26th Annual Postgraduate
Course in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery

Intercontinental Miami
and
Miami Anatomical Research
Center (M.A.R.C) Institute

Miami, Florida
November 30 - December 2, 2017

Optional Hands-on Cadaveric Workshops
November 30th



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The 2017 course schedule includes two full days of didactic lectures at the Intercontinental Miami on December 1-2

Optional Hands-on Lab Sessions - November 30th

 

LAB SESSIONS APPROVED TO MEET 2017 ABOG IMPROVEMENT IN MEDICAL PRACTICE REQUIREMENTS 

 

The ABOG MOC standards now allow participation in ABOG-approved Simulation Courses to meet the annual Improvement in Medical Practice (Part IV) MOC requirement. This course has been approved to meet ABOG Improvement in Medical Practice requirements for 2017. Please review the 2017 MOC Bulletin here for further information.

 


10 cadaver stations: 30 participants maximum per session
Anatomy and Laparoscopy Lab - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 
Anatomy and Vaginal Surgery, Slings Lab - 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm


 

Superb Faculty with Surgical Expert Assigned to each Lab Station

State of the Art Lab Facility at M.A.R.C. Institute

High Faculty to Student Ratio


Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the meeting attendees should be able to:

1.  Formulate and practice techniques to optimize trans-vaginal hysterectomy and other minimally invasive approaches to perform hysterectomy.

2.  Identify and discuss the surgical anatomy of the pelvis as it relates to gynecologic surgery, as well as the biomechanics of pelvic support and continence.

3.  Describe national initiatives to minimize surgical risk, increase volume and improve ability to manage complications.

4.  Cite data regarding the routine use of cystoscopy to recognize intraoperative urinary tract injury during gynecologic surgery.

5.  Formulate clinical algorithms in  treatment management of patients with pelvic pain and endometriosis.

6.  Evaluate new technologies and how and when to incorporated them safely into surgical practice.  

7.  Assimilate new techniques for teaching gynecologic surgery into practice.  

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2017 SGS PG Course Director:

Rosanne Kho, MD