This survey of surgeons and residents in the Caribbean demonstrates
the current level of training in minimally invasive surgery (MIS) and
the challenges faced in incorporating MIS into surgical training.
ABSTRACT Background: There has been debate as to the feasibility of incorporating minimally invasive surgery (MIS) into surgical practice in developing countries due to resource and training limitations. Our study establishes the current and desired state of MIS training in surgical residency programmes in the Caribbean.
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