The Institute for Surgical Excellence is proud to offer surgical education and training programs that are utilized at hospitals and universities around the world.
Robotic Training Network
ISE wants to recognize and support the efforts of the Robotic Training Network (RTN) whose vision is to standardize the robotic surgical curriculum and education residents/fellows-in-training (OBGYN and SURGERY) through the development of a collaborative network. This network is led by a multidisciplinary team of surgeons who are also Fellows in the American College of Surgeons (FACS) and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecology (FACOG) representing 9 founding members from leading academic institutions in the United States.
Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery
ISE wants to recognize and support the efforts of the Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery (FRS), a multi-specialty, proficiency-based curriculum of basic cognitive, technical, team-based and communication skills to help surgeons safely and efficiently perform robotic-assisted surgery. This 2 year development process brought together over 80 experts from all of the major surgical specialties in the United States that currently perform robotic-assisted surgical procedures, the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration.
The new era of information science has resulted in immediate availability, analysis and sharing of real world data (RWD) that is available at the time of the occurrence – at the pace of innovation and change. However, the potential benefit of emerging technologies and innovations are slowed by the continued use of prospective clinical trials, peer-review evaluations, and the submission of research publication, which require rigorous and careful evaluation and prolonged completion time.