Roger’s top tip regarding pubic engagement - ''Just do it! you have nothing to lose and everything to gain''

Roger started his career as a surgeon and then went on to make a significant contribution to surgical education. He now directs the Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science (ICCESS), based within the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial’s Chelsea & Westminster campus. The ICCES is a creative research group, bringing together clinicians, educationalists, computer scientists, psychologists, social scientists, design engineers and experts from the visual and performing arts - to realise the potential of simulation to enhance human health

Roger is committed to public engagement having delivered numerous activities at high-profile festivals and visitor attractions. He is drawing on this experience to expand the role of the ICCES to explore how simulation can enable the public to engage with medicine in a manner that surfaces their perspectives alongside that of patients, clinicians and other ‘experts’. 

Coming Soon: Roger's highlight story

He talks to Vicky Brightman about his unique engagement methods and the benefits of collaborating outside one's own discipline.

Explore more of Roger Kneebone's work

Looking Deeply: Roger Kneebone at TEDMEDLive

Roger's work in simulation for teaching is wide reaching; its applications have even stretched as far as a performance simulator at the Royal College of Music to help musicians overcome stage fright. He drew parallels with his surgical endeavours and the work of his friend, a bespoke tailor in London, noting that neither one could do the other's job despite similar requirements in dexterity.

 arallels with his surgical endeavours

Looking Deeply: Roger Kneebone at TEDMEDLive

Roger draws parallels with his surgical endeavours and the work of his friend, a bespoke tailor.

Roger's work in simulation for teaching is wide reaching; its applications have even stretched as far as a performance simulator at the Royal College of Music to help musicians overcome stage fright. He drew parallels with his surgical endeavours and the work of his friend, a bespoke tailor in London, noting that neither one could do the other's job despite similar requirements in dexterity.

Solving stage fright in virtual reality

Solving stage fright in virtual reality

New virtual reality technology could ease your fears.

Do you hate performing in front of an audience? New virtual reality technology could ease your fears. Imperial’s Professor Roger Kneebone and the Royal College of Music’s Professor Aaron Williamon discuss a new mobile performance simulator to help musicians, politicians or business leaders, perform in front of an audience.

Surgery- a profession, craft and performance

The art of surgery- encounters and connections

Surgery- a profession, craft and performance.

In his inaugural lecture, Professor Roger Kneebone explores how surgery can be considered a profession that is also a craft and a performance. 

 

The craft of surgery

The craft of surgery

Investigating the crossovers between surgery and tailoring.

Professor Roger Kneebone, Professor of Surgical Education, Imperial College London, PhD FRCS FRCSEd FRCGP and Joshua Byrne, Byrne & Burge, discuss the crossovers between surgery and tailoring.