Miss Tania Cubison has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead since 2008. She specialises in burn care and lower limb plastic surgery – specifically the surgical management of amputees, and leads the pre-tibial laceration outreach service for elderly patients.
She is a member of The British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and was awarded the McGregor Gold Medal in her FRCS (Plast) examination. Her Outreach Team won the regional Health and Social Care Award for Innovation in Acute Care for the South East, and she was recently awarded the Trust’s Outstanding Patient Experience Award.
She has written a number of frequently cited publications on burn care, particularly the association of healing time to scaring outcome, and the management of pre-tibial laceration.
As a military plastic surgeon, Lt Col Cubison has undertaken a number of operational deployments, and leads the military burn faculty, providing burn teaching to all three services. She is on the Emergency Management of Severe Burns Senate – part of the British Burn Association. She is actively involved in the training of the next generation of plastic surgeons, and is a member of the national Specialist Advisory Committee (SAC) for Plastic Surgery Training. She is the SAC representative on the Training Interface Group in Major Trauma. She is also the member of the SAC responsible for less than full-time trainees in plastic surgery.
Read more about Miss Cubison here.