Health care skills
The Institute offers a full curriculum of training and professional development courses so medical professionals can maintain high levels of competency.
The Institute features
- latest technology to teach and test knowledge
- surgeons, residents or entire OR teams can use hands-on tools and patient simulators to rehearse and refine technical skills
- realistic training environment before using them in a live operating room
When new medical devices are invented, the Institute allows surgeons to master the necessary surgical techniques before using them on a patient.
Beaumont has designed and hosted educational workshops for the Southeast Michigan Continuing Medical Education (SEMCME) consortium of general surgery residents in the region. Participants have honed surgical skills in areas such as
- hemodynamic monitoring
- knot tying techniques
Other programs include leading-edge training for practicing surgeons and residents in
- joint procedures
- minimally invasive heart surgery
- minimally invasive orthopedic surgery
- robotic surgery for urologic, gynecologic and thoracic disease
Beaumont is one of a small number of centers across the country to offer important training in Advanced Trauma Operative Management or ATOM. This course for senior surgical residents provides intensive, hands-on training in advanced lifesaving surgical skills.
Training in trauma resuscitation uses TeamSTEPPSTM, a packaged education tool developed by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.