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Surgeons' Day Conference
When: Saturday 27 January 2018
Where: CMF, Johnson House, London SE1 1HL
Time: 09:30 to 17:00
Hosted by: CMF
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The Surgeons' Day Conference is back for 2018, we are very excited and hope you can join us! This is a unique opportunity for Christian surgeons of all levels and specialties to meet together.
The aim of the conference is to explore varied aspects of a surgical career and consider how to do so with a 'kingdom living' perspective. Through a range of talks and informal discussions we will consider these issues together.
There will be time to break into regional and specialty-specific groups in order to meet and encourage one another. Let's seek to faithfully serve the master and truly 'live life in all its fullness'.
This year's conference has been organised by the Oxford group of surgeons.
09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Welcome and introduction
10:10 Bible reading
10:40 The busy surgeon: life in all its fullness or just a very full life?
11:10 The ambitious surgeon: what does Godly drive look like?
11:30 Coffee and regional link up
11:50 The reflective surgeon: dealing with complications in a Godly manner
12:20 Helping surgeons when things go wrong
12:40 The just surgeon: balancing diplomacy with justice
14:00 CMF update
14:20 The worshipping surgeon: the challenge of remaining fully engaged with the local church
Kevin and Katie Turner
14:50 The mentor surgeon: how to bring out the best in your trainees
15:10 Coffee and specialty link up
15:40 Panel discussion
16:30 Prayer and small group reflection
17:00 Summary and closing remarks
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Oxford
CT2 in Orthopaedics, Oxford
Professor of Urology, Oxford
Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Oxford
ST4 in Colorectal, London
SpR in Urology, Oxford
Retired ENT Consultant, Oxford
Professor of Paediatric Surgery, Oxford
The Very Reverend Bob Key
Member of the Archbishops' Evangelism Task Group
Professor of Orthopaedic and Tropical Surgery, Oxford
Final year medical student, London
Kevin and Katie Turner
Kevin is a Consultant Urologist and Katie is a part-time teacher, Bournemouth
CMF Head of Graduate Ministries and a GP