» ESGO´s all-new HYBRID course on the topic of surgical management of cervical cancer
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The course will focus on providing an in depth understanding of surgical anatomy, as well as an essential knowledge on the surgical management of patients with cervical cancer, both early and advanced stages. Additionally, by the watching of step by step video surgical procedures, together with hands on cadaveric advanced laparoscopic and open training the course aims to improve the management of cervical cancer women by the attendees.
The course will have 3 sessions: 2 web-based session and 1 on-site session in Madrid. During the Web-based sessions theoretical and video-presentations will be carry out. During the third session of the course we will use cadavers fixed with Thiel technique for imparting the training, which permits a very actual dissection and flexibility of the bodies, allowing deep understanding of human anatomy.
The course is aimed at Gynaecological Oncologists, with special interest in the surgical aspects of the management of cervical cancer. The course will be attractive both to new specialists in the field as well as senior trainees. In addition a special group of interest is the European Network of Young Gynaecologic Oncologists (ENYGO) who can profit the direct interaction with the faculty both in the web-based and hans-on presential sessions.
Acquire updated and detailed knowledge of the surgical management of cervical cancer
Understand the surgical steps and decision-making process when a surgery is carried out in a cervical cancer patient
Apply the different surgical approaches and their benefits in any case of cervical cancer
Improve the surgical skills both for open and laparoscopic surgery when performing procedures related to cervical cancer treatment.
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Co-Chair of the Course
ESGO Council Member
La Paz University Hospital Madrid
ESGO Educational Committee Chair
Policlinico A. Gemelli Foundation, Rome
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» Limited number of 24 participants (3 participants per specimen) for the hybrid course
» Unlimited number of participants for the online parts on September 2 and September 9
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» Admission fee to the online course and face to face hands-on training
» Coffee breaks, lunches and welcome dinner
» Registration fee 70 EUR for the online parts on September 2 and September 9
» It is possible to register only for both online parts together
» Admission fee to the online course on September 2 and September 9
» Before July 19, 2021 - Refund of 50%
» Starting July 19, 2021 - Non-Refundable
Applied Anatomy Department. Faculty of Medicine.
Autonomuos University of Madrid (UAM).
Calle Arzobispo Morcillo s/n 28046, Madrid, Spain.
The ESGO Advanced Course on Surgical Management of Cervical Cancer Madrid, Spain, 23/09/2021-24/09/2021 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 10 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity
In registering for the course participants agree that the organizer is not responsible for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are requested to arrange their own travel and health insurance. The organizer cannot assume liability for changes in the program due to external circumstances.
ESGO gratefully acknowledges Ethicon for a generous educational grant supporting this course.
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Travel costs to Madrid, Spain are responsibility of the attendees.
In the vicinity of the course venue, a hotel will be pre-booked for the convenience of the participants who can book the room in case of need at their own expenses.