Core Surgical Anatomy Programme
The Core Surgical Anatomy Programme, the first of its kind in the UK, is run by Imperial College's London Postgraduate School of Surgery. It consists of regular consultant-led teaching sessions that form a compulsory part of training for CT1 Surgical trainees. The programme is tailored to the needs of CT1 trainees in order to provide more in-depth knowledge in surgical anatomy and to prepare trainees for their Anatomy Demonstrator role at CT2; the aim of the programme is to deliver teaching on human anatomy of the whole body using cadaveric prosections and radiological anatomy (e.g., MRI).
All anatomy training sessions will be held at Charing Cross Hospital.
Further information about the Core Surgical Anatomy programme and the Human Anatomy Unit can be found in the CSA induction session 2021-22 (PDF) slideshow. You should also read the Human Anatomy Unit risk assessment 2021-22 (PDF) document.