NICO supports your educational interests in-person, through on-site courses and in virtual training that allows you and your team to learn, practice and develop skills in a way most convenient and efficient for you.
Leading Edge Curriculum
- Appropriate Patient Selection
- Disease State Application
- Clinical & Economic Evidence
Hands-on Skills Lab
- Subcortical Parafascicular Access
- Evacuation & Resection
- Intraoperative Tissue Collection
- Emergency Medicine
MIPS training opportunities are held throughout the U.S. and at select international locations. Courses are designed for multi-disciplinary team training and include a leading-edge curriculum with appropriate patient selection, disease state applications, clinical and economic evidence, and a hands-on skills lab. Courses are led by peer neurosurgeons who have performed hundreds of cases using NICO technologies.
Training opportunities using NICO technologies in all surgical approaches are held on-site at healthcare institutions. This training allows your institution to gather interested constituents to participate in a leading-edge curriculum with appropriate patient selection, disease state applications, clinical and economic evidence, and a hands-on skills lab.
Educational programs for staff to ensure competency and comfort with technologies. Troubleshooting steps can be scheduled for on-site sessions.
It’s always our goal to complete case support on-site and in-person; however, we also offer virtual-remote case support to clinical teams for surgical preparation and during surgical procedures when necessary.
Notice in Regard to Courses – Our Response to COVID-19
- During this time of precaution didactic sessions will be delivered online
- A hands-on technique experience will be conducted at your institution to assist you in the implementation of this approach to your practice
All courses are led by thought-leading neurosurgeons who have performed hundreds of cases using NICO technologies. Find an option convenient for you!
|Date||Training Title||Location||Registration Link|
|Saturday, March 6, 2021||Minimally Invasive Parafascicular Surgery (MIPS)|
A Deficit-Sparing Approach