1 Jan - 30 Apr '18

Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery

The E-learning takes approximately 3 till 4 hours to successfully complete, depending on the knowledge and experience of the applicant.The "CASK" E-learning 'Multi-

Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery

Primary Topics:
Procurement, Surgery, Multi-Organ, Donor
Start Date:
Wednesday, 1st January, 2014 at 7:30am
End Date:
Monday, 30th April, 2018 at 11:30pm
Country: Netherlands
Description & Objectives:

The E-learning takes approximately 3 till 4 hours to successfully complete, depending on the knowledge and experience of the applicant.The "CASK" E-learning 'Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery' made available on http://www.mod-surgery.org and organized by the Dutch Transplant Foundation (NTS), is awarded 4 European CME credits (ECMEC's). Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. The certificate can be downloaded after successfully completion of the E-learning.

The E-learning comprises twelve chapters: Anatomy, Preparations, Thoracophrenicolaparotomy, Internal examination, Mobilisation, Cannulation, Thoracic organ procurement, Pancreatectomy, Hepatectomy, Nephrectomy, Final steps, General Principles.

The Course is preparatory for the EDSM&BCSL Course.

 

 

Group discounts

3 <25     -10%

26 - 50   -15%

>51        - 20%

Standard fee 100 euro per account

The above fee is exclusive of VAT

Prolongation

The licence normally expires after one year. Users are offered to extend this with one or two years.

Prolongation Fee

One extra year  €30 exVAT

Two extra years €40 exVAT

 

 

Target Group:

The Clinical Anatomical Skills (CASK) E-learning 'Multi-Organ Donor Procurement Surgery' is available for surgeons working in public hospitals and those interested in abdominal organ procurement surgery for transplantation purposes.

Access Requirements:

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.