IBD Surgical Outcome Registry

Dukes’ Annual Educational Weekend

5 Apr -
7 Apr 19
05 April - 07 April 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton
Oxford Belfry, Milton Common, Thame, OX9 2JW

Ethicon Laparoscopic Course
An opportunity to practice laparoscopic dissection, suturing and stapling in a high fidelity simulated course provided by experienced surgical faculty.

THD Course
A practical course provided by THD, giving you experienece in Endo-Anal USS, Anal Manometry, THD/Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation and ‘Sphinkeeper’.

Saturday 6th April
0900 Introduction

0915 Session 1 – IBD

When and How to anastomose in Crohns / Koch Pouches in IBD – Par Myrelid (Linkoping, Sweden)

Advances in Pouch Surgery – Janindra Warusavitarne (St Mark’s, UK)

The future of IBD surgery in the UK – Steve Brown (Sheffield, UK)

1045 Executive committee role descriptions

1100 Coffee

1130 Session 2 – Benign Session

OASIS – Julie Cornish (Cardiff, UK)

Endometriosis for the Colorectal Surgeon – Kathryn McCarthy (Bristol, UK)

1230 Lunch

1330 AGM & Ratify new Constitution

ACPGBI Presidential address

Executive Elections

1430 Session 3 – Cancer MDT

Locally Advanced Colonic Cancer – Andrew Beggs (Birmingham, UK)

Early Rectal Cancer – Kai Leong (Coventry, UK)

Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer – what should you know about it? – Ian Jenkins (St. Mark’s, UK)

Anal Cancer – lumps, bumps and what you need to know – Peter Coyne (Newcastle, UK)

1600 Coffee

1630 Session 4 – Career Planning

Getting your dream consultant job – Jim Tiernan (Leeds, UK)

Surviving your first year – Jennie Grainger (Chester, UK)

How to avoid common pitfalls – Charles Maxwell-Armstrong (Nottingham, UK)

1730 Close + Announce Election Results

1830 Pre-Dinner Drinks

1930 Dinner and Quiz

Sunday 7th April
FRCS Viva Course

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