Average rating of this post is: 5 Please click HERE for the course feedback Category: Courses ArchivedBy ALSGBI AdminMay 14, 20212 Comments Author: ALSGBI Admin Post navigationPreviousPrevious post:Key Skills in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Course – 11th & 12th May 2021NextNext post:The RSM COVID – 19 Learning HubRelated postsMasterclass in Obesity & Gynaecological Surgery – 16th & 17th March 2023October 12, 2022Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Course – 8th March 2023October 12, 2022ALSGBI Intermediate Skills in Robotic Surgery Course – 7th & 8th March 2023October 12, 20228th Advanced Laparoscopic Hiatal Course – 23rd to 24th February 2023October 7, 2022Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Course – 15th February 2023October 7, 2022Colorectal Robotic Surgery Cadaveric Course – 6th & 7th February 2023October 7, 2022
Excellently run course by Mr Paraoan and his team.
Ratio of 1 simulator to 1 participant which meant we all had ample opportunity for practicing basic laparoscopic skills.
Ample number of very knowledgable and experienced faculty facilitating the day to advise on tips and tricks to improve laparoscopic skills.
Supported by Innovus with augmented reality simulators and opportunity to practice simulated appendicectomy using the AR simulator.
Would highly recommend this course for junior trainees (FY1 through to CST)
Wonderful day, excellent organisation, Great trainers giving useful tips and frequent 1-to-1 feedback. Great 1-to-1 facilities were provided to enable plenty of practice time, and maximise practice during the day.
Great chance to get detailed feedback of skills using an AR laparoscopic appendicectomy trainer from Inovus
Great provision for use and practice with live diathermy for practicing using J hook diathermy on a flesh appendicectomy model
Good coverage of 30 degree laparoscopic camera skills with standardised testing and timing.
Overall a fun and informative day to augment and introduce laparoscopic skills to junior staff (FY1 to CST2) keen on surgery.