Monday

9 July 2018

Time/Venue Event
08:15 – 09:15
Hall 1
ACPGBI Annual General Meeting

NBOCA Report – Jan van der Meulen (London)

09:15 – 09:30
Hall 1
Welcome
09:30 – 10:30
Hall 1
Controversies in Ileocaecal Crohn’s Disease

Chairs: Richard Guy (Oxford), Graeme Wilson (Edinburgh)

  • Extent of resection – does it make a difference? – Calvin Coffey (Limerick) 
  • Kono S anastomosis – are there any advantages? – Steven Brown (Sheffield) 
  • When and how to defunction – Bruce George (Oxford) 
  • Medical update – Alan Lobo (Sheffield)
09:30 – 10:30
Hall 9
Parastomal Hernia – Prevention and Treatment

Chairs: Chris Cunningham (Oxford), Dominic Slade (Salford)

  • Extent of the problem – Neil Smart (Exeter) 
  • Evidence for prevention of parastomal hernia – Jan Lambrecht (Norway) 
  • Method of repair – Nigel Suggett (Birmingham)
  • Patients perspective, current and future trials – Sue Blackwell (Liverpool) and Amanda Gunning (Exeter)
09:30 – 11:00
Hall 10
Association of Coloproctology Nurses’ AGM and Symposium

Chair: Jay Bradbury (Oxford)

10:00 – 13:00
Hall 6
Ultrasound Course

There are limited spaces available for this course which can be booked via the registration system.

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
11:00 – 12:29
Hall 1
Six Best Papers Shortlisted for BJS Prize

Chairs: Austin Acheson (Nottingham), Malcolm Dunlop (Edinburgh)

  • O1: Socioeconomic differences in survival in metastatic colorectal cancer –  Abigail Vallance (11:00-11:14)
  • O2: Core Outcomes in Anal Cancer (CORMAC): systematic review, qualitative interviews and Delphi survey to agree a core outcome set in anal cancer – Rebecca Fish (11:15-11:29)
  • O3: Centre volume bias for restorative surgery after colectomy for ulcerative colitis in England and Sweden – Guy Worley (11:30-11:44)
  • O4: Impact of fluorescence and 3D images to completeness of lateral pelvic lymph node dissection – Hye Jin Kim (11:45-11:59)
  • O5: Pre-operative body composition analysis may presage the pathological staging in colorectal cancer patients – Edward Pring (12:00-12:14)
  • O6: Comparison of perineal flaps following abdominoperineal resection: gluteal flaps appear to be ideally suited to minimally invasive resection – Jim Tiernan (12:15-12:29)
11:00 – 12:30
Hall 9
Pelvic Floor Papers

Chairs: Julie Cornish (Cardiff), Karen Telford (Manchester)

  • O7: Rectal intussception and prolapse assessment: is a proctogram enough? – Alastair Brookes (11:00-11:10)
  • O8: Is increased grade of rectal intussusception/prolapse associated with reduced anal sphincter function? An interim analysis of measurement with anal acoustic reflectometry – Nick Heywood (11:10-11:20)
  • O9: Diagnostic accuracy of anorectal manometry for faecal incontinence: a meta-analysis – Nikhil Lal (11:20-11:30)
  • O10: Long-term results of the Secca® procedure for the treatment of faecal incontinence – Adil Rashid (11:30-11:40)
  • O11: Sacral nerve stimulation versus percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence: a systematic review and meta-analysis – Nikhil Lal (11:40-11:50)
  • O12: Chronic constipation predicts colonoscopy failure rate – Ubaid Zahoor (11:50-12:00)
  • O13: The role of nerve block as a diagnostic tool in pudendal nerve entrapment – Edward Dickson (12:00-12:10)
  • O14: Low anterior resection syndrome: are we getting to the bottom of the problem with TaTME? Long-term functional and quality of life outcomes after TaTME for rectal cancer – Claudia Reali (12:10-12:20)
11:00 – 11:30 ACPN Coffee Break (outside Hall 10)
11:30 – 13:00
Hall 10
ACPN Continued
12:30 – 13:00
Hall 1
Colorectal Disease Keynote Lecture – Leaving a Legacy in War ZonesColorectal Disease logo

Chair: Charles Maxwell-Armstrong (Nottingham)

Speaker: David Nott (London)

13:00 – 14:15 Lunch in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
14:15 – 15:45
Hall 1
Perioperative Care Symposium

Chairs: James Hernon (Norfolk), Mattias Soop (Manchester)

  • Perioperative analgesia – Anton Krige (Blackburn) 
  • Pre-operative exercise training and cardiopulmonary fitness – John Saxton (Norwich) 
  • Preventing wound infection – Sarah Duff (Manchester) 
  • Lloyd-Davies position and risk of compartment syndrome – Gordon Carlson (Salford)
  • Management of intraoperative haemorrhage – Ben Griffiths (Newcastle)
  • Pre-operative anaemia and do we need to cross match blood for colorectal resections? – Toby Richards (London) 
14:15 – 15:45
Hall 9
The Pelvic Mesh Controversy

Chairs: Nicola Fearnhead (Cambridge), Charles Knowles (London)

Cook Medical

  • The Pelvic Floor Society: mesh and the response to the controversy – Andy Williams (London)
  • The position statement on the use of mesh in ventral mesh rectopexy and accreditation of Pelvic Floor Centres – Steven Brown (Sheffield)
  • Discussion
14:15 – 15:30
Hall 10
ACPN Continued
15:30 – 16:00 ACPN Coffee Break (outside Hall 10)
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area (Hall 3)
16:15 – 17:30
Hall 1
Invited Videos

Chair: Ken Campbell (Dundee), Brendan Moran (Basingstoke)

  • Pouch excision – Sue Clark (London)
  • Fistula plug – David Jayne (Leeds)
  • Pilonidal sinus procedures – Asha Senapati (Portsmouth)
  • Kono S anastomosis – Steven Brown (Sheffield)
  • Resection of peritoneal disease in colorectal cancer – Tom Cecil (Basingstoke)
16:15 – 17:30
Hall 9
Clinical Trials Update: Pelvic Floor and Functional Coloproctology

Chairs: Julie Cornish (Cardiff), Andy Williams (London)

16:00 – 17:00
Hall 10
ACPN Continued
17:30 – 18:00
Hall 1
BJS Keynote Lecture – Rectal Cancer Surgery – are we on the Right Road?BJS logo

Chair: James Hill (Manchester)

Speaker: John Monson (USA)

18:00 – 18:15
Hall 1
President’s Welcome
18:15 – 19:30
Hall 3
ACPGBI Welcome Reception in the Exhibition Hall