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The Reconstructive Microsurgery European School (RMES) is a state-of the art learning facility, designed and commissioned to meet the needs of the modern healthcare professional and provide excellence as a facility for advanced microsurgical training.
The aim of this school is teaching the skills required to perform microsurgery required in a variety specialities including plastic surgery.
This school focuses on training students to acquire a higher level of basic skills in a microsurgery by means of intense laboratory practice and will help the student to make a decision about their surgical specialty since microsurgery is a surgical skill that relates to many surgical fields.
Our school programmes provide hands-on experience, performing experimental microsurgical procedures under the direct supervision of the instructor. Students will also participate in the design and performance of scientific experiments. In addition, they will perform post-operative care of relevant animal models and participate in data analysis and interpretation. Students will be encouraged to submit it for a publication in a peer-reviewed journal.