We are delighted to announce the 49th Annual Meeting of the Viking Surgeons Association. This year we will be on the Island of Skye, a little later than usual, in November.
For those arriving on Wednesday 2nd, a golf competition is planned, followed by a meet and greet at the Hebridean Hotel, Broadford.
The main academic programme is on Thursday 3rd November, and will also be available as a Webinar if you are unable to attend in person this year. Once again we are grateful to the FRRHH at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh for making this possible. We have a great line up of speakers on a huge variety of topics.
The traditional Vikings Dinner is planned for Thursday Evening at the Broadford Hotel.
The academic programme continues on Friday morning, and a small excursion is planned for the afternoon.
A full provisional programme is available here
Attending In Person:
Venue: An Crùbh - Cafe, shop and venue in Sleat, Isle of Skye (ancrubh.com)
Delegates: £260 for conference, £40 pp for Annual Dinner
Retired Viking Surgeons: £60 for conference, £40 for Annual Dinner
Trainees: £60 for conference, £40 for Annual Dinner
Students Conference: free £20 for Annual Dinner
Further enquiries or booking: firstname.lastname@example.org
For booking, please state delegate/retired/trainee/student, whether you are attending dinner on the Thursday evening alone or with a partner.
Payment will be by bank transfer
We have negotiated reduced rates at the Broadford Hotel and Hebridean Hotel for the conference - please book directly with the hotel, mentioning the Viking Surgeons Conference.
Other accommodation is also available in the area:
If you are unable to join us in person, the Academic programme on the Thursday will be available by Webinar, run by the FRRHH, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. As before, there is no fee.
Details and links will be available soon from the RCSEd Website or with a further post on this website. You will not be able to join the AGM, however, or the programme on Friday, although there may be a zoom link available for the session on Rural Workforce Planning in Scotland.