Robot-assisted renal surgery training is still under definition, and validated robotic curricula are still lacking. The implementation of the proficiency-based progression (PBP) training model can provide an objective and effective tool to help develop skills and create standardized and efficient curricula.

Training and Challenges to Perform Robot-Assisted Renal Surgeries / Puliatti, Stefano; Piazza, Pietro; Farinha, Rui; Raju, Thomas; Gallagher, Anthony G.. - (2022), pp. 421-426. [10.1007/978-3-031-00363-9_34]

Training and Challenges to Perform Robot-Assisted Renal Surgeries

Puliatti, Stefano;
2022

Abstract

Robot-assisted renal surgery training is still under definition, and validated robotic curricula are still lacking. The implementation of the proficiency-based progression (PBP) training model can provide an objective and effective tool to help develop skills and create standardized and efficient curricula.
2022
Robotic Urologic Surgery
Peter Wiklund, Alexandre Mottrie, Mohan S Gundeti, Vipul Patel
978-3-031-00362-2
978-3-031-00363-9
Springer
Training and Challenges to Perform Robot-Assisted Renal Surgeries / Puliatti, Stefano; Piazza, Pietro; Farinha, Rui; Raju, Thomas; Gallagher, Anthony G.. - (2022), pp. 421-426. [10.1007/978-3-031-00363-9_34]
Puliatti, Stefano; Piazza, Pietro; Farinha, Rui; Raju, Thomas; Gallagher, Anthony G.
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