Current and future teaching methods of surgery: what’s the role of simulation? / Day 3

11 Sep 2017
09:00 - 14:00
Arsenali Repubblicani

Current and future teaching methods of surgery: what’s the role of simulation? / Day 3

Conference of the American College of Surgeons – Italy Chapter


Use of simulators: interactive exercises in small groups
Robotic Surgery Simulator (MIMIC, Skilled Simulator)
Laparoscopy Simulators (Lapsim, Storz Simulators)
Microsurgery Robot Simulator (MMI)
Endovascular Surgery Simulator (AngioMentor)
ORION Navigator for spine surgery (MASMEC BIOMED)

Teaching and tutoring:
Andrea Moglia, Engineer – EndoCAS Center
Raffaella Berchiolli, Vascular Surgeon, University of Pisa
Luca Morelli, Associate Professor of General Surgery, University of Pisa
Vincenzo Ferrari, Engineer – EndoCAS Center
Marco Innocenti, Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Florence and Director of Plastic, Reconstructive and Microsurgery Surgery, Careggi Hospital-University Hospital, Florence
Luigi Pugliese, General Surgery, Policlinico San Matteo, Pavia
Giuseppe Calvosa, Head Physician of Orthopedics and Traumatology Unit, Hospital of Volterra, Pisa
Emanuele Cigna, Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery, University of Pisa

General information
The course for practical demonstrations on simulators has enrolment restrictions. Enrolment is free but compulsory and includes participation in scientific work, coffee breaks, business breakfast and certificate of attendance.

For information, please contact the Conference Secretary

Conference Secretary
Eventi in Fiore di Francesca Fiorentini
Via della Faggiola 18
56126 Pisa
Tel. +39 346 7202625