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Welcome to BFIRST – British Foundation for International Reconstructive Surgery & Training

BFIRST is a UK registered charity which trains surgeons working in the poorest countries in the world to enable them to undertake reconstructive Plastic Surgery, releasing children and adults from the state of poverty and destitution associated with disability and deformity.

BFIRST Webinars

BFIRST have hosted a number of webinars in recent months, both independently and in collaboration with the British Society for Surgery of the Hand, the British Burn Association and many more global surgery partners. To view a full list of recordings and information regarding upcoming events please click here.

Upcoming Webinars:

1 October 2021 – Burns: From Rehabilitation to Reintegration



BFIRST is still looking to expand on its educational webinar capacity during the COVID pandemic, we are therefore keen to advertise freely available educational opportunities from other organisations. Of note, the Pulvertaft Hand Centre continues to run a successful webinar series with topics including the conservative management of hand fractures and Wide Awake Local Anaesthesia No Tourniquet (WALANT) which may both be relevant to Reconstructive Surgeons around the world, especially during the COVID Pandemic. These webinars can be accessed here.

Oxford 100 bike ride

  Unfortunately, The Oxford 100 bike ride has been postponed until summer 2022. _______________ Last…

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Get your BFIRST surgical cap!

We are delighted to announce the launch of BFIRST custom scrub hats. Show your support…

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Have caffeine free morning for charity!

What better way to celebrate than raising funds for our global work that is progressing…

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Congenital Hand Surgery Symposium

Global challenges and improving outcomes in limited resource settings 26 September 2020, 13:00-16:00 (UK time)…

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