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The following courses and workshops will be offered during ESCP 2022 as additional paid or free services as indicated.

To sign up, please select the course of your choice during the registration process or follow the links below.


ESCP Training Village |  21, 22, 23 September

During the ESCP Conference to be held in Dublin this September, ESCP is organising a Training Village in which participants will have the opportunity to take a one-to-one hands-on workshop.

The goal of the Training Village is to provide a short and structured training experience for colorectal trainees during the conference. We invite attendees at the conference to register for a workshop. Seats are limited, please secure your time slot early.

Fee: €25 (excluding VAT) per participant, per time slot.

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How to Peer Review Course |  Tuesday 20 September | 16:00 - 19:00

The Colorectal Disease Journal is delighted to offer this pre-congress workshop on ‘How to Peer Review’ on Tuesday 20 September 2022. This is designed for those interested in taking up the role of peer reviewer or people who have recently embarked on doing peer reviews, to have an opportunity to polish their skills through interactive discussion with others and feedback from the current editors.

Fee: The course is free of charge but there will be a selection process to ensure diversity of participants. Deadline for expression of interest is 25 August 2022 and you will be notified if you are selected by 31 August 2022.

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OASIS Course - "How to Manage OASIS" |  Tuesday 20 September | 08:00 - 17:00

This course is aimed at all practitioners who are involved in the management of the Obstetric Anal Sphincters Injuries (OASIS), i.e. colorectal surgeons, obstetricians, midwives, general surgeons, etc. It will feature concepts and techniques of repairing OASIS, and also the optimal timing for the repair. Moreover, it will be elucidated how to prevent them and how and when to follow the patients after the delivery.

A special focus will be dedicated to the most reliable diagnostics to be used in this complex condition. The second part of the course will provide a “hands on” session on a reliable model of OASIS to repair different degrees of sphincters injuries under the guide of expert proctors.

Fee: €160 (excluding VAT). Includes morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch.

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Ultrasound Workshop | Wednesday 21 September | 08:00 – 12:30

This workshop is aimed at all practitioners who are involved or interested in pelvic floor disorders, i.e. colorectal surgeons, general surgeons, specialist nurses, gastroenterologists, physiotherapists, etc. and will feature basic concepts and techniques in clinical practice, demonstrating the endosonographic appearance of normal anatomy and common pathologic conditions of the anorectal region and pelvic floor.

The workshop will also discuss typical case scenarios, with highlighting the use of ultrasound in the clinical management of these patients.

This workshop is supported by an unrestricted educational grant provided by BK Medical.

Fee: €90 (excluding VAT). Includes morning coffee break.

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