To present operative techniques through live operative demonstrations from expert centres
To describe common laparoscopic urological techniques and operative procedures
To describe outcomes and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures
To provide hands-on training sessions to improve technical performance in laparoscopic urological surgery.
EDUCATIONAL METHODS of Urological surgery
Interactive theoretical and video sessions between Faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab.
TARGET AUDIENCE of Urological surgery
Laparoscopic urological surgeons.
Next course will be scheduled in 2014. Registrations are not open yet.
T. Piechaud (F)
C.C. Abbou (F), E. Mandron (F), C. Saussine (F), R. Van Velthoven (B)
Experts and lecturers
T. Ahlering (USA), A. Alcaraz (SP), P. Antiphon (F), W. Artibani (I), H. Baumert (F), X. Cathelineau (F), P. Coloby (F), C. Coulange (F), A. De La Taille (F), V. Delmas (F), F. Desgrandchamps (F), V. Disanto (I), J.D. Doublet (F), E. Drapier (F), P. Dubernard (F), T. Dujardin (CAN), C. Eden (UK), F. Gaboardi (I), R. Gaston (F), I.S. Gill (USA), B. Guillonneau (USA), J.L. Hoepffner (F), A. Hoznek (F), J. Hubert (F), G. Janetschek (A), H. Lang (F), E. Leblanc (F), E. Lechevallier (F), B. Mauroy (F), A. Mejean (F), A. Messas (F), N. Mottet (F), A. Mottrie (B), P. Mouly (F), P. Mouriquand (F), C. Mugnier (F), L. Pallwein-Prettner (A), V. Pansadoro (I), A. Rane (UK), J. Rassweiler (D), P. Rischmann (A), C.H. Rochat (CH), F. Rozet (F), L. Salomon (F), M. Schneider (F), M. Soulié (F), R. Soulié (F), C. Sternberg (I), K. Suzuki (J), P. Teillac (F), I. Tuerk (USA), C. Vaessen (F), G. Vallancien (F), H. Van Poppel (B), A. Villers (F), R. Villet (F), P. Wiklund (S)
F. Annino (I), M. Beringi (I), D.M. Burke (UK), J.W. Collins (UK), V. Corona Montes (MEX), M. Cortegoso Gonzalez (SP), F. Curto (I), A. D'Orazio (ARG), C. Fraga-Pereira (BR), R. Guida (BR), G. Kyriakou (GR), K. Limani (B), B. Lopes-Cançado (BR), A. Pansadoro (I), A. Papatsoris (GR), A. O’Riordan (UK), E. Romero Selas (SP)
is available at special EITS rates at Mercure Palais des Congrès Hotel ****
110 € per night, in a single room, breakfast and city tax included
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Urological surgery: Course programme
5.30 pm Shuttle-bus Hotel – IRCAD/EITS
6.00 pm Welcoming of participants
THEORETICAL SESSION: Laparoscopic treatment of kidney tumors - Technical principles – Operative protocol - Place of laparoscopic approach in the treatment of kidney tumors - Retroperitoneal radical nephrectomy - Transperitoneal radical nephrectomy - Partial laparoscopic nephrectomy
8.00 pm Cheese and Wine Cocktail at the Institute
8.30 pm Shuttle-bus IRCAD / EITS – Hotel
7.30 am Shuttle-bus Hotel – IRCAD/EITS
08.00 am LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS (according to patient) - Retroperitoneal radical nephrectomy - Transperitoneal radical nephrectomy - Laparoscopic and robotic partial nephrectomy
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute
2.00 pm TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS Approach of the upper urinary system: - Nephrectomy – partial nephrectomy – pyeloplasty – ureterolysis - Robotic training workshops
6.30 pm Shuttle bus IRCAD / EITS – Hotel
8.00 pm Shuttle bus Hotel - Restaurant
8.30 pm Dinner in honor of the participants
11.00 pm Shuttle bus Restaurant – Hotel
7.30 am Shuttle-bus Hotel – IRCAD / EITS
8.00 pm Previous day appraisal and discussion
8.15 pm TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS Approach of the upper urinary system: - Nephrectomy – partial nephrectomy – pyeloplasty – ureterolysis - Robotic initiation training
12.00 pm THEORETICAL SESSION - Specific complications of laparoscopic radical nephrectomy - Minimally invasive alternative for kidney tumors treatment - Robotic approach to nephrectomy - Carcinologic results: comparison with open surgery - Conclusions
1.15 pm Lunch at the Institute End of course Delivery of certificates of attendance
2.00 pm Shuttle bus IRCAD / EITS – Hotel
This Program may be subject to modifications
EITS courses are accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the following CME activity for medical specialists in their home European Country.
The EACCME is an institution of the European Union
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EACCME Credits convertible into AMA PRA category 1 Credits™
Surgeons interested in getting AMA PRA category 1 Credits™ credits may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
EACCME approved credits for e-learning activities are recognized by the American Medical Association for conversion to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians may apply to convert EACCME credits into AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by submitting the following form and attaching an EACCME credit certificate, and processing fee. Please click here to download application form for EACCME credit conversion into AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Processing fees directly payable to the American Medical Association are as follows: AMA member $30 and non-AMA member $75 (see information stated in application form).
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Visit the EACCME website to ensure the activity was certified for EACCME credit
EITS courses have been endorsed by the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery.
The EAES Education Committee aims to ensure that appropriate endoscopic
training courses are available for residents in training and certified surgeons
who wish to be trained in endoscopic surgery.