Course Details

The program will consist of 7 sessions presented over 4 months. It will feature 5 lectures including 3 interactive Question and Answer forums after each lecture. There will be 2 live-case demonstrations where participants can view cases performed from the faculty surgeon’s operating room.

Topics

  1. Complex and Challenging Cases in Inguinal Hernia Repair November 20th
  2. LIVE – Inguinal MIS repair December 12th
  3. Complex Cases in Ventral Hernia Repair
    1. New techniques in MIS ventral hernia repair January 15th
    2. Component Separation January 29th
    3. Complex abdominal problems’ solutions February 12th
    4. Difficult cases and scenarios February 26th
  4. LIVE – Ventral MIS repair March 20th

Interactive Question and Answer Sessions

  • November 27th: Complex and Challenging Cases in Inguinal Hernia Repair

  • February 5th: Component Separation &. Complex abdominal wall problems’ solutions

  • March 5: New techniques in MIS ventral hernia repair & difficult cases and scenarios

Get Started

A to Z Advanced Course

Coming Up Next

Complex abdominal problems’ solutions February 12th
Difficult cases and scenarios February 26th
LIVE – Ventral MIS repair March 20th

Steps to Complete Each Lesson

Go to the course page and select “Start this Course”
Make sure to hit complete for each lesson and topic before taking the quiz.  New lessons will open up on the date listed.
For live cases and interactive discussions, you will have to confirm that you participated live or watched the recorded video to receive credit and move forward.

Global Faculty

Dr. Flavio Malcher

  • Director Abdominal Wall Program Department of Surgery Montefiore Medical Center, NY
  • Assistant Professor of Surgery Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY
  • Governor-Americas Hernia Society

Dr. Salvador Morales-Conde

  • Coordinator of the Unit of Innovation in Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • General and Digestive Department – University Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Spain
  • Head of General, Digestive and Laparoscopic Surgery Unit – Quiron-Sagrado Corazon Hospital, Sevilla, Spain
  • Associate Professor of Surgery – University of Sevilla
  • General Secretary of the EHS (European Hernia Society)
  • Paid Consultant for CR Bard Inc.

Dr. Eduardo Parra-Davila

  • Director of Minimally Invasive and Colorectal Surgery
  • Director of Hernia and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Good Samaritan Hospital – Tenet Health West Palm Beach – Florida
  • Faculty, University of Central Florida
  • Paid Consultant for CR Bard Inc.