UT SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 2013-2014 TECHNICAL SKILLS COURSE OUTLINE

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UT SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
2013-2014 TECHNICAL SKILLS COURSE OUTLINE
Course title:
Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy/Laparoscopic Appendectomy
Course director:
Mark Watson, MD, FACS
Specialty:
Surgery
Additional course faculty:
N/A
Participants:
PGY 2 Surgery residents
# participants
for course:
Curriculum dates:
12
8/7/13
Expected attendance:
12
Sessions assigned to each trainee
1
Duration of each session
2
Trainees per session
13
hr(s)
Other assigned sessions:
Duration of each session
Trainees per session
When other sessions are held?
hr(s)
UT SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
2013-2014 TECHNICAL SKILLS COURSE OUTLINE
Course Completion Verification - How do you know when a trainee has completed each component of
the course and the overall course itself? Please specify for each course component, if applicable – for
example, assigned reading component verified by written testing and skills component verified by
attending 2 course-instructor led sessions.
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Attendance based:
based on trainee attending all of the designated sessions
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Entire course - course solely based on attendance
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Part of course - attendance to designated sessions required in
addition to other components listed below
Repetition based:
based on the trainee performing a specific number of repetitions
Components:
# of Repetitions:
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Proficiency based:
based on the trainee performing a specified number of repetitions
Components:
Method for
determining:
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Written testing:
based on passing a written test
Components:
Dr. Watson Lap Appy/Lap Chole 12 question test, must be passed with
score of 75%
Documentation of watching videos/CD's/web-based materials:
based on proctor or
instructor verification that the trainee has watched the specified materials
Components:
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Other (specify):
Components:
UT SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
2013-2014 TECHNICAL SKILLS COURSE OUTLINE
Self-study or self-practice (Is self-study or self-practice an expectation of this course?)
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No
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Yes
Self-study component(s):
Review selected readings
Estimated time requirements for self-study:
2
hrs
Phase of course where self-study completed:
Prior to session
Self-practice component(s):
Estimated time requirements for self-practice:
hrs
Phase of course where self-study completed:
Training Location(s): E6.200 Multi-Modality Education and Videoconference Center
Resources (Textbooks, CD-ROMs, Videos, etc):
(Articles will be sent electronically to participants 2 weeks prior to course)
Journal-American College of Surgeons (2005) 604-611. “Biliary Injury in Laparoscopic Surgery: Part 2. Changing
the Culture of Cholecystectomy” by Steven M. Strasberg, MD
Journal-Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Surgery (2002) 543-547. “Avoidance of biliary injury during laparoscopic
cholecystectomy” by Steven M. Strasberg, MD
Educational Scope:
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Skills
Components:
Cognitive
Components:
Judgment
Components:
4 Skills Models stations , components to practice.
Identification of anatomic structures, safe dissection of the
gallbladder and appendix. Understanding of dissection to
allow completion of procedure and avoidance of postoperative complications.
Distinguishing appropriate candidates for laparoscopic vs.
open surgical dissection.
UT SOUTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
2013-2014 TECHNICAL SKILLS COURSE OUTLINE
Learning Objectives:
Understanding safe laparoscopic access for cholecystectomy and appendectomy. Knowledge of appropriate
instruments for dissection of gallbladder and appendix. Understanding appropriate situations for conversion to
open surgery. Understanding management of common surgical complications.
Summary of Curriculum, Teaching Methods, and Resource Utilization:
(For each component, please specify what material will be taught during each session, how will the
material be taught, and what teaching materials will be used. Please also specify the overall format for the
course including expectations required for successful course completion)
Interactive video presentation of each operation, feedback from participants and faculty. Use of
teleconferencing center resources with multiple views and projections of procedures. (model stations)
Methods for giving feedback to learners (Formative and Summative):
Direct instructor interaction and feedback during session
Methods of assessment of learners:
Assessment will be direct interaction and responses from residents during session. Post lecture exam, incorrect
answers will be reviewed with participant for clarification.
Methods for remediation:
One-on-one remediation is applicable
Methods of course evaluation:
Post-test questionnaires completed by trainees at the end of the course and faculty evaluations of skills
sessions
Materials:
N/A
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