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Council of Management

The Council of Management has ultimate responsibility for running the BJS Society, ensuring all activities align with its vision, mission and values.

The Council can have up to 30 members and is made up of a highly qualified team of Directors and Trustees, who work strategically to support the continued growth and success of the Society. Day-to-day responsibilities are delegated to the Executive Committee, Charity Committee and BJS Academy Committee.

BJS Academy Council of Management

Council members

M. Adham

Lyon, France

R. Baigrie

Cape Town, South Africa

J. Balibrea

Barcelona, Spain (Spanish Society for Surgical Research)

M. Barcynski

Krakow, Poland (European Society of Endocrine Surgeons)

M. Besselink

The Netherlands

S. Breitenstein

Winterthur, Switzerland (Swiss Society of Surgery)

G. Carlson

Manchester, UK

A. De Beaux

Edinburgh, UK (European Hernia Society)

K. Horisberger

Mainz, Germany

C. Ihre-Lundgren

Stockholm, Sweden (Swedish Surgical Society)

P. Lai

Hong Kong, China

D. Lobo

Nottingham, UK (Surgical Research Society)

J. Matthews

Chicago, USA

A. Montgomery

Malmo, Sweden

D. Morton

Birmingham, UK

S. Moug

Glasgow, UK (Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland)

P. Naredi

Gothenburg, Sweden (Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica)

S. Post

Heidelberg, Germany

O. Scatton

Paris, France

D. Scott-Coombes

Cardiff, UK

About BJS Society

As a registered charity, BJS Society’s mission to improve surgical education is underpinned by its strategic partnerships and its leading surgical journals.

Since its inception in 1913, the readership of BJS has continued to grow across the globe, paving the way for complementary open access journal, BJS Open, in 2017.

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BJS Society Team