25 May 2017AIS Channel’s educational world achievements were recognized at the European chapter of IFSO 2017
AIS CHANNEL’s educational achievements have been recognized at the European Chapter of IFSO 2017 held in Naples, Italy in May 2017. The interest aroused by the presentation of our online-based training model is a reflection of the enthusiasm of the surgical community for the implementation of new technologies in the service of education. With this recognition, the AIS Channel is encouraged even more to continue to work towards universal training, and will soon open new sections. Thus we will become a tool for excellence not only in the teaching of bariatric surgery, but in the teaching of any surgeon.
4 May 2017The Hospital Clinic implements a preHabilitation program that reduces postoperative complications in high-risk patients by 50%
The Hospital Clinic in Barcelona implements a prehabilitation program that reduces postoperative complications in high-risk surgical patients by 50%. Rafael Nadal, the Majorcan tennis player, has given a crucial boost to this project, facilitating a partnership agreement between the hospital, AIS Channel and the company Technogym which has made it possible provided state-of-the-art technology for the facilities.
27 April 2017In Memoriam Vic Fazio
During the 15th live congress in memoriam Victor Fazio, world experts discussed the updates in the innovative approach for rectal cancer, transanal total mesorectal excision (TaTME). The event was followed by over 16,000 live users from 99 countries, an impressive number that reflects the continuously growing interest of the surgical community in our live events. Once again, AIS Channel has been able to bring the best education to every corner of the world from the hands of the best surgeons.
2 March 2017Shaping the future of Surgery: AIS Channel is committed to teaching Medical Students
Providing the best teaching to the new generations of medical students is crucial to achieve the best care for our patients and for the development of surgical sciences. AIS Channel’s commitment to surgical teaching does not involve surgeons across the world only, but also doctors in training and medical students.
23 February 2017AIS Channel will bring Cleveland Clinic DDSI Week 2017 to every corner of the world
AIS Channel is committed to the universalization of surgical knowledge. During the last Cleveland Clinic DDSI Week 2017, AIS Channel participated both in workshops and lectures with the objective again of bringing the best education around the world.
7 February 2017A new 3D visualization system has been used at the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona
Technological improvements in the various systems involved in surgical procedures make progress possible. This results in improved patient outcomes.
26 January 2017AIS Channel is now partnering with the most important surgical societies around the world
Pursuing its mission of delivering the best of the best, AIS Channel is partnering with the most important surgical societies and their congresses all over the world. This is another clear example of AIS Channel’s commitment to constantly investing in Global, Free and Excellent Education, which should certainly be a top priority.
5 January 2017AIS Channel 2016 Live Surgeries
AIS Channel has beaten its own record, broadcasting more than 25 live events during 2016, from locations ranging from Chile to Taiwan. Various colorectal, bariatric, and endocrine procedures were streamed live, highlighting the transanal approach for rectal diseases and the bariatric revisional procedures. The year ended with the Winter Event in London, which was followed live by more than 25,000 viewers from 102 countries. These accomplishments make the AIS team very proud and motivate us to continue to work hard in 2017.
29 December 2016Worldwide experts talk about AIS Channel
In this video, we will see some members of the AIS Board give their views on the spectacular global revolution which AIS Channel has brought about in the world of surgical teaching.
22 December 2016The ultimate surgical challenge in rectal cancer was broadcast worldwide through AIS Channel
In early December 2016, AIS Channel broadcast the ultimate surgical challenge, comparing different surgical treatments for rectal cancer. An amazing group of world leaders in rectal cancer surgery were brought together at UCLH in London (UK).