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The advanced course in Ovarian Cancer Surgery aims to improve the training of surgeons and elevate the standards of knowledge on management of surgical aspects of gynaecological cancers treatment. The advanced theoretical lectures are complemented by explanatory step-by-step videos of surgical techniques by leading experts in the field.

 

The course contains the 4 following modules, with 4 to 9 lectures each. Each module is followed by a post-test to help you test and improve your knowledge. The number of test attempts is unlimited. 

Module 1: Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery

Module 2: Perioperative Care

Module 3: Cytoreductive Surgery : upper abdomen and thorax

Module 4: Cytoreductive Surgery : pelvis and lower abdomen

 

You can watch the lectures in any order that you like but you will only have access to the module post-test after viewing all the lectures within the module.

After you have successfully completed all the post-tests, you will be able to submit your feedback to the course and print out your CME certificate. 

Improve knowledge and skills in the management of advanced ovarian cancer surgery

Obtain comprehensive information about perioperative management of patients with advanced ovarian cancer

Acquire comprehensive update on different types of debulking surgeries and the effects of radical surgeries

Understand how to manage special surgical situations and select patients for radical surgeries

The ideal profile of the course candidate is an intermediate to experienced gynaecological oncologist looking to improve the handling of complex oncological cases and fluent in English.

The ESGO Advanced Course in Ovarian Cancer Surgery (ELM19-A00074​), organized by European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO), is accredited by the EACCME®, the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide the following CME activity for medical specialists.

Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS). Only those e-learning materials that are displayed on the UEMS-EACCME website have formally been accredited.

Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA), physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(TM).

Information on the process to convert EACCME credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation-international-activities.

 

All speakers have reported no potential conflict of interests. 

Module 1 | Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery: The aim of cytoreduction in ovarian cancer surgery
Module 1 | Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery: Science of tissue management - energy and hemostats, stapplers, ednocutters
Module 1 | Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery: Evaluation of the extension of the disease
Module 1 | Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery: Surgery in advanced epithelial ovarian cancer - Quality control
Module 1 | Principles of Ovarian Cancer Surgery: Final assessment & References
Module 2 | Perioperative Care: Preoperative and Postoperative evaluation of the advanced ovarian cancer patient
Module 2 | Perioperative Care: Nutrition
Module 2 | Perioperative Care: Morbidity and postoperatieve outcome
Module 2 | Perioperative Care: Bowel preparation
Module 2 | Perioperative Care: Final assessment & References
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Liver Mobilization & Cardio-Phrenic LND
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Diaphragm stripping - resection - repair
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Splenectomy and Distal Pancreatectomy
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Dissection of Porta Hepatis, Celiac Trunk and Techniques for Cholecystectomy
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Stomach mobilization - resection - placement of J-tube
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS)
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Cardiophrenic nodes
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Liver mobilization I
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Liver mobilization II
Module 3 | Cytoreductive Surgery: upper abdomen and thorax: Final assessment & References
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Pelvic and Paarotic llymphadenectomy
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Modified posterior exenteration and Excision of the pouch of Douglas sparing the rectum
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Bowel surgery 
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Ureteral reconstruction and Urinary conduits
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Hudson Procedure
Module 4 | Cytoreductive Surgery: pelvis and lower abdomen: Final assessment & References
Evaluation & Certificate
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