Skip to 0 minutes and 11 secondsMICHIEL WAGEMAKERS: Hi. My name is Michiel Wagemakers. I'm a neurosurgeon here at the University Medical Centre Groningen. During this course, I will be talking to you about the decision making during awake surgery and some anatomy of the brain.
Skip to 0 minutes and 25 secondsGEA DROST: I'm Gea Drost. I'm a neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist, and in this course, I will talk about direct electrical cortical stimulation and about how to record brain activity during and after awake surgery.
Skip to 0 minutes and 43 secondsANTHONY ABSALOM: My name is Anthony Absalom, and it's my pleasure to be involved in this course. I'm an anesthesiologist, and so I am involved in the course to explain to you the role of the anesthesiologist, which is to keep the patient safe and comfortable throughout the procedure.
Skip to 0 minutes and 59 secondsWENCKE VEENSTRA: My name is Wencke Veenstra. I'm a neuropsychologist and a clinical linguist. I'm involved in pre- and post-operative neuropsychological assessment in patients who apply for awake surgery. In this course, I will teach you about the tailor-made approach for task selections for patients who apply for awake surgery.
Getting to know each other
Curious to know who will be part of the educator team next to Prof. Roelien Bastiaanse? Watch this video to get a short introduction of the medical team!
Check out the educator’s profiles already and follow them to stay uptodate:
Neurolinguist Prof. Roelien Bastiaanse
Neurosurgeon Dr. Michiel Wagemakers
Neurologist & Clinical Neurophysiologist Dr. Gea Drost
Anesthesiologist Prof. Anthony Absalom
Neuropsychologist & Clinical linguist Wencke Veenstra MSc
We would also like to introduce to your mentor, Pauline Cuperus, who will be on hand to support you in your learning.
The course was co-developed with the help of online learning design specialist Tom Spits.
Finally, we would like to know who is joining us in this course! Use the comment section to introduce yourself. We would like to know what your background is, what brought you to this course, and what you hope to get out of it.
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