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An educational program developed by the Institute of Image-Guided Surgery of Strasbourg, University of Strasbourg and in partnership with IRCAD.

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Use of Simulation in Surgical Training


Determine lectures designed to demonstrate the importance of a simulation-based training curriculum, rationale, and a review of fundamentals of augmented reality and virtual reality simulators to improve practitioners’ skills. 

Introduction


Presentation

Determine lectures designed to demonstrate the importance of a simulation-based training curriculum, rationale, and a review of fundamentals of augmented reality and virtual reality simulators to improve practitioners’ skills.

9 lessons

9 speakers

02:31 hours

19 followers

Course directors


Evangelos Georgiou MD, PhD

President of the International Educational Committee of American College of Surgeons (AEI)

Director at Simulation Center, Athens University Medical School

Silvana Perretta MD, PhD

Education Director of IHU Strasbourg

Vice-President IRCAD

Mariano Giménez

Scientific Director of Percutaneous Surgery, IHU Strasbourg

Chair of Excellence in Percutaneous Surgery Strasbourg University

Objectives

Understand the utility of simulation in enhancing medical knowledge-transfer


Simulation, Recruiting: The Revolving Door

Clinical education today faces a paradigm shift ; being a medical educator demands pre-acquired skills prior to a training session. In this lecture, Dr. Konstantinos Georgiou addresses the importance of a valuable training team and trainer-trainee interaction. 

14 min Konstantinos GEORGIOU

Visuospatial ability - a key component of image guided simulation

The use of image-guided therapies and techniques is growing, the need for surgical simulation in the acquisition of visual spatial ability for image-guided surgery techniques is indispensable.  In this lecture, Pr.

10 min Lars Enochsson

Utilizing Clinically Relevant Performance Metrics in 3D Printing Procedural Models

The use of relevant procedural 3D-printed models for simulation learning and training may be incorporated to have the right training evaluation metrics. In this lecture, Pr. Ghazi describes the significance of such models in surgical training. 

15 min Ahmed Ghazi

Computer-Based Medical Simulation: 'The Backbone'

In this presentation, Dr Cotin gives a short definition of computer-based simulation for medical training and illustrates it with a series of examples.

18 min Stéphane Cotin

On the Proper Use of Validity in Simulation

The difference between validity and reliability and the importance of these concepts in evaluating the quality of  surgical simulation. In this lecture, Pr. Dimitrios Stefanidis addresses a practical approach to simulation assessment. 

17 min Dimitrios Stefanidis

New Trends in Online Surgical Simulation: the Success Story of a Start-up Company

A talk covering several simulator development projects and experiences in the field of surgical and medical simulation training, with an endeavour to point out some of the findings a start-up company has discovered throughout the years.

23 min Pierre-Jean Bensoussan

Are My Training Sessions Effective?

In this lecture, Dr Awad addresses the fundamentals of the Kirkpatrick's method applied to surgical education. 

22 min Michael AWAD

How to Plan Surgical Education in the Era of Simulation

Dr Jeyarajah discusses the role of simulation in surgical education and the importance of practice in a simulation environment. 

17 min Rohan JEYARAJAH

Is an Expensive Simulator Needed ?

In this lecture, Dr Mascagni addresses the question of cost of simulators.

15 min Pietro Mascagni