Leading Techniques in Neuro-oncology

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Date
26/6/2024
28/6/2024
City
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Type
Cadaveric lab
Language
English
Specialty
Neuro/Spine
Intended audience
Qualified Neurosurgeons with experience in oncology

Description

This is an intense cadaveric course which covers decision making in neuro-oncology, planning the surgery, tissue ablation techniques, new and future technologies, counseling patients and best practice sharing. You can expect a high level of active participation and case discussion led by an interdisciplinary European faculty and followed up with many hours of hands-on dissection.
Each participant will be working in pairs on a fixed for life human cadaver. For more information on this new preservation technique, please visit the website. The number of attendees is limited to ensure maximal training benefit.

Course location

Amsterdam Skills Center

State-of-the art operating theatre with 12 operating tables providing training of complex procedures on preserved human tissue, surgical robots, training on virtual reality simulators, virtual reality and video animations of interventions, a digital learning environment and conference rooms for 200 people.

Faculty

Timothée Jacquesson
France
Timothy Jones
UK
Ryan Mathew
UK
Marion Rapp
Germany
Michael Sabel
Germany
Sonia Tejada
Spain

Accredited

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This course is not accredited.

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Course summary

Name:

Leading Techniques in Neuro-oncology

Date:

26/6/2024

28/6/2024

City

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Language:

English

Registration deadline:

1/5/2024

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