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Training Programmes 

Programmes start in January each year. Post-graduate training focused on cancer management with a multidisciplinary approach.
Application deadline is the 15th of December for the following programmes beginning the following year.

 

Educational Objectives

  • Provide theoretical and technical tools to solve the most frequent clinical problems in the surgical treatment of abdomino-pelvic oncologic patients
  • Share our extensive knowledge of methods and techniques both practical and theoretical, frequently used in leading edge abdomino-pelvic surgery
  • Demonstrate the technical tools needed to employ the latest diagnostic and surgical methods
  • Examine and understand the global impact and the most recent developments in surgical techniques and procedures
  • Understand the latest technological applications of minimally-invasive, robot-assisted, and open surgery in relation to abdomino-pelvic oncology

Duration: Both programmes are over one calendar year.

 

Programme 1
Dedicated To Ovarian Cancer Management

For Young Physicians With Clinical Specialization
In Gynecology, General Surgery or Urology

 

Programme 2
Dedicated To Gynecologic Oncology Surgery

For Young Physicians With Clinical Specialization
In Gynecology

Students participate in theory and educational surgery sessions
as well as clinical and technical training
   Maximum of 8 attendees

 

Students participate in theory and educational surgery sessions
as well as clinical and technical training
   Maximum of 4 attendees

Structured as follows:
   -6 weeks with the surgical team of the Division of Gynaecology, also
    taking part in the activities of the Division of Gastro-intestinal Surgery
   -Out-patient clinic with the teams of the Division of Gynaecology and
    Gynaecologic Medical Oncology
   -Ward rounds and case discussions
   -Journal club with IEO researchers
   -Tumour board – discussion on the surgical cases also with the pathologist
   -Multidisciplinary meetings with the team of the Division of Radiology
   -Laparoscopic activity
   -Training on robotic simulator

Structured as follows:
   -4 weeks in the Operating Room with the surgical team of the Division
    of Gynaecology and Preventive Gynaecology
   -Laparoscopic activity
   -Laser therapy sessions
   -Ultrasound scan in outpatient setting
   -Training on robotic simulator
   -Out-patient clinic with the teams of the Division of Gynaecology, of
     Preventive Gynaecology, of Gynaecologic Medical Oncology
   -Ward rounds and case discussions
   -Journal club with IEO researchers
   -Tumour board – discussion on the surgical cases also with the pathologist
   -Multidisciplinary meetings with the team of the Division of Radiology
   -Activities of the Division of Radiotherapy

 

Surgical activity @ IEO:

  -Division of Gynaecology: OR from 08:00-20:00 
    with 7 sessions each week with 14 major surgeries

  -Division of Preventive Gynaecology: OR from 08:00-20:00 with
    3 sessions each week
  -Division of Gastro-intestinal Surgery: OR from 08:00-20:00 with
    2 sessions each week

 

  -Access to webcasts of Esagon theory and live surgery sessions 
  -Theory session: 2-3 days in Autumn

Surgical activity @ IEO:
  -Division of Gynaecology: OR from 08:00-20:00 with 7 sessions each week
   (two weeks with double sessions) with 12 major surgeries

  -Division of Preventive Gynaecology: OR from 08:00-20:00 with 3 sessions
    each week


  -Access to webcasts of Esagon theory and live surgery sessions

 

Dates & Scheduling: Training weeks at IEO are limited to 2 doctors at a time. Once accepted into a program, you can coordinate your training weeks

with the Esagon secretary.

 

Candidate Selection Criteria

Should the number of applicants be greater than the number of places available, selection will be based on the correlation between:

  • The applicants’ curriculum and the course characteristics

  • The applicants’ previous work experience and the course objectives

  • The interview

Space is limited Apply now for 2016

 

 Grant Available for 2016: The Sergio Gugole memorial grants were established by a doctor who attended one of Esagon's training programmes
in order to assist less fortunate countries to enhance the health of women in their country. It is a great example of the Esagon family giving back.
Three grants have been awarded in the past two years.

 

For 2016 there is one Sergio Gugole memorial grant for Programme 1. The grant covers the registration fee for Programme 1. Transportation and lodging are 
not included. Below are the standard candidate criteria that must be met for application.

  • Physicians from Eastern Europe countries, Africa, Asia or South American countries can apply
  • Application deadline for the 2016 grant is October 2015
  • Grant Application

 

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