Frontiers in Colorectal and Gastrointestinal Disease 2020: Difficult Decisions in GI Disease

19 Nov -
20 Nov 20
19 November - 20 November 2020
9am – 5pm
Online

The St Mark’s 18th Annual International Congress, Frontiers in Colorectal and Gastrointestinal Disease, has a new 2-day programme taking place this November, free to attend and online. Our theme this years is ‘Difficult decisions in GI disease’

St Mark’s Frontiers is organised into a number of plenary sessions, all of which are multidisciplinary and presented by leading experts. Our theme for this year is ‘Difficult Decisions in GI Disease’ so expect some fascinating talks and insights from across the spectrum of gastrointestinal disease and care. We are sure you will find this two day event interesting, stimulating, educational and at times controversial.

Five sessions over two days

  • IBD Crohn’s Disease: The causes and management of strictures and recurrences. Session Leads: Phil Tozer, Ana Wilson
  • Intestinal Failure. Getting it right first time: The difficult surgical abdomen – from prevention to treatment. Session Leads: Simon Gabe, Akash Mehta
  • The troublesome bottom: Low rectal polyps, anal pain and perianal Crohn’s disease. Session Leads: Danilo Miskovic, Adam Haycock
  • Cancer In The Young: What’s So Special About Cancer in The Young? Session Leads: Elaine Burns, Kevin Monahan
  • Year of the Nurse: Innovations and transformations in nursing practice. Session Leads: Jennie Burch, Vicky Cuthill

CPD points: The Webcasts are free to attend and CPD points will be available.

These sessions will be interactive: We encourage all colleagues to participate in these interactive sessions by posing questions to the expert panel. We will tackle these as we go and seek your opinions on hot topics via simple polls.

Full details from the St Mark’s website