2020 Garnett Passe Memorial Lecture
Held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London
UPDATE: Please note that with the cancellation of the Royal Society of Medicine Meeting, the 2020 Garnett Passe Memorial Lecture has been postponed. Please continue to check our website for details of the next Lecture.
Clinical Associate Professor Raewyn Campbell has been invited to speak as the Garnett Passe Memorial Lecturer, at this year’s Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) Meeting.
Established in 1996, this biennial lecture is in honour and memory of Edward Roland Garnett Passe, who established his otolaryngological career and international reputation in London. Lecturers are invited to present on their research of international importance. For 2020, Associate Professor Campbell will be discussing her research on Surgical Ergonomics.
Initially training as a physiotherapist before embarking on a surgical career, A/Prof. Campbell has studied the sometimes awkward physical positions surgeons find themselves in while doing surgery. She currently works as a dedicated Rhinologist and Skull Base surgeon in Australia, has completed 3 international fellowships in Rhinology and Skull Base surgery, and published over 40 journal articles and book chapters, presenting at specialist conferences all over the world. A/Prof. Campbell is actively involved in teaching medical students and otorhinolaryngology trainees and teaches at rhinology and skull base courses locally and internationally.
The presentation in May is sure to be well-received in London.
Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK
01-05-2020 for 1 Day day(s)