GESEA CERTIFICATION SESSION – Minimal Invasive Gynaecological Surgeon (MIGS) Certificate
- 18 Jun 2019
|Numero crediti assegnati||0|
|Categorie senza ECM||Medico Chirurgo (), Specializzando|
|Segreteria organizzativa||Molipharma s.r.l.|
The Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgical Education and Assessment (GESEA) programme is a structured diploma programme for Gynaecological Endoscopy. It trains and certifies knowledge and practical skills prior to surgical competence, and is the official diploma programme of the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE).
The GESEA programme follows the European–American Joint Recommendation stating that each hospital teaching endoscopic surgery should make available an endoscopic dry lab for training and improving the proficiency of the endoscopic surgery skills of the physician.
The GESEA programme is coping with some of the current issues related to endoscopic surgery like:
- Excessive long learning curves in the conventional apprentice-tutor model and limited amount of endoscopic interventions in the teaching hospitals.
- Absence of dry labs for endoscopic surgery and limited accessibility of specific learning programmes.
- Absence of a universal accepted validated system of certification
The GESEA programme offers a pathway of acquiring the Bachelor in Endoscopy Certificate and the Minimal Invasive Gynaecological Surgeon certificate and diploma. It is based on three building blocks: knowledge, practical skills, and assessment. Knowledge is offered free of charge through the Winners E-Learning Platform. Practical skills are trained through the various laparoscopic and endoscopic training models as developed by +he Academy: LASTT, SUTT and HYSTT. Assessment of knowledge and practical skills happens through an official GESEA Certification performed by an accredited GESEA Diploma Centre.
How to get Bachelor in Endoscopy Certificate: https://europeanacademy.org/certification/gesea-programme/pathway/#bachelor
How to get MIGS Certificate: https://europeanacademy.org/certification/gesea-programme/pathway/#migs
Le iscrizioni di questo corso sono chiuse dal 14 June 2019