Urology Intermediate Skills Training Programme (SSTP) - Session 3 (2018/19)

Date: July 02, 2019
Delivered by: Newcastle Surgical Training Centre (NSTC)
Contact: Mrs Sue Dent
Email: sue.dent@nuth.nhs.uk

Trainee Comments from previous Intermediate Urology Sessions:

  • Good well thought out and organised course.
  • Useful to learn the theory behind different procedures.  Experienced Surgeons imparting advice on tricks and tips.
  • It is extremely useful to have these training days with our peers and Trainers from the Region
  • Critique of my current technique is very useful for my development as a Surgeon
  • Extremely useful to be exposed to different ways of practice in two-day course
  • Excellent distillation of Trainers advice and experiences
  • Thank you - it has been a really valuable experience
  • Very informative and enjoyable session
  • Excellent teaching day over-all
  • Very useful to be able to ask the Faculty questions without time pressures.
  • One to one teaching without the time pressure of Theatre lists.
  • Wet Lab excellent.
  • Excellent Faculty
  • Practical sessions and tips were very useful


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