Date: May 07, 2019
Delivered by: Mr Peter Coyne
Contact: Louise Sore
This course is designed to facilitate the surgeon with didactic and hands on cadaveric training experience. Conducted by a faculty of experienced surgeons, this is an intensive two day course of lectures, debate, exchange and practical hands on experience on Colorectal procedures using an XI
Da Vinci Robot.
A two day intensive course
Number of Dissectors limited to 8
DISSECTORS - Will have full access to the Da Vinci Robot with Hands on Procedures and attendance to the Clinical Lectures
10 NON DISSECTOR Places only -
Non Dissectors will have full access to the Clinical Lectures only
Course certificate on completion
The course uses fresh frozen cadaveric specimens
Upon registration, you will be required to complete an online registration and complete some online modules. This will not only register you as a robotic surgeon to be trained, but will also gain you access to procedure videos and clinical data. The modules will take (1-2 hours) this is a pre requisite of the course, you will be required to complete this assessment
Details on how to complete the online modules will be issued nearer the course date.
NON DISSECTORS - Clinical Lectures only
Define the role colorectal robotic surgery in current day colorectal cancer practice
Appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence base in this emerging field
Share best practice on setting up a robotic surgery programme
Understand the benefits and rationale of offering a colorectal service
Understand the adjuvant treatment schedule following colorectal surgery
DISSECTORS - Full access to the Da Vinci Robot - with hands on procedures on fresh frozen cadavers and full access to the clinical lectures
Become familiar with the function and operation of the da Vinci Surgical System
Appreciate the ergonomics of the da Vinci Surgical system robot and the available robotic instrumentation
Understand the selection process for patient position, da Vinci surgical team position and robotic surgical approaches
Learn robotic tissue dissection techniques using monopolar energy
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