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This one-day hybrid conference will highlight the role of robotics in Colorectal and Abdominal Wall Surgery, featuring up-to-date presentations from national and international experts, case-based talks and panel discussions. 

Presenters on the day include:
• Prof. Jim Khan, Specialist Colorectal Surgeon, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
• Prof. Maarten Simons, President, European Hernia Society
• Prof Dr. Ulrich Dietz, Senior Surgical Consultant, Solothurn / Olten (Switzerland)
• Ms Nuha Yassin, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospital

 Gain insight and uptake your knowledge on the following topics:

  • The role of Robotics in colon, rectal and abdominal wall surgery, and its importance as an effective tool for the surgeon
  • Robotic-assisted surgery is increasingly being used in both benign and malignant conditions; learn about the impact of this on training and the considerations that need to be thought through
  • Our panel of colorectal and abdominal wall surgeons will delve into the latest techniques and advancements in parastomal hernia/incisional hernia
  • Discuss the potential advantages of robotic right hemicolectomy
  • Updates on the minimally invasive intracorporeal ileocolic anastomosis technique as an effective and feasible and safe procedure
  • Indication for robotic-assisted hernia surgery including a session reviewing complex cases made simpler
  • Consideration of robotic incisional hernia and abdominal wall reconstruction surgery training pathways and improving results

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Organised by: Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow of Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow

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