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17 September 2019
George Pickering Education Centre
John Radcliffe Hospital, Headley Way, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU

Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland in collaboration with the Hugh Cairns Surgical Society

Digital Rectal Examination (DRE) Study Day

16 September 2019
Room 1, Medical Education Centre, Level 6, St Mark's Hospital
Northwick Park Watford Road Harrow Middlesex HA1 3UJ

This study day explores anatomy and physiology of defecation and the nurses role in assessment and understanding Digital Rectal Examination.

South West workshop for Pelican IMPACT

13 September 2019
Taunton Racecourse
Taunton TA3 7BL

Improving Management for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Tumours

IBD Patient Involvement in Research Day

07 September 2019
Chetham’s School of Music
Long Millgate, Manchester M3 1SB

Event organisers: Kapil Sahnan, St Mark’s Hospital, Mark Samaan, University College Hospital, and Sue Blackwell, ACPGBI Patient Liaison Group

Complexities in Coloproctology

06 September 2019
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

This year’s theme is the microbiome and we’ll be exploring the impact of microbiomic medicine on colorectal surgical practice.

49th International Continence Society Annual Meeting

03 September - 06 September 2019
Gothenburg, Sweden

ICS 2019 will offer multidisciplinary sessions for delegates in urology, gynaecology, colorectal surgery, physiotherapy, nursing, medical, and basic science disciplines. To ensure maximum interactivity and take-home value we have included various session formats:

Singapore Colorectal Week

16 August - 18 August 2019
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

The Society of Colorectal Surgeons Singapore (SCRS) is convening our inaugural Singapore Colorectal Week congress in August 2019. We are bringing together local and regional colorectal experts to share on the latest advances in treatment. In our local context, this is the first collaborative meeting bringing together surgeons from private and all restructured hospitals (including SGH, NUH, TTSH, CGH, KTPH, NTFGH and SKH).

Pelican IMPACT – Improving the Management for Patients with Advanced Colorectal Tumours

12 July 2019
To be confirmed

Pelican Cancer Foundation and the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) are collaborating to deliver the Pelican IMPACT programme for all colorectal MDTs in Great Britain and Ireland in 2018/19. An excellent steering committee has helped to design an original one day workshop.