(1) Background: Simulation-based training has revolutionized surgical education, providing a solution to the changing demands of surgical training and performance. The increasing demand for standardized training in robotic surgery has accelerated the adoption of simulation-based training as a necessary component of modern surgical education. This study examines the existing literature on training approaches employed in robot-assisted urological surgery; (2) Methods: The authors conducted a standardized search of online databases. Upon collecting the articles, the authors assessed their relevance and content before proceeding with the drafting of the text; (3) Results: The use of simulators is supported by convincing evidence that shows an advantage in the acquisition of robotic skills. Urological societies have created detailed training programs for robotic surgery that guide beginners through the entire process of skill acquisition; (4) Conclusions: The future landscape for robotic urology training is likely to involve organized, obligatory, and centralized training, which may be overseen by urologic associations.

Simulation and Training in Robot-Assisted Urological Surgery: From Model to Patient / Proietti, Flavia; Flammia, ROCCO SIMONE; Licari, LESLIE CLAIRE; Bologna, Eugenio; Anceschi, Umberto; Ferriero, MARIA CONSIGLIA; Tuderti, Gabriele; Mastroianni, Riccardo; Brassetti, Aldo; Simone, Giuseppe; Leonardo, Costantino. - In: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE. - ISSN 2077-0383. - (2024). [10.3390/jcm13061590]

Simulation and Training in Robot-Assisted Urological Surgery: From Model to Patient

Flavia Proietti;Rocco Simone Flammia;Leslie Claire Licari;Eugenio Bologna;Umberto Anceschi;Maria Consiglia Ferriero;gabriele tuderti;Riccardo Mastroianni;Aldo Brassetti;Costantino Leonardo
2024

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(1) Background: Simulation-based training has revolutionized surgical education, providing a solution to the changing demands of surgical training and performance. The increasing demand for standardized training in robotic surgery has accelerated the adoption of simulation-based training as a necessary component of modern surgical education. This study examines the existing literature on training approaches employed in robot-assisted urological surgery; (2) Methods: The authors conducted a standardized search of online databases. Upon collecting the articles, the authors assessed their relevance and content before proceeding with the drafting of the text; (3) Results: The use of simulators is supported by convincing evidence that shows an advantage in the acquisition of robotic skills. Urological societies have created detailed training programs for robotic surgery that guide beginners through the entire process of skill acquisition; (4) Conclusions: The future landscape for robotic urology training is likely to involve organized, obligatory, and centralized training, which may be overseen by urologic associations.
2024
dual console; robot-assisted surgery; robotic curricula; simulation; training; urology; virtual reality.
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Simulation and Training in Robot-Assisted Urological Surgery: From Model to Patient / Proietti, Flavia; Flammia, ROCCO SIMONE; Licari, LESLIE CLAIRE; Bologna, Eugenio; Anceschi, Umberto; Ferriero, MARIA CONSIGLIA; Tuderti, Gabriele; Mastroianni, Riccardo; Brassetti, Aldo; Simone, Giuseppe; Leonardo, Costantino. - In: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE. - ISSN 2077-0383. - (2024). [10.3390/jcm13061590]
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