Courses and symposia

Overview courses and symposia

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18.01.2021 to 20.01.2021

POSTPONED: Colon ADVANCED: Colon Surgery - theory and practice

Mini-Fellowship
Prim. Univ.-Doz. Dr. Andreas Shamiyeh, FACS, FEBS

This advanced course is an intensive training for experienced surgeons to learn about modern laparoscopic and reduced-port techniques.
This course can only be booked in the module.

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08.02.2021 to 09.02.2021

POSTPONED: Colon ADVANCED: Reduced Port Surgery

Mini-Fellowship
Professor Dr. Friedrich Herbst, FRCS

This advanced course is an intensive training for experienced surgeons to learn about modern laparoscopic and reduced-port techniques.
This course can only be booked in the module.

17.02.2021 to 19.02.2021

POSTPONED: Colon ADVANCED: RP/SIL Surgery

Mini-Fellowship
Professor Dr. Alexander Klaus, FACS

This ADVANCED course is an intensive training for experienced surgeons to learn about modern reduced port and single port techniques. Ideally, the physicians are accompanied by a graduate nurse, in order to be able to better implement the experiences in the operating room.

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25.02.2021 to 26.02.2021

POSTPONED: Hernia BASIC: The bald truth

Workshop
Univ.-Doz. Dr. Peter Sandbichler

At this workshop, the basics of inguinal hernia are theoretically explained to the participants in lectures and shown on the next day in live operations. Furthermore, there is the possibility for the participants to train their laparoscopic skills at the Lübecker toolbox.

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16.03.2021 to 17.03.2021

POSTPONED: Hernia ADVANCED: SIL-IPOM / TEP /­ component separation

Workshop
Helmut Weiss, MSc, FEBS

This is a interdiciplinary 2-day-workshop dealing with the followig topics: TEP, IPOM, SIL-IPOM and component separation at the Hospital of the Brothers of St. John of God in Salzburg.

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19.04.2021 to 20.04.2021

POSTPONED: Colon BASIC - Reduced Port Surgery

Mini-Fellowship
Professor Dr. Friedrich Herbst, FRCS

In this Mini-Fellowship for 2 participants, the basis of the reduced port colon surgery is theoretically explained and practically demonstrated in live surgeries. The small group enables an intensive exchange of experiences and an efficient learning progress.

22.04.2021

Colon BASIC: RP/SIL Chirurgie - State of the Art

Webinar
Prim. Prof. Dr. Felix Aigner, MBA, FEBS, FACS

A 2-hours Colon BASIC WEBINAR of the St. John of God hospital in Graz on Reduced Port/SIL Surgery, under the direction of Dr. med. Gerald Seitinger.

26.04.2021 to 28.04.2021

POSTPONED: Colon BASIC II: Colon Surgery - theory and practice

Mini-Fellowship
Univ.-Doz. Dr. Andreas Shamiyeh, FACS, FEBS

This Mini-Fellowship is an intensive training course to get to know modern reduced port and SIL techniques basically.

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26.04.2021 to 27.04.2021

POSTPONED: Hernia MASTERCLASS: New techniques for ventral hernia repair

Mini-Fellowship
Bernhard Dauser, MD, PhD, FEBS

The completion of the Hernia Masterclass Module is an intensive Mini-Fellowship in which the participants can accompany Dr. Bernhard Dauser in the OR and get to know the new and innovative techniques for ventral hernia repair.

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29.04.2021 to 30.04.2021

POSTPONED: Hernia BASIC: TAPP, ­­­­IPOM, Sublay - Update and Hands-on

Workshop
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Herwig Pokorny

This training course on the subject of ventral and abdominal wall hernia repair deals in particular with the surgical techniques TAPP, IPOM and sublay.

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18.05.2021

Colon BASIC: Laparoscopic Basics - Cadavertraining

Workshop
Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Gerd Silberhumer

Basic laparoscopic techniques are theoretically explained and pre-operated on the cadaver. The participants can perform various colorectal operations on the cadaver under the guidance of the workshop leaders.

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19.05.2021

Hernia BASIC: Basics of Hernia Surgery - Cadavertraining

Workshop
Professor Dr. René H. Fortelny, FEBS

Basic laparoscopic techniques are theoretically explained and pre-operated on the cadaver. The participants can perform hernia operations on the cadaver under the guidance of the workshop leaders.

26.05.2021

HOT TOPICS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY

Webinar
Luigi Boni, MD, FACS

LIVE!
Join Part 1 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!". We proudly present interactive video presentations from international experts.

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01.06.2021

HOT TOPICS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY

Webinar
Luigi Boni, MD, FACS

Recorded Broadcast with live discussion!
Join Part 1 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!". We proudly present video presentations from international experts.

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15.06.2021

MINIMAL-INVASIVE ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION

Webinar
Salvador MORALES-CONDE

LIVE!
Join Part 2 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!". We proudly present interactive video presentations with international experts.

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18.06.2021

MINIMAL-INVASIVE ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION

Webinar
Salvador MORALES-CONDE

Recorded Broadcast with live discussion!
Join Part 2 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!". We proudly present video presentations with international experts.

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16.09.2021

HEPATO-PANCREATO-BILIARY SURGERY

Webinar
Helmut Weiss, MSc, FEBS

LIVE!
Join Part 3 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!".
Details coming soon - stay tuned!

21.09.2021

HEPATO-PANCREATO-BILIARY SURGERY

Webinar
Helmut Weiss, MSc, FEBS

Recorded Broadcast with live discussion!
Join Part 3 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!". Details coming soon - stay tuned!

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21.10.2021

UPPER GI & BARIATRIC SURGERY

Webinar
Matthias Biebl, FACS, FEBS

Live!
Join Part 4 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!".
Details coming soon - stay tuned!

25.10.2021

UPPER GI & BARIATRIC SURGERY

Webinar
Matthias Biebl, FACS, FEBS

Recorded Broadcast with live discussion!
Join Part 4 of our webinar series "WHY I do it!".
Details coming soon - stay tuned!