ASiT joins forces with The Future Surgery Show, taking place this November.
The Future of Surgery show is pleased to announce the 2021 event now hosts The Association of Surgeons in Training annual surgical innovation summit.
Lola Giwa, ASiT President commented: "With innovation playing such a crucial role in the recovery of surgical training and surgical services, we are delighted to deliver the annual ASiT Surgical Innovation Summit at Future Surgery 2021. Join us for two action-packed days of pushing boundaries within surgical training and beyond!”
Future Surgery is free to attend. It is designed specifically to give insights into technological and digital developments which will transform the future of surgery, meet surgeons’ training needs, promote networking and develop a stronger voice for all surgical professionals and their multidisciplinary teams in perioperative care.
More than 50 world class speakers are already confirmed, and more than 1,000 surgeons and surgical team members have already registered to attend the in-person event.
Surgical professionals are invited to register their attendance for free, sign up here
The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) is an independent professional body that works to promote the highest standards in surgical training.
ASiT represents the views of surgical trainees through representation on several national councils including the four Royal Colleges of Surgery, ISCP, and JCST. Unlike many others, ASiT remains independent of the Royal Colleges and professional medical organisations and is run by trainees, for trainees.
About The Future Surgery Show:
In partnership with Royal College of Surgeons of England, it is set to be the biggest gathering of surgical and operating theatre teams with 100+ speakers, 1500 surgeons and overall over 3,000 delegates set to attend this November.
It’s a one of its kind event, specifically designed to give insight into technological and digital developments transforming the future of surgery, meet the training needs, promote networking and develop a stronger voice for all surgical professionals and their multidisciplinary teams in perioperative care.