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Brachial plexus birth palsy
This webinar delivered by Dr Isaac Harvey will provide an overview of Brachial plexus birth palsy.

By the end of the webinar, participants should:

1. Understand why brachial plexus birth palsy is a controversial surgical topic
2. Describe a method of assessment and patient selection for Paediatric Brachial Plexus reconstruction
3. Describe how paediatric reconstruction differs from adult brachial plexus reconstruction

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Aug 31, 2021 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dr Isaac Harvey
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon @Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide, Australia
Dr Isaac Harvey is a fully trained and qualified Plastic Surgeon. He completed his medical degree at the Flinders University South Australia in 2001 following on from a Science degree at the University of Western Australia in Anatomy and Physiology. He Trained in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery in Adelaide Australia completing his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Plastic Surgery) in 2010. Dr Harvey has particular interests in hand surgery, skin cancer surgery and paediatric plastic surgery including facial palsy, brachial plexus, ear reconstruction, congenital hand surgery and vascular anomalies. Dr Harvey has presented his research at national and international meetings including winning prizes for best paper at the combined American association of peripheral nerve/microsurgery and hand surgery meeting in 2011.
Collette Massy-Westropp
Medical Intern @Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, Australia
Collette is currently an intern at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, the largest tertiary hospital in South Australia. She attended medical school at the University of Adelaide, where she enjoyed clinical rotations in both metropolitan and rural hospitals. Prior to graduating in 2020, she worked as a research assistant and tutor at the Washington University in St Louis, USA, where she was born. My goal is to undertake surgical training and to eventually experience working as a doctor in a variety of hospitals, both overseas and in Australia.