Join Us at the Gynecological Acceleration Program in 2016

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More than five million women in the world are affected with endometriosis, a disease commonly treated through robotic surgery and also a point of focus for our next educational event. We are kicking off the New Year with our Gynecological Acceleration Program (GAP), an expert-driven session hosted at the Nicholson Center. On January 11, 2016, experienced gynecologists from across the world will come together to discuss safe gynecological procedures, while experts train fellow medical professionals on how to reduce or eliminate genitourinary surgical risk. Below, we answered some frequently asked questions to help you prepare for the program.

Who should attend?

We welcome all physicians who would like to reduce or eliminate risk in future gynecological surgical procedures.

What can I expect at the program?

Attendees will attend sessions based on topics like Cystoscopy for the Gynecologist and Ureteral Injury- Intraoperative Management and Repair. Participants will also get the chance to partake in a case observation featuring a live surgery: laparoscopy with cystoscopy and placement of U-KITS.

Will there be a hands-on lab?

Yes! After lunch all attendees with change into scrubs and participate in a surgical training in a Cystoscopy and U-KIT cadaveric hands-on lab run by program leaders.

What is the cost to attend the program?

It is $950 for all physicians to attend the Gynecological Acceleration Program. Breakfast and lunch are provided. Don’t forget to reserve your spot here.

Who will be speaking at the event?

  • Stephen McCarus, MD, Chief of Gynecological Surgery for Florida Hospital Celebration Health
  • Jay Redan, MD, Medical Director for Florida Hospital Celebration Health
  • Michael McDonald, MD, Course Faculty at Urology Center of Central Florida

If you’re interested in learning more about the Gynecological Acceleration Program, call Call407-233-3436 or visit the program overview website by clicking the button below.

GAP Program Overview Website

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