On behalf of Turkish Society of Otorhinolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery, School of Resident 16. Cadaveric Dissection Course will be held on February 8-9, 2020 in Elazığ Firat University ENT Center of Praxis.
School of Resident 17. Cadaveric Dissection Course will be held on February 15-16, 2020 in Ankara University Medicine Faculty Anatomy Laboratory.
Twenty residents will have the opportunity of dissecting fresh frozen cadavers for temporal bone, endoscopic sinus surgery and facial plastic surgery together with experienced supervisors.
An ENT specialist will accompany residents in each category (otology, rhinology, facial plastics). After completion of basic dissections, advanced dissections will be performed by specialists. A trainer senior surgeon will be present on each table for every category. Due to the density of program theoretical lectures will not take place. Therefore, dissection guides, training videos and other educational materials will be e-mailed to the participants before the course. The ones preparation of him/herself with those material before the course, will strengthen the benefits of course.
Dissections of 10 freshly frozen cadavers on 10 tables will be performed. Two residents and two specialists will perform the dissections on each cadaver. Dissection details for residents and specialists are stated separately in the guides that were sent. In order to attend the course, resident with 3 years and more residency who are determined by chief of department, are expected to fill the form on website, with correspondence information and preferred time period are filled carefully. Printouts of the form will be signed to chief of the department and send the paper to the Society both on web and by mail until January 30, 2020. For final placement of residents, length of service and the region where he or she attends from will be considered. The applicants who were admitted to cadaveric dissection course before, will not be accepted.
The costs covering course registrations, catering and services will be encountered by the Society. Beyond this, there will not be any support. At the end of the course participants and specialists will be certified for attendance.