Do you ever think, I wish I had something to…? If you have, that’s the perfect place to start the road to a new device, tool, training model, widget, process, etc. Creating a new medical device is a long process with many steps that some people might not realize have to occur to get the device into the hands of the end user. The Nicholson Center Prototype Lab is here to ride with you on your journey from initial concept to functional prototype!
One of the most exciting things about surgery, is that it is ever changing. Each year new medical devices come into the market that simply changes the way we perform a procedure. It’s a dynamic environment that forces surgeons and their teams to be nimble. With the worldwide pandemic, everything we once knew about training has been forced to change.
Here at AdventHealth Nicholson Center, your safety is our top priority. While the world is ever changing right now, compromising is not an option. Education does not end because a pandemic has occurred, if anything, more education is needed to be able to support a dynamic environment.
The world of 3D printing has evolved tremendously over the years, and there have been many different versions of this device since the origins that can be traced back to 1986. While there are multiple uses for this invention, the Prototype Lab at Nicholson Center offers great advantages to help throughout the product development journey.
Thank you for joining us for our first webinar entitled Surgical Robots: Emerging Technologies. This presentation was a short summary of the research into new robotic devices that we have been conducting for the last year. You will see that we:
From January 16-18,2019, we will be hosting the hands-on surgical course, Innovations in Endoscopic Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery. This course is aimed to develop skills in a broad variety of brain surgery approaches for surgeons.
When we all entered the healthcare field we all knew that we started the process of life-long learning. As technology continues to rapidly develop, our learning needs continue to grow in order to provide safe quality healthcare to our patients. The Nicholson Center serves as a center of excellence for healthcare education, and we work every day with industry and healthcare providers worldwide to deliver innovative educational programs.
The GYN Endometriosis course will take place at the Nicholson Center on October 29th-30th, 2018. This gynecology course is designed to give surgeons a multifaceted understanding of endometriosis operation by use of surgical robotics.
The Pediatric & Adult Congenital Electrophysiology Society (PACES) course, known as Advancing the Field, is one of the Nicholson Center’s biggest events to date. Year after year, this course brings together some of the world’s most high-achieving names in the field of electrophysiology, to encourage discussion and networking to advance the state of the field as a whole.