Updated: Mar 6, 2019
The 2018 main annual course was held in Bristol in the school of comparative anatomy Vasalius Lab. As ever there were attendees from all over the world though predominantly the UK and Europe. The course groups split into two halves for this year which gave a fairly exhausting schedule for the faculty the core of whom came from the South West of the UK. The course structure was designed to give the delegates to see all aspects of the more complex foot and ankle arthroscopic techniques. The aim being to get delegates to the level where they can practice these techniques clinically. The recorded scores for delegate satisfaction would suggest that the delegates got what they needed and regarded the course as being good value.
Feedback from this course: “ Excellent coverage of all areas of F&A arthroscopy and an opportunity to develop new skills and refine existing skills with mentoring......”