Innovations in Breast Surgery Reducing Complications and Improving Patient Outcomes

The Smith + Nephew Webinar brings together surgeons and oncologists to provide education on Breast Surgery: Challenges, Innovation and Clinical Evidence.  The theme is Innovations in Breast Surgery Reducing Complications and Improving Patient Outcomes

This informative two-part webinar will look at:

+Innovative technology in breast oncoplastic and reconstructive surgery

+Challenges in breast surgery

+Clinical evidence using sNPWT in breast reconstruction surgery

Participant Profile:

Surgeons and clinical nurse specialists with an interest in managing wound complications after oncology/breast surgery

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Assoc. Prof Sanjay Warrier


Chris O'Brien Lifehouse

Immediate Past President BreastSurgANZ

Sanjay is a dedicated and compassionate Consultant Breast surgeon who specialises in Oncoplastic Surgery at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals. He is also a Visiting Medical Officer at BreastScreen NSW. Sanjay is the immediate past President of Breast Surgeons of Australia New Zealand (BreastSurgANZ) and an Associate Professor of the University of Sydney with the Royal Prince Alfred Academic Institute. He is lead researcher at the Institute with goals of developing and creating a culture of academia within the Breast Department.

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Mr John Murphy


Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, Manchester, UK

Mr. Murphy graduated from the University of Liverpool Medical School in 2000, commencing his career in Surgery in 2001 and has worked in Breast Surgery since 2003. He is an NHS Consultant Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgeon, working at the Nightingale Breast Centre, Manchester University Hospital NHS Trusts, one of the largest Specialist Breast Units in Europe (treating over 1250 cancers per annum). During his training, he completed prestigious National Fellowships in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Cosmetic Reconstructive Surgery as well as completing a period of research culminating in the award of a PhD. During his training he has authored numerous high impact research papers and presented his work at many national and international conferences. His specialist area is breast cancer surgery, breast reconstruction and aesthetic breast surgery focussing on surgical excellence, improving outcomes in breast surgery as well as innovations in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery. He is also actively involved in the training and teaching of medical students as well as trainee breast and plastic surgeons. He is a tutor on the Masters in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Course, as well as several practical courses run by the Royal College of Surgeons of England on topics such as Pre-pectoral Breast Reconstruction and partial Breast Reconstruction using local perforator flaps. He has been an invited speaker on many National and International conferences and has published over 100 articles during his career as well as book chapters. He also regularly reviews articles for well-respected journals in the fields of Breast oncoplastic and plastic Surgery. Within his role at the Nightingale Centre, he also actively recruits patients for National and International multicentre studies collaborating with colleagues to further improve outcome in Breast patients. He is also a principle Investigator in Local and Multicentre studies on a variety of subjects within the field. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family, going to the gym as well as jogging regularly and watching the local football teams. He is always willing to engage, discuss new ideas and possible collaborations to further enhance patient outcomes in the future.

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