E-learning module on Surgical techniques for Heart and Lung Donation
To be granted access, applicants should provide their full name, position, hospital and professional e-mail address. The provider reserves the right to ask the applicant for a proof of his or her position before an user account to the E-learning is provided. The information that the provider stores is the applicants name and emailaddress. The use of this information is limited to the monitoring of the progression and successful completion of the Material by the Learner. The applicant has to sign an End User License Agreement (EULA) as he/she first log on to the E-learning.
General user fee EUR 200
The above fees are exclusive of VAT; bank and credit card costs will apply. Users will have access for 18 months, complying with the duration of the general training period in the UK.
The licence normally expires after one year. Users are offered to extend this with one year.
Prolongation Fee EUR 30 ex VAT
One extra year
Second try final test EUR 75 ex VAT
Aftyer payment NTS will provide a second try in the system
The E-learning module 'Surgical techniques for Heart and Lung Donation' has been developed for surgeons who are interested in procurement surgery.
After finishing the E-learning module, the surgeon:
will be familiar with the important aspects of organ offers (heart and lungs);
will know how to cooperate with the team with the appropriate attitude and behavioral skills including some golden rules;
will have a complete understanding of the preparation and retrieval phase;
will know the correct steps for retrieval of the heart and lungs (DBD and DCD).
The E-learning module comprises of six lessons with a variety of drawings, videos and study questions.
The module follows a sequential routing. Lessons can however be studied separately at any given time. Relevant study questions are presented. The correct answers are required in order to proceed. The system will provide feedback.
It will take approximately two hours to successfully complete the E-learning.
The module focuses on cognitive skills and a professional approach to cardiothoracic donor surgery.
It does not develop psychomotor skills. Therefore it should be a part of a wider training in the surgical aspects of heart and lung donation.