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Train The Trainer

Masterclass
13 Reviews
Urology
Melle, Belgium
2-day course
18 attendees per session
English

Course details

The 2-day masterclass, for experts who want to improve their teaching skills, consists of:

 

  • one day of theoretical sessions
  • one day of practical exercices with interim participants

 

Certificate:

 

Find your Orsi Academy certificate - endorsed by ESU and acknowledged by NASCE/UEMS - attached to your personal profile on our e-learning platform

 

Be sure to make a login and complete the general evalution form. Once we received your feedback, the certificate will be uploaded to your profile shortly. 

 

The certificate can be retreived by looking yourself up using the Search User tool, than click More Info and find your certificate. 

 

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Price:

 

€500 for participants that aren't linked to an ERUS robotic host center.

Fee is completely paid by ERUS for participants that are linked to an ERUS robotic host center.

 

Educational methods

Simulation, Lectures

Faculty

Prof. Alexandre Mottrie, MD, PhD Consultant for Minimal Invasive Surgery

Latest Pubmed

A novel tool for predicting extracapsular extension during graded partial nerve sparing in radical prostatectomy.

BJU international, 2017

Read it here

Modular Training for Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy: Where to Begin?

Journal of surgical education, 2017

Read it here
View all Pubmed
Dr. Hendrik van der Poel, MD, PhD Urologist

Latest Pubmed

Navigation of fluorescence cameras during soft-tissue surgery - is it possible to use a single navigation setup for various open and laparoscopic urological surgery applications?

The Journal of urology, 2017

Read it here

Padeliporfin vascular-targeted photodynamic therapy versus active surveillance in men with low-risk prostate cancer (CLIN1001 PCM301): an open-label, phase 3, randomised controlled trial.

The Lancet. Oncology, 2017

Read it here
View all Pubmed

Price categories

Category
Price
I am linked to an ERUS center.
0 €
I am not linked to an ERUS center.
500 €

Medical devices

- Intuitive Surgical Da Vinci X

- Intuitive Surgical Da Vinci Si

- Intuitive Surgical Da Vinci Xi

Agenda

THURSDAY 7/02/2019 

 

8.30 – 8.45: Registration  

8.45 – 9.00: Welcome (A Mottrie) 

➢ Mission and goals of ORSI-Academy 

➢ Purpose of the course 

➢ Pre-requisites to robot assisted surgical training  

➢ Previous surgical experience  

 

 9.00 – 10.15: Technical skills for robotic training 

 

➢ 9.00 – 9.20: Simulation (H Van Der Poel) 

- Evidence for simulation based training

- Different systems: overview

- Basic vs. advanced simulation  

 

➢ 9.20 – 9.40: Dry lab (J Collins) 

- Evidence for simulation based training

- Training models - Scoring systems   

 

➢ 9.40 – 10.00: Wet lab (A Larcher) 

- Evidence for simulation based training

- Animal models

- Cadaver models  

 

➢ 10.00 – 10.15: Validated training pathways (A Mottrie) 

- Basic course 

- Advanced training

- Curriculum   

 

10.15 – 10.30: Coffee Break  

10.30 – 13.00: Hands-On-Training  

➢ Initial assessment  

➢ Simulators (DaVinci Skills Simulator, Mimic, Symbionic)  

➢ Chicken anastomosis model  

 

13.00 - 14.30: Lunch break  

14.30 – 17.00: Non-Technical skills for robotic training 

➢ 14.30 - 15.30: The essential role of non-technical skills in surgery (T Cecil)  

➢ 15.30 - 15.45: Telementoring (J Collins)  

  

10.45 – 16.00: Coffee Break 

16.00 - 16.30: The principles of proctoring and mentoring (P Wiklund)  

➢ Knowledge transfer 

➢ Modular training 

➢ Overruling: when and how  

 

16.30 – 17.00: Question and Discussion  

  

FRIDAY 8/02/2019 

 

09.00 – 13.00: Proctoring simulation of medical students under supervision  

➢ Group division

➢ Simulation stations

➢ Dry lab models

  

13.00 - 14.30: Lunch break  

14.00 - 17.00: Hands-On-Training  

➢ Different Simulators

➢ Dry lab models: chicken anastomosis

➢ Final assessment

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Logistics

Getting there

The price includes:

 

  • OR and use of the equipment
  • training models
  • didactic materials
  • lunch, drinks and social dinner
  • taxi transfers between the hotel and the institute/hospital
  • access to elearning platform

 

The price excludes:

 

  • hotel stay
  • taxi transfer between hotel and airport/station

 

Once your registration is confirmed by Orsi Academy and/or Invivox, please contact Jana to arrange your accomodation & transfers. 

Reviews

Global Review
4.4 /5
Pedagogy
4.6 /5
Hospitality
4.5 /5
Knowledge aquired
4 /5
Recommendation
4.5 /5
Apr 7, 2019
Dr. Roland S. The course was great and very helpful for getting started with robotic surgery. Only one minor issue was that we were asked to finish the course one day at 4:30pm, although it was scheduled until 5pm. At our stage of training, we were eager to get each second for practicing. Given the decent registration fee, it should not happen that we are asked to finish early.
Feb 28, 2019
Dr. Ricardo C. This Course was really a success regarding one to one teaching and the Orsi Center is really fantastic place to learn everything about robotic surgery
Feb 15, 2019
Dr. Jakko n. First day needs a bit more practice by training. mihgt be a good idee to instruct and ASK the students to evaluate the trainers!

Location

ORSI Academy

Proefhoevestraat 12

9090 Melle, Belgium