BFIRST BSSH Congenital Hand Surgery Symposium - Global challenges and improving outcomes in LMICs
The purpose of this two-part virtual symposium is to bring together people who are passionate in the care of children (and adults) with congenital hand differences worldwide. Our desire is to share learning and facilitate a platform for the discussion of unique challenges faced by countries in resource limited settings. The symposium will focus on the management of common conditions and allow an international panel to discuss ways to avoid complications or treat these complications. Participants from different resource-limited countries will also discuss and share how they overcome challenges and allow networking and sharing of resources.
Topics will include:
- Congenital hand surgery in different LMICs
- Recognising patterns and syndromes
- Syndactyly and Macrodactyly
- Thumb duplication and hypoplasia
- Cleft hand
- Clindodactyly, campodactyly and trigger digits
- Use of WALANT in congenital hand surgery
Click here to register for part 1
BSSH Virtual Webinar - October 2020
Despite the cancellation of our 2020 Scientific meetings, the BSSH would still like to provide the opportunity for successful authors to present their free papers. We received some fantastic abstracts and would like to offer authors the chance to present virtually.
At 7pm (UK time) on 14th and 15th October 2020. Click here for more information.
BSSH have hosted and collaborated in a number of webinars which are available to view below:
BSSH BFIRST Hand Trauma Symposium
BSSH Great Debates of Hand Surgery