A Society For Students
By Students

“It is the surgeon’s duty to tranquillize the temper, to beget cheerfulness, and to impart confidence of recovery.”

 – Sir Astley Paston Cooper

TSSS is a student society focused on the promotion of surgical skills amongst medical students of the University of Pretoria.

Any medical student currently registered at the university can become a member. The society will be organising skills workshops, on topics such as suturing and radiography. There will also be lecture series given by prominent surgeons and other forms of educational experiences.

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01. Advance

Advance the science and art of surgery

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02. Maintain

Maintain the honour and interests of the surgical profession

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03. Opportunities

Provide adequate opportunities for medical students to be exposed to the surgical field

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04. Develop

Promote the development of the skills necessary for advancing the techniques and abilities of surgeons at an undergraduate level

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05. Promote

Promote a high standard of surgical care

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06. Liase

Liaise with other surgical society’s country wide and eventually worldwide to create global exchange opportunities

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07. Mentorship

Establish a mentorship programme between medical students interested in the field of surgery as well as between those students, surgical students and identified, mentoring surgeons willing to teach and mentor

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08. Research

Conduct and partake in research for the advancement of surgery in Africa

Lecture Series and Workshops

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