Laparoscopic Training Course


Training program for 15 days at MyraIVF

At MyraIVF, Delhi – India we provide training to doctors & embryologists on selected criteria. We, are one of the best IVF research institute in India which provides live training program to doctors and embryologists. We have a certificate program for doctors who live abroad and a training mandate also. Doctors can be selected on the basis of Myra IVF discretion where Dr. Sarita Sukhija provides sessions in phases.


Courses at a Glance

Establishment of a standardised and quality control-based training system for gynaecological laparoscopy

1. Endoscopy surgery :-


  • Diagnostic Laparoscopy
  • Adhesioolysis
  • Drilling of ovaries
  • Chocolate Cyst
  • Cystectomy
  • Myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
  • Hydrosalpinx – tubal ligation


This course is an intensive practical skills course with plenty of opportunity to practice in the laboratory, using high-quality laparoscopic equipment on bench-top models specifically designed for the course. Feedback and formative assessment is also provided to help each individual’s progress.

Additional Information

If you are attending this course as a participant in a non-training grade, this course has been allocated 18 CPD points counting towards your Continuing Professional Development.

Why take this course?

Laparoscopic skills are an essential part of all surgical disciplines and this course will give you the basic grounding, theory and practical skills you need for commencing and developing a safe laparoscopic practice.

Enroll Now!

Over the last decades, a variety of training programs and models in gynaecological laparoscopy has been developed. These programs and models are currently being used in academic and non-academic training centres. Thus far, the results are promising with high satisfaction rates among participants.
At a Indian level, however, there is a lack of consensus on the definition of a program level as well as on the specific aims of each level and the strategies to achieve these. Rather, often these aims face the ambiguity of attempting just to expose the trainee to a particular technique or to ascertain the full acquisition of the theoretical and practical knowledge of the topic. In addition, many training programs have not yet been validated and their quality not properly controlled. A systematic evaluation method for both training courses and assessment of the trainee’s progress is lacking.
Since one of the main objectives of the MyraIVF is the ‘recommendation of standards for training in gynaecological endoscopy’, our Society asks all training centres and course organisers to actively cooperate in this matter. Our most immediate objective is to identify all European centres and courses offering training in gynaecological laparoscopy. We want to classify them within a standardised conceptual frame using consensual terminology. In order to achieve this objective we are currently working on the following issues:

  1. Identification of centres in Europe offering regular training programs in gynaecological endoscopy.
  2. Building a database of all courses held in Europe which include parameters such as target audience, objectives, techniques to be learned, duration, content, cost, number of trainees, number of lecturers/instructors, frequency, etc.

We would like to invite all European training centres and course organisers on laparoscopic surgery to participate and register by filling in the forms below.