Training in Neurosurgery in the Countries of the EU

A Guide to Organize a Training Programme

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ISBN: 978-3-7091-7214-8 (Print) 978-3-7091-0633-4 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VIII

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    Pages 1-2

    Introduction

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    Pages 3-11

    UEMS charter on training of medical specialists in the EU — the new neurosurgical training charter

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    Pages 13-16

    Neurosurgical training programme director position and responsibilities

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    Pages 17-19

    Teaching staff

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    Pages 21-31

    The ideal neurosurgical training curriculum

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    Pages 33-38

    Internal regulations and general guidelines of a neurosurgical department and training programme

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    Pages 39-50

    Principles of teaching in a structured training programme, the rotations, and the surgical training plan

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    Pages 51-57

    A structured neurosurgical training plan and the neurosurgical logbook in the UK

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    Pages 59-66

    The European Neurosurgical Log-Book (UEMS/EANS)

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    Pages 67-71

    Morbidity & mortality conferences — How can we do it?

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    Pages 73-76

    Problem-based learning in residency training and the tutorial process for training and education in neurosurgery

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    Pages 77-95

    Periodic progress evaluation

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    Pages 97-101

    Research rotation in a trainee’s curriculum

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    Pages 103-106

    The accreditation of a training programme

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    Pages 107-114

    The European Examination — its present status and potential development

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    Pages 115-119

    Neurosurgical subspecialization: pros and cons

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 121-125