WHO? These labs are for surgeons who are committed to changing to a new technique and wish to remove the learning curve from the live theatre environment.
WHAT? These labs consist of a full day with Surgeon, Surgical Assist and relevant theatre staff. The morning session is broken into separate breakout rooms where each attendee receives training specific to their role. In the afternoon the entire team gets together and performs the complete procedure a minimum of twice on cadaver.
WHY? Going through a learning curve in the live theatre environment is; a risk to the patient; costly to the hospital due to theatre time delays, complications, additional loan sets etc; and stressful for surgeons and the theatre team. Prior education to remove the learning curve is of benefit to the entire theatre and hospital team. The benefit to Device is that self-sufficiency removes reliance on rep attendance.
WHO? Bespoke Labs are a four hour lab for surgeons who are interested in a technique or a number of techniques, and wish to get hands on experience to enable them to make a more informed decision about whether or not they wish to adopt the change.
WHAT? Bespoke labs are a four hour cadaver lab where the surgeon can cover up to four different techniques of their choosing. Our Medical Education team is present to be your Surgical Assist for the lab, as well as provide any technique and/or product advice.
WHY? Whether or not to change technique should involve both an understanding of the theory, and a hands on awareness of the technical challenges and nuances. Bespoke Labs provide this hands on opportunity.
WHO? Surgeons who wish to have a high quality surgical video created that they can use for their own business, and are also happy for us to provide to other surgeons to help their peers navigate the challenges of a new technique.
WHAT? This is a four hour lab with a multiple camera production set up for the purpose of creating a high quality video of a specific surgeon’s technique, tips and tricks.
WHY? A very common question in theatre and at labs is “what are others doing for this aspect of the procedure”. Rather than verbally conveying second hand information, we are building a bank of “how I do it” videos that allow surgeons to see firsthand their peer’s technique, tips and tricks that all surgeons can access.