The course is divided into two parts.  The morning session focuses on dynamic group discussion, based around real cases, which draws upon the collective knowledge of both the faculty and participants.

It is recognised that participants are all senior physicians, and that as such, as highly didactic approach is less useful, and so there is plenty of room to explore the nuances of both the indications for, and techniques of the procedures taught.

The afternoon is spent in the cadaver laboratory, giving participants time to undertake the procedures taught, under the expert guidance of our faculty.