We are pleased to announce the launch of our society mentorship program.
The aim is to extend the exposure of junior HBP surgeons for various types of advanced HBP operations which are not available in their own hospitals e.g. liver transplant, laparoscopic hepatectomy, robotic HBP surgery etc. This can enhance the knowledge and skills of junior HBP surgeons and reduce the need of overseas attachment for similar purpose.
Hospital in the program will provide a list of mentors for the intended specific HBP operation with specified period of program. The mentor will make arrangement for observation of the intended HBP operation like permission to enter to operation theatre. Additional activities like observation of per-operative management program and postoperative visit may be arranged as per mentor’s discretion.
Now our society would open the application for the program with details as below.
A. Hospital: QMH / Mentor: Prof. TT Cheung / Intended operation: Laparoscopic liver resection / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
B. Hospital: QMH / Mentor :Prof. Albert Chan / Intended operation: ALPPS / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
C. Hospital: PYNEH / Mentor: Dr. CN Tang / Intended operation: Robotic Whipple / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
D. Hospital: PWH / Mentor: Dr. KF Lee / Intended operation: Robotic distal pancreatectomy / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
E. Hospital: PWH / Mentor: Prof. Kelvin Ng / Intended operation: Vascular resection in Whipple operation / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
F. Hospital: KWH / Mentor: DR. KC Cheng / Intended operation: Lap Glissonian approach for liver resection / Period : July-Dec 2021 / No. of mentees: 2
Interested members please submit the completed application form and supporting documents (if any) via email email@example.com on or before 31 May 2021.
An acknowledgement email will be sent to the applicant after received. If applicant does not receive the email by 15 June 2021, please contact me by phone or email. Late application may only be considered on space-available basis and a case-by-case. Thank you.
On behalf of
Dr Carmen Ho