Events and engagement

King’s Health Partners: Virtual Academic Surgical Grand Rounds

Join our innovative and dynamic lecture series informing practising surgeons, undergraduate and postgraduate trainees who aspire to be surgeons, along with allied healthcare professionals who support day-to-day work, about the latest themes in surgery.

The aim is simple; to provide a framework in which the King's Health Partners (KHP) surgical community can come together and network, develop friendships and relationships with national and international colleagues, present high-quality research and inform others of progress in their specialist field.

Upcoming Grand Rounds 2024 

All sessions outlined below will take place on the fourth Thursday of every month, from 5.30pm - 6.30pm. Topics and dates are subject to change.

  • ENT - Head and Neck Surgery, 25 January 2024
  • Robotic Surgery, 22 February 2024
  • AI in Surgery, 28 March 2024
  • HIV and Surgery, 25 April 2024
  • Topic to be confirmed, 23 May
  • Perioperative medicine for older people having surgery, 27 June 2024
  • Neurosurgery, 25 July 2024
  • Topic to be confirmed, 22 August 2024
  • Surgical Leadership and Innovation, 26 September 2024

The details for each Grand Round event are confirmed closer to the time on our events page. You can also join our regular invite list to receive the latest event details by contacting

Catch-up on previous King's Health Partners Grand Rounds

You can watch all previous Grand Rounds in your own time by visiting our Learning Hub and adding the course to your basket for free. Alternatively, you can watch the sessions on our King's College London media channel.

Watch the KHP Academic Surgery workshops 

In 2020, Prof Dasgupta arranged two workshops to explore the vision for KHP's Academic Surgery progamme and how we are bringing surgeons across the partnership together to push for surgical excellence.

You can view the workshops by registering to our Learning Hub, or click on the links below: 

Contact us

Interested in engaging with the King's Health Partners Academic Surgery? You can contact Prof Prokar Dasgupta at