At the heart of Surgical-Art is our belief in collaboration and partnerships to enhance the learning experience for our delegates.  Alongside collaborating with different surgical disciplines we work with the following organisations:


Surgical-Art partner with BAPRAS in the delivery of the Fundamental Skills in Plastic Surgery Course and continue to explore future collaborations with them



In the delivery of Artistic Perspectives for a facial clinical practice  we work in partnership with FaceLab, part of the School of Art & Design at Liverpool John Moores University (who conduct research into the digital creative agenda, with a focus on forensic anthropology).   Our commitment to education is reciprocated through the provision of observational places on courses for MA students undertaking the Universities MA Art & Science


Spotlight School of Speech & Drama work with us to bring a unique perspective to exam and interview preparation, incorporating verbal and non-verbal communication skills through acting and public speaking techniques.  This partnership underpins our Performing for the FRCS and Performing for the ST3 interview in Plastic Surgery courses



Surgical-Art has shared it’s training and innovation resources with Health Education Englang, North West for OSCE training and assessment sessions of plastic surgery trainees


Surgical-Art has partnered with REACHE North West to provide training opportunities refugee and asylum seeking health care professionals