Wednesday

11 July 2018

Time/Venue Event
08:30 – 10:00
Hall 1
Top Secrets and How to Avoid Getting into Trouble

Chairs: Paul Skaife (Aintree) and James Wheeler (Cambridge)

  • Fistula in ano – Phil Tozer (London)
  • Unhealed pilonidal sinus wound – Mike Davies (Cardiff)
  • Persistent fissure in ano – Doug Speake (Edinburgh)
  • The leaking low rectal anastomosis – Tim Rockall (Guildford)
  • Intra rectal intussusception – Andy Williams (London)
08:30 – 10:00
Hall 9
Tripartite 2020 Vision

Chairs: Austin Acheson (Nottingham), Simon Bach (Birmingham), Rowan Collinson (New Zealand)

  • Invitation to Tripartite 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand – Ian Bissett (New Zealand), Rowan Collinson (New Zealand)
  • EDINBURGH Delphi seeks multi-national comparisons – Carly Bissett (Glasgow)
  • Understanding LARS as a worldwide phenomenon – Celia Keene (New Zealand), Kirsty Wing (New Zealand)
  • International stopovers on road to DAMASCUS – Dale Vimalachandran (Chester)
  • Managing colitis with greater reach in a smaller world – Tom Pinkney (Birmingham)
  • Seated on the wrong side of the plane: a Tripartite collaboration – Meara Deane (Australia)
  • Robotics international – Simon Bach (Birmingham)
  • Tips from IMAGINE on going global – Stephen Chapman (Leeds)
  • 2020 Vision for Tripartite 2020 – Nicola Fearnhead (Cambridge)
08:30 – 10:00
Hall 10
Free Papers

Chairs: Mark Chapman (Birmingham), Farhat Din (Edinburgh)

  • O36: The impact of delay to loop ileostomy closure on post-operative morbidity and hospital stay – Greg Turner (08:30-08:40)
  • O37: Novel innovations in 3D reconstructions for complex perianal fistulas to improve training – Kapil Sahnan (08:40-08:50)
  • O38: Too many incisional herniae. Why are we doing it wrong? – Alastair Brookes (08:50-09:00)
  • O39: Appendicitis over the age of 40 years: should we investigate the colon? – S Chan (09:00-09:10)
  • O40: Developing a core outcome set for fistulising perianal Crohn’s disease – Kapil Sahnan (09:10-09:20)
  • O41: Does the method of anastomosis affect the outcomes in right hemicolectomy for cancer patients? – Samuel Stefan (09:20-09:30)
  • O42: A targeted biofeedback programme improves functional outcome following low anterior resection – Kelly Stackhouse (09:30-09:40)
  • O43: Pre-operative oral antibiotic bowel preparation in elective resectional colorectal surgery reduces rates of surgical site infections – Afiq Pouzi (09:40-09:50)
  • O44: Returns to surgery and failure to rescue amongst colorectal cancer patients following major resectional procedures – the picture across England 2009-2014 – Bethany Levick (09:50-10:00)
10:00 – 10:30
Hall 1
Goligher Keynote Lecture: How is all this Genomics Nonsense Relevant to me as a Surgeon?

Chair: James Hill (Manchester)

Speaker: Malcolm Dunlop (Edinburgh)

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
11:00 – 13:00
Hall 1
Advanced Cancer Symposium

Chairs: Ian Jenkins (London) and TBA

T4 colon cancer – curative disease:

  • Lessons learnt from FOxTROT – Dion Morton (Birmingham)
  • Surgery and HIPEC – Pieter Tanis (The Netherlands)
  • Surgery and post-op chemotherapy – Simon Bach (Birmingham)
  • Panel discussion

T4 colon cancer – metastatic:

  • Supportive chemotherapy – Richard Adams (Cardiff)
  • The role of surgery of the primary tumour with few or absent symptoms in patients with synchronous unresectable metastases – Deena Harji (Newcastle)
  • Liver directed treatments in advanced metastatic disease – Iain Cameron (Nottingham)
  • Panel discussion
11:00 – 13:00
Hall 9
Video Session

Chair: Paul Rooney (Liverpool) and Finlay Curran (Stockport)

  • V1: Sacral nerve stimulation for faecal incontinence using the Axonics miniaturized, rechargeable neuromodulation system – Thomas Dudding (11:00-11:12)
  • V2: Robotic ventral mesh rectopexy – Anwar Ahmad (11:13-11:25)
  • V3: Minimally invasive trans anal resection of suspicious low rectal polyp – Joanne Bennett (11:26-11:38)
  • V4: Robotic intersphinteric resection with right seminal veiscle excision through right vascular approach – Ashwin Desouza (11:39-11:51)
  • V5: Robotic lateral pelvic lymph node dissection in rectal cancer – Ashwin Desouza (11:52-12:04)
  • V6: Synchronous laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy and laparoscopic right hemicolectomy for caecal carcinoma presenting with a synchronous liver metastasis – Anthony Chan (12:05-12:17)
  • V7: Combined transanal total mesorectal excision and laparoscopic surgery for completion proctectomy and ileal pouch anal anastomosis – Arman Erkan (12:18-12:30)
  • V8: Wide local excision of perianal Paget’s Disease – Jim Tiernan (12:31-12:43)
  • V9: Laparoscopic right extended hemicolectomy with complete mesocolic excision – Ashwin Desouza (12:44-12:56)
11:00 – 13:00
Hall 10
Patient Liaison Group and The Dukes’ Club – How Should we Communicate Risk to Patients?

Welcome and Introduction – Robert Arnott, Chair of the ACPGBI Patient Liaison Group (11:00 – 11:10)

  • Montgomery and informed consent – where are we now? – Olive Lewin, Partner, Leigh Day LLP (11:10 – 11:30)
  • Communicating risk: are surgeons getting it right or wrong? – James Wheeler (Cambridge) (11:30 – 11:50)
  • Interactive session: communicating risk – expectations and fears: a patient’s perspective (11:50 – 12:20)
  • Questions to the panel and discussion (12:20 – 12:30)
  • Conclusion – Henry Ferguson, President of the Dukes’ Club (12:30 – 13:00)
13:00 – 14:15 Lunch in the Exhibition Hall (Hall 3)
14:15 – 14:25
Hall 1
Presidential Handover
14:25 – 16:00
Hall 1
Consultants’ Corner

Chairs: Jared Torkington (Cardiff), Des Winter (Dublin)

Panel: Malcolm Dunlop (Edinburgh), John Monson (USA), Susan Moug (Paisley), Tim Rockall (Surrey), Pieter Tanis (The Netherlands)

14:25 – 16:00
Hall 9
Improving Surgical Care on a Global Stage

Chairs: Aneel Bhangu (Birmingham), Dion Morton (Birmingham)

  • Overview of NIHR Unit on global surgery – Dion Morton (Birmingham)
  • JoBurg prioritisation cycle – Rachel Moore (South Africa)
  • Setting up GlobalSurg networks – Adewale Adisa (Nigeria), Antonio Ramos de la Medina (Mexico)
  • Prioritising improvements in surgical practise and discussion – GlobalSurg surgeons
  • RCT pipeline – Aneel Bhangu (Birmingham)
  • Perioperative research- evidence based – James Glasbey (Birmingham)
  • Delphi
  • Closing comments – Peter Brocklehurst (Birmingham)