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Craniofacial Conditions: Principles of Management
The aim of this webinar is to cover the common and some of the less common craniofacial conditions seen in practice. The main focus of the webinar will be to discuss the principals of management so that these can be applied to a variety of craniofacial scenarios the attendee is faced with. This will include the surgical and non-surgical management of the various conditions.

Attendees of this session will be able to:
1) identify the various craniofacial conditions, and
2) understand the principals of management from birth until maturity.

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Dec 10, 2021 01:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dr Tony Holmes
Plastic Surgeon @The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Tony Holmes is a Senior Plastic Surgeon at The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) and Clinical Professor, Department of Paediatrics, Melbourne University. Tony trained in both Australia and at Harvard Medical School. He studied under some of the giants of reconstructive surgery. His Plastic and Reconstructive training included working with Ian Taylor, renowned Australian microsurgical pioneer at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and, in the Boston Children’s Hospital, training under Professor Joseph E Murray, Nobel Laureate for his role in pioneering organ transplantation. During his nearly three years in the Harvard system, Tony also worked regularly with Paul Tessier, the French pioneer of the then new specialty of Craniofacial Surgery. Tony set up Victoria’s Melbourne Craniofacial Unit in 1979 and remained Head of Unit until 2009. This unit is the largest and busiest in Australia (and probably in the southern hemisphere), and is currently headed by Jonathan Burge.
Dr Jonathan Burge
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon @The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Jonathan trained as a plastic and reconstructive surgeon in New Zealand. He then went on to complete a further three years in craniofacial surgery plus head and neck subspecialty training. This included a year at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He then went on to complete five months of training in head and neck surgery in Cochin, Southern India. Jonathan was appointed as a full-time plastic and reconstructive surgeon at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne in July 2013 which is the busiest craniofacial unit in Australasia. In this position he is involved in research and the management of complex craniofacial and cleft cases. Jonathan is a senior lecturer at The University of Melbourne. He has a special interest in 3D computer modelling and imaging for planning surgery but also as a research and teaching tool.