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Rectal Anatomy and Rectal Cancer Staging

21 September 2021
Presentations, Videos & Papers

Session 1: Rectal Anatomy and Rectal Cancer Staging with Alison Corr, Consultant Radiologist St. Marks, London Ian Jenkins and Mr. Ben Griffiths ACPGBI Advanced Malignancy Subcommittee, Amy Lord Jordan Fletcher, The Dukes Club

Managing Difficult Colonoscopies

17 August 2021
Good Practice
Presentations, Videos & Papers

An Olympus Webinar

Early Detection of Colonic Lesions

17 August 2021
Good Practice
Presentations, Videos & Papers

An Olympus Webinar

St Mark’s Endoscopy Education Webinar series for junior doctors, consultant gastroenterologists and endoscopy nurse practitioners.

17 August 2021
Good Practice
Presentations, Videos & Papers

A wide ranging webinar series.

BSG-ACPGBI guidelines for the management of large non-pedunculated colorectal polyps

17 August 2021
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

These guidelines provide an evidence-based framework for the management of patients with large nonpedunculated colorectal polyps.

BSG/ACPGBI/PHE Post-polypectomy and post-colorectal cancer resection surveillance guidelines

17 August 2021
ACPGBI Publications
Good Practice
Consensus Statements and Guidelines

These guidelines have been reviewed and endorsed by BSG CSSC and ACPGBI in 2020.

Performance indicators in colonoscopy after certification for independent practice: outcomes and predictors of competence

17 August 2021
Presentations, Videos & Papers

It is possible to identify predictors of underperformance in trainees, which may be of value to training leads and could improve the patient experience.

Colorectal trainees in the UK struggle to meet JAG certification standards in colonoscopy by the end of their training

17 August 2021
Presentations, Videos & Papers

Colorectal surgery trainees lag behind their gastroenterology counterparts in accruing endoscopy experience. This affects the ability of colorectal surgery trainees to achieve certification prior to completion of training. An urgent debate is required to decide what endoscopy training is required of a colorectal surgeon and how a robust training system can be put in place to ensure this is achieved.

An analysis of the learning curve to achieve competency at colonoscopy using the JETS database

17 August 2021
Presentations, Videos & Papers

The primary aim of this study was to determine the number of colonoscopies trainees need to perform to attain competency, defined by a caecal intubation rate.

Endoscopy training in the UK pre-COVID–19 environment: a multidisciplinary survey of endoscopy training and the experience of reciprocal feedback

17 August 2021
Presentations, Videos & Papers

This study aimed to explore the experience of training and of providing trainer feedback for all disciplines of endoscopy trainees.