Monday 30th September 2019
SA Hand Surgery Society Annual Meeting
Monday 30th September 2019
Adelaide Convention Centre
The South Australian Hand Surgery Society Annual Conference is going to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Wednesday 30th September 2019.
The meeting is the only forum in South Australia for those interested in the upper limb. This meeting is open to those involved in plastics, orthopaedics including trainees, hand therapists and allied health specialists.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Dr Michael McCleave Dr Greg Bain
President SAHSS Convenor 2019 Annual Meeting
The Royal Adelaide Hospital Flinders University of SA
Professor Joseph Dias
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Head of Academic Team of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Hospitals of Leicester, UK
Joe Dias is Professor in Hand and Orthopaedic Surgery and Head of Academic Team of Musculoskeletal Surgery (AToMS) at the University Hospitals of Leicester. He is a Consultant Hand and Orthopaedic Surgeon for the University Hospitals of Leicester.
Professor Dias graduated from Bombay University with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B;B.S) degree. He has since received Fellowships from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh and England and a Doctorate of Medicine from Leicester University.
He has a special interest in epidemiology of hand and wrist disorders, Dupuytren’s contracture, the outcome of interventions in upper limb and hand trauma and interventions in wrist disorders. His research has focused on clinically-based investigations of effectiveness of interventions for hand and upper limb disorders. He has a special interest in education.
SAHSS is not registered for GST and therefore all fees are GST free.
6.30 pm onwards
Location to be confirmed
The Dinner will be held in the city and the location will be advised shortly. Please advise your intention to attend and any dietary requirements upon registration.
Due date: Friday 1st September 2019
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