About Advances in Surgery

The evolution of surgery constantly requires the inclusion of new approaches and new devices that enable the constant renewal, not only of the elements of surgery, but also of its very definition. Thus, the surgery of the future, hand in hand with innovation, must become the part of a structural alteration of the surgical continuous education processes, because of by the gap generated in between the creation of new approaches and procedures, the technical advances of the devices, the HCP learning curve and finally the adoption curve.

Dr. William Halsted's description of the teaching of surgery: “See one, do one, teach one", based on face-to-face, work-based learning, is not currently sustainable due to the regulation of the labor framework for surgical professionals in terms of working hours, as well as due to the need to take knowledge to every corner of the planet.

Surgery has advanced more in the last 15 years than in the previous 150, and only 3% of surgeons in the world can keep up to date (due to time, money and other restrictions).

"Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I may remember.
Involve me and I learn."

Benjamin Franklin

 At AIS we believe in facilitating free remote access to excellent surgical contents (synchronous or on demand) provided by the best international surgeons. This is the starting point to rewrite the rules of training and learning through the use of tools that combine technology and innovation. We believe in democratizing surgical and medical knowledge!

Since 2014, we have worked tirelessly to provide audiovisual and technical recordings and broadcasts and scientific validation of procedures, techniques, and new developments. We work with a constantly growing network of hospitals and key opinion leaders and validating academic and scientific societies. Our goal is to offer our work to everyone who needs it in the most technologically effective way possible.

Our goals:

  • Reduce the number of surgeons who have no access to quality ongoing training.
  • Constantly create and maintain an international network of leading surgeons in their specialties and their associated hospitals, universities, foundations, and societies who share the same mission.
  • Create and maintain platforms to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and speed up the learning curve for the adoption of new tools, techniques, and procedures and for the consolidation of basic surgical and medical knowledge.
  • Give universal access (at no cost) to a library of real time and on demand surgical learning and experiential contents, ranging from the basics to the latest procedures.
  • Constantly innovate in formats and contents to keep our community engaged.
  • Constantly explore new digital teaching methodologies and technologies.
  • Cover everything from mass training to selective learning through the use of existing or home-developed technologies, improving patient outcomes.

Advances in Surgery is a global surgical and medical knowledge-transferring, data-driven ecosystem, comprising a set of digital correlative platforms, with the purpose of facilitating access to high-quality content created by the world's best specialists. Its goal is to accelerate the training/learning curve so as to close the gap between innovation and adoption, through the use of behavioral analysis, artificial intelligence, active listening, and adaptive learning management systems.
Overall, the goal is to offer the highest clinical and audiovisual quality contents created by a global network of leading surgeons and HCP in their specialties (KOLs) and the most prestigious scientific societies, hospitals, foundations and universities to address 3 key main gaps:

  • Correct Setup
  • Surgical Alternatives
  • Self-Confidence