Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS)

Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS), aims:

  • To foster and promote surgical education in specialisations related to plastics and reconstructive surgery for medical students at the Anglia Ruskin University with the development of the following 9 surgical competencies: technical expertise, medical expertise, clinical decision making, communication, collaboration, management and leadership, health advocacy, teaching, professionalism and ethics.
  • To promote and encourage communication between students and surgeons, with an emphasis on the establishment of educational exchange and mentorship
  • To provide educational and research opportunities for students in such forums.
  • To provide opportunities for interaction between students interested in plastic surgery.
  • To facilitate surgical exposure and education.
  • To promote interest in surgical careers related to plastics and reconstructive surgeries.
  • To edge and enhance skills required for plastic surgeons of tomorrow.
  • To craft a school of thought in plastic surgery.
  • To promote the art of plastic surgery.

Memberships

  • Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS) Standard Membership£3.60
  • Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS) - Chelmsford - 1st Year Free Membership£0.00

Products and Merch

  • Surgical Portfolio Talk Thu 8 Feb 2024 - Members£0.00

Society Committee

Campaigns Officer

Communication Officer

Events Officer

First Year Rep

President

Secretary

Social Media Rep.

Treasurer

Vice President

Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS)

Plastics and Reconstructive Surgical Society (PRSS), aims:

  • To foster and promote surgical education in specialisations related to plastics and reconstructive surgery for medical students at the Anglia Ruskin University with the development of the following 9 surgical competencies: technical expertise, medical expertise, clinical decision making, communication, collaboration, management and leadership, health advocacy, teaching, professionalism and ethics.
  • To promote and encourage communication between students and surgeons, with an emphasis on the establishment of educational exchange and mentorship
  • To provide educational and research opportunities for students in such forums.
  • To provide opportunities for interaction between students interested in plastic surgery.
  • To facilitate surgical exposure and education.
  • To promote interest in surgical careers related to plastics and reconstructive surgeries.
  • To edge and enhance skills required for plastic surgeons of tomorrow.
  • To craft a school of thought in plastic surgery.
  • To promote the art of plastic surgery.

Upcoming Events

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