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EANS Cranial Step II Hands-On Course
Message from Course Chairman Prof. Torstein R. Meling:
It is our pleasure to welcome you to the first EANS Step II Course in Cranial Surgery. The event will be held from 10th to 12th September 2019 at SFITS in Geneva which is the newest and most advanced surgical training facility in Europe to date.
This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their final years of training,complementing the Step I cranial course in Brno and the hands-on course in Lyon. We will focus more in depth on the relevant neurosurgical anatomy, the planning and execution of advanced neurosurgical procedures, neuroendoscopy , and some skullbase approaches.
The course capacity is limited to 20 participants.
Course dates: 9 -12 September 2019
Neurosurgical residents in their final 3 years of training.
Participants will learn the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of neurosurgical equipment, and advanced neurosurgical cranial approaches. Please click HERE for a more complete list.
The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches) and a networking dinner.
Please note that the accommodation is not included in the registration fee and participants are responsible for their own arrangements.
For more information and to pre-register for this course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
"This hands on course is amazing; very informative and practical; every resident should attend at least one in their training period."
"Great organizers and lecturers, amazing lab structure, nice hotel and the best experience exchange with fellow residents you can get. Just do it."
"The course was fantastic, and was of high standard. If you can maintain this standard with such a relatively low cost, and remarkable cost - benefit ratio, your course will always be one of the best among hands on courses. I fully agree with your policy: preferring cheaper accommodation to more expensive course content."
Prof. Torstein R. Meling
Torstein R. Meling, Norway
Participants will learn the essential neurosurgical anatomy, the planning of surgical procedures, the handling of neurosurgical equipment, and advanced neurosurgical cranial approaches. Please click here for a more complete list.
All faculty have extensive teaching experience, particularly with regard to cadaver courses. As is the standard for EANS courses, approximately half of the faculty are EANS teachers, which means they undergo regular appraisals to ensure the quality of our provision.View the programme