News & Interviews

Angus Watson

Information technology and colorectal practice – an interview with Angus Watson

In a series of interviews, we will be previewing this year’s ACPGBI annual meeting in Birmingham, 9-11 July. We talked to Professor Angus Watson (Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon at...

Austin Acheson

Research Sessions – an interview with Austin Acheson

Continuing our series of interviews previewing this year’s ACPGBI annual meeting, 9-11 July, we talked to Mr Austin Acheson (Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Nottingham University Hospital, UK and Chair of...

Mr Andrew Williams

Pelvic Floor sessions – an interview with Andrew Williams

Continuing our series of interviews previewing this year’s ACPGBI annual meeting, 9-11 July, we talked to Mr Andrew Williams (Consultant Colorectal Pelvic Floor Surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS...

ACPGBI Launch Bowel Disease Fundraiser

This year’s ACPGBI Annual Meeting fundraiser will be a cycle challenge in aid of BDRF. In an exciting development, the charity will be partnering with the research team from the...

Nigel Scott

Risk and Risk Communication in Colorectal Surgery – Nigel Scott

Speaking on the subject of his Keynote Lecture, Nigel Scott told us: “Strictly speaking risk is the chance of anything good or bad happening, but in our line of work...

Malcolm Dunlop

How is all this genomics nonsense relevant to me as a surgeon? – Malcolm Dunlop

Speaking on the subject of his Goligher Keynote Lecture, Professor Dunlop told us: “There have been enormous steps forward in technological aspects of genetics applied to colorectal cancer over the last...