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What are the latest innovations In Endoscopic Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery?

Posted by Kate Kroll on Nov 2, 2018 1:00:00 PM

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.

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Topics: skull base, medical education, brain surgery

Train Better. Train Smarter. Train at Nicholson.

Posted by Todd Larson, RN, BSN, MSIT, CNOR on Oct 25, 2018 9:01:00 AM

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.

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Topics: ACS, Education, Medical Training

GYN Endometriosis Course

Posted by Kate Kroll on Oct 5, 2018 1:47:24 PM

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.

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Topics: endometriosis, Gynecology, medical education

What you need to know about PACES Advancing the Field 2018

Posted by Kate Kroll on Sep 11, 2018 5:45:00 AM

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.

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Topics: PACES, medical education, Robotic Surgery

26th Annual Emerging Trends Cardiovascular Conference

Posted by Kate Kroll on Sep 4, 2018 9:27:00 AM

The 26th Annual Emerging Trends in Cardiovascular Conference is a day-long symposium being held at the Nicholson Center on October 7th, 2018. This symposium will is dedicated to the continued pursuit of the best procedures in caring for cardiac patients.

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Topics: Nicholson center, heart conditions, cardiovascular, cardiac

The Future Of Surgical Robots

Posted by Roger Smith, PhD on Aug 27, 2018 1:18:36 PM

Our Chief Technology Officer, Roger Smith, recently presented at the Florida Health IT Summit in St. Petersburg, on the topic of the future of robotic surgery.

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Topics: surgical robots, verb surgical, Robotic Surgery, guidance system

Thoracic Course 2019

Posted by Ethan Marciano on Aug 13, 2018 2:00:00 PM

Our Thoracic Course, on April 11-12, 2019, is an advanced course in utilizing robotic surgery in thoracic procedures, namely lobectomies and thymectomies. Surgeons will build upon their previous experience with robotic surgery, focusing on pulmonary treatments.

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Topics: thoracic, medical education, da vinci robot

Guest Service At the Nicholson Center

Posted by Gira Patel on Jul 26, 2018 9:30:00 AM

The Nicholson Center may be renowned for its state-of-the-art medical facility, but that does not mean that its accolades stop there. On top of its technical competence, the Nicholson Center is home to an entirely different area of expertise; an expertise in guest services. The guests are treated with utmost respect and staff work tirelessly to satiate the needs of its customers, from the second they walk in the door until the second they walk out. 

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Topics: guest services, Nicholson center, guest, catering

Benefits of The Abdominal Wall course

Posted by Ethan Marciano on Jul 17, 2018 3:51:35 PM

 The Clinically Focused Robotic Series: Abdominal Wall Course, or RAWS for short, is a course taught at the Nicholson Center which exhibits the most cutting-edge method by which to treat one of the most common cases in the United States each year, abdominal hernia repairs.

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Topics: abdominal hernia, Hernia, abdominal wall, Robotic Surgery

ACS Accreditation

Posted by Ethan Marciano on Jul 11, 2018 10:24:35 AM

The Accredited Education Institutes, or AEI, is an accreditation granted to a few of the best simulation-based medical education facilities throughout the world. This accreditation is given by the American College of Surgeons, in order to promote the quality of surgical training and establish a highly competitive standard.

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Topics: American College of Surgeons, AEI, medical education, simulation technology

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