Young Esser

Date

Monday 15 November 2021
Monday 22 November 2021
Monday 29 November 2021


Time: 20:00-21:30

Location

Online

Tickets

Accreditation

NVPC (6 points)
NVSHA (5 points)
Verpleegkundig Specialisten Register (4 points)

KNGF accepts manual accreditation with a certificate and offers similar points.

Course Introduction

Hand and wrist injuries are a frequent cause of Emergency Department visits. Many of these injuries might be seriously disabling and lead to pain and functional limitations if not treated appropriately at first. Therefore, we designed a Dutch course specifically for young doctors (ANIOS, AIOS, SEH, ORT, TRAU, PLAST) named YOUNG ESSER. This course will be divided in three evenings and will emphasize everything you need to know about the first-line treatment of hand and wrist injuries. The faculty of the courses are Expert Esser Hand Surgeons, to make sure that the highest educational quality standards are provided.  

 

NOTE: Course language is DUTCH.  

The program

THE EXPERTS

20:00      Introduction and Quiz

20:10      Anatomy and physical examination

21:20      Closing and Quiz

20:00       Introduction and Quiz

20:10       Basic treatment of fractures

20:30       Casting: how to apply a proper cast?

20:45       Non-standard fractures and how not to miss them

21:10       Fingers fractures and luxations

21:25       Closing and Quiz

20:00      Introducation and Quiz 

20:10      Tendon injuries

20:30      Nerve injuries 

20:50      Soft tissue injuries 

21:10      Fingertip injuries 

21:25      Closing and Quiz 

The Esser Masterclass instructors and faculty are dedicated and certified hand surgeons. This means that the Esser Masterclass is focused on providing a tailored made and hands on international education by experts in the field across the globe. The Esser Masterclass is endorsed by the Internatiolnal Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand (IFSSH) and the International Confederation of Plastic Surgery Societies (ICOPLAST)

★★★★★

Esser Masterclass is dedicated hand surgery training, a must for every hand surgeon

A. Satir, Plastic Surgeon, Germany

J.L.B. Vanhaecke, Hand Surgeon, Belgium

★★★★★

One of the best courses I have attended

A.C. van Leeuwen MD, Plastic Surgeon, Netherlands

REGISTRATION

Please check for the FAIR-TRAED reduced registration rate

*Tickets are non refundable, exchange tickets to participants on the waiting list is possible.

Regular

Webinar for all 3 days

€45

ROTTERDAM

Rotterdam, city on the Maas, is considered the most modern city of the Netherlands. Atypical in its own country, internationally renowned for its passion for innovation and its unpolished charms. Whether it is its ever-changing skyline full of audacious architecture, its port that is regarded as the smartest in the world, or the “can do” mentality of its residents. Rotterdam is a town with a pronounced character, energetic and always dynamic. Esser Masterclass and Rotterdam Partners make it possible for their participants to experience the city of Rotterdam at it’s full most.

Rotterdam Information
Location
SkillsLab Erasmus MC Room
Ee-120 Wytemaweg 80
3015 CN Rotterdam,
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 65 23 43 640

FAIR-TRAED

Esser Masterclass introduced a new education principle: FAIR-TRAED (Fair Transparent Education). FAIR-TRAED means that the registration fees are directly invested in the Esser Masterclass educational materials to advance hand surgery trainings. The organisation and the faculty have a passion for hand surgery and support FAIR-TRAED which means that they do not receive any financial compensation. This enables Esser Masterclass to keep the registration fees at a minimum. Our mission is making high-quality handsurgery education accessible for every handsurgeon around the globe and our motto is training form handsurgeons to handsurgeons.

Special Thanks to

Ella Nitters MSc, MA

“As a medical illustrator I am proud to be part of the Esser Masterclass. It’s my passion to draw the human anatomy and within Esser Masterclass I get the opportunity to explore this with devoted hand surgeons.”