Jon Hall

  • Webinar recorded on Tue 17th October, 2017
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Surgical Wounds and Reconstruction by Jon Hall. The second webinar in the series will explore when to consider surgical closure of a traumatic wound and the appropriate timing of intervention. It will consider the question of when a wound becomes surgical and then explore options for surgical reconstruction of both open wounds and elective oncological resections, reviewing the anatomy of the skin to better understand skin flaps and grafts. Various examples will be used to illustrate the practical use and some complications of these techniques.

Jon qualified from Cambridge in 2004 and then spent 5 years in small animal general practice. He spent a year at the RVC completing a small animal rotating internship, and then several months working for Vets Now. He returned to Cambridge for a surgery residency, and became an ECVS diploma holder in small animal surgery in 2015. He has since worked as an affiliated lecturer in soft tissue at Cambridge and will soon start as Senior Lecturer in soft tissue surgery at the University of Edinburgh.

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