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Your Partner in Advancing Science, ADN CoE


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  • In Which year was ADN CoE was founded?
    ADN CoE was founded in December 2017. This private institution, which was established by bringing together the 15 years of experience of its founders, will always continue to cooperate with health professionals.
  • What is the average age of ADN CoE employees?
    ADN CoE's average age is 35. We are a relatively experienced and young team. We are full of innovation and passion for work.
  • Should I arrange my accommodation and transfer myself?
    We will be making the necessary directions on our site for your convenience. However, you have to provide your own transfer and accommodation.
  • How you can make a purchase from this site?
    By Bank Transfer or EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). You can make it to any of our Akbank, Finasbank, Garanti Bank, T.İş Bank and Yapı Kredi bank accounts (TL). With your credit cards on our site You can take advantage of our online single payment to any credit card or online installment from Akbank. In your online payments, the amount will be withdrawn from your credit card at the end of your order. Refunds to your credit card will be made within 3 working days in order cancellations due to possible order cancellation or stock problems.
  • Can I get my money back?
    In case of cancellation of your orders for possible reasons; Mindset Modeling Company will refund the product price to your account and/or credit card within three business days. However, you must report your bank account information and/or credit card information accurately and completely to the financial authorities of our company. Uninterrupted refunds are made for cancellation requests within the first 24 hours after the purchase. A 20% deduction will be applied for cancellation requests up to 3 months before the organization's start date. A 50% deduction will be applied for cancellation requests between 3-2 months before the organization's start date. 100% deduction will be applied for cancellation requests within 2 months before the organization's start date. (Fees will not be refunded.)
  • How to track transaction?
    If the system in question cannot perform the transaction due to any problem, our visitor is informed of this situation as a result of the payment page. In case of any error at the specified address, a connection is made with the orderer regarding the order that cannot be delivered. The validity of the e-mail address specified by our visitor is confirmed by the automatic e-mail sent after the order is transferred. We have a responsibility to the bank, where we use the credit card system, as well as the customer, for the realization of the delivery.
  • Will I earn CME credits from the training I attend?
    In pieces of training with CME credits, both the credit score will be specified and it will be emphasized that there is a CME credit. Yes, you will be able to earn CME points from many pieces of training.
  • Should I start with the basic training of all training?
    Before each training, you will be asked questions specific to your expertise and procedural or topic-specific. In accordance with these questions, you will not always need to start from the basic training.
  • Does the training have ethical Medtech approval?
    Yes, ethical medtech approvals are obtained for our procedure trainings known as TPTT.
  • Can I practice after receiving basic education?
    After completing the Basic training, we recommend that you start doing the first procedures under the supervision of your proctor and with the patient you have decided after consulting with your proctor. At this point, proctoring is very important. For this reason, we highly recommend that you get proctoring supervision from your trainers, specific to each procedure.
  • Do I have to continue the training?
    In our on-site training, there is an obligation to continue our online training. Otherwise, you cannot qualify for a Certificate or a credit score.
  • Will the training be face-to-face?
    Some of the trainings will be face-to-face. It will be indicated in each training.
  • What does TPTT education mean?
    The Criteria Applicable to Third Party Organised Procedure Training (The criteria come into effect as of 3 September 2018 for events taking place as of 1st January 2019) Background ​ Chapter 2 of the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice provides that Member Companies may support Third Party Organised Procedure Training either: via Educational Grants (in accordance with Chapter 4: Charitable Donations and Grants); OR by providing financial support directly to individual Healthcare Professionals to cover the cost of attendance at Third Party Organised Procedure Training sessions. Third-Party Organised Procedure Training means a type of Third Party Organised Educational Event that is primarily intended to provide Healthcare Professionals with information and training on the safe and effective performance of one or more clinical procedures in circumstances where the information and training concern: Specific therapeutic, diagnostic or rehabilitative procedures, namely clinical courses of action, methods or techniques (rather than the use of medical technologies); and Practical demonstrations and/or training for HCPs, where the majority of the training program is delivered in a clinical environment. For the avoidance of doubt, proctorship and preceptorship are not considered to constitute Third Party Organised Procedure Training As recommended by the Code Committee, this exception is to be narrowly interpreted. Cross-border and international Third Party Organised Educational Events need to be submitted to the Conference Vetting System (CVS). For the avoidance of doubt, as provided in Q&A 21, Proctorships and Preceptorships taking place on HCO premises are not considered to be either a Third Party Organised Educational Event or a Third Party Organised Procedural Training. Checklist Program: Unlike Third-Party Organised Educational Events, which are theoretical in nature, practical, hands-on activities comprise the majority of the program of Third-Party Organised Procedure Training (“TPPTs”). TPPTs are often referred to as “courses”, rather than conferences or seminars. Examples may include courses aimed at acquiring or improving the Healthcare Professional’s skills in minimally invasive surgery; orthopedic trauma surgery; the implantation of cardiac rhythm devices; etc. The program must be focused on acquiring specific medical skills relevant to certain medical procedures as opposed to products, or medical technologies. The program must include practical sessions. In order to be considered a TPPT, the practical sessions must in all cases represent more than 50 % of the full program with hands-on sessions representing at least two-thirds of the practical sessions. This requirement must be clearly indicated in the program of the TPPT. Will be considered practical sessions: Hands-on sessions in which all attendees to the TPPT participate actively. In these sessions, attendees perform specific procedures on settings and environments appropriate for the practice of the relevant procedure. Examples of hands-on may include surgery simulations where the technologies relevant to the specialty are practiced on cadavers; skin models; synthetic bones; cath labs; etc. To ensure that attendants are able to fully benefit from the active aspects of hands-on sessions, no “station” (model, cadaver, table, etc.) can in principle have more than four participants. For ethical considerations, when human cadavers are used, up to eight participants may share a “station”. Streaming (e.g. video, 3D-rendering software, augmented reality) or demonstrations of live surgeries followed immediately by the participation of attendees in related hands-on sessions. The sessions would only qualify as practical sessions if they are followed by hands-on sessions because they do not normally require the active participation of the attendees. Where the practical session portion of the TPPT consists entirely of participants merely watching a live surgery or streaming of surgery, this is not sufficient to qualify as a TPPT due to lack of active participation and hands-on sessions. Case study sessions when the trainees learn about the procedure preparation, the tips & tricks, and complications handling of the procedure(s) from specialty expert(s). Those sessions must be interactive and based on pictures, videos, animations, 3D rending software, augmented reality, etc. ​ Venue: The hands-on sessions of TPPTs are typically organized in either a clinical environment or in places suitable for or set up to simulate medical procedures. Examples of a clinical environment include hospitals or clinics, where medical treatment on real patients may be given (Operating Room, Cath. Lab). Examples of simulation settings include conference or meeting rooms that are appropriately equipped with relevant simulation devices/systems or experimental laboratories suitable for training on cadavers, skin models, synthetic bones, live animals in accordance with applicable regulations and ethical rules, etc. ​ Stand-alone event: Third-Party Organised Procedure Trainings must be stand-alone. Where the majority of the Training is not given in a clinical environment, for example, where the Training is organized in connection, adjacent to or at the same time as a larger Third-Party Organised Educational Conference, that Training will not qualify as a Third-Party Organised Procedure Training as defined in the Code. ​ Size: Given the essential practical and hands-on element of a Third-Party Organised Procedure Training, and given that the importance of the exception is the fact that Member Companies would know the identity of the HCPs participating in the course, the size of such training are usually relatively small. ​ However, provided that the above criteria are met, size may not be a determining factor.

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