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Considerations for Optimizing Surgical Outcomes for CAWR Procedures: Patient Characteristics, Biomaterials and New Data

Date/Time: June 9th, 5am EDT/ 7pm AEST

Join us for a live clinical discussion on emerging trends in abdominal wall reconstruction, featuring new data and clinical outcomes with absorbable biomaterials. Understand how patient characteristics and key factors can help support clinical needs and avoiding the vicious cycle of recurrent hernias.


A/Prof Kellee Slater, MBBS (Hons), FACS, FRACS
Hepato-Biliary and General Surgeon
Brisbane QLD, Australia


Associate Professor Kellee Slater is a general surgeon at The Princess Alexandra Hospital and Greenslopes Private Hospital. She is a Hepatobiliary specialist and is a member of the Queensland Liver Transplant Service. Her other special interest is abdominal wall reconstruction and maintains a prospective database of over 500 cases of complex incisional hernia repair. She teaches techniques of hernia repair across Australia and lectures across the world.  Kellee trained in Queensland and did her Solid Organ Transplantation Fellowship in Colorado, in the United States. From 2017-2019 she was the Chair of the Australian Board in General Surgery responsible for training of General surgeons in Australia. She is a Board Member of General Surgeons Australia. In 2014 Kellee released her first book called “How to Do A Liver Transplant – stories of my surgical life” and was the winner of Queensland Book of the Year


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May 12, 2020

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