Courses and symposia

Overview courses and symposia

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30.01.2023 to 01.02.2023

Colon MASTERCLASS: Reduced Port Surgery

Mini-Fellowship
Dr. Walter Brunner, MSc, MBA, FRCS

This training is aimed at experienced surgeons: For a maximum of 3 participants, this course offers the opportunity to accompany Dr. Walter Brunner in the Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen for three days. The participants learn innovative surgical techniques which are also used and demonstrated in practice (e.g. TAMIS).
This course is part of the Colon-Advanced Module and cannot be booked separately.

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16.02.2023 to 17.02.2023

BILS - basics in laparoscopic surgery

Workshop
Dr. Elmar Haiden

This workshop provides young doctors with basic training in laparoscopy.

20.02.2023 to 22.02.2023

Colon MASTERCLASS: Reduced Port Surgery

Mini-Fellowship
Dr. Walter Brunner, MSc, MBA, FRCS

This training is aimed at experienced surgeons: For a maximum of 3 participants, this course offers the opportunity to accompany Dr. Walter Brunner in the Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen for three days. The participants learn innovative surgical techniques which are also used and demonstrated in practice (e.g. TAMIS).
 

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26.04.2023

Hernia BASIC | Basics of Hernia Surgery - Cadavertraining

Workshop
Bernhard Dauser, MD, PhD, 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.

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21.09.2023 to 22.09.2023

Hernia BASIC | The Plain Truth

Workshop
Univ.-Doz. Dr. Peter Sandbichler

This training of the category BASIC lasts 2 days: The agenda of the first day gives you a theoretical overview. On the second day the participant can see live surgeries in the hospital.

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09.11.2023 to 10.11.2023

Hernia BASIC | TAPP & 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 and sublay.