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IAPS Virtual Summer Meeting 2021 - Watch LIVE on June 11

Videos Now Available – IAPS Virtual Summer Meeting

The IAPS Summer Meeting was streamed live on Friday 11th June.    All talks were recorded and are now available to watch again on-demand.   Simply register below and a link will be sent to you right away.

The topic of this year’s meeting is Facial Palsy and Facial Aesthetic Surgery

Catch-up and Watch again:

  • Watch anytime, from anywhere.
  • Soak in the knowledge & learn from our expert panel of speakers
  • Watch recorded sessions. You will have access to the video on demand archive for 3 months after the meeting


Tickets are free of charge but attendance is limited to IAPS members, medical professionals and trainees only. Register below and the live stream link and video archive will be emailed to you straight away.




Confirmed Speakers include

  • Addie Grobbelaar (London, UK) – Microneurovascular Reanimation
  • Omar Ahmed (Newcastle, UK) – Lengthening Temporalis Myoplasty
  • Brian Kneafsey (Dublin) – Static Procedures in Facial Palsy
  • Tim Fulcher (Dublin) – The Eye in Facial Palsy
  • Greg Borschel (Canada) – Management of Paediatric Facial Palsy
  • Margaret O’Donnell (Dublin) – Certification in Aesthetic Surgery and New Intercollegiate Certification Process
  • Eoin O’Broin – Rhinoplasty
  • Fiachra Martin – Nerve Transfers in Facial Paralysis
  • Nora Nugent – Assessment and Decision Making in Patients Seeking Aesthetic Surgery
  • Richard Caeser – “Blepharoplasty, Browlift and Peri-orbital Rejuvenation.” (Cheltenham, UK) “


Free Papers include

  • Paper 1: “Mirror Face Lift”: Concept, Description, and Evaluation 1 Year Postoperatively
    Ebaa Sabri, Dr. Marc Divaris
  • Paper 2: The Trap Door Flap for Reconstruction of Auricular Defects: Largest Case Series from a Single Institution
    Daniah ALNafisee, Maire-Caitlin Casey, Rachel Enright, Niall McInerney, PJ Regan
  • Paper 3: Are Plastic Surgery Trainees Accurate Assessors of their own Microsurgical Skill?
    Anna Kinsella, S Carr, B Reid McDermott, D Byrne, S Potter, A Hussey
  • Paper 4: A disparity between the number of lymph node dissections performed in the current era and plastic surgical training requirements in the Republic of Ireland
    Jordan Wilkinson, Suzanne M Beecher, Gerard Kelly, Maire Caitlin Casey, Quentin Jeantet, Jordan E Wilkinson, Jack FC Woods, Kevin C Cahill.
  • Paper 5: Predicting Elderly Burns one-year survival rate in Ireland – the incorporation of the Frailty score and future direction
    Josh Skeens, A Rahman, SM Bollard, TC Chen, T Cronin, JFC Woods, OP Shelley
  • Paper 6: The Role of Steroid Injections in Carpometacarpal Joint Arthritis
    Stephanie Marie Bollard, Mary Naughton, Richard P Hanson
  • Paper 7: Central Slip Extensor Tendon Injuries : To K–Wire or Not to K–Wire?
    P.J. O’Donoghue, S.Carr, B O’Ceallaigh, E.Siney, N.McInerney, A.Hussey, P.Regan, D.Jones, JL Kelly
  • Paper 8: The TORCh Pilot Study: TOxin for Treating Raynaud’s Conditions in Hands
    Kealan Blake, Dr Conor Cuggy, Dr Ellen Geary, Dr Carl Orr, Prof Sean Carroll, Ms Catriona Lawlor, Mr Colin Morrison, Ms Roisin Dolan
  • Paper 9: Pilot study: Examining the feasibility, of our proposed study, where we aim to determine the true incidence of amelanotic melanoma in an Irish population.
    Dr Darren Mc Cormack, Dr Natasha Christodoulides, Dr David Buckley, Mr Jamie Martin- Smith
  • Paper 10: Impact of British Association of Dermatologists guidelines cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) 2020 on the risk stratification and surgical management of cSCC.
    Dr Aisling Ryan, Dr Angela Canas-Martinez, Mr Fiachra Martin
  • Paper 11: High Frequency Electroporation and Chemotherapy for the treatment of Cutaneous Malignancies; Evaluation of Early Clinical Utility and Response
    Phoebe Lyons, A James P Clover, D Polini, A Bracken, P Forde
  • Paper 12: Effect Of A See And Treat Clinic On Skin Cancer Treatment Time
    Katie Nolan, Kelsey O Donnell, Stephanie M Bollard, Cathy M Kelly, Fergal J Moloney, Shirley Potter
  • Paper 13: Flap reconstruction of perineal defects post-abdominoperineal resection
    Aoife Gaffney, Prof Paul McCormick
  • Paper 14: Postoperative Outcomes in Head and Neck Oncology Patients aged over 65 undergoing Free and Pedicled Flap Reconstruction
    Rachel Enright, E. Lait, E. Devoy Flood, N. Shine, J.P. O’Neill, B. O’Sullivan, F. Martin
  • Paper 15: Perineal Reconstruction Following Oncological Extended Rectal Surgery: The Role of the Inferior Gluteal Artery Myocutaneous Flap
    Jessica O’Reilly, Stephanie Bollard, Ann Brannigan, Jurgen Mulsow, Christine Quinlan, Shirley Potter
  • Paper 16: Investigation of the usefulness of the POSSUM score as a predictor of morbidity and mortality in microvascular head and neck reconstruction following oncological resection.
    Sharon Kennedy, Gary Fenn, Barry J. O’Sullivan, Fiachra Martin


Poster Presentations Include

  • An Investigation of the relationship between the 2D:4D Ratio and Sagittal Craniosynostosis
    Finola O’Sullivan, SM Bollard, GP O’Sullivan, P Coffey, S Bracken, DJ Murray
    National Paediatric Craniofacial Centre, Children’s Health Ireland at Temple Street, Dublin 1
  • A year of Microbiology in a National Burns Unit during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Donal Murphy, Paula Wrafter, Jane Cassidy, Odhran Shelley
    National Burns Unit St James Hospital
  • Public Perception on Elective Surgical Funding
    Nauar Knightly, Ciaran Hurley, Jack Kelly
    University Hospital Galway
  • Novel Steroid Infiltration Technique of the Carpal Tunnel
    Nauar Knightly, Laura Finnegan, Tayyab Qayyum, Jack Kelly
    University Hospital Galway
  • The role of simulation in Microsurgical training: A review of validated assessment tools
    Robert Milling, Shirley Potter, Christine Quinlan
    Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
  • Role of synthetic dermal matrix for reconstruction of complex ‘un-graftable’ wound defects
    Elizabeth Concannon, Lindsay Damkat Thomas, Nicholas Solanki, Marcus Wagstaff, John Greenwood
    Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Biodegradable temporising matrix (BTM) for the reconstruction of defects following debridement for necrotising fasciitis and full thickness burns: a case series
    Ailbhe Coyle, Safwat Ibrahim, Barry O’Sullivan
    Department of Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 8, Ireland
  • Improving Medical Student Engagement with Plastic Surgery: The Benefit of a Structured Curriculum
    Stephanie Marie Bollard, Mary Ellen McMahon, Laoise Coady, Christine S Quinlan, Shirley M Potter
    1. Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
    2. School of Medicine, University College Dublin
  • The Management of Melanoma during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Single Institutional Experience
    Ciaran Hurley, A. Dhannoon, L. Wrafter, N. Knightly, T. Balakrishnan, N. McInerney, A. Hussey, D. Jones, JL Kelly, PJ Regan
    Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University Hospital Galway, Newcastle Rd, Co. Galway
  • Current breast implant selection preference amongst Irish breast and plastic surgeons in relation to breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma
    Ailbhe Coyle, Shane Carr, Jamie Martin-Smith, Brian Kneafsey
    Department Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 8, Ireland

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Tickets are free of charge but attendance is limited to IAPS members, medical professionals and trainees only. Register below and the live stream link and video archive will be emailed to you right away.