Study type: Online

Best Online Courses in Surgical Medicine 2019

Surgeons are medical practitioners who use medical tools to pinpoint their patients’ problem areas, repair malfunctioning regions of the body and remove harmful structures. Surgery training programs teach practitioners to use surgical instruments safely and effectively.

Online Course in Surgical Medicine

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Formación Alcalá

Number of hours and credits: 500 hours and 20 ECTS credits. ... [+]

Best Online Courses in Surgical Medicine. Number of hours and credits: 500 hours and 20 ECTS credits. Duration: 3 months minimum and maximum 7 months from the date of enrollment - Mode: Material provided in book format + Evaluation and Tutorials by Virtual Training Platform Alcalá. GOALS Acquire theoretical foundation and develop the skills, aptitudes and attitudes necessary so that you can prevent, diagnose and treat patients with chronic renal failure, dialysis and transplantation. Acquire the knowledge, skills, techniques and procedures to prevent and properly care for patients with renal disease. Give an in-depth and updated knowledge, technical skills and competencies necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of nephrology sic... [-]
Spain Jaén
September 2019
3 - 7 months

Explore perioperative medicine and how you can improve care for the high risk surgical patient. Join this RCoA endorsed course. ... [+]

Too many patients die or suffer prolonged complications following surgery.

Perioperative medicine is an emerging, multi-disciplinary approach, which tackles this issue, by optimising the care of high-risk surgical patients. It encompasses disciplines including anaesthetics, surgery, nursing, care of the elderly, physiotherapy and healthcare management.

This RCoA-endorsed course - developed by anaesthetists at University College London (UCL) Hospitals - covers all things perioperative medicine. You’ll learn the key concepts you need to improve patient safety and reduce healthcare costs.

What topics will you cover?

Week 1: The surgical epidemic

Defining the high-risk surgical patient and the need to change the way we care for them An introduction to perioperative medicine and the Royal College of Anaesthetists vision for improved perioperative care New perioperative care pathways ... [-]
United Kingdom UK Online
January 2020