RNSH SERT Institute Update

by Shelly Dhaliwal  The last 6 months have been exciting for the Institute, with numerous milestones achieved: The RNS SERT Institute webpage is up and running (www.rnssert.org) and provides an excellent portal for communicating our activities The RNS SERT Institute Committee is working through an action plan in response to discussions and feedback from all surgical …

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May 2018 newsletter is now available

Our May 2018 newsletter has been released.  Highlights include updates from the SERT and DASO teams, the Sydney Medical Program and the Postgraduate Research and Training Programs.

RNSH Data Analysis and Surgical Outcomes (DASO) Unit Update.

by Maria Albania The RNS DASO Unit continues our recruitment progress by welcoming our first data manager Wally Shi. Wally has a degree in BSc. (Biological Science) and joined the Unit after a decade of service to NSW Health Pathology with SSWPS Liverpool, SEALS Prince of Wales, and Pathology West, Westmead. Wally has extensive experience …

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New Academic Appointment at RNSH

Dr Jonathon Parkinson was a medical student at RNSH, before going on to complete Neurosurgical training across Sydney and Newcastle. During this time, he also completed a PhD in the Cancer Genetics Laboratory at the Kolling Institute, examining the molecular biology of glioma. Following his Neurosurgical training, Jonathon undertook a fellowship in complex spinal surgery …

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Surgical Academia – Congratulations Dr Marcus Handmer

Surgical Academia is the engagement of surgeons beyond merely managing patients. It includes teaching, education, research and mentoring activities. It also involves surgeons taking leadership in the administration and decision-making of the hospital. This new section of the SERT newsletter recognises achievements of surgeons within and beyond their clinical practice. We will like to congratulate …

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Director of Surgical Skills Training Update

by Dr Anubhav Mittal The Skills Centre has continued to deliver high-quality skills training under the direction of Dr A. Mittal and with the help of Ms Jenny Ludeman and her staff. The latest successful course was a home-grown advanced Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary laparoscopic course using cadaveric specimen which was well attended by national and international candidates. The …

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