Cadaver Masterclass for Facial Injectables
Friday 15th 9am - 5pm & Saturday 16th May 9am - 4pm | University of Malta (Faculty of Medicine & Surgery)
The University of Malta has a long history within the medical sector.
We will have access to all areas within the Anatomy Department at the University, this includes a lecture hall, a histology demonstration lab equipped with audiovisual equipment, a dissection hall, living anatomy demonstration rooms and an Anatomy Museum.
Medical education in the Maltese Islands can be dated back to the establishment of the first School of Anatomy and Surgery in Malta by Grandmaster Nicholas Cottoner in 1676 and further strengthened by the foundation of the Collegio Medico by Grandmaster Pinto in 1771 when a formal Faculty of Medicine and Surgery within a University structure was instituted.
The Faculty of Medicine & Surgery has strived throughout the decades of the later 19th and 20th century to keep in touch with the changes occurring in medical education on the European arena, particularly with those occurring in the United Kingdom.
When & Where
- Location: University of Malta (Faculty of Medicine and Surgery), Msida, MSD 2080
- Dates & Times: Friday 15th May 2020 9am to 5pm | Saturday 16th May 2020 9am to 4pm
- Fee: €2400 +VAT
Who Should Attend this Course?
This course is open to doctors, dentists and nurses. You must be GMC, GDC and NMC registered professional.
Registration will be reviewed according to the legislature of the country where the delegate has a licence to practice.
Please note a basic understanding of facial anatomy is preferable.