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Surgical Training is delivered in a state of the art environment with World-class faculty


Bookings for Our Courses are via the Post graduate medical centre  (PGMC)



The mastery of surgical “craft” skills, in particular, demands lengthy exposure to operative training.  Consequently, there is a need to supplement surgical training to ensure the highest levels of competence are achieved by the next generation of Independent Practitioners.  Cadaveric laboratories provide, by far the best opportunity for training in a variety of surgical disciplines.  

This is particularly true with minimally invasive ‘keyhole’ surgery which invariably involves a long learning curve before the experience is gained. 

The opportunities afforded to surgical trainees by the cadaveric facility are invaluable, and allow Cambridge to offer high-quality and unrivalled training to future surgeons, cementing its reputation as a leading training centre in the UK.


Health Education England – East of England Office has provided funding for the surgical simulation programme.  The programme has been mapped to the intercollegiate surgical curriculum, with faculty from across the East of England facilitating the training for the regional core and higher surgical trainees.  A number of bespoke courses for trainees in plastic surgery, trauma and orthopaedics, spinal surgery and neurosurgery have also been mapped to core skills and aspects of the respective surgical curricula. These courses form a platform from which other courses in these domains will be created.

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Bookings for Our Courses are via the post graduate medical centre  (PGMC)

"Feedback from both faculty and candidates on courses run at the Evelyn Centre continues to be exceptionally high,  a good reflection of the dedicated team that run the centre.”

Mr Jonathan Morton FRCS Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Addenbrooke’s Hospital