Tuesday

10 July 2018

Time/Venue Event
08:00 – 10:00
Hall 1
ASGBI Emergency Surgery Session

Chairs: Iain Anderson (Salford), Michael Davies (Cardiff), Nicola Fearnhead (Cambridge)

  • Accuracy of CT scanning in emergency general surgery – Giles Maskell (Truro)
  • Highlights from the National Audit of Small Bowel Obstruction (NASBO) – Matthew Lee (Sheffield), Adele Sayers (Doncaster)
  • Nutritional needs in patients with SBO – Ciaran Walsh (Liverpool)

Developing a protocol for management of patients with adhesive SBO – Ravinder Vohra (Nottingham), with interactive voting and supporting presentations from:

    • Predictive factors on admission – Matthew Lee (Sheffield)
    • The case for admission CT – Paul Marriott (Warwick)
    • Evidence for water-soluble contrast agents in adhesive SBO – Adele Sayers (Doncaster)
    • Optimising perioperative care – Paul Marriott (Warwick)
    • Timing of decision-making and timing of surgery – Matthew Lee (Sheffield)
    • Incremental oversight in nutritional support in SBO – Timothy Wilson (Doncaster)
08:00 – 10:00
Hall 9
IT Innovations

Chair: Angus Watson (Inverness)

  • 08:00 Smart infographics – Charlie Lees (Edinburgh)
  • 08:30 What can big data do for healthcare? – Andreas Haimboeck-Tichy, IBM Watson
  • 09:00 The virtual helping hand – Matt Ginn, Proximie
  • 09: 30 Social media and the surgeon – Neil Smart (Exeter)
08:00 – 09:45
Hall 10
The Dukes’ Club – Planning Your Future

Chairs: Charlotte El-Sayed (Birmingham), Deena Harji (Newcastle), Annabelle Williams (Northampton)

  • Welcome – Henry Ferguson (Worcester), President of the Dukes’ Club (08:00 – 08:10)
  • Fellowship speed dating (08:10 – 09:30)
  • Meet the experts: Pelvic exenteration – its role, indication and future directions – Michael Solomon (Australia) (09:30 – 09:45)
09:45 – 10:30 The Dukes’ Club Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
10:00 – 11:00 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
11:00 – 13:00
Hall 1
It’s a Numbers Game

Chairs: Neil Cripps (Chichester), Humphrey Scott (Chertsey)

  • Numbers, colonoscopy and competence – Siwan Thomas-Gibson (London)
  • Why colorectal surgeons need to do colonoscopies – Stephen Ward (Birmingham)
  • Volume-outcome data in colorectal surgery – John Monson (USA)
  • Numbers and tension in delivering high quality general, emergency and specialist services – Iain Anderson (Salford)
  • Why emergency care of colorectal cancer should be done by colorectal surgeons – Mike Machesney (London)
  • Panel discussion
11:00 – 13:00
Hall 9
Selected Papers

Chairs: Faheez Mohamed (Hampshire), Doug Speake (Edinburgh)

  • O15: Mechanisms of resistance following neoadjuvant chemotherapy for colorectal liver metastasis – Corina Behrenbruch (11:00 – 11:10)
  • O16: The FIT revolution: pilot results of a nationwide study on the faecal immunochemical test – Nigel D’Souza (11:10-11:20)
  • O17: Outcomes from pelvic exenteration with en bloc external or common iliac vessel resection and reconstruction – Alex Mirnezami (11:20-11:30)
  • O18: No volume-outcome relationship is observed in key performance indicators for rectal cancer surgery published in the NBCA Annual Report 2017 – Christopher Mahon (11:30-11:40)
  • O19: Stratification of colorectal cancer risk in the two week wait pathway using fit and anaemia: a service evaluation of the “getting fit” pilot in Nottingham – Ayan Banerjea (11:40-11:50)
  • O20: The role of adjuvant chemotherapy in ypT0N0 rectal adenocarcinoma – Anita Nguyen (11:50-12:00)
  • O21: Raman spectroscopy as a blood based primary care diagnostic for colorectal cancer – Dean Harris (12:00-12:10)
  • O22: Straight to test CTC for investigation of symptomatic lower GI symptoms in the English 2 week wait referral system – James Stephenson (12:10-12:20)
  • O23: Theranostic silica nanoparticle forsimultaneous colorectal cancerimaging and photodynamic therapy – Yazan Khaled (12:20-12:30)
  • O24: Robotic versus laparoscopic sphincter preserving Total Mesorectal Excision (TME): case matched study of short-term outcomes – Sajith Sasi (12:30-12:40)
  • O25: Deferral of Surgery in Rectal Cancer – Outcomes from a 10 Year Experience – E Dickson, D James, O Jones, R Guy, I Lindsey, C Cunningham (12:40-12:50)
  • 026: The impact of an expectant management protocol in high risk populations on the incidence of invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the anus in a large healthcare system – MJ Tomassi, DD Klaristenfeld (12:50-13:00)
10:30 – 13:00
Hall 10
The Dukes’ Club – Interactive Session

Chair: Kat Baker (Bristol), Henry Ferguson (Worcester), Panchali Sarmah (Leicester)

  • Come and meet the Young Coloproctologists of the Year – Andrew Beggs (Birmingham), Aneel Bhangu (Birmingham) (10.30 – 11:00)
  • What does is it take to become a Day 1 Consultant Colorectal Surgeon: Delphi – Elizabeth Elsey (Nottingham)(11:00 – 12: 30)
  • Meet the Experts: Transanal pouch surgery – Helen MacRae (Canada) (12:30 – 12:45)
  • Meet the Experts: The future of colorectal surgery – Steven Wexner (USA) (12:45 – 13:00)
13:00 – 14:15 Lunch in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
14:15 – 14:45
Hall 1
Prize Giving and Awards
14:15 – 15:45
Hall 9
Selected Papers

Chairs: Simon Bach (Birmingham), Dale Vimalachandran (Chester)

  • O27: Improving compliance with the 62-day cancer pathway by reducing time between suspected colorectal cancer GP referrals and endoscopy – Zohaib Siddiqui (14:15-14:25)
  • O28: Safe discharge of patients presenting with lower gastrointestinal bleeding – The Oakland Score – Josh McGovern (14:25-14:35)
  • O29: Colorectal trainees struggle to meet JAG certification criteria in colonoscopy by the end of their training – Stephen Ward (14:35-14:45)
  • O30: The cumulative incidence of restorative surgery after colectomy for ulcerative colitis in England and Sweden – Guy Worley (14:45-14:55)
  • O31: Failed Colonoscopy. Size does matter! – Adnan Qureshi (14:55-15:05)
  • O32: Faecal immunochemical testing (FIT) to diagnose significant disease in patients with lower gastrointestinal symptoms – does NICE NG 12 and DG 30 FIT all? – Quratul Ain (15:05-15:15)
  • O33: Efficacy of wound protectors in preventing surgical site infections in patients undergoing abdominal surgery: an updated systematic review – Ahmed Kotb (15:15-15:25)
  • O34: Does prehabilitation modify muscle wasting in patients with rectal cancer undergoing neoadjuvant therapy? – Susan Moug (15:25-15:35)
  • O35: Intra-operative assessment of anastomotic integrity after sphincter-preserving rectal resection – Laura Henderson (15:35-15:45)
14:00 – 15:15
Hall 10
The Dukes’ Club – Training and Simulation

Chairs: Matt Lee (Sheffield), Abigail Vallance (London), Peter Vaughan-Shaw (Edinburgh)

  • Trainee presentations in simulation and training – (14:00 – 14:40)
    • Colorectal trainees struggle to meet JAG certification criteria in colonoscopy by the end of their training – Steven Ward
    • Exploring clinical decision making amongst surgical trainees in a simulated environment: Implications for training – Paul Sutton
    • Live streaming of laparoscopic colorectal surgery is a useful teaching tool: results from a medical student survey – James O’Brien
    • Novel innovations in 3D reconstructions for complex perianal fistulas to improve training – Kaps Sahnan
    • A combined, modular approach significantly increases efficiency and cost-effectiveness in robotic colorectal consultant training – Mostafa Abdel-Halim
    • Exploring the roles of reflection in surgical training and the barriers for its use in surgical subculture – Miriam Tham
  • ACPGBI Travelling Fellowships – 14:40 – 15:00
    • Nuha Yassin – Amsterdam Medical Centre, Netherlands
    • Kenneth Keogh – Groote Schuur, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Meet the Experts: Single port robotic colorectal surgery – Tony Mak (Hong Kong) (15:00 – 15:15)
14:45 – 15:15
Hall 1
Keynote Lecture: Risk and Risk Communication in Colorectal Surgery

Chair: Robert Arnott (Oxford), Chair of the ACPGBI Patient Liaison Group

Speaker: Nigel Scott (Preston)

15:15 – 15:45
Hall 1
BDRF Keynote Lecture: How have Randomised Trials Benefitted Patients with Colorectal Disease

Chair: Asha Senapati (Portsmouth)

Speaker: Dion Morton (Birmingham)

15:15 – 15:45 The Dukes’ Club Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
15:45 – 17:00
Hall 10
The Dukes’ Club – CPD Session

Chairs: Kat Baker (Bristol), Lena Ngu (Newcastle), Niro Rajaretnam (Plymouth)

  • Non-technical skills course for surgeons (NOTSS) – Andrew Miller (Leicester) (15:45 – 16:45)
  • Closing remarks – Henry Ferguson (Worcester), President of the Dukes’ Club 
16:15 – 18:00
Hall 1
Research Session –  Invited Research Talks

Chairs: Austin Acheson (Nottingham), Charles Knowles (London)

  • ROCCS – Tom Pinkney (Birmingham)
  • More results from FIAT – David Jayne (Leeds)
  • LaCeS feasibility: laparoscopic versus open colorectal surgery in the acute setting – Peter Sagar (Leeds)
  • SCOT & IDEA – Tim Iveson (Southampton)
  • ELF – Susan Moug (Paisley)
18:00 – 18:30
Hall 1
Movers and Shakers

With beer and crisps available in the hall during the session

Interviewer: Jared Torkington (Cardiff)

Interviewee: Neil Mortensen (Oxford), Susan Moug (Paisley), Robin Phillips (London)