E-Learning Surgical Retrieval Course on "Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery"
Save Lives Through Your Surgical Skills
Are you a surgeon involved in the field of organ donation and transplantation?
Learn the right techniques in ‘Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery’ to get good transplant graft outcomes.
We offer the only online course available to help you build your confidence. The course has graphics, text and videos to explain each step.
The aim of the course is to standardize protocols for optimal retrieval, perfusion and preservation of organs.
This course is accredited by 3 centres.
1. The Dutch Transplant Foundation (NTS)
2. University Medical Centre Leiden, Netherlands
3. University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands
Objectives of Online Course
Optimum organ retrieval perfusion and preservation are the basis of delivering quality organs for transplantation and have an impact on both short and long term graft outcome.
Standardization of surgical techniques is important in a network that shares organs between hospitals. The certificate course will give you access to all the online materials and videos for a year and once you successfully complete all the modules you will be rewarded with the certificate.
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Dr. Rathinavel, Professor & HOD, Department of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Govt Rajaji Hospital, Madurai.
The course consists of theory, harvesting videos, questions which also includes an online test. We have to get 80 percent marks to pass. Everything is related to Heart Lung Harvest only. For beginners it is very useful. Four continuous hours to be spent for the course. If failure we have to do redo.
For a new candidate who does not have much experience in the field of transplants I will rank the course an 8 or 9 out of 10.
Dr. Sushrutha, Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore.
The program was good. It’s worthwhile doing it for the next year as well. I will definitely suggest it to my colleagues next time.
Dr. Nagesh, Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore.
It was very good, very useful for us. Good team discussion and since it is a beginning it was good. The second day one to one discussion was good. Q & A session on the first day was good. Sonal Asthana’s Live session was good.
Dr. Vikas, Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Haryana.
It was extremely good and I would like to thank Dr Shroff for giving me this chance. I was highly impressed. Need 5 more training as I was 5 people in my department.
Dr. Keshavamurthy, Institute of Nephro Urology, Victoria Hospital, Bangalore.
The session was fully useful and interactive was the most I enjoyed.