Evaluating outcomes of Implant-based breast reconstruction
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  Published Abstracts

  

The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. Exploring the potential of using the trainee collaborative model to deliver high-quality, large-scale prospective multicentre studies in reconstructive breast surgery: The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) study. British Journal of Surgery 2015: 102(S7) 39

 

The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK:  Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. British Journal of Surgery 2015: 102(S7) 39

 

The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK:  Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. European Journal of Surgical Oncology (EJSO) 2015: 41(6) S22 doi:10.1016/j.ejso.2015.03.018

 

The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. Exploring the potential of using the trainee collaborative model to deliver high-quality, large-scale prospective multicentre studies in reconstructive breast surgery: The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) study European Journal of Surgical Oncology (EJSO) 2015: 41(6) S32 doi:10.1016/j.ejso.2015.03.052

 

The iBRA Research Collaborative. The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation study): A prospective multicentre cohort study to inform the feasibility and conduct of a pragmatic randomised clinical trial comparing new techniques of implant-based breast reconstruction. British Journal of Surgery 2015: 102 (S5) p25 

 

The iBRA Research Collaborative Variation in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction: early results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. British Journal of Surgery 2015: 102 (S5) p23

 

Potter S, Holcombe C, Mylvaganam S, Thrush S, Whisker L, Skillman J on behalf of the National Trainee Research Collaborative. 442. The iBRA Study: A national multicentre audit of the practice and outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction European Journal of Surgical Oncology (EJSO) 2014: 40(11) S168-9 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejso.2014.08.431

  

Potter S, Holcombe C, Mylvaganam S, Thrush S, Whisker L, Skillman J on behalf of the National Trainee Research Collaborative. The iBRA study: A national multicentre audit of the outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction with and without lower pole support. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (JPRAS) 2014; 67(10) 1467-8 doi:10.1016/j.bjps.2014.08.041

 

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  National and International Oral Presentations

 


Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK: Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. Association of Breast Surgery Annual Meeting, Bournemouth, 15-16th June 2015.

 

 

Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK: Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative.  International Surgical Congress of the ASGBI, Manchester, 23rd April, 2015 


Exploring the potential of using the trainee collaborative model to deliver high-quality, large-scale prospective multicentre studies in reconstructive breast surgery:The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) study. The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative.  International Surgical Congress of the ASGBI, Manchester, 23rd April, 2015 

 

The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation study): A prospective multicentre cohort study to inform the feasibility and conduct of a pragmatic randomised clinical trial comparing new techniques of implant-based breast reconstruction The iBRA Research Collaborative, SARS, University of Durham, 7-8th January, 2015 *Winner of the Royal Society of Medicine Future Projects 1st Prize*

  

Variation in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction: early results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. The iBRA Research Collaborative, SARS, University of Durham, 7-8th January, 2015

  

The iBRA study: A national multicentre audit of the practice and outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction. The iBRA Research Collaborative. National Research Collaborative Meeting, Cardiff, 5th December 2014

  

The iBRA study: A national multicentre audit of the outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction with and without lower pole support. S Potter, C Holcombe, S Mylvaganam, S Thrush, L Whisker, J Skillman on behalf of the National Trainee Research Collaborative. 12th European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Quadrennial Meeting, 6th-11th July, 2014

  

The iBRA study: A national multicentre audit of the outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction with and without lower pole support. S Potter on behalf of the National Trainee Research Collaborative. Association of Surgeons in Training Conference, Belfast, 28th-30th March 2014

 

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   Poster presentations

The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) Study: A prospective multicentre cohort study to inform the feasibility, design and conduct of a pragmatic randomised clinical trial comparing new approaches to implant-based breast reconstruction.  The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. 3rd International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference 16-17th November, 2015

 

Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK: Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative.  International Surgical Congress of the ASGBI, Manchester, 23rd April, 2015 
 
Exploring the potential of using the trainee collaborative model to deliver high-quality, large-scale prospective multicentre studies in reconstructive breast surgery:The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) study. The Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative.  International Surgical Congress of the ASGBI, Manchester, 23rd April, 2015
 
Exploring variations in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK: Initial results from the iBRA National Practice Questionnaire. Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative, ASiT Conference, Glasgow, 27th Feb – 1st Mar 2015 
 
Exploring the potential of using the trainee collaborative model to deliver high-quality, large-scale prospective multicentre studies in reconstructive breast surgery: The iBRA (implant Breast Reconstruction evAluation) study  Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative, ASiT Conference, Glasgow, 27th Feb – 1st March 2015 
 

Variation in the provision and practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK: early results from the iBRA National Practice Survey. S Potter, O Branford, N Barnes, C Holcombe on behalf of the iBRA Research Collaborative. BAPRAS Winter Scientific Meeting, London, 26-28th November, 2014

  

The iBRA Study: A national multicentre audit of the practice and outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction. S Potter, C Holcombe, S Mylvaganam, S Thrush, L Whisker, J Skillman on behalf of the National Trainee Research Collaborative. ESSO 34 – BASO 2014, Liverpool, 29th-31st October, 2014 

 

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