CCrISP (Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patients)

General Medicine

Introduction

With great pleasure we would like to announce that Nitte (Deemed to be University) is now an internationally recognised Training Centre for CCrISP (Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patients) course in collaboration with The Royal College of Surgeons of England.



Course Director:
Dr. K.R. Bhagavan
Professor & HOD
Dept.of.General Surgery
KSHEMA

Course co ordinator
Dr. A. G. Jayakrishnann
Professor & HOD
Dept. of. Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery
KSHEMA

Course co ordinator
Dr. Praveen M Pawar
Associate Professor
Dept.of.General Surgery
KSHEMA

Course Content

CCrISP is a two-day interactive course (including mandatory, pre-course e-learning) covering the practical skills and knowledge needed to look after surgical patients including those who are deteriorating or at risk of doing so. CCrISP course aims to provide instruction in the management of critically ill and potentially ill surgical patients. It provides the participants with a common-sense, consensual and safe approach to surgical critical care. It emphasises a systematic approach to the assessment and management of patients and their problems rather than providing detailed knowledge of individual surgical conditions. This will help the trainee to identify the patients at risk of deterioration and to prevent the development of serious complications and multiple organ failure.

Highlights of the Course
An aide-memoire for success is to:
  • ACCEPT responsibility for patient management.
  • ADOPT a systematic approach to patient assessment.
  • APPRECIATE that complications tend to cascade rapidly.
  • ANTICIPATE and prevent complications with simple, timely actions.
  • APPLY effective communication skills to facilitate patient care.
  • ASK for appropriate assistance in a timely manner.
Participants:
The course is targeted at postgraduate trainees from surgical specialities preferably second year and above and Surgical Consultants. The course is designed for 16 participants on first come first basis. The participants are expected to read the Handbook before the commencement of the course and are required to complete a pre-course test.

Assessment:
To complete the course satisfactorily, the participants must:
  • Attend the entire course
  • Demonstrate adequate knowledge of the principles of surgical critical care
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage a simulated critically ill surgical patient adequately

General information:
Course fees – Rs 20,000/-

Name of the Account

Nitte Deemed to be University

Account No

02452200037956

Name and Address of the Bank

Canara Bank, ABSMIDS Branch, Deralakatte

SWIFT Code

CNRBINBBBFD

IFSC/RTGS

CNRB0010245

Branch Code

10245

CCrISP.php

MICR Code

575015123

Email

cb10245@canarabank.com

GST No

29AABTN0060A1Z5


  • Payment can be made through above mentioned modes, preferably NEFT or RTGS. If payment is made through Cheque or DD the original copy has to be sent to Nitte University by post. In such cases the registration will be confirmed only on receiving the hard copy of the DD or cheque. On the post cover, please mention "Cheque / DD copy for CCrISP Course registration"

  • Postal Address to send Cheque or DD :
    Dr K R Bhagavan
    Professor and Head
    Department of General Surgery
    CCrISP course Director
    Academic block
    K S Hegde Medical Academy
    Deralakatte 575018
    Mangalore

  • Participants will receive a Certificate from The Royal College of Surgeons of England, after successful completion of the course.
  • A hard copy of Student Manual will be provided and soft copy will be sent by The Royal College of Surgeons of England.
  • Breakfast, Tea and Lunch are provided during the course.
  • The travel and accommodation to be arranged by the candidates themselves.
  • Course fee will not be refunded, once the registration is confirmed.

Contact details

Dr Praveen M Pawar
9886083170
ccrlsp.kshema@nitte.edu.in

FAQ

1) What is CCrISP course?
CCrISP is a two- day interactive course (including mandatory, pre-course e-learning) covering the practical skills and knowledge needed to look after surgical patients including those who are deteriorating or at risk of doing so.

2) Is it a online course or Off-line course?
It is a off-line course. However participant must have a eligible score in pre-course mcq test.

3) How many participants can participate per course?
16 participants. (First come first basis)

4) Who can apply for the course?
The course is targeted at post graduate trainees from surgical specialities preferably second year and above and surgical consultants.

5) Is there a course fees?
Yes. A nominal fees of rupees 20,000 per candidate.

6) How to register to CCrISP course?
Register in NITTE website. Once your registration is confirmed NITTE University will register your candidature in RCS. After which you will be given access to RCS account.

7) Is there a assessment during the course?
Yes

8) Can a candidate fail in course?
Yes. If the performance is not upto the standards a candidate may be given a fail.

9) What to do if candidate fails?
The candidate should pass in the next course to avail certificate. However whether candidate has to resit for complete course or a part of the course will be decided by the Course Director after discussing with the faculty.

10) Do I get a certificate for completion of course?
Yes. After successful completion of course you will receive a certificate from Royal College of Surgeons of England.

11) What is the validity of certificate?
It is valid for life time.

12) Where can I get the information about CCrISP course?
The complete information of the course is available in RCS website: https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/ or https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/courses/

Upcoming Courses

  • 29th & 30th August 2024 | The last day for registration is 10th July 2024
  • Between 28th & 30th November 2024
  • Between 27th & 29th March 2025