Innovations in Medical Education and Training (IMET) provides accredited continuing medical education for physicians and residents in multiple specialties. IMET offers live, hands-on training workshops, which utilize unembalmed cadavers and surgical simulators as enhanced resources for learning. Using these tools to transform the knowledge gained in the classroom into functional skills that can be implemented in the clinical setting, IMET helps physicians improve surgical proficiency and confidence.
"Fabulous! The most perfect mechanism for reinforcing theories and principles."
- Richard Richardson, MD
"Exellent clinical information. Very relevant to my Gyn practice."
- Raul Yordan, MD
"Very educational. I enjoyed it. The instructors were down to earth and very helpful. Well done, keep it up."
- Ikechukwu Steven Madu, MD
"I feel confident starting to do these procedures. In the past, I have been referring these to other doctors."
- Eve Tucker, MD
"Extremely well done with lots of time for hands-on. I appreciated the very small groups for labs, which is often not the case in other labs I've attended."
- Stephanie Fisher, MD
• Diagnostic & Operative Hysteroscopy
• Hysteroscopic Sterilization
• Endometrial Ablation
• Using Electrosurgery & Ultrasonic Energy
• Laparoscopic Anatomy
• Laparoscopic Suturing & Knot-Tying
• Peritoneal Access/Port Placement
• Avoiding Complications in Hysteroscopy & Laparoscopy
• Coding for Maximum Reimbursement
• Laparoscopic Myomectomy & Hysterectomy
• Using Energy Sources in Laparoscopic Surgery
• Laparoscopic Skills, Suturing & Knot-tying
• Managing Laparoscopic Complications
• Anatomical Dissection of Pelvic Sidewall & Retroperitoneal Spaces
• An In-depth Review of the Form & Function of the Female Pelvic Floor through Anatomical Dissections
• Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Developing Multiple Reconstructive Surgical Approaches
• Perform & Contrast Various Sling Techniques for Treatment of Female Urinary Incontinence
• Recognize & Manage Complications of Reconstructive Vaginal Surgery
• Making Sense of the Mesh Controversy
• Recognize & Repair Difficult Obstetrical Lacerations