Body Orientation

In the last blog piece we became masters of body axes, and in this one we are going to become more familiar with describing how different parts of the body are organised in relation to one another. Why do we […]

Body Axes & Anatomy

Anatomy is a big part of medicine, fundamental in our understanding of how the body functions and crucial to allowing us to have an in-depth knowledge of why some conditions present in the ways that they do. As you get […]

Behind the Speakers

On 5th November Scalpel will host its eighth annual undergraduate surgical conference, continuing a string of successful conferences since 2009 featuring exciting workshops and lectures. This year our conference sees our theme shift to global surgery as we invite Steve […]