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Mr Naveen Cavale: Global Plastic Surgery In Gaza

17th Apr 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
17th Apr 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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UoN Plastics are excited and honoured to host a very special guest this evening: Mr Naveen Cavale! Join us to listen to Mr Cavale talk about his expertise in soft-tissue trauma reconstruction both in the UK and aboard where Mr Cavale works in Gaza.

Mr Naveen Cavale is one of the UK's leading plastic and reconstructive surgeons. He is an NHS Conaultant at King’s College Hospital and Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals, London. There he has a special interest in Isoft-tissue trauma reconstruction of the lower limb.

Mr Cavale is also known for his humanitarian work. He frequently visits Gaza to provide life-changing surgery to men, women and children affected by blast injuries and gunshots. He currently visits twice a year and previously one of his trips was turned into a documentary by the BBC.

Summary

Join a captivating talk by renowned plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Mr. Naveen Cavale, hosted by UoN Plastics. Gain valuable insights from his expertise in soft-tissue trauma reconstruction both in the UK and in crisis regions like Gaza. Known for his humanitarian work, Mr. Cavale frequently provides life-changing surgery to victims of blast injuries and gunshots. His profound experiences, which even inspired a BBC documentary, promise to provide meaningful educational value for attending medical professionals.
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Learning objectives

1. Understand the complexities and specific challenges of performing plastic surgery in conflict zones like Gaza. 2. Gain insight into Mr. Cavale’s innovative techniques for soft-tissue trauma reconstruction, particularly of the lower limb. 3. Explore the adaptations and considerations needed when delivering such complex surgical care in difficult and resource-constrained settings. 4. Learn about the impact of blast injuries and gunshots on the physical and mental wellbeing of individuals and the potential life-altering transformations that plastic and reconstructive surgery can offer. 5. Recognize the importance of humanitarian work in medical professions and the potential personal and professional rewards and challenges that come with it.
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17th Apr 2024
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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