Sydney Masonic Centre
Surgical Robotics + Innovation Summit 2022
Friday 17 - Saturday 18 June 2022
Established in 2017 as the Sydney Robotics Summit (SRS), this program has grown a reputation as the leading multidisciplinary and multi-specialty conference for robotic-assisted surgery in Australia, with over 1000 delegates from around Australia attending in the first two years.
With the implementation of innovative applications and devices in surgery, the SRS was expanded to include surgical innovation in 2021. We are excited, after hosting the program virtually for two years, to be hosting the first face-to-face Surgical Robotics + Innovation Summit (SRIS) on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June 2022 at the Sydney Masonic Centre.
This two-day program will include semi-live surgeries, plenary sessions, and several surgical specialty programs. The specialty programs include urology, colorectal, upper GI, cardiac, thoracic, head and neck, ENT, orthopaedics, benign gynaecology and gynae-oncology, and nursing.
Topics discussed will include surgical robotics, 3D printing, bioprinting, augmented and virtual reality, and immunofluorescence technology with presentations from some of Australia and the world’s leading surgeons and clinicians.
With an ever-changing surgical environment and the evolution of surgical robots, the SRIS program will include new innovative technologies and surgical robotic devices from around Australia and the world.
Hosted by the Sydney Local Health District’s Institute of Academic Surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the aim of the conference is to broaden delegates’ knowledge and experiences of the latest developments in robotic surgery. To facilitate this, we will be holding panel discussions, question and answer sessions, case reviews and specific surgical demonstrations.
Head and Neck / ENT Program Convener
Head and Neck / ENT Faculty
Head and Neck / ENT program
This program will deliver state-of-the-art lectures from local and international experts in 2 components - the first a subsite-based surgical review and the second focusing on quality control, audit, patient outcomes, and experiential learning. There will also be panel discussions and exciting Q&A sessions for robust discussion.
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Venue: Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC)
Functions & Conference Centre