This video series includes how-to videos from the Behind the Knife team for right and left-handed learners. Worried about your performance in the operating room? Don’t be! These videos cover everything you need to know with clear, easy-to-follow instructions. From two-handed knot tying to a running subcuticular stitch to closing a laparoscopic port site, we’ve got your back.
These educational videos will describe the necessary equipment, methods of managing equipment inventory, and various methods for “wire-ready cholangiography” as a set up to several interventional techniques for transcystic laparoscopic common bile duct exploration.
Are you a colorectal surgery junkie? If so, you will love this CRS Virtual Education Series. Tune in for truly high-level discussions on contemporary topics in colorectal surgery.
Microlearning – so hot right now. Enjoy this exceptional collection of videos from the University of Michigan’s Transplant Research Education and Engagement (TREE) team.
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Perfect practice makes perfect. From surgical instruments to tying knots, Behind the Knife Surgical Skills Boot Camp has got you covered.
Let Behind the Knife take the stress out of studying for the ABSITE with our high-yield review material. These videos are the perfect companion to our podcast and book.
It can be challenging to stay up to date with the literature. That’s why we created the Landmark Paper Journal Cast. Watch these videos from our partners at the Resident Associate Society of the American College of Surgeons for a succinct analysis of seminal papers in surgery.
Mastery of bedside procedures is a requirement for surgical trainees. These videos provide a high-level, step-by-step approach to common procedures like chest tube placement and central line insertion.
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Sep 27, 2023

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