2017 PG Course: Robotic Hernia Surgery

36.2% (n=42) of attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course reported no robotic operations over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 9.5% (n=11) reported 1-3 cases. At 3-month follow-up survey, 23.1% (n=3) of those responding reported no robotic operations in the interval since the annual meeting, and 7.7% (n=1) reported 1-3 operations. Average comfort level for performing robotic operations among attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course was 3.3/5 at 2017 post-meeting analysis, and 3.6/5 at 3-month follow-up survey.

47.9% (n=56) of attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course reported no robotic ventral or umbilical hernia operations over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 12% (n=14) reported 1-3 cases. At 3-month follow-up survey, 38.5% (n=5) of those responding reported robotic ventral or umbilical hernia operations in the interval since the annual meeting, and 15.4% (n=2) reported 1-3 operations. Average comfort level for performing robotic ventral or umbilical hernia operations among attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course was 3.2/5 at 2017 post-meeting analysis, and 3.4/5 at 3-month follow-up survey.

49.1% (n=57) of attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course reported no robotic inguinal hernia operations over the prior 3 months of practice, and another 10.3% (n=12) reported 1-3 cases. At 3-month follow-up survey, 50% (n=6) of those responding reported no robotic inguinal hernia operations in the interval since the annual meeting, and 8.3% (n=1) reported 1-3 operations. Average comfort level for performing robotic inguinal hernia operations among attendees of the Robotic Hernia Surgery PG Course was 3.3/5 at 2017 post-meeting analysis, and 3.7/5 at 3-month follow-up survey.

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