Simulation Training

Participants of the Simulation Training can follow live demonstrations of interventional techniques and practice certain procedures under the guidance of a technician and/or instructor.

Pre-registration is required for all Simulation Training sessions at an extra cost of €75 per session and will be available in June.

Principles to practice: education and simulation skills training

This popular series of training sessions comprises a one-hour round-table discussion with experts in the field delivering key knowledge and practical tips, followed by one hour of hands-on experience using high-fidelity simulators.

Each session is aimed at delegates with a specific level of experience (core, intermediate or advanced), and the delivery of each session is adaptable to respond to the delegates’ interests, with emphasis placed on small group teaching, allowing for close interaction with the expert faculty.

The round-table discussions are themed around learning objectives which relate to a specific clinical or procedural topic. Equipment and devices related to the specific topic will be available to demonstrate deployment techniques.

Saturday, September 16 (08:30-13:00)
PTP 1: The basics of chemoembolisation for the liver
(intermediate level)

Sunday, September 17 (08:30-13:00)
PTP 2: Carotid stenting: the basics, current role and future perspectives
(intermediate level)

Monday, September 18 (08:30-13:00)
PTP 3: The role of endovascular therapy in the treatment of diabetic foot
(intermediate level)

Tuesday, September 19 (08:30-13:00)
PTP 4: Improving outcomes in the femoropopliteal segment
(intermediate level)

Coordinators: M. Midulla (Valenciennes/FR), J.C. van den Berg (Lugano/CH) 


group 1: 08:30-09:30 discussion / 09:40-10:40 simulation
group 2: 09:40-10:40 discussion / 10:50-11:50 simulation
group 3: 10:50-11:50 discussion / 12:00-13:00 simulation