As surgical care evolves, learning must adapt.
Clinical training is traditionally structured around long periods of intensive supervision and direct exposure to patient care: highly expensive both in time and direct costs. With unprecedented pressures being placed on healthcare systems, scalable, cost-effective training is a vital global strategy to provide high-quality surgical care.
This comes with a number of challenges. Surgical and perioperative practices vary significantly across the world. Learning resources quickly become outdated. Techniques and treatments change, making it hard to source quality, up-to-date information. Standardization is now as complex as it is essential.
>400 surgical procedures
Elective and emergent surgical management, organized per specialty, per approach and per course type.
Open, minimally invasive and robotic approaches
Introductory and basic knowledge courses
Applied surgical anatomy
Live surgical patients
Anatomy lab demonstrations
Basic surgical skills
Global surgical competencies
Complex specialist procedures
>100 perioperative care and anesthesia courses.
Supporting all staff working in the perioperative environment as well as topics covering anesthesia and critical care.
Key foundational knowledge
Generic clinical skills
Asepsis and operating room etiquette
Equipment setup and operation
Commonly used devices
Core anesthetic principles
Critical care procedures
>150 Dutch-language courses.
Cursus basiskennis en vaardigheden voor operatieassistenten, anesthesiemedewerkers en verkoeververpleegkundigen. Inclusief instrumenten, materialen en chirurgische apparatuur.