Welcome to The Yorkshire and the Humber School of Surgery
The School was launched in April 2008, there are currently around 565 surgical trainees. This includes core surgical trainees in years 1 and 2 as well as higher surgical trainees from year 3 onwards until a CCT is awarded.
The aims of the School of Surgery are:
To prepare and equip surgeons to meet the challenges of surgical practice and deliver the highest standard of care for patients.
To deliver surgical education programmes within the Yorkshire and the Humber Postgraduate Deanery that meet GMC quality standards and embrace College guidelines and ethos.
To recognise and respond to the needs of our trainees, trainers and their employers.
- Core Surgery
- Cardiothoracic Surgery
- General Surgery
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Paediatric Surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Trauma and Orthopaedics
Head of School of Surgery - Prof. Michael Gough
The School of Surgery provides training across Yorkshire in the following hospitals:
School of Surgery Conference 2013
Please use the following links for the presentations from the day:
Mr D Wilkinson: Trainees and SUIs
Dr C Pollock: SUIs - the Role of the GMC
Dr B Claxton: Trainee Revalidation & Trainer Recognition
Dr A Goodwin: NCEPOD and High Risk Surgery
Miss J Phillips: Audit of emergency surgical provision
Miss K Bailey: Operations for suspected appendicitis - how good are we?
Mr G Griffiths: Reducing Risks in Acute Abdominal Surgery
For presentations from the 2012 Conference please click here.