Online - Ethics and neurosurgery: innovation during the pandemic
- Start date:
- 25 September 2020
- 1 daypart
- Intended Audience:
- Resident physician, Medical specialist, PhD
Online conference - 25th of September 14.00 - 18.00 (ECT)
During this 4-hour Webinar we aim to bring reflection to the current developments in neurosurgery and neuroscience, the ethic side and COVID-19. This includes ethics of innovation in neurosurgery (with a focus on innovation during the pandemic), access to care and task shifting and sharing (TS/S) in neurosurgery during the pandemic. About task shifting and sharing (TS/S) in neurosurgery: not only TS/S during Covid-19 – neurosurgeons taking on responsibilities for which they did not train – but also in different scenarios – other health care providers taking on responsibilities of neurosurgeons during times of scarcity.
The Ethics & Neurosurgery course of this year has been postposed to 23 & 24 September 2021. Enrollment for 2021 will be opened in January 2021 and this course will be published on our website.
Online conference: Ethics and Neurosurgery: innovation during the pandemic
|14.00||Start of the course|
Dr. Ahmed Ammar, Neurosurgery, Dammam University, Saudi Arabia
|15.00||Innovation in surgery
Dr. Mario Ammirati MD, Neurosurgery, Lima Ohio, USA
|16.00||Pitfalls in allocating resources
Prof. Tiit Mathiesen, Dpt of Clinical Medicine, Rigshospitalet - Neurocentret, Denmark
|17.00||Task shifting and sharing
Faith Robertson MD MSc, Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School, USA
|18.00||End of the course|
Every hour contains of a 20 minutes presentation by the speaker, followed by 30 minutes of discussion and then a 10 minute break before continuing with the next subject.
Participation is free