Monday

1 July 2019

Time/Venue Event
08:00 – 08:50
Auditorium
Annual General Meeting

  • President’s report – Brendan Moran
  • Secretary’s report – Charles Maxwell-Armstrong
  • NBOCA report – Kate Walker
  • Treasurer’s report – Tim Cook
  • The Dukes’ Club report – Deena Harji
  • BDRF Report – Asha Senapati
08:50 – 09:00
Auditorium
2020 Vision
09:00 – 11:00
Auditorium
Emergency Surgery Session

Chairs: Ann Brannigan, Deena Harji, Matt Lee, Andrew Miller

  • Overview: current and future perspectivesRichard Guy
  • Large bowel obstruction and CREST – Jim Hill
  • Small bowel obstruction – Ciaran Walsh
  • High risk surgical patient guidelines – Sarah Hare

Panel Discussion: Faculty above

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 12:30
Auditorium
BJSSix Best Papers shortlisted for BJS Prize

Chairs: Tim Cook, Athur Harikrishnan, Scott Steele

  • O1 – The PREDICT Study: a prospective observational study to validate the utility of C-reactive protein trajectory as a predictor of anastomotic leak in patients with a bowel anastomosis – B Stephensen
  • O2 – Age-specific colorectal cancer incidence trends in England, 1974-2015: A population-based study showing increased incidence among young adults – AC Chambers
  • O3 – Older Adults require a targeted prognostic score that encompasses all peri-operative aspects: Results from the ELF Study – Susan Moug
  • O4 – Variation in radiologically predicted CT staging by 60 Colorectal Multidisciplinary Teams in the Pelican ACPGBI IMPACT Program – Z Rokan
  • O5 – Poverty and anal cancer: does it influence survival? – F Mahmoud Ali
  • O6 – Randomized double-blind controlled trial of laser hemorrhoidoplasty, excisional hemorrhoidectomy and recto-anal repair for symptomatic haemorrhoids – Tomas Poskus
11:30 – 12:30
Liffey Hall 1
The Dukes’ Club

  • 100,000 Genome Project – Frank McDermott
  • Microbiome – Dean Harris
  • 3D printing and navigational surgery – Kapil Sahnan
12:30 – 13:00
Auditorium
BJS LectureBJS

Chair: Brendan Moran

Decisional conflict, equipoise and bias in the interpretation of randomized controlled trials in colorectal surgery – Michael Solomon

13:00 – 14:15 Lunch
14:15 – 15:30
Auditorium
Quality Improvement

Chairs: Kourosh Khosraviani, Debbie McNamara, Mohamed Rabie

  • Minimising SSI – Arifa Siddika
  • Antibiotic bowel prep – Scott Steele
  • GIRFT in colorectal – John Abercrombie
  • RCS M+M programme and how it feeds into QI – Sriram Subramonia
  • When it all goes wrong: pelvic mesh – Andy Williams

Panel discussion

14:00 – 15:30
Liffey Hall 2
Association of Coloproctology Nurses

Welcome, Edward Salt Lecture, Emergency Care, Short Papers

14:15 – 15:30
Liffey Hall 1
Video Prize Session

Chairs: Ronan Cahill, Mark Coleman, Susan Moug

15:30 – 16:00 Tea Break
16:00 – 17:30
Auditorium
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Session

Chairs: Justin Davies, Laura Hancock, Guy Worley

  • Guidelines, standards, and yet more guidelines. What do they all mean for my service? – Steve Brown
  • Best practice for STC – Omar Faiz
  • Appendicectomy and UC – Tom Pinkney
  • Pouch surgery in the DGH – is it feasible, safe and effective? – Neil Keeling
  • The National Clinical Improvement Programme – what can it do for my IBD practice? – Charles Maxwell-Armstrong

Panel discussion

16:00 – 17:30
Liffey Hall 2
Association of Coloproctology Nurses

Bowel Cancer Screening, Case Studies

16:00 – 17:30
Liffey Hall 1
The Dukes’ Club

Trainee Fellowship, Speed Dating

17:30 – 17:35
Auditorium
Presentation of Geoff Oates Medal and award of Honorary Membership
17:35 – 18:00
Auditorium
Hunterian Lecture

Chair: John Abercrombie

Epigenetic biomarker discovery in IBD: Unearthing clues for disease pathogenesis? – Nicholas Ventham

18:00 – 19:00 Welcome Reception in the Exhibition