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ACPGBI Mersey Chapter meeting

18 May 2020
Zoom meeting

Due to the challenges currently facing us the next ACPGBI Mersey chapter meeting will be held via zoom

ACPGBI West Midlands Chapter Meeting

14 May 2020
Zoom Meeting

West Midlands Chapter Representative Simon Fallis will be hosting a virtual Chapter meeting for ACPGBI clinicians, trainees and nurses from West Midlands

The impact of COVID-19 on colorectal surgery

22 April 2020
Webinar

RCSEd have partnered with ACPGBI to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on colorectal surgery.
The webinar will update the colorectal community on the latest information and developments and explore how we can respond to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic together.

FRCS (General Surgery) Revision Day: Surgical Specialties for the non-specialist

27 March 2020
The Pelican Cancer Foundation in Basingstoke
The Ark Dinwoodie Drive Basingstoke RG24 9NN

Now in its seventh year, this increasingly popular revision day provides updates for surgical trainees preparing for the FRCS in general surgery part 2. Interactive talks covering most of the sub-specialties are delivered by experienced consultants making this an ideal event for those preparing for examinations or trainees simply wanting to refresh their knowledge. This meeting has been organised by the Pelican Cancer Foundation in association with the Surgery Section, RSM and Association of Surgeons in Training (ASIT) and is being held at The Pelican Cancer Foundation in Basingstoke.

Colorectal Diseases Masterclass 20th Anniversary (M25) 2020

04 March - 06 March 2020
Pelican Cancer Foundation
The Ark Dinwoodie Drive Basingstoke RG24 9NN

This will be the 20th year anniversary for this extremely popular, intensive two and a half day course.

Pelvic exenteration nursing care study day

25 February 2020
St Mark’s Hospital - Medical education center, Level 6 - Room 5

A masterclass for healthcare professionals, particularly nurses caring for people with recurrent rectal cancer.