F2 Regional Teaching - Anatomy Revision Day 2 - Anatomy of the Abdomen / Pelvis

Category: Foundation - F2 Regional Teaching Programme

Date: April 23rd 2014

Location: Vesalius Clinical Training Centre, Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy, University of Bristol, Southwell Street, Bristol BS2 8EJ

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Regional anatomy teaching tailored to the junior trainee. These days will offer good anatomy revision for all foundation year 2 trainees and are likely to be of particular interest to trainees with a future surgical career in mind. The study days will encompass a mixture of lecture presentations and two hour anatomy revision sessions in the dissection facilities at the centre using prosections, osteological and radiology resources.



Day 2 (Wed 23rd Apr 2014) – Anatomy of the Abdomen/Pelvis
  • Anatomy of the GI tract, hepatobiliary and urogenital systems
Guest lectures:
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Applied surface anatomy and ultrasound techniques 


Future Dates:

Day 3 (Wed 18th Jun 2014) – Musculoskeletal Anatomy
  • Anatomy of the upper and lower limb
Guest lectures:
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Applied anatomy of fractures and sports injuries
Module Lead:  Dr. Sarah Allsop, University of Bristol

The programme uses days from the study leave allocation. Study leave will need to be agreed and booked prior to booking on to the courses. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.  Booking is via the MLE (Managed Learning Environment) system. For more information, see F2 MLE Booking Instructions.

Severn’s Regional F2 Teaching Programme encourages foundation trainees to experience training as part of the Foundation School, enabling us to use the faculty members who are keen to deliver proven educational material as required by the Foundation Curriculum and also offers an opportunity for trainees to network, an important part of professional development. The programme culminates with an Innovations Presentation day offering foundation trainees at F1 and F2 level the opportunity to present their work and receive regional recognition.