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Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences

Series associated with Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences

Combined Medical-Surgical Grand Rounds
IDEAL Collaboration Conference 2016
Surgical Grand Rounds Lectures
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Global Surgery: Paediatric Surgery Team Medical student Ms Shannon Gunawardana talks about Oxplore, an outreach portal for schools and young people. Kokila Lakhoo, Shannon Gunawardana, Kathryn Ford 25 Sep 2018
2 Medicine and Art Professor David Cranston takes us on a little trip through art and medicine using illustrations of works that portray the changing role of medicine in society. David Cranston 28 Aug 2018
3 Creative Commons Prostate cancer genomic surgery: A shifting paradigm In the first half, Dr Alastair Lamb discusses the problem with prostate cancer and what it is that needs to be addressed, his previous research and future plans for research. Alistair Lamb 30 Apr 2018
4 Creative Commons Oesophageal Cancer: Past, Present and the Future Professor Tim Underwood takes us through the history of oesophageal cancer, where we are now, and some of the science that is done to ask questions about where we might go with the treatment of oesophageal cancer. Tim Underwood 16 Apr 2018
5 Creative Commons Médecins Sans Frontières: The Role of Humanitarian Aid in Global Surgery Professor Kathryn Chu gives an introduction to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF); what it is and who they are, and talks about MSF surgery and the role of MSF in global surgery. Kathryn Chu 28 Mar 2018
6 Creative Commons Safe surgery in Africa: Exploring barriers and trialling interventions Professor Peter McCulloch and Dr Tinashe Chandauka talk about improving surgery in Africa and designing a surgical safety education programme. Peter McCulloch, Tinashe Chandauka 14 Mar 2018
7 Creative Commons How to ask the right questions: Lessons learned in 30 years of research Professor Wytske Fokkens (Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam) talks about how to ask yourself the right questions, which is the most important thing that she has learned in her 30-year research career. Wytske Fokkens 05 Mar 2018
8 Creative Commons Upper GI Surgery Dr John Findlay (Oxford University) presents 'Heavy Petting in Oesophago-gastric Cancer’ and Mr Nick Maynard (Oxford University) presents ‘How Much Should we Tell the Public About Outcomes from Oesophagectomy?’ Nick Maynard, John Findlay 28 Feb 2018
9 Creative Commons Side Effects to Some, Therapies to Others: Autonomic Neuromodulation Professor Alex Green (Oxford University) talks about the autonomic side-effects of neuromodulation including deep brain stimulation and dorsal root ganglion stimulation for pain. It may be possible to harness such effects for new therapies. Alex Green 28 Feb 2018
10 Challenges of being an academic surgeon and journal editor Professor Prokar Dasgupta from King's College London talks about the challenges of being an academic surgeon and an Editor-in-Chief for the journal BJUI. Prokar Dasgupta 20 Feb 2018
11 Creative Commons Laparoscopic aortic surgery: Credible or just plain crazy? Mr Dominic PJ Howard talks about the current management and Oxford research on aortic disease, and the endovascular revolution. Mr Adam Howard discusses the exciting area of laparoscopic aortic surgery and where that is placed in this field. Dominic PJ Howard, Adam Howard 20 Feb 2018
12 Creative Commons It's no longer OK to say I practise differently than everyone else Professor James Wright asks what is the next fundamental change to orthopaedic surgical practice and wonders if it is using best evidence to direct us to do the same for the same condition. James Wright 31 Oct 2017
13 Should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged? Mr Henk Giele asks should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged. We are all creative and we are all innovative, and we don’t have to be a genius or a special type of person to invent something. Henk Giele 17 Oct 2017
14 Establishing a microsurgery center at Chang Gung and advances in mandibular reconstruction Professor Fu-Chan Wei talks about how he established a comprehensive reconstructive microsurgery center at Chang Gung University Medical Center, and discusses the advances in mandibular reconstruction using microsurgical skills. Fu-Chan Wei 04 Oct 2017
15 Creative Commons Keyhole implantation of a new aortic valve in the conscious patient: TAVI in 2017 Professor Adrian Banning, Dr Kate Grebenik and Professor Rajesh Kharbanda give a talk for the Surgical Grand Rounds series. Adrian Banning, Kate Grebenik, Rajesh Kharbanda 20 Sep 2017
16 William Osler and his legacy to medicine Professor David Cranston tells the story of William Osler's life and career. David Cranston 14 Jun 2017
17 Creative Commons When surgeons become patients: occupational health and wellbeing for doctors Dr Evie Kemp talks about the issues that can arise when surgeons become patients, and the importance of doctors maintaining their own health (mental and physical) and wellbeing. Evie Kemp 24 May 2017
18 Innovations in access surgery James Gilbert and Dr Simon Knight give an update on vascular access and some of the innovations that are going on in vascular access surgery. James Gilbert, Simon Knight 15 May 2017
19 The 100,000 Genomes Project Ms Jennifer Whitfield talks about the 100,000 Genomes Project, which aims to establish a new genomic medicine service through the NHS by sequencing the entire genomes of around 70,000 people with rare inherited diseases or cancer. Jennifer Whitfield 10 Apr 2017
20 Prostate artery embolisation in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia and beyond Dr Mark Little discusses his ongoing research into the role of prostate artery embolisation within the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Mark Little 10 Mar 2017
21 The mesentery: congenital and acquired disorders of a new organ The finding of the mesentery opens up a whole new area of science. The colorectal surgery team talk about the importance of the mesentery and the disorders associated with it. Pamela Sivathondan, Kalle Landerholm, Diederik Meylemans, Bruce George 24 Feb 2017
22 Creative Commons Human factors based investigation of serious surgical mishaps Professor Peter McCulloch and Dr Lauren Morgan talk about investigating serious surgical incidents and how human factors science can help us. Peter McCulloch, Lauren Morgan 13 Feb 2017
23 Creative Commons The challenge of aortic therapy: stimulus to break new paths Professor Sebastian Debus introduces the variety of projects in his Department of Vascular Medicine, discussing the challenge of aortic therapy and the search for new solutions. Sebastian Debus 13 Feb 2017
24 Flow disruptors for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms unsuitable for endosaccular coiling Professor Byrne showcases the work of the Oxford Neurovascular and Neuroradiology Research Unit. Professor James Byrne is Professor of Neuroradiology at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, Oxford University. James Byrne 10 Feb 2017
25 The impact of complications and errors on surgeons Mr Kevin Turner and Catherine Johnson talk about their national research study which aims to examine the nature of the impact that adverse events have on the professional and personal lives of surgeons. Kevin Turner, Catherine Johnson 31 Jan 2017
26 Bariatric surgery: new challenges Mr Bruno Sgromo talks about bariatric surgery (weight loss and metabolic surgery) and the new challenges that it brings to the bariatric team and the patient. Bruno Sgromo 30 Nov 2016
27 Ovarian metastases from gastrointestinal tract malignancy Mr Brendan Moran discusses cancer metastases to the ovary. Mr Moran is a general and colorectal surgeon at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Brendan Moran 18 Nov 2016
28 Dealing with major trauma in developing countries – 20 years on Dr Douglas Wilkinson talks about trauma demand, trauma courses in developing countries, and global health in the 21st Century. Douglas Wilkinson 15 Nov 2016
29 Creative Commons IDEAL and the FDA Regulation, Commissioning, HTA and Policy. Danica Marinac-Dabic 19 Sep 2016
30 Creative Commons The Montgomery ruling on consent: values and evidence in surgical care Professors Bill Fulford and Ashok Handa talk about values and values-based practice, and what this means in surgery. They then discuss the Montgomery Supreme Court ruling on consent and how this will change everyone’s practice. Bill Fulford, Ashok Handa 05 Sep 2016
31 Creative Commons Surgery for advanced rectal cancer – crossing the boundaries Mr Richard Guy and Mr Bobby Bloemendaal discuss surgery for advanced rectal cancer. Richard Guy, Bobby Bloemendaal 05 Sep 2016
32 Creative Commons Safer surgical services and human factors: two steps forward… Professor Peter McCulloch, Dr Lauren Morgan and Ms Lorna Flynn discuss patient safety and the work of the Quality, Reliability, Safety and Teamwork Unit (QRSTU). Peter McCulloch, Lauren Morgan, Lorna Flynn 05 Sep 2016
33 Creative Commons Rare events – unavoidable challenges and lessons to be learned Mr Radu Mihai and Dr Peter Hambly give a talk about rare/never events in surgery. Radu Mihai, Peter Hambly 05 Sep 2016
34 Creative Commons Non-technical skills for surgeons: a hard time for soft skills Professor George Youngson CBE discusses the non-technical skills (cognitive and social) that surgeons need in order to perform safely in the operating theatre. George Youngson 05 Sep 2016
35 Creative Commons Pre-hospital emergency medicine – recent developments and top tips for the first on scene Lt Col Ross Moy talks about the recent developments in pre-hospital emergency medicine and gives his top tips for the first on scene. Ross Moy 05 Sep 2016
36 Creative Commons Penicillin and the Legacy of Norman Heatley Dr Eric Sidebottom and Professor David Cranston talk about the story of penicillin and the legacy of Norman Heatley (1911 – 2004) who was a member of the team of Oxford University scientists who developed penicillin. Eric Sidebottom, David Cranston 01 Sep 2016
37 Creative Commons MiCollar novel iPhone application to analyse cervical spine motion restriction with different size and type of cervical orthoses Rose Ingleton 23 Aug 2016
38 Creative Commons Ethics of Surgical Innovation Explaining the views after being put into practice. Wendy Rogers 15 Aug 2016
39 Creative Commons Landscaping the future of coronary artery bypass graft surgery Mr George Krasopoulos talks about coronary artery bypass graft surgery and how we have improved over the years, and how the future is looking. George Krasopoulos 10 Aug 2016
40 Creative Commons Vascular trials, big data and dementia’ and ‘Community leg ulcer clinics and telemedicine Professor Alison Halliday presents ‘Vascular trials, big data and dementia’ and Professor Linda Hands presents ‘Community leg ulcer clinics and telemedicine’. Alison Halliday, Linda Hands 10 Aug 2016
41 Creative Commons Targeting the affective component of pain Professor Tipu Aziz and Dr Binith Cheeran talk about deep brain stimulation (DBS) for treating intractable pain syndromes. Tipu Aziz, Binith Cheeran 10 Aug 2016
42 Creative Commons Haemodynamic monitoring in the critically ill patient: current and evolving echo techniques Dr David Garry’s talk covers the theory underlying haemodynamic monitoring, how we have done it up to now and why echocardiography is a good way of doing it. David Garry 09 Aug 2016
43 Creative Commons Helping with breathing and eating – reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint Mr Nadeem Saeed talks about the temporomandibular joint, and about the reconstruction of that and why we reconstruct it. Nadeem Saeed 09 Aug 2016
44 Creative Commons HIV positive to positive transplantation: changing practices around the world Dr Elmi Muller talks about HIV positive donors for HIV positive recipients and changing transplant practices around the world. Elmi Muller 09 Aug 2016
45 Creative Commons Reflections on a retained swab Never Event in Churchill Theatres Dr Clare Dollery describes a retained swab Never Event that happened in the Churchill Hospital and reflects on how we respond and learn from it. Clare Dollery 09 Aug 2016
46 The merits of decision modelling in the IDEAL framework The case of innovative bilateral DIEP flap surgery. Janneke Grutters 03 Aug 2016
47 Creative Commons Surgical Trainee Research Collaboratives in the UK An observational analysis of research activity and output. Angelos Kolias 12 Jul 2016
48 Creative Commons Evaluation of HIFU ablation for uterine fibroids A multicenter IDEAL study. Joey Kwong 07 Jul 2016
49 Creative Commons Perioperative Outcomes, Health Care Costs and Survival After Robotic-assisted Versus Open Radical Cystectomy A national comparative effectiveness study Bilal Chughtai 06 Jul 2016
50 Creative Commons IDEAL Framework and Recommendations A template for device evaluation? Christopher Pennell 06 Jul 2016
51 Creative Commons Applying IDEAL Early stage surgical innovation of a novel bio-wrap-assisted vasectomy reversal technique. Ahmet Gudeloglu 06 Jul 2016
52 Creative Commons Small Simple Trials A Strategy to Study Rare Surgical Conditions. James Wright 06 Jul 2016
53 Creative Commons Pilot and feasibility studies Methodological advances in evaluation. Gillian Lancaster 06 Jul 2016
54 Creative Commons An innovative view on surgical research Evaluation surgical innovation of international examples Maroeska Rovers 06 Jul 2016
55 Creative Commons Advancing the cause of Research Registration First 500 Registrations of the ResearchRegistry.com. Riaz Agha 06 Jul 2016
56 Creative Commons Mind the Uncertainty Gap A comparative analysis of HTA of robotic surgery. Tammy Clifford 06 Jul 2016
57 Is Buxton's Law still true? Evaluating evolving surgical techniques within pilot and full RCTs IDEAL surgical innovation in practice. Jane Blazeby 27 Jun 2016
58 Creative Commons Transforming transplantation Organ preservation and reconditioning. Peter Friend 27 Jun 2016
59 Creative Commons Is more evidence always better? The value of adding decision analytical modelling to the IDEAL framework Casper Tax 27 Jun 2016
60 Creative Commons Progressing through IDEAL: When is the right time to move from observational to randomised studies? A case study of REBOA. Jan Jansen 27 Jun 2016
61 Creative Commons Reconstruction of bladder defects with amniotic membrane Step 1-2 of IDEAL recommendations of surgical innovation David Barski 27 Jun 2016
62 Creative Commons Using IDEAL within commissioning in the UK Regulation, Commissioning, HTA and Policy daphne austin 21 Jun 2016
63 Optimising recruitment and evaluation: Qualitative studies Methodological advances in evaluation Jenny Donovan 20 Jun 2016
64 Creative Commons Bringing evidence to the orthopaedic implant market We describe the challenges faced in the assessment of a novel surgical device, the X-Bolt, for the treatment of hip fractures from IDEAL stage 2a to 3. xavier griffin 20 Jun 2016
65 Creative Commons Regulation of medical devices The application of the IDEAL framework through regulation, commission and policy. Art Sedrakyan 07 Jun 2016
66 Creative Commons Developments in surgical innovation evaluation Evolving IDEAL Peter McCulloch 07 Jun 2016
67 Genomic revolution and its impact on prostate cancer care Professor Ash Tewari talks about the genomics of prostate cancer and the implications for managing high risk disease. Ash Tewari 05 Jan 2016