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LEARN FROM TOP SURGEONS AROUND THE WORLD

Welcome To The Cutting Edge Of Surgeon Training For Hernia Repair

We have collaborated with global faculty to share best practices in the field of hernia management and repair using an online learning management system which you can access from the convenience of your home or office.

Course Details

  • Six sessions presented over three months
  • Two live interactive question and answer sessions
  • Two live case demonstrations during which participants view surgeries performed from the faculty surgeons operating room
Go to Advanced Course (English with Captions in 中文, Français, Turk & عربى )

Advanced Hernia Curriculum

Topics will include

September 12 Decision making in inguinal hernia repair & Recurrent and multi-recurrent and with previous pre-peritoneal repair
September 26 Component separation
October 10 Complex AW situations
October 24 Mastering extraperitoneal alternatives for ventral repairs
November 7 Rectus Diastasis – Physiopathology, algorithm of treatment and surgical techniques
November 21 Chronic Pain after hernia repair

LIVE Surgery Broadcasts

September 26 Inguinal hernia repair
November 17 Ventral Hernia Repair

Participant Involvement

Questions will be answered by the faculty during LIVE interactive question and answer broadcasts.

October 17 Inguinal Q&A
December 5 Ventral Q&A

Advanced Hernia Curriculum

Topics will include

September 12 Decision making in inguinal hernia repair & Recurrent and multi-recurrent and with previous pre-peritoneal repair
September 26 Component separation
October 10 Complex AW situations
October 24 Mastering extraperitoneal alternatives for ventral repairs
November 7 Rectus Diastasis – Physiopathology, algorithm of treatment and surgical techniques
November 21 Chronic Pain after hernia repair

LIVE Surgery Broadcasts

September 26 Inguinal hernia repair
November 17 Ventral Hernia Repair

Participant Involvement

Questions will be answered by the faculty during LIVE interactive question and answer broadcasts.

October 17 Inguinal Q&A
December 5 Ventral Q&A

Steps to Complete Each Session

Sign up for the course in your preferred language
Follow the course outline with the dates letting you know when the next lesson starts
Complete each lesson and topic making sure to hit “Complete Assignment” on the bottom after you are done
Return for the live discussion to receive credit and your certificate

Your faculty

Flavia Malcher MD, MSc, FACS

  • Director, Center for Abdominal Core Health
  • Associate Professor of Surgery
  • NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Eduardo Parra-Davila, MD, FACS, FASCRS

  • Medical Director for Minimally Invasive and Colorectal Surgery
  • Medical Director of Hernia and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Tenet Florida Physician Services
  • West Palm Beach, FL

Salvador Morales-Conde, MD

  • Chief of Innovation in Minimally Invasive Surgery of the University Hospital Virgen del Rocio
  • Head of the General and Digestive Surgery Unit of Hospital Quirónsalud Sagrado Corazón
  • Sevilla, Spain