts on how they improve their operating.
  • Understanding why being a better team member is critical to improving surgical outcomes
  • Learning from and dealing with both failure and success
  • How to enjoy your career

Who should come to this course?
All trainees, Fellows and young consultants who want to develop a fulfilling and satisfying career. Senior surgeons interested in improving their unit and leaving a worthwhile legacy.