Surgical education has evolved over the last three decades due to changes in surgery starting with the adoption of minimally invasive and image-guided surgical techniques. It has therefore driven change in the traditional approach to the teaching and in the acquisition of new surgical skills, both technical and non-technical. Always considering the educational theory principles, the simulation will undoubtedly play a crucial role and will become a basic step for assessing certain skill competencies before progression to real-life scenarios. It will enhance the development of skills, knowledge, and attitudes generating a new generation of successful medical trainers and learners.

Surgical Education and Learning Theory / Mottrie, Alexandre; Peraire Lores, Maria; Puliatti, Stefano; Gallagher, Anthony G.. - (2022), pp. 13-26. [10.1007/978-3-030-88789-6_2]

Surgical Education and Learning Theory

Stefano Puliatti;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Surgical education has evolved over the last three decades due to changes in surgery starting with the adoption of minimally invasive and image-guided surgical techniques. It has therefore driven change in the traditional approach to the teaching and in the acquisition of new surgical skills, both technical and non-technical. Always considering the educational theory principles, the simulation will undoubtedly play a crucial role and will become a basic step for assessing certain skill competencies before progression to real-life scenarios. It will enhance the development of skills, knowledge, and attitudes generating a new generation of successful medical trainers and learners.
Practical Simulation in Urology
Chandra Shekhar Biyani, Ben Van Cleynenbreugel, Alexandre Mottrie
978-3-030-88788-9
978-3-030-88789-6
Springer
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Surgical Education and Learning Theory / Mottrie, Alexandre; Peraire Lores, Maria; Puliatti, Stefano; Gallagher, Anthony G.. - (2022), pp. 13-26. [10.1007/978-3-030-88789-6_2]
Mottrie, Alexandre; Peraire Lores, Maria; Puliatti, Stefano; Gallagher, Anthony G.
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