» Theory online and 1 day hands-on training in Ghent, Belgium
» 2 rounds of the hands-on training on July 13 and July 14, 2022
» Each round for 12 participants
» Online theory session:
» Pre-recorded lectures available for participants in advance of the course
An exclusive introductory course for young fellows and trainees with no experience in robotic surgery but preferably with some knowledge or exposure to the system.
The Course programme features interactive theoretical sessions and dry lab exercises at the ORSI training centre in Ghent, Belgium.
The course is organized by ESGO in collaboration with ENYGO.
The ideal profile of the course candidate is a young surgeon with no experience but some knowledge of or exposure to robotic surgery. Candidates should be fluent in English. This course is limited for 24 participants.
The Course aims to introduce the robotic approach to young surgeons with no experience with robotic surgery (Da Vinci Si or Xi) but preferably with some knowledge or exposure to the system. It is an exclusive opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills.
The Course program combines interactive theoretical sessions and dry lab exercises.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn more about the robotic surgery!
» Please check the preliminary scientific programme
"I believe that the Introduction to Robotic Surgery course could be the beginning for for young fellows and trainees who wish to pursue a career in robotic surgery.”
Joao Casanova is the head of the Gynecologic Oncology Unit in Hospital da Luz, Lisbon and has performed well over 300 robotic surgical procedures.
"The Introduction to Robotic Surgery Course is a unique opportunity for for young fellows and trainees who wish to experience robotic surgery.”
Based on his experience, Sergi Fernandez has been certified as a robotic surgeon by the Society of European Robotic Gynaecological Surgery.
» Application process is closed
» Limited space of 24 participants (12 participants for each round)
As a result of the inherent limited space, the 24 participants, ENYGO members, will be selected with respect to geographical balance of countries and regions as well as level of experience judged by the committee, according to the brief description of professional background provided during the application process.
Confirmations will be made upon selection by the Applications Committee.
The candidates are required to send us following application documents:
Please send the application documents via email to email@example.com
Paid ESGO/ENYGO membership for 2022 is a mandatory condition for being considered. View the ESGO membership renewals and application.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 20th, 2022
Payment details and cancellation conditions
Cancelation and Refund Policy
ORSI Academy, Belgium
In registering for the course participants agree that the organizer is not responsible for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are requested to arrange their own travel and health insurance. The organizer cannot assume liability for changes in the program due to external circumstances.
The course is MedTech compliant.
The ENYGO Introduction to Robotic Surgery, Melle, Belgium, 13/07/2022-13/07/2022 and 14/07/2022-14/07/2022has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 7 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
ESGO and ENYGO gratefully acknowledge Intuitive Surgical for a generous educational grant supporting this course.
For more information and the status of your registration, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel costs to from the airport to ORSI Academy, Belgium and to and from the hotel will be arranged. Travel costs to Belgium are responsibility of the attendees.
Do not arrange your flight ticket before your registration is confirmed.
Accommodation for 2 nights in a single room in Ghent, Belgium, in a standard hotel will be arranged and paid by ESGO.