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    2021 SSRF Workshop Registrations Now Open

    The next SSRF workshop is scheduled for 9th May 2021, in Parkville, Melbourne. This hands-on, cadaver-based skills workshop is designed for surgeons looking to develop their rib fixation surgical technique. For further information, including a link to registration, click HERE.

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    2020 Damian McMahon Trauma Paper Competition

    Congratulation Dr Enoch Wong, who’s paper titled Use of Canadian C-spine rule in blunt trauma significantly reduces the number of cervical spine imaging performed whilst maintaining sensitivity, has been awarded best paper at the 2020 Damian McMahon Paper Competition. With the cancellation of the RACS Annual Scientific Congress this year, the Damian McMahon Trauma Paper
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    ABSET – ANATOMICALLY-BASED SURGICAL EXPOSURE FOR TRAUMA 2021

    ABSET is known as ASSET- Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma, outside Australia and New Zealand. It was developed by the American College of Surgeons and is considered one of the core trauma education skills courses administered by their Committee on Trauma. The next ABSET course will be in Brisbane, 9th September 2021. To register
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Australian and New Zealand Association for the Surgery of Trauma (ANZAST) is a not-for-profit, public company limited by guarantee, that was listed with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission in February 2011. It was formed by a group of surgeons involved in the care of injured Australian and New Zealand patients.

Who Are ANZAST
The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Surgery of Trauma is a surgical society open to surgical trainees and Fellows of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (or equivalent).
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ANZAST Trauma Grand Rounds
The bi-monthly TGR, cover a range of topics presented by experts in the field. Live-streamed online, a panel of experts is available to answer questions from the audience.
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There are a number of benefits available to members of ANZST, that facilitate the goals of the society- to educate, to mentor and to promote the field of trauma surgery.
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