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>Revistas >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Año 2011, No. 1


Fingerhut A, Veyrie N, Millat B, Leandros E
Educación y enseñanza en cirugía laparoscópica en Europa: limitaciones y papel de la Asociación Europea para la Cirugía Endoscópica
Cir Cir 2011; 79 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 54
Paginas: 50-57
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RESUMEN

Conforme avanzamos hacia la segunda década del siglo XXI se han dado muchos cambios en la educación, particularmente en el entrenamiento de futuros cirujanos. Varios de estos cambios son resultado de una evolución natural en los métodos de enseñanza y otros han sido determinados por modificaciones globales en los sistemas sociales y educativos predominantes en la cultura occidental. La reciente evolución de procedimientos terapéuticos menos agresivos, en particular, de las técnicas quirúrgicas, traduce el deseo de disminuir el daño al paciente. La cirugía laparoscópica, basada en intervenciones menos invasivas, ha reavivado el debate de cómo enseñar mejor las técnicas. El presente artículo tiene el propósito de describir las necesidades de entrenamiento, educación y realización de procedimientos quirúrgicos, así como analizar sus consecuencias en la enseñanza-aprendizaje de la cirugía laparoscópica y revisar las posibles soluciones.


Palabras clave: Cirugía laparoscópica, educación quirúrgica.


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