24 May 2023 - 0:00
26 May 2023 - 0:00
AddressLargo F. Vito, 1 - 00168 Roma (Italy) View map
ENDOLIVE ROMA CONFERENCE
Endolive® Roma promotes educational interactions: one of its traits is the close interaction between the chairmen, experts and the audience during the live cases. Endolive® Roma gives you the opportunity to make questions that are, indeed, very much welcome.
DIGESTIVE ENDOSCOPY UNIT
The Digestive Endoscopy Unit is composed of 7 suites and carries out an average 60 procedures per day divided as follows:
1 for Echoendoscopies (6/day)
2 for Gastroscopies (20/day)
2 for Colonscopies (20/day)
1 for ERCP’s (8/day)
1 for Broncoscopies and Hysteroscopies (8/day)
EUROPEAN ENDOSCOPY TRAINING CENTER (EETC)
The EETC is the first structure in Europe to be exclusively dedicated to training in Digestive Endoscopy and one of the first in the world to have been purposely designed as such.
It has already been recognised as an Official Training Centre by the European Society of Digestive Endoscopy (ESGE) the World Gastroenterology Organization (WGO) and the World Endoscopy Organization (WEO).
The ongoing progress and improvement of modern devices generate new technologies which require a continuous training of the operators who work in the field of Digestive Endoscopy. For this reason there is a constant request for the training and re-qualification of medical and surgical specialists through advanced and highly specialized training Courses.
Since its opening in July 2003, the EETC has organized 159 Courses for endoscopists, for a total of 1880 participants and 15 Courses for Nurses.
The Training Centre’s major goals are to:
Provide a practical and theoretical training process in advanced endoscopic techniques
Promote the implementation and diffusion of up-dated guidelines
Support the knowledge and promotion of modern endoscopic techniques through hands-on training on isolated organs and/or electronic simulators
Promote reaching diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms of the main endoscopic pathologies on the basis of evidence-based medicine by taking part in live demonstrations carried out by experts and broadcasted from the Endoscopy Unit
Promote comparison of various techniques and devices
Promote comparison of different experiences through interactive discussions with experts
Support mutual exchange and optimisation of digestive endoscopy activities in terms of planning and management, by comparing different methods of organisation of local units
For more comprehensive information on the Rome Training Center and course offerings, please refer to the dedicated website www.eetc.it.