Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Urology Simulation Course

Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Urology Simulation Course

27 February - 28 February 2021

Agha Khan University Hospital

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  • This course is organised by the Department of Surgery at Aga Khan University and endorsed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

    The course aims to teach residents in urology the core principles of laparoscopic urology with tutorials, discussion sessions, and simulation exercises on animal tissue models. This will be combined with observing live laparoscopic urological procedures in an operating room.

    On completion of the course delegates will have developed basic skills in the following core laparoscopic principles on simulation:

    • Safe access and port placements
    • Ergonomics in laparoscopy
    • Safe use of laparoscopy instruments
    • Improved hand to eye co-ordination
    • Using both dominant and non- dominant hands in co-ordination
    • Depth perception
    • Dissection techniques
    • Laparoscopic suturing

    This course is designed for urology residents with a MBBS (Basic Medical Degree)

    The following CPD has been approved for this course: 6 CPD points for day one and 3 CPD points for day two.

    Faculty on this course include:

    Zeeshan Aslam, FRCS (Urol) FEBU
    Consultant Urological Surgeon
    Ninewells HospitalSurgical Tutor
    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    M. Hammad Ather, FCPS, FEBU
    Head Section of Urology
    Aga Khan University

    Raziuddin Biyabani, FCPS, FEBU
    Associate Professor Urology
    Aga Khan University

    Muhammad Nazim, FCPS, FRCS (Urol), FACS
    Associate Professor Urology
    Aga Khan University

    Imran Jalbani, FCPS (Urol)
    Assistant Professor Urology
    Aga Khan University

  • Agha Khan University Hospital

Closing date: 01 March 2021


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