- Relevant to early years surgical trainees across the world
- Teaches you how to become a plastic surgeon
- Written by experts from The Royal College of Surgeons
- Highly interactive content, with videos, animations and questions
£90.00 Excludes VAT where applicable.
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Online Surgery Course
eSurgery is an online surgery course that helps to develop the basic knowledge and skills required of a surgeon.
It is suitable for healthcare professionals globally.
High-quality Online Surgery Course
This plastic surgery course specifically supports practitioners in the early years of surgical training and it provides broad theoretical knowledge common to all surgical specialties.
Plastic Surgery Course by Surgeons for Surgeons
The clinical content, which is mapped to the Joint Royal College of Surgeons’ specialty training curriculum, covers topics such as basic surgical skills, peri-operative care and organ/tissue transplantation.
This plastic surgery course has been written in the UK by highly experienced, practising surgeons.
Interactive features, such as video/audio clips and animations, help to explain the complex surgical principles involved.
Fit Learning Around Your Busy Life
You can access eSurgery online and study at your own pace in the workplace, at home or on the move.
The learning can be tailored to your training needs, and the sessions can be completed in any order.
Hello, my name is Alan Horgan. Welcome to this section of the eIntegrity website which gives details of the e-Surgery learning program for early years Surgical Training.
This program was developed by the Royal College of Surgeons and delivers over 80 learning sessions, each of which is approximately 20 to 30 minutes in length.
You can learn at your own pace and the program includes formative assessments with feedback to test your understanding of the content as you progress through the course.
Please take a look at the information available on this section of the website, which contains details of how to register. We do hope you’ll join us.