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WeBSurg is a charge-free web-based educational resource in minimally invasive surgery. It provides the healthcare community a wide range of surgical procedures, videos, lectures, and case reports.

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Thursday June 11, 2015
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The WINNERS PROJECT is a new educational program developed by the IRCAD’s gynaecology team led by Professor Wattiez in collaboration with the European Academy of Gynaecological Surgery. Our objective is to give a complete training to gynaecologists, with an educational program made up of 3 levels.

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Title Authors   Popular Fav.
Principles of tubal surgery A Watrelot 16:08 0 Favorites Media1
Tubal infertility and laparoscopy A Watrelot 15:52 0 Favorites Media
Laparoscopic myomectomy in infertile women S Gordts 28:02 0 Favorites Media1
DIE and laparoscopic treatment M Nisolle 23:49 0 Favorites Media
What do you think of prophylactic salpingectomy as a prevention strategy in women at low risk for ovarian cancer? A Setubal, M Ibrahim, B Van Herendael 04:09 0 Favorites Media1
Laparoscopic treatment of bilateral endometriotic cysts M Nisolle 19:00 0 Favorites Media
The indications of transvaginal endoscopy for diagnosis and treatment of infertility S Gordts 30:53 0 Favorites Media
Complications in operative hysteroscopy V Tanos 17:38 0 Favorites Media
Complications of the laparoscopic route G Centini 17:18 0 Favorites Media1
Anatomy of pelvic spaces A Wattiez 33:38 0 Favorites Media2
Modern hysteroscopy for diagnosis and treatment (office hysteroscopy) R Campo 24:50 0 Favorites Media
Prevention and treatment of intrauterine adhesions V Tanos 12:40 0 Favorites Media
Hysteroscopic myomectomy and ART R Campo 27:16 0 Favorites Media
Laparoscopic promontofixation preserving the uterus A Wattiez, F Asencio, L Schwartz, I Argay, J Faria 28:38 0 Favorites Media

The theoretical content of the WINNERS PROJECT is accessible on WEBSURG. Each level contains a media list adapted to the trainee’s educational needs. For each item, some videos, lectures or operative techniques should be viewed.
All members can share impressions and concerns about endoscopy on the WINNERS pages on Facebook or Twitter. Members can ask for photos, presentations, videos, whatever is connected to endoscopy. Some questions and discussions are possible with the authors of the video on WeBSurg.

The WINNERS PROJECT is an educational program with 3 levels of progression. Each level has its own theoretical content and practical requirements. Each level is assessed by a theoretical exam and a practical test that lead to certification. After each item, a quiz is proposed: each quiz must be successfully completed to access certification.
Winners program:  information for fellows or mere observers.
Winners meetings/workshops/courses: all the info about upcoming courses, congresses or workshops with a calendar of events.
Winners live surgeries: live from different hospitals.

Professor Bruhat died on February 25, 2014. The whole endoscopic community that he created is mourning.
Professor Bruhat was the founding member of our Society. He had a true vision of the minimally invasive approach for gynaecologic surgeons. He wanted to make this approach accessible to all patients.
He was a visionary, tenacious and forceful man. He had to have such qualities to empower our surgical community with the skills and knowhow required to approach surgery. It was indeed necessary to elicit and gather such skills to benefit this project.
It is undoubtedly his scientific approach, his strong determination and his extraordinary charisma which originated in his highly success ful achievements.
Not only did he create our Society but he also guided it during its early years to bring it to the shape in which it is today.
A special tribute will be paid to Professor Bruhat during our annual congress in Brussels and the ESGE will keep on honouring his memory in the future.
The members of the administrative board and all members of our Society express their deepest grief and would like to address their sincere condolences to Professor Bruhat's family.
The members of our Society are all invited to write a message in the electronic condolence registry at the following address: http://www.esge.org/home/news/tribute-to-prof-bruhat

Prof. Arnaud Wattiez, ESGE Congress Chairman