Based on an extensive experience, the wide educational offer of the Centre provides practical and effective solutions to current surgical challenges, following its own sequential training model staged in four levels. JUMISC’s highly qualified staff, in collaboration with expert clinicians of great standing, satisfies the needs of healthcare professionals by adapting to their unique demands in terms of training.
- Level 1: Training in ergonomics, instruments and reference equipment for each technique, and acquisition of basic laparoscopic skills in simulator.
- Level 2: Improvement of skills and their application to a specific surgical protocol on experimental animal model.
- Level 3:Taking advantage of the NNTT in the training process.
- Nivel 4: Incorporation of students into the operating room, in hospitals, for the application of skills acquired on real patient and under the tutelage of a clinical expert.
JUMISC stands for an active participation and collaboration in the training of future surgeons of our country. The programs of our workshops are therefore adapted to residents’ training needs, defined by the different MIR (Medical Resident) training services and Heads of Medical and Surgical Departments. With a practical approach, focused on official Resident Training Programs, we adequate the sequential apprenticeship of a surgical technique to the surgeons’ individual needs and skills, always within an approved health institution framework
Training begins with the use of surgical simulators, in order to help the trainee to acquire basic and specific competences needed in each specialty. In this regard, agreements are kept with departments and units of different surgical specialties of several national hospitals and with autonomic health services.
Relying on an innovative didactic methodology, JUMISC provides a multidisciplinary approach to both theoretical and practical apprenticeship by means of modern training tools.
Personalized training activities can also be organized at the Centre. These activities are tutored by national and international experts and the program is adapted to the specific needs and level of experience of the trainees. These activities combine practices on simulators and in vivo. The use of bench models and ex vivo simulators allows the acquisition of basic technical skills; whereas practices performed with the aid of expert trainers, bring trainees a unique didactic experience.
These innovative training sessions include also the discussion of clinical cases to train both technical and non-technical skills. The programme is completed via an online platform (www.ccmitraining.com), where trainees can review additional documentation, as well as videos and any other relevant didactic material.