Are you interested in medicine and surgery?
‘Neurotheatre – Simulated Brain Surgery!’ is back due to popular demand! Edinburgh Medical School will be going online for an immersive, captivating re-enactment of brain surgery, featuring state-of-the-art surgical technology, alongside a diverse cast of neurosurgeons, A&E doctors, and medical students!
‘Neurotheatre – Simulated Brain Surgery!’
Neurotheatre will offer audiences a glimpse at the neurosurgical treatment of a simulated patient following a road traffic accident. In an experience that promises to be as exciting as it is educational, members of the public will witness the work of emergency services, watch a simulated neurosurgery- before hearing a first-hand account of the effects of traumatic brain injury by a patient ambassador from Edinburgh Headway Group.
Programme for the evening:
1830-1930: ‘Neurotheatre – Simulated Brain Surgery!’
1930: Q&A Session With A Surgeon, A&E Doctor, Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor and Medical Students.
Optional: Stay at the end to learn more and ask questions about Medical School from Edinburgh Medical Students!
This is a free event. Audience members are reminded to register using the link provided.
Neurotheatre is a joint collaboration between Edinburgh Neuroscience, The University of Edinburgh Neurological Society and medical students at Edinburgh Medical School. Medical students will be on-hand and are more than happy to take questions relating to studying in Edinburgh.