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Seminar: 6.02.141_3 Experimental and operative neurosurgery - Details
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Course name Seminar: 6.02.141_3 Experimental and operative neurosurgery
Subtitle
Course number 6.02.141_3
Semester Sommersemester 2022
Current number of participants 17
expected number of participants 3
Home institute Department of Psychology
participating institutes School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Courses type Seminar in category Teaching
First date Wed., 20.04.2022 09:00 - 18:00, Room: (evangelisches Krankenhaus Oldenburg, Dept Neurosurgery)
Type/Form
Participants Master students Neurocognitive Psychology
Pre-requisites 2G+ (fully vaccinated and tested)
Performance record answers to open questions to be handed in at the end of the seminar
Lehrsprache englisch
ECTS points 3

Course location / Course dates

(evangelisches Krankenhaus Oldenburg, Dept Neurosurgery) Wednesday. 20.04.22 - Friday. 22.04.22 09:00 - 18:00

Module assignments

  • Campusmanagementsystem Stud.IP
    • Neurocognitive Psychology - Master's Programme

Comment/Description

The course can be used for the Minor with 3 CP (psy141).

Neurocognition is affected in patients with different kinds of brain injury and brain lesions. We plan to introduce the daily activity in neurosurgery to the students with the profile of psychology and neurocognitive psychology.
Neurosurgery includes both non-operative management (eg, prevention, diagnosis—including image interpretation, interpretation of neurocognitive signs, neurological exploration and treatments such as neurocritical intensive care and rehabilitation) and operative management, for example, vascular surgery, functional and restorative surgery, tumor resections, including awake craniotomies and hydrocephalus, including its instrumentation.”
Although neurosurgery is fundamentally a surgical discipline, neurosurgery requires knowledge of psychology, neurology, critical care, trauma care, and neuroradiology.
Some patients require psychological assessment, example: patients with hydrocephalus, patients who suffered a severe brain injury, and patients who undergo large brain tumor operations and patients with require an awake craniotomy to preserve important brain functions.
Neurosurgical subspecialties include pediatric neurosurgery, spine surgery, neuroendovascular, cerebrovascular/skull base, neuro-oncology, pain, peripheral nerve, trauma, and functional neurosurgery. Neurosurgery is one of the most complex areas in medicine and attract some of the best and the brightest physicians. The most competitive neurosurgery departments perform research and interact scientifically with other areas, including psychology.
In this class, we will teach some neuroanatomy relevant for the area, and some examples of disorders of the human nervous system. Participants will see how an operation room works and how we get surgical access to the brain, and the principles of brain surgery.

Admission settings

The course is part of admission "Beschränkte Teilnehmendenanzahl: Experimental and operative neurosurgery".
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  • The following conditions must be met for enrolment:
    Subject is Neurocognitive Psychology

Registration mode

After enrolment, participants will manually be selected.

Please add a short motivation why you want to take part. Please indicate whether you need the course for your Minor. We will distribute places after February 28.