Paediatric Surgery training: an international view
Chairs: Joe Curry, London, UK & Celeste Hollands, Spanish Fort, USA
Click on the the abstract title to view the abstract as a pdf. Where there is no pdf, the author has not given permission to include the abstract online but it will be available in the book of abstracts.
Free papers – all abstracts 6 minutes
- Development and implementation of a mandatory simulation-based nationwide pediatric laparoscopic training programme
- Pediatric surgical education: the value of baseline skills’ assessments for educational courses
|095||FEEDBACK DELAYS IN PROCEDURE BASED ASSESSMENTS: TRAINER OR TRAINEE?
Robert Miller1, Stavros Loukogeorgakis1, Simon Clarke1, 1Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK
|096||COMPARABLE OUTCOMES OF TRAINEE VS CONSULTANT OPERATING FOR OESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA
Ceri E Jones1, Rachel O Smyth1, Nigel J Hall1,2, Simon C Keys1, Ori Ron1, Michael Stanton1, Lara Kitteringham1, Henrik Steinbrecher1, D Mervyn Griffiths1, David Burge1, 1Department of Paediatric Surgery & Urology, Southampton Children’s Hospital, Southampton, UK, 2University Surgical Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
|097||PAEDIATRIC SURGICAL TRAINING IN THE UK – HOW SATISFIED ARE WE?
Hemanshoo Thakkar1, Mark Powis2, 1Evelina Children’s Hospital, Guy’s and St. Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK, 2Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds, UK
10.35-10.50 What should we look for when selecting trainees in Paediatric Surgery
Georges Azzie, Toronto, Canada and Colin Baillie, Liverpool, UK
10.50-11.05 What is the evidence that simulation makes a better surgeon?
Hugh Grant, Oxford, UK and Kathy Barsness, Chicago, USA
11.05-11.30 The Surgeon as surgeon and educator – is the apprenticeship model relevant to paediatric surgery? Professor Roger Kneebone, London, UK