Minimally Invasive and Novel Therapeutics (MINT) 2024

Boston, MA US
September 8, 2024 to September 10, 2024

THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE


Current treatment strategies for patients with complex digestive disorders continue to evolve.  This is largely the result of growing technological advances in surgery and endoscopy. The goal of the Minimally Invasive and Novel Therapeutics (MINT) course is to inform physicians on how best to incorporate these technologies into their practice. Using a video-based format, our goal is technique transfer from world-renowned faculty to the community, hospital, endoscopy suite, and operating room. MINT offers an ideal mix of traditional standard-of-care principles with a balanced and unbiased view of new, cutting-edge information. This hybrid course (in-person and virtual) engages learners through video-based lectures with recordings of surgical and endoluminal therapies, along with lively multidisciplinary panel discussions.

Digestive disease management requires multidisciplinary care. This course intends to break the barriers of subspecialty medicine by bringing together gastroenterologists, surgeons, psychologists, APPs, nurses, and dietitians to learn from each other. Since many surgeons and endoscopists learn best by “doing”, this course offers hands-on skills sessions in both endoluminal therapies and surgical techniques taught by national and international experts.

Target Audience

This activity is intended for Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Dieticians, Physician Assistants, and other members of the healthcare team.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Apply new knowledge in the management of patients with foregut disease, abdominal wall hernias, and pancreaticobiliary disease.
  2. Develop treatment strategies based on current evidence and expert opinion.
  3. Compare and contrast standard-of-care management with cutting-edge treatments.
  4. Recognize the unique roles and contributions of various healthcare professionals within the multidisciplinary foregut team.
  5. Collaborate effectively among multidisciplinary team members to improve patient outcomes.

Maintenance of Certification (MOC)

American Board of Surgery (ABS) MOC Recognition Statement
Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the learner to earn credit toward the CME requirement of the American Board of Surgery’s Continuous Certification program. It is the CME activity provider's responsibility to submit learner completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABS credit.

American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) MOC Recognition Statement
Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 16.75 MOC point in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.


 

Additional Information

Provided by: 

Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Mass General Brigham

Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 16.75 ABIM MOC II
  • 16.75 ABS Accredited CME
  • 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 16.75 Nursing Contact Hours
  • 16.75 Participation
Course opens: 
03/22/2024
Course expires: 
10/10/2024
Event starts: 
09/08/2024 - 8:00am EDT
Event ends: 
09/10/2024 - 4:30pm EDT
Cost:
$400.00

*Agendas are subject to change*

Sunday, September 8, 2024 | NO CREDIT

7:00 am

Introduction to course & Welcome

7:15 

Resident/Fellow robotic hands-on sessions |
Co-Directors
Hassan Mashbari & Eran Brauner

Panelists/Faculty
Susana Wishnia
Elan Witkowski
Ankit Patel
Aman Ali
Nari Sabeti
Hany Takla
Prakash Gatta  
Mario Gonçalves  

12:00 pm

Lunch 

Resident Didactic Session
1:00pm - 5:00pm

1:00

Back to Basics Anatomy Session | David Lourié

1:30

How to Build a Practice and Get Referrals | Susana Wishnia

1:50

Q&A

2:00

Negotiation Skills | Aman Ali

2:20

Simulation and Synthetic Models in Surgical Education | Mario Gonçalves  

2:30

How to Handle Complications | Eric Pauli

2:50

Q&A

3:00

Robotic Surgeon: A marketing tool or a real edge? | Ankit Patel

3:30Technique Transfer: Tips and Tricks | Rahul Mahadar; Pawanindra Lal; Prakash Gatta

4:15

MINT Video Abstract Competition

5:00 pm

Adjournment of Resident Didactic Session

 

Attending Hands on Robotic Surgery Session
1:00pm - 6:00pm

Panelists/Faculty: Suha Kaaki; Ankit Patel; Aman Ali; Susana Wishnia; Eran Brauner; Prakash Gatta; Mario Gonçalves  

 

Monday, September 9, 2024

8:00amIntroduction to Course & Welcome | Charu Paranjape & Kumar Krishnan
The Complex Esophageal Patient  

8:15

Persistent Dysphagia |
Speakers: Charu Paranjape & Kumar Krishnan

Panelists: Dana Telem; John Pandolfino; Elan Witkowski; Kumar Krishnan; Charu Paranjape

8:45

Role and Choice of Antireflux Surgery in Patients with Barrett’s Esophagus |
Speaker: Dana Telem

Panelists: John Pandolfino; Elan Witkowski; Kumar Krishnan; Charu Paranjape; Suha K. Kaaki

9:05

Complex POEM: Tips and Tricks |
Speaker: John DeWitt

Panelists: Kumar Krishnan; Elan Witkowski; Uzma Siddiqui; Reem Sharaiha

9:25

Keynote Address: EndoFLIP in 2024- What the Practicing Endoscopist and Surgeon Needs to Know | John Pandolfino

9:55

BREAK

Innovative Strategies to Manage Foregut Disease

10:05

Management of Foregut Leak and Fistula | 
Speakers: Charu Paranjape & Kumar Krishnan

Panelists: Eric Pauli; Ali Tavakkoli; John Pandolfino; Reem Sharaiha

10:25

Redo Redo Redo vs Redo Redo Bypass |
Speakers: Ankit Patel & Rana Pullatt

Panelists: Eric Pauli; Ali Tavakkoli; Charu Paranjape; Kumar Krishnan; Uzma Siddiqui; Reem Sharaiha

10:45

From Novice to Expert: Improving your skillset in POEM |

Speaker: Kumar Krishnan

Panelists: Eric Pauli; John DeWitt; Uzma Siddiqui; Reem Sharaiha

11:05

PORSHA Flap |
Speakers: Yalini Vigneswaran & Roy Patankar

Panelists: Charu Paranjape; Yusef Kudsi; Dana Telem

11:35

Remote Robotic Platforms | 
Speakers: Charu Paranjape & Vivek Bindal

Panelists: Denise Gee; Yalini Vigneswaran; Roy Patankar

11:55

Keynote Address: Bringing law and order to the Wild West | Dana Telem

12:25pm

Wrap up and Questions

12:30pm

LUNCH BREAK

1:30

Endoluminal Hands-on Session (rotating stations)
1:30pm - 5:00pm

Station 1: ESD | Uzma Siddiqui
Station 2: POEM | Elan Witkowski
Station 3: Overstitch | Reem Sharaiha
Station 4: EUS Axios | John DeWitt
Station 5: FTRD | Industry
Station 6: LAP CBDE | Eric Pauli & Susana Wishnia
Station 7: TIF | Charu Paranjape
Station 8: ZPOEM | Kumar Krishnan
Station 9: endoFLIP | John Pandolfino

APP/RN Session: MINT Multidisiplinary Team
1:30pm - 4:15pm

Co-Directors: Alexandra Maltby & Priyanca Waghmarae

1:30Complex Esophageal Case/Barrett's Esophagus | Adham Saad; Jennifer Lopes-DeCarvalho; Priyanca Waghmarae
2:00Complex Biliary Case | Hany Takla; Kendal Towle; Priyanca Waghmarae
2:30OR Efficiency | Shannon Gagnon & Pawan Lal
3:00BREAK
3:10Complex Bariatric Case | Rana Pullatt; Kendal Towle; Nari Sabeti
3:40Complex Hernia Case | Yusef Kudsi; Christina Warne; Emily Letendre
4:10Wrap up and questions
4:15pmAdjourn

 

Tuesday, September 10, 2024

MINT Bariatric   

Panelists: Denise Gee; Ali Tavakkoli; Sheila Partridge; Reem Sharaiha; Abdelrahman Nimeri; Hany Takla

8:00amWeight regain after RYGB: options and challenges | Abdelrahman Nimeri
8:20Surgical management of sleeve fistula and chronic complications after bariatric surgery | Rana Pullatt
8:40Revisional Bariatric Surgery: When/ How/ Why? | Omar Ghanem
9:00Novel Innovations in Bariatric Surgery | Mohit Bhandari
9:20Novel Innovations in Bariatric Endoscopy | Reem Sharaiha
9:40Pharmacotherapy For Weight Loss in 2024 and Beyond | Lee Kaplan
10:00LINX after Bariatric Surgery | Ashraf Maghrabi
10:15BREAK
MINT Multidisciplinary Management: Pancreaticobiliary

Panelists: John DeWitt, Uzma Siddiqui, Kumar Krishnan, Reem Sharaiha, Charu Paranjape

10:25Stones in the Postoperative Patient | Uzma Siddiqui
10:45EUS Biliary Drainage: How To | John DeWitt
11:05All in One Approach: Lap CBDE to the Rescue? | Eric Pauli
11:25Percutaneous Management of Strictures and Stones | Ralph Weisslader
11:45Multidisciplinary Management of Complex Pancreatitis | Peter Fagenholz
12:15pmLUNCH
MINT Hernia and Abdominal Wall

Co-Directors: Hany Takla & Elan Witkowski

12:45

Know Your Anatomy for the Attending Surgeon |
Speaker: David Lourié

Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani

1:05

New Robotic Platforms: Comparisons, Advantages, and Challenges |
Speaker: Vivek Bindal
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani

1:20How to Navigate Complex Hernia as a New Attending? | 
Speaker: Kathryn Schlosser
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani
1:35AWR in 2024: What’s out there to know?
Speaker: Yusef Kudsi
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani
1:50E-TEP Inguinal Hernia Repair - Troubleshooting
Speaker: Jignesh Gandhi
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani
2:05Abdominal Fistula in the IBD Patient |
Speakers: Ashwin Ananthakrishnan & Rocco Ricciardi
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani
2:25Measuring Individual Performance and Quality Data to Better Your Hernia Practice | 
Speaker: Yalini Vigneswaran
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington; Ramesh Punjani
2:35TAR gone wrong; can I fix it? | 
Speaker: Michael DeWane
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington
2:50

Lateral Hernias: Ten Things You Should Know |
Speaker: Pramod Shinde
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington

3:00

Surgeon’s Edge: AI Tool for the Modern Surgeon | 
Speaker: Ashvind Bawa
Panelists: Matthew Hutter; Dana Telem; B. Ramana; Nora Fullington

3:10BREAK
MINT Hernia
3:20Weight loss and AWR: too idealistic? |
Speaker: Sharad Sharma
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
3:30Eliminating chronic pain after inguinal hernia surgery | 
Speaker: Nora Fullington
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
3:45Mesh Infections: Does Experience Match with Evidence? | 
Speaker: Deepak Subramanian
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
3:55The abdominal catastrophe |
Speaker: B. Ramana
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
4:10RIF Hernias: Many Ways to Skin It |
Speaker: Sanjay Sonar
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
4:20Hernia centers of excellence: a marketing gimmick or useful quality initiative? |
Speaker: Elan Witkowski
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
4:30Parastomal Hernias: A Short Ride | 
Speaker: Premkumar Balachandran
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
4:40The most useful tools for the MIS hernia surgeon | 
Speaker: Rahul Mahadar
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
4:50Post liver transplant hernias: surgical considerations | 
Speaker: Rajesh Shrivastava
Panelists: George Velmahos; Nari Sabeti; Pramod Shinde; Michael Reinhorn; Susana Wishnia
5:00pmAdjourn

 

Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St James Ave.
Boston, MA 02116
United States

NOTE: Sunday 9/8 will be held at a different location, TBD

Course Directors

Charu Paranjape, MBBS
Faculty at Harvard Medical School
Program Director, Robotic Education,
Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Chair and Chief of General Surgery
Mass General Brigham,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Kumar Krishnan, MD
Assistant professor of Medicine,
Harvard Medical School;
Director of Endoscopic Innovation, Technology and Education,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Hany Takla, MD, FACS, FASMBS, DABS-FPMBS
General & Bariatric Surgeon
Medical Director of Surgical services
Chair Department of Surgery
General Surgery Dover I Center for Weight Management and Bariatric Surgery
Wentworth Douglass Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital

 

Faculty

Abdelrahman Nimeri, MD, FACS
Gastrointestinal and General Surgery,
Director of Bariatric Surgery, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Adham Saad, MD, FACS
Assistant Professor, Surgery
Fellow, Minimally Invasive Surgery
University of South Florida Health

Alexandra Maltby, PA-C
General Surgery Physician Assistant,
Department of Surgery,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Ali Tavakkoli, MD
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School;
Chief, Division of General and GI Surgery,
Co-Director, Center for Weight Management and Wellness,
Program Director, Advanced Minimally Invasive Fellowship,
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Aman Ali, MD
Bariatric Surgery, General Surgery,
Department of Surgery, Houston Methodist

Ankit Patel, MD
General and Bariatric surgeon,
Associate professor of Surgery
Emory University

Ashraf Maghrabi, MD, FRCSC
President, Saudi General Surgery Society 
Associate Professor of Surgery 
Thoracic, Foregut and Bariatric Surgeon 
King Abdulaziz University Hopsital

Ashvind Bawa, MS, FACS
Professor Surgery
Dayanand Medical College and Hospital
Ludhiana, Punjab, India

Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, MBBS, MPH
Gastroenterologist,
Massachusetts General Hospital

B. Ramana, MBSS, MS, FRCS, FACS, FIBC, FISA
General and hernia surgery 
Goulburn Valley Health, Shepparton, Victoria, Australia
Founder and President of AWR Surgeons Community

Dana Telem, MD
Section Head of General Surgery,
Associate Chair for Quality and Patient Safety,
Lazar J. Greenfield Professor of Surgery,
University of Michigan Health

David Lourié, MD
Director of MIS program at Huntington Hospital 

Deepak Subramanian, MD
Clinical Lead, Dept of Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery
MGM HEALTHCARE, Chennai

Denise Gee, MD
Bariatric Surgeon
Vice Chair of Clinical Operations, Department of Surgery,
Surgical Director, Mass General Weight Center,
Section Head, Swallowing,
Heartburn and Esophageal Disease Program, Massachusetts General Hospital

Elan Witkowski, MD, MS
Gastrointestinal Surgeon,
Head, Hernia Center,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Emily Letendre, PA-C
Department of Surgery,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Eran Brauner, MD
General Surgery, Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Eric Pauli, MD, FACS, FASGE
David L. Nahrwold Professor of Surgery
Chief, Division of Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery
Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs
Director of Abdominal Wall Surgery
Program Director, Abdominal Wall Surgery Fellowship
Department of Surgery
Penn State Health

George Velmahos, MD, PhD
John F. Burke Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School;
Division Chief of Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Hassan Mashbari, MD
Assistant professor in Surgery,
General Surgery Residency Program Director,
Director, Clinical Simulation & Life Support Center,
Jazan University

Jignesh Gandhi, MD
Senior Consultant,
Robotic, GI & Laparoscopic Surgeon,
Gleneagles Hospital | Mumbai

Jennifer Lopes, RN
Endoscopy Registered Nurse,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

John DeWitt, MD
Professor of Medicine,
Director of Endoscopic Ultrasound,
Indiana University Health

John Pandolfino, MD
Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in the Department of Medicine,
Hans Popper Professor,
Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology),
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Kathryn Schlosser, MD
General Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Lee Kaplan, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School;
Director, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital

Mario Gonçalves  

Matthew Hutter, MD, MPH, MBA
Professor in Surgery, Harvard Medical School;
Gastrointestinal Surgeon | Bariatric Surgeon | Laparoscopic/Minimally Invasive Surgeon
Director of the Codman Center for Clinical Effectiveness in Surgery,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Michael DeWane, MD
General Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital

Michael "Micki" Reinhorn, MD, MBA
Co-Founder - Boston Hernia
Associate Clinical Professor in Surgery, Tufts University
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Mohit Bhandari, MS, DMAS, FICS, FIAGES, FALS
Director Mohak Bariatrics and Robotics, Indore, India

Nari Sabeti, MD
General and Gastrointestinal Surgery, Weight Loss (Bariatric) Surgery
Medical Director, Surgical Weight Loss Program
Salem Hospital 

Nora Fullington, MD
Partner, Boston Hernia
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Omar Ghanem, MD
Chair, Division of Metabolic and abdominal wall reconstructive surgery 
Associate professor of Surgery
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Pawanindra Lal, MD
Department of Surgery,
Maulana Azad Medical College

Peter Fagenholz, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School;
Pancreatic and General Surgeon,
Surgical Director, MGH Pancreatitis Treatment Center,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Pramod Shinde, MD
Bariatric Surgeon, General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon,
Kaushalya Hospital & Research Centre | Nashik

Prakash Gatta, MD
Texas Christian University, Brunette School of Medicine,
Fort Worth, TX

Premkumar Balachandran, MD
Clinical Lead, Apollo Institutes of Hernia Surgery and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
 Apollo Hospitals

Priyanca Waghmarae, PA-C
Outpatient Gastroenterology, Massachusetts General Hospital

Rahul Mahadar, MD
Senior Gastrointestinal Surgeon,
Jeevanshree Hospital

Rajesh Shrivastava, MD
Bariatric & Laparoscopic Surgeon

Ralph Weissleder, MD, PhD
Thrall Family Professor of Radiology,
Professor of Systems Biology,
Harvard Medical School;
Center for Systems Biology,
Radiologist, Interventional Radiology,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Rana Pullat, MD, FACS, FASMBS
Professor of Surgery,
Director of Bariatrics and Robotic Surgery
Division Chief of Foregut and Metabolic Surgery,
Medical University of South Carolina

Reem Sharaiha, MD, MSc
Gastroenterology, Weill Cornell Medicine

Rocco Ricciardi, MD
Colorectal Surgeon | Gastrointestinal Surgeon
Chief, Section of Colon and Rectal Surgery,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Roy Patankar, MD
Director and Administrative Head,
Zen Multispeciality Hospital

Sanjay Sonar, MD
General Surgeon, Godrej Memorial Hospital | Mumbai

Sharad Sharma, MD
Bariatric Surgeon, Fortis Hospital Mulund | Mumbai

Sheila Partridge, MD
General Surgery, Bariatric Surgery,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Suha K. Kaaki, MD, FRCSC FACS
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Program Director, Thoracic Surgery Fellowship Thoracic and Foregut Surgeon
King Saud University Medical City 

Susana Wishnia, MD
General Surgery, Bariatric Surgery,
Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Uzma Siddiqui, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director, Endoscopic Ultrasound and Advanced Endoscopy Training
Director, Center for Endoscopic Research & Therapeutics
University of Chicago Medicine

Vivek Bindal, MD
Director & Head,
Max Institute of Minimal Access, Bariatric & Robotic Surgery

Yalini Vigneswaran, MD
Advanced GI and Bariatric Surgery
Surgical Director of Education Institute
Program Director of Esophageal Diseases
University of Chicago Medicine

Yusef Kudsi, MD, MBA, FACS,
Gastrointestinal and General Surgery,
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Shannon Gagnon, RN
Operating room RN
MGB-Wentworth Douglass Hospital 

Christina Warne, DPT, PT
Rehabilitation and physical therapy 
MGB-Wentworth Douglass Hospital 

Kendal Towle, APRN
General and Bariatric surgery
MGB-Wentworth Douglass Hospital 

Ramesh Punjani, MS, FACS, FICS, FMAS, FIAGES
General, Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgeon,
Special Interest: Hernia & Abdominal Wall Reconstruction,
Director: Pooja Nursing Home Pvt. Ltd.
Senior Surgeon: Fortis Hospital, Mulund
Visiting Surgeon: Jupiter Hospital; Breach Candy Hospital; P D Hinduja National Hospital, Mahim
Director: Master Hernia Course, IMMAST, Worli, Mumbai

In support of improving patient care, Mass General Brigham is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Credit Designation Statements

AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
Mass General Brigham designates this live activity for a maximum of 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Nursing
Mass General Brigham designates this activity for 16.75 ANCC contact hours. Nurses should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Available Credit

  • 16.75 ABIM MOC II
  • 16.75 ABS Accredited CME
  • 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 16.75 Nursing Contact Hours
  • 16.75 Participation

Price

Cost:
$400.00
Please login or register to take this course.
Physicians 

Registration Type

Early Bird Tuition Fees
(until June 22, 2024)

Regular Tuition Fees

Didactic MINT course ONLY
(Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

(In person or virtual CME credit)

$350.00

$400.00

Didactic MINT course AND Hands-On Endoluminal (Monday 9/9)

$550.00

$600.00

Didactic MINT course AND Hands-On Robotics
(Sunday 9/8)

$1,050. 00

$1,100.00

Hands-On Robotics (Sunday 9/8)
Hands-On Endoluminal (Monday 9/9)
Didactic MINT course (Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

$1,250.00

$1,300.00

International Physicians - Didactic MINT course ONLY
(Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

N/A

$250.00

International Physicians - Didactic MINT course AND Hands-On Robotics (Sunday 9/8)N/A$950.00
International Physicians - Didactic MINT AND Hands-On Endoluminal
(Monday 9/9)
N/A$450.00
International Physicians
Hands-On Robotics (Sunday 9/8)
Hands-On Endoluminal (Monday 9/9)
Didactic MINT course (Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)
N/A$1,400.00

Virtual Attendance - Didactic MINT course ONLY

NO CME

N/A

$25.00

 

United States Residents & Fellows

Registration Type

Early Bird Tuition Fees
(until June 1, 2024)

Regular Tuition Fees

Didactic MINT course ONLY
(Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

(In person or virtual CME credit)

N/A

$75.00

Didactic MINT course AND Hands-On Endoluminal
(Monday 9/9)

N/A

$75.00

Resident Didactic Session & Hands-On Robotics
(Sunday 9/8) (includes lunch)
Didactic MINT course (Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)
Hands-On Endoluminal (Monday 9/9)

 N/A

$75.00

Residents -
Resident Didactic Session & Hands-On Robotics (Sunday 9/8)
Didactic MINT course (Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

N/A 

$75.00

Residents -
Resident Didactic Session & Hands-On Robotics
(Sunday 9/8)

N/A

$75.00

Virtual Attendance - Didactic MINT course ONLY

NO CME

N/A

$25.00

 

Nurses, APPs, & Allied Health Professionals

Registration Type

Early Bird Tuition Fees
(until June 1, 2024)

Regular Tuition Fees

Didactic MINT course ONLY
(Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

(In person or virtual CME credit)

$100.00

$150.00

Virtual Attendance - Didactic MINT course ONLY

NO CME

N/A

$25.00

 

Industry

Registration Type

Early Bird Tuition Fees
(until June 1, 2024)

Regular Tuition Fees

Didactic MINT course ONLY
(Monday 9/9 & Tuesday 9/10)

(In person or virtual CME credit)

N/A

$400.00

 

Cancellation Policy:
Registrations cancelled on or before August 26, 2024 will be refunded, less a $50 administrative fee. Registrations cancelled after August 26, 2024 will not be refunded.

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