ACPGBI Mersey chapter meeting

30 Jul 20
30 July 2020
5pm – 6:30pm
Zoom Meeting

In light of the interest in having more frequent chapter meetings I am pleased to announce that the next ACPGBI Mersey chapter meeting will be held via zoom on Thursday 30th July  at 5-6.30pm. Thanks go to Shakil Ahmed who has put the programme together on behalf of LUFT. Please see the programme below.

The new President of ACPGBI, Professor Steve Brown, will start the meeting and then there are a selection of excellent local speakers covering a range of topics (see programme below).  There will be the opportunity for Q&As – If you have questions for the speakers you will be able to do this via the chat function on Zoom (either to the group or to directly to me if you would prefer).

If you would like to attend this virtual zoom meeting, please register your interest by emailing Nicole Taub at the ACPGBI.

Once you have registered for the meeting you will be sent a link the day before. Please do not share this link. On the day of the meeting when you join you will be kept in a “waiting room” until the start of the meeting. Please ensure that your name on your image is correct in order that you may be provided with a certificate of attendance afterwards. Everyone apart from the main speakers will be muted in order to avoid problems with sound quality. Depending upon the timings it may not be possible to put all of the questions to the panel.

Time

 

Speaker

Topic

 

17:00 – 17:10

Professor Steven Brown

President ACPGBI

Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Welcome

17:10 – 17:25

Mr Paul Rooney

Consultant colorectal surgeon

Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Ileo-anal pouch – Dead or alive?

17:25 – 17:40

Mr Ufuk Gur

Consultant colorectal surgeon

Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Current update and controversies in Pelvic Floor surgery

17:40 – 17:55

Mr John Kirwan

Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist

Women’ Liverpool NHS Foundation Trust

Multi-visceral surgery – Role of Regional complex Pelvic Exenteration MDT

17:55 – 18:10

Mr Paul Skaife

Consultant colorectal surgeon

Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Radical Peritonectomy in advanced ovarian cancer – Regional Prospective and Future

18:10 – 18:25

Professor Paul O’Toole

Consultant Gastroenterologist and Advanced Endoscopist

Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Complex suspected colorectal lesions – Identification, Management and Outcomes

TBC

18:30

End of programme

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