Workshops are Beautiful, but don’t just take our word for it…

Workshop Objectives:

To demonstrate techniques and methods to improve and optimize basic colonoscopy techniques. To demonstrate techniques for hemostasis including APC, Hemoclips ;ect. To describe an overview of range of therapeutic modalities involved in polypectomy. To explain the equipment necessary for therapeutic lower gastrointestinal endoscopy including diathermy settings. To demonstrate an approach to polypectomy that includes optimal visualization, classification and risk assessment. To perform safe polypectomy of pedunculated/sessile lesions. And to have an opportunity to utilize equipment and have hand-on training in polypectomy

  • Patient safety & sedation.
  • Cleaning & disinfection in gastrointestinal endoscopy.
  • Introduction for upper GI endoscopy.
  • Hands on basic OGD: plastic models.
  • Introduction to Laparoscopic surgery
  • Diagnostic laparoscopy& laparoscopic.
  • Laparoscopic simulator skills: Instruments& manipulation
  • Hands on Laparoscopic surgery.
  • Role of endoscopy nurses in GI unit.
  • Disinfection in endoscopy unit – WGO update.
  • Safety & sedation in endoscopy unit
  • Hands on training.

Basic Endoscopy Workshop

Overview

This endoscopy workshop will be very hands-on course where both virtual reality endoscopic simulators and bench task trainers will be used to practice doing gastroscopy and colonoscopy, on modules with different pathologies. In some of the modules tasks such as polypectomy and biopsy will be performed.

The workshop will be run in two parallel sessions to maximise simulator use. The interactive case based discussions will deal with themes such as oesophageal, gastric and small and large bowl diseases with video and visual footage of real cases.

Laparoscopic basic skills course (LBS)

Introduction:

Laparoscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS), or keyhole surgery, is a modern surgical technique in which operations are performed through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm). There are a number of advantages with laparoscopic surgery in comparison to open procedure. Pain, small incisions and recovery times are more favourable to the patient. Training of all essential and advanced laparoscopic general surgery are of great help to surgeon, here in this course we try to simplify the course in short, comprehensive and interactive methods to help the candidate to start their practice in future life

Objective of the course:

By the end of this course we expect the following:

  • To provide surgical registrar/ young surgeon with the essential theoretical knowledge and practical experience of basic level laparoscopic surgery.
  • To verify indication and contraindication of the procedure.
  • To know complications of the procedure.
  • To be able to identify the instruments and handling.
  • To be able to suture, tie knots and perform some of the key procedures in laparoscopic surgery.
  • To be familiar with the following procedure:
    • Diagnostic laparoscopy
    • Laparoscopic appendectomy
    • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

ERCP WORKSHOP

WGO Khartoum Training center
ERCP workshop 4-5 September 2019

  •  Many African countries don’t provide ERCP services, so we propose the idea of helping in establishing new ERCP centers and maintaining sustainability of these established ERCP centers. This workshop will set the base for this proposal.
  •  Registration will be open for 4 regional & 2 local trainees; Khartoum Training Center will be responsible for trainees registration & accommodation.
  • Selection criteria for the centre:

1. The centre should be located in a gastroenterology tertiary level service.
2. The centre has approval from the administration at the level of :
a. The centre.
b. The hospital.
c. University or the health care authorities.
for full autonomy (administrative and financial) in regards to the ERCP service.
3. The centre should have complete ERCP setup ( 2 video duodenoscope: Karlstors, Olympus ,Pentax , Fujenon ) Functioning Flouroscopy or CARM machine.
4. The centre has at least one doctor who is performing therapeutic Endoscopy procedures (band ligation, polypectomy).
5. The centre committed to the sustainability of the service, repair of the equipments Scopes and fluoroscopy in case of damage and maintain the ERCP accessories supply.

  •  Selection criteria for the trainee:

1. Good experience in diagnostic procedures (OGD, colonoscopies).
2. Has experience in intervention in Endoscopy.
3. Full commitment to the unit and ERCP service , preferable if the centre , hospital & University or health care authorities sign an agreement before the start of the training with the trainee stating that the trainee is obliged to run the service at least 2 years after accomplishment of the training mission.

  • Trainers:
  1. Dr. Abdelmounem Eltayeib
  2. Prof. Hatim M. Y. Mudawi
  3. Dr. Mohammed Yousif
  4. Dr.Ahmed Aldawi
  5. Dr.Bushra Ibnouf