Dear Members Welcome to our new website which has been re-designed to provide a more refined as well as modern look with improved site navigation.Through our new website the BHS will continue to provide the latest information on hernia care both for our members and particularly patients. If you have a hernia related issue, we encourage you to use our website to try and find an answer or an opportunity to ask for help by contacting the BHS. The BHS remains open to any questions on hernia related issues, which we endeavour to answer as best as possible although, we
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Welcome to the website of The British Hernia Society
The British Hernia Society provides leadership with regard to hernia surgery both nationally and internationally. We are involved with training, keeping surgeons up to date with latest hernia guidelines, and the development of robust outcome assessment for hernia surgery .We also aim to act as an authoritative unbiased resource of hernia information for surgeons, GPs, other healthcare professionals and patients. If there is any hernia related information that you cannot find on the site please contact us.
Registry subcommittee The BHS Registry sub-committee (RSC) was formed in Jan 2020 as an operational group to develop the new BHS Registry. This exciting, ground-breaking project for the British Hernia Society will steer the course of product development in the years to come and ensure patient safety is at the top of industry’s agenda. The
CAWR Pathway optimisation to reduce the NHS financial burden Getting it right first time (GIRFT) is a national program designed to improve the quality of care within the NHS by reducing unwarranted variation. Recent focus has highlighted the economic burden of incisional hernias (IH) leading to the more complex abdominal wall repair (CAWR). The NHS
We have now concluded our 8 episodes Hernia Masterclass Webinar series. This was brought to you by BHS in partnership with The RCSEd Surgical Specialty Board (SSB) in General Surgery.This series was well attended with over 400 participants from all over the world for each webinar. The feedback we have received are mostly encouraging. We
The BHS Registry sub-committee was formed as an operational group to develop the new BHS Registry. This project for theBHS will steer the course of product development in the years to come.
The AWR Subcommittee recognise the rapid and widespread developments in hernia management in the last decade. We aim to support specialists units to provide more complex repairs.
Education & Training
The BHS Education sub committee aim to establish the current educational activity in hernia surgery in the UK. We aim to establish a network in hernia surgery education and to develop programs of education.