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Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Instructor's (CCrISP®) Course 2016

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Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient (CCrISP®) Course 2016

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This two-day course is designed to advance the practical, theoretical and personal skills necessary for the care of critically ill surgical patients. The course is suitable for candidates who are  now undergoing their surgical training (Master of Surgery) or just obtained their Master of Surgery. If you are in the earlier part of surgical training you must submit a CV with your application. For further information, please see below.

Date: 12th - 13th March 2016
(deadline: 12th February 2016)

Fee : RM 1800
(Overseas registrants: USD1800)

 

 

Date: 11th - 12th June 2016
(deadline: 12th May 2016)

Fee : RM 1800
(Overseas registrants: USD1800)

 

 

Date: 24th - 25th September 2016
(deadline: 24th August 2016)

Fee : RM 1800
(Overseas registrants: USD1800)

 

 

Date: 3rd - 4th December 2016
(deadline: 3rd November 2016)

Fee : RM 1800
(Overseas registrants: USD1800)

   

Payment Details:

Name: College of Surgeons of Malaysia
Bank: CIMB Bank, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur
Account No: 80-0112598-2
Swift code: CIBBMYKL

Placements are given for the first sixteen eligible applicants who return their fully completed form with payment. The application form will be available to be downloaded two months prior to the course date.

Content

This course is designed to advance the practical, theoretical and personal skills necessary for the care of critically ill surgical patients. It is aimed at surgeons and those dealing with surgical patients who are in specialist training.

Level

Master of Surgery students and Specialists

It is  the responsibility of the course delegates to ensure that they fall within the relevant criteria for the course as detailed above. If we discover that your experience is below the required level before or at any time during the course, the College reserves the right to refuse you from continuing to attend  the course without compensation.

Duration

2 days

What you get

  • Course manual
  • Certificate of completion

What does the course entail?

  • Theoretical knowledge (respiratory failure, cardiac disorders, renal dysfunction, pain, the multiply injured patient, communication skills, conducting a surgical ward round)
  • Practical skills stations (airway management, tracheostomy, wound assessment, stoma care,  advanced shock, communication skills, peri-operative cardiac disorders, chest radiograph interpretation, nutrition)
  • Simulated patient assessment
  • Clinical decision making
  • Legal, ethical, and communication issues
  • Data analysis.

How much effort is required?

  • Familiarity with pre-course manual
  • Passing a pre-course assessment (multiple choice questions)
  • Full attendance during course
  • Demonstration of knowledge and enthusiasm
  • Completion of a final assessment based on a clinical scenario.

 



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