Sustainability of skill courses for general and visceral surgery—evaluation of the long-term effect

@article{Groene2009SustainabilityOS,
  title={Sustainability of skill courses for general and visceral surgery—evaluation of the long-term effect},
  author={Joern Groene and J{\"o}rg-Peter Ritz and Heinz Johannes Buhr and Johannes Christian Lauscher},
  journal={Langenbeck's Archives of Surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={395},
  pages={277-283}
}
Surgical skills courses are becoming increasingly popular. This study focuses on their long-term effects. Participants in a 1-week general and visceral surgery course were included. Exercises in conventional and laparoscopic surgery were conducted under tutor guidance. Eighteen months after the course at the earliest (18–90), all participants (n = 756) from 1999 to 2005 received a standardized questionnaire on the surgical training situation, the learning success, the implementation of acquired… CONTINUE READING

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