• Generate surgical training courses that combine current training tools (webinars, simulators, conferences, hands-on on mannequins) training courses based on the use of cadaveric human models.
  • Supporting medical companies or individual professionals who intend to test or develop new devices or surgical techniques in an environment that is as close to real life as possible.
  • Innovating surgery by introducing new technologies.
  • Offer a solution to improve surgical standards in 4 steps:
    1. Train surgeons of select facilities to promote improvement of surgical experience, attitude and ability to deliver Gold Standard practice. We teach how to optimize resources and strategies to achieve
      → Rapid improvement of surgical performance
      → Reduction of medical error
      → Reduction of costs related to surgery
    2. Certification of skills acquired to increase professional reputation.
    3. Offering constant performance monitoring to maintain high standards.
    4. Training of local professionals to become tutors.
Target Audience
    • Improving competency
    • Improving quality of care
    • Reducing complications
    • Reducing complications
    • Riducing costs
    • Improving market presence
    • Developing new markets
    • Testing new technologies
    • Supporting professionals
    • Improving skills / experiences
    • Have access to expert mentoring
    • Have continuous support
    • Developing competency as trainer
    • Implementation of surgical offer
    • Increase access to surgery for a wider range of the population
    • Improving quality of care provided
    • Reducing overall healthcare costs

In the past, the systems for disseminating medical know-how and technological and "human" achievements in the surgery sector (i.e. medical schools, conferences and sector literature) presented critical issues such as the absence of guidelines, the rarity of experts with good / excellent practical experiences in the field as well as the difficulty of verifying the results of these ex post training activities.

The current need to stay "up to date" with the best practices and rapidly evolving surgical techniques, rather than the need to offer the best healthcare standards and to minimize surgical complications and errors, are now supported by conferences, scientific literature, courses , webinars, social networks and online courses.

Although governments and multifunctional medical companies invest in the constant dissemination of medical know-how and technological upgrades (CPD, CME, MOC), in reality there is a lack of objective data on the actual attendance and updating of individual professionals.

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