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1 Effective learning from serious incidents Dr Helen Higham delivers a talk on the human factors approach to incident analysis. Helen Higham 11 Feb 2020
2 Image Consciousness in the Emergency Department - Developing and Evaluating Novel Radiological Pathways and Technologies in the Acute Healthcare Setting A brief portfolio of four distinct projects - scaphoid injuries, blunt chest trauma in the elderly, acute gallstone disease, and a mobile x-ray machine with embedded AI technology. Alex Novak, Lois Brand, Phil Hormbrey 22 Jan 2020
3 Cases of complicated surgery for 'high-risk' prostate cancer Professor Shin Egawa delivers the Burdette Lecture with striking array of high-risk salvage surgery for prostate cancer and bladder cancer. Shin Egawa 13 Jan 2020
4 Creative Commons Facing the future with our eyes wide open: What does the future hold for (cardiac) surgery that will change the way we practice? Many of the things that will be in this talk may never happen, some of them will happen and some of them are already happening. How they will evolve and to what extent, and how all of these things will blend into one future will be interesting to explore. George Krasopoulos 10 Jan 2020
5 Creative Commons Using research to change paradigms in diagnosing and managing early prostate cancer Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam provides an overview of the big questions in prostate cancer. Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam 06 Jan 2020
6 Creative Commons Small intestinal neuroendocrine tumours - surgery and science in Cambridge Mr Simon Buczacki presents his clinical and scientific data on small intestinal neuroendocrine tumours. Simon Buczacki 16 Dec 2019
7 Creative Commons Implementation of Robot Assisted Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy (RAMIE) Professor Richard van Hillegersberg shares his experience with robotic esophagectomy over the years. Richard van Hillegersberg 16 Dec 2019
8 Organ preservation research in Oxford: an update The talk focusses on kidney preservation with Mr Simon Knight talking about some of the clinical research that has been done, while Mr James Hunter discusses their translational and lab research. Simon Knight, James Hunter 22 Nov 2019
9 Oxford University Global Surgery Group: female genital mutilation Dr Anita Makins discusses 'Female genital mutilation (FGM): a global perspective', and Dr Katy Newell-Jones presents ‘Medicalisation of female genital cutting: decision making dilemmas and competing priorities’. Anita Makins, Katy Newell-Jones 22 Nov 2019
10 Creative Commons Innovations to improve outcome and patient safety in low and middle income countries Ms Sarah Kessler discusses and shows clips from ‘The Checklist Effect’, the award-winning documentary inspired by the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist. Shafi Ahmed, Sarah Kessler 01 May 2019
11 Creative Commons OUCAGS and clinical academic training in the UK Professor Chris Pugh gives a talk on clinical academic training and the role OUCAGS (Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School) plays. Chris Pugh 17 Apr 2019
12 Creative Commons Gastrointestinal (GI) haemorrhage Dr Raman Uberoi talks about interventional radiology and gastrointestinal haemorrhage. Raman Uberoi 12 Apr 2019
13 Creative Commons Communication in Healthcare: A Failure in Need of Rescue? Professor Amir Ghaferi discusses the current state of communication in healthcare and in particular surgery. Is there a failure in need of rescue? Amir Ghaferi 03 Apr 2019
14 Personalised external aortic root support: the Oxford experience Miss Renata Greco talks about personalised external aortic root support and in particular the Oxford experience with this technique. Renata Greco 08 Mar 2019
15 Creative Commons Cricket to clinic via the lab Professor Giles Toogood talks about his background which combined sport and surgery, and discusses the advances in hepatobiliary. Giles Toogood 19 Feb 2019
16 Machine perfusion – a new dawn or optimistic hyperbole? Professor Peter Friend, Dr David Nasralla and Dr Carlo Ceresa discuss liver transplantation and why they are replacing conventional cold storage in an ice box with normothermic automated, transportable liver preservation. Peter Friend, David Nasralla, Carlo Ceresa 28 Jan 2019
17 Creative Commons Genes, Hands, Nerves, and Brains Professor Dominic Furniss and Dr Akira Wiberg discuss the tremendous connection we have between the hand and the brain, focusing their talk on Dupuytren's Disease and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Dominic Furniss, Akira Wiberg 21 Jan 2019
18 Creative Commons Achieving the Holy-Grail: The Humanising Healthcare Methodology Mr Hamish Dibley, a senior management consultant, explores a new and refreshing approach to how we understand and improve healthcare systems. Hamish Dibley 16 Jan 2019
19 Creative Commons Effect of metformin on breast cancer metabolism Dr Simon Lord presents a clinical study to understand the effect of metformin - one of the most commonly prescribed treatments worldwide for diabetes - on breast cancer metabolism. Simon Lord 16 Jan 2019
20 Creative Commons Safe surgery in Africa: Exploring barriers and trialling interventions Professor Peter McCulloch and Dr Tinashe Chandauka talk about improving surgery in Africa and designing a surgical safety education programme. Peter McCulloch, Tinashe Chandauka 14 Mar 2018
21 Creative Commons Upper GI Surgery Dr John Findlay (Oxford University) presents 'Heavy Petting in Oesophago-gastric Cancer’ and Mr Nick Maynard (Oxford University) presents ‘How Much Should we Tell the Public About Outcomes from Oesophagectomy?’ Nick Maynard, John Findlay 28 Feb 2018
22 Creative Commons Laparoscopic aortic surgery: Credible or just plain crazy? Mr Dominic PJ Howard talks about the current management and Oxford research on aortic disease, and the endovascular revolution. Mr Adam Howard discusses the exciting area of laparoscopic aortic surgery and where that is placed in this field. Dominic PJ Howard, Adam Howard 20 Feb 2018
23 Should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged? Mr Henk Giele asks should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged. We are all creative and we are all innovative, and we don’t have to be a genius or a special type of person to invent something. Henk Giele 17 Oct 2017
24 Establishing a microsurgery center at Chang Gung and advances in mandibular reconstruction Professor Fu-Chan Wei talks about how he established a comprehensive reconstructive microsurgery center at Chang Gung University Medical Center, and discusses the advances in mandibular reconstruction using microsurgical skills. Fu-Chan Wei 04 Oct 2017
25 Creative Commons MiCollar novel iPhone application to analyse cervical spine motion restriction with different size and type of cervical orthoses Rose Ingleton 23 Aug 2016
26 Creative Commons Ethics of Surgical Innovation Explaining the views after being put into practice. Wendy Rogers 15 Aug 2016
27 Creative Commons Surgical Trainee Research Collaboratives in the UK An observational analysis of research activity and output. Angelos Kolias 12 Jul 2016
28 Creative Commons Evaluation of HIFU ablation for uterine fibroids A multicenter IDEAL study. Joey Kwong 07 Jul 2016
29 Creative Commons Perioperative Outcomes, Health Care Costs and Survival After Robotic-assisted Versus Open Radical Cystectomy A national comparative effectiveness study Bilal Chughtai 06 Jul 2016
30 Creative Commons IDEAL Framework and Recommendations A template for device evaluation? Christopher Pennell 06 Jul 2016
31 Creative Commons Applying IDEAL Early stage surgical innovation of a novel bio-wrap-assisted vasectomy reversal technique. Ahmet Gudeloglu 06 Jul 2016
32 Creative Commons Small Simple Trials A Strategy to Study Rare Surgical Conditions. James Wright 06 Jul 2016