2016 PG Course: Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery

21.4% (n=18) of attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of patients with colon lesions amenable to endoscopic procedures over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 25.0% (n=21) reported only 1-3 cases.

48.2% (n=40) of attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of patients with rectal lesions amenable to transanal procedures (TEM, TAMIS, TEO) over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 25.0% (n=31) reported only 1-3 cases.

26.5% (n=22) of attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of colon lesions with endoscopic techniques over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 22.9% (n=19) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for managing colon lesions via endoscopic techniques among attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery Hands-On Course was 3.5/5 at 2016 post-meeting analysis, and 3.5/5 at 3-month follow-up survey.

63.9% (n=53) of attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of rectal lesions by transanal techniques (TEM, TAMIS, TEO) over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 25.3% (n=21) reported only 1-3 lesions. Average comfort level for managing rectal lesions amenable to transanal procedures (TEM, TAMIS, TEO) among attendees of the Getting Behind Advances in Colorectal Surgery Hands-On Course was 3.1/5 at 2016 post-meeting analysis, and 3.4/5 at 3-month follow-up survey.

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