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26-28th of July 2023

The Courses 

We are running two courses in Aberdeen in collaboration with GReTA on Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Breast Reconstruction. 


The Courses

26th-28th of July 2023

iBreastBook and GReTA are planning two parallel courses, one will be a lecture based course that will run on Wednesday the 26th and Thursday the 27th of July covering the different aspects of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Reconstruction called the breast course while the second will run from Wednesday the 26th till Friday the 28th and will have both lectures and cadaveric dissection, called the Cadaveric course.
The spaces will be limited for both courses and will be filled on first comes first served basis.

Check the details below 


26th -27th of July 2023 

This is a two day lecture based course that will be all delivered in the main lecture at the Suttie center at the Univerity of Aberdeen covering the different aspects of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery & Breast Reconstruction. 

The registration fee is £250


26th-28th of July 2023

This is a three day lecture based course the first day will be delivered in the main lecture at the Suttie center at the Univerity of Aberdeen covering the different aspects of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery & Breast Reconstruction. Day two and three will be mainly in the cadaveric dissection lab 

The registration fee is £1000

Places are limited


The Suttie Centre  

The Suttie Centre for Teaching & Learning in Healthcare is a partnership between the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian.  Opened in 2009, the £20 million centre is used for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students, and a wide range of healthcare staff use it for their continuing professional development.

The Suttie Centre promotes clinical excellence within an inspiring environment for both staff and students, which includes a state of the art clinical skills centre and anatomy facility


With so many transport options, Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire have never been easier to get to.


Aberdeen can be reached by road, rail, sea or air and when you get here Aberdeenshire is easily accessible by public transport, taxi or car.

As the gateway to the Highlands, and only a 2.5 hours’ drive to Edinburgh or Glasgow.

Aberdeen International Airport is located just six miles from Aberdeen city centre and is within easy reach of Aberdeenshire.

The region is well connected globally with daily flights to all major airports including three London airports (Heathrow, with British Airways, Luton and Gatwick with Easy Jet) and Amsterdam (KLM). Aberdeen international airport also has many direct routes to most UK cities as well as many key European destinations.

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