Musterweiterbildungskonzept zum facharzt/-in für gefäß chirurgie. Ein vorschlagsmodell der deutschen gesellschaft für gefäßchirurgie und gefäßmedizin zu strukturierten und ganzheitlichen weiterbildungsinhalten

Translated title of the contribution: Model for advanced training to specialist in vascular surgery. A proposed educational program of the German Vascular Society for a structured and holistic schooling in vascular medicine

T. Hupp, F. Baltussen, D. Böckler, E. S. Debus, H. Diener, I. Flessenkämper, J. Gahlen, T. Koeppel, W. Schäberle, G. Wozniak, H. H. Eckstein

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Abstract

Since 2005 there is a new educational program for qualification in vascular surgery in Germany, based on basic surgical training (2 years common trunk surgery) and a specialist training program for vascular surgery (4 years). The specialist training in vascular surgery is subdivided into 4 educational columns including practice of open surgery, endovascular therapy, vascular diagnostics and conservative therapy of vascular diseases. This is intended as a guideline for teachers in vascular surgery and also to serve as defined criteria to enable trainees to receive a well-structured vascular training program. The contents and minimum quantity of endovascular procedures needed to additionally qualify as an endovascular surgeon or specialist are listed. New concepts to arrange family and work schedule especially as a trainee are discussed.

Translated title of the contributionModel for advanced training to specialist in vascular surgery. A proposed educational program of the German Vascular Society for a structured and holistic schooling in vascular medicine
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)603-610
Number of pages8
JournalGefasschirurgie
Volume15
Issue number8
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2010
Externally publishedYes

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