In an attempt to offer educational opportunities to all its members, EAES is proud to announce a new programme called the EAES “Clinical visit week”
This programme gives EAES members the chance to visit and experience – for one week – other reference centres in the field of Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS).
The goal of this programme is to facilitate networking of EAES members within the MIS community and to help spread high quality MIS surgery and research in the MIS field.
• EAES member, there is no age limit
• Complete CV of the applicant
• Letter of intention (max one page)
How does it work: EAES handles the applications and provides eligibility checks, subsequently linking the applicants with the host institutions on a first-come first-served basis. Because it is a one week visit, the programme prepared by the centres is very concentrated, in an attempt to keep you busy every day and every hour of your visit. Even though all the centres are carefully selected, EAES takes no responsibility for actual clinical visit execution. Its content and accuracy of the information provided is the sole responsibility of the clinical visit host institution. All expenses to get to the center and during the visit are the responsibility of the visiting surgeon.
At the end of the visit / programme a certificate signed by the EAES president will be awarded.
Tatiana Zugrav, General surgeon & Ph.D. student from MoldovaDuring the period of September 25-29, I got to know many new things, I learned innovative modern surgical attitudes. I met an exceptional team that was open to teaching me and introducing me to minimally invasive surgery. Professor Mario Marino guided me throughout the week. He allowed me to be an observer in his operating room, as well as in other operating rooms. The professor introduced me to the latest generation department of surgical sciences within the hospital, where I had the opportunity to do hours of laparoscopic training. For the first time, I had the opportunity to be in an operating room equipped with the latest generation DaVinci robot and to visualize how it is operated. The professor also showed me the general surgery department and introduced me to the preoperative and postoperative periods of patients. I thank Professor Mario Marino for such an experience and a full surgical week.
Hospital: Molinette Hospital and University of Torino School of Medicine led by Prof. Mario Morino, ASA (Hon.), AFC (Hon.)