TimeEvent

09:00 - 10:00

Symposium: Tips, Tricks and Error Traps

Chair: Des Winter (Ireland)

  • Benign disease - Steven Wexner (USA)
  • Primary rectal cancer - Bill Heald (UK)
  • Recurrent rectal cancer - Michael Solomon (Australia)

09:00 -11:00

Educational: Core Subject Update

Chairs: Pierpaolo Sileri (Italy), Samson Tou (UK)

  • Volvulus - Marja Boermeester (The Netherlands)
  • Endometriosis - Luigi Boni (Italy)
  • Management of acute lower GI bleeding - Omar Faiz (UK)
  • Sinus pilonidalis - Edgar Furnee (The Netherlands)
  • Treatment of rectal polyps and T1 rectal cancers - Roel Hompes (The Netherlands)
10:00 - 11:00

EHTG/ESCP Symposium: Hereditary Colorectal Cancer

Chairs: Gabriela Möslein (Germany), Evangelos Xynos (Greece)

  • MSI, HNPCC, Lynch syndrome and immunotherapy including vaccine: an update - Matthias Kloor (Germany)
  • The role of epigenetic factors - John Burn (UK)
  • Clinical aspects: from phenotype to genotype and back - Toni Seppälä (Finland)
11:00 - 13:15 Young ESCP Meeting
11:05 - 12:35

Consultants' Corner

Faciliators: Jared Torkington (UK), Des Winter (Ireland)

Panel: Adam Dziki (Poland), Peter Christensen (Denmark), Anna Lepistö (Finland), David A. Margolin (USA), Per Nilsson (Sweden), Jurriann Tuynman (The Netherlands)

12:35-13:20

Guidelines Update

Speaker: Jos Kleijnen (UK) introduced by Carolynne Vaizey (UK)

  • Preparing Guidelines: the role of evidence, the role of GRADE and the role of AGREE
12:35 - 13:25 Exhibition opens - sandwich lunch available
13:25 - 14:55

International Trials Results Forum

Presentations of completed trials with Expert commentary  

Chair: Steven Brown (UK)

  • TREC - Simon Bach (UK) with Expert commentary by Quentin Denost (France)
  • TREND - Evelyn Dekker (The Netherlands) with Expert commentary by Matteo Frasson (Italy)
  • COLOFOL - Peer Wille-Jorgensen (Denmark) with Expert commentary by Oded Zmora (Israel)
  • ROCSS - Aneel Bhangu (UK) with Expert commentary by Charles Knowles (UK)
  • EUROSURG Student Initiative - IMAGINE Study: Preliminary Results - Tim van Elst (The Netherlands) 
  • Results of the ESCP 2017 Cohort Study - Tom Pinkney (UK) 
13:25 - 14:55

Surgical Video Session

Chairs: TBC

V01: Direct target NOTES - Sam Atallah (USA)

V02: Management of colorectal anastomotic stricture with transanalManagement of colorectal anastomotic stricture with transanalendoscopic microsurgery - Matas Jakubauskas (Lithuania)

V03: Robotic complete mesocolic excision and paraaortic lymph nodeRobotic complete mesocolic excision and paraaortic lymph nodedissection for cecal cancer and paraganglioma - Sung Uk Bae (Korea)

V04: Ileoanal pouch excision - Guy Worley (UK)

V05: Trans-anal colonic pull-through with delayed colo-anal anastomosisTrans-anal colonic pull-through with delayed colo-anal anastomosisfor low colo-vaginal fistula - Boullenois Hortense (France)

V06: How to manage injury to the superior mesenteric vein duringHow to manage injury to the superior mesenteric vein duringlaparoscopic right-sided hemicolectomy - Claus Anders Bertelsen (Denmark)

V07: Perineal proctectomy with TAMIS rectopexy. A NOTES operationPerineal proctectomy with TAMIS rectopexy. A NOTES operationfor rectal prolapse - Sam Atallah (USA)

V08: Laparoscopic ovarian transposition before radio-chemotherapy in aLaparoscopic ovarian transposition before radio-chemotherapy in ayoung patient with rectal cancer - Jose Maria Enriquez-Navascues (Spain)

V09: Laparoscopy endoscopy cooperative surgery to colorectal tumor - Yosuke Fukunaga (Japan)

V10: Additional injection of autologous Platelet Rich Stroma inAdditional injection of autologous Platelet Rich Stroma intransanal advancement flap repair of high transsphincteric fistulas - W. B. Deijl (The Netherlands)

13:25 - 14:25

ESCP Fellowship Update

Chair: Muhammad Imran Aslam (UK)

  • Video presentation 3-month fellowship report - Edgar Furnee (The Netherlands)
  • 6-month fellowship report - Esmira Ahmedova (Azerbaijan) visited Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK
  • 6-month fellowship report - Gianluca Pelino (Italy) visited The Royal Marsden, UK
  • 1-observership report - Alexander Forero Torres (Spain) visited St James's University Hospital under the direction of Professor David Jayne
  • Robotic Surgery host centre presentation - Marcos Gomez Ruiz (Spain)
  • Host centre report - Paul Lehur (France)
  • Host centre report - Giovanni Romano (Italy) 
15:00 - 15:30

Keynote Lecture: Microbiomic and metagenomic influences on colorectal patients

Chairs: Linda Ferrari (Italy), Des Winter (Ireland) 

Speaker: John Alverdy (USA)

15:00 - 15:30

TaTME in China: from clinical practice to clinical research

Chair: TBC

Speaker: Hongwei Yao (China)

15:30 - 15:50 Coffee Break/Exhibition/Posters
15:50 - 16:50 Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposium
15:50 - 16:50

Symposium: What's new in immuno- and chemotherapy for colorectal tumours?

Chairs: Dion Morton (UK), Miguel Pera (Spain)

  • Prophylactic HIPEC in high-risk colonic cancer patients - Diane Goere (France)
  • Role of immunotherapy - Thierry Andre (France)
  • Induction chemotherapy for colonic and rectal cancer - TBC
16:55 - 17:00

The Lars Påhlman EBSQ Medal

Presenter:  TBC

Awarded to: Nuri Okkabaz (Turkey)

ESCP award the Lars Påhlman EBSQ medal to the highest merit of EBSQ examinees in 2017. This year, the medal is awarded to ESCP awarded  to Nuri Okkabaz (Turkey).

16:55 - 17:55
Small Hall 1

Free Papers: Functional, IBD and Miscellaneous

  • F01: Sexual dysfunction and low sexual activity is common in patients treated for rectal cancer - Marina Sörensen (Sweden)
  • F02: Late ileostomy closure does not affect long-term bowel function after rectal cancer surgery - Christopher Hadjittofi (United Kingdom)
  • F03: A comparison of magnetic anal sphincter and sacral neuromodulation for fecal incontinence: the MOS-STIC study cost-effectiveness results - Julie Bulsei (France)
  • F04: The risk of colectomy and colorectal cancer after appendicectomy in patients with ulcerative colitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis - Merel E. Stellingwerf (The Netherlands)
  • F05: Is mesh repair safe for incisional hernia in Crohn’s disease? A case-control multicentre study of the GETAID-Chirurgie group - Laura Beyer-Berjot (France)
  • F06: Biological mesh reconstruction of the pelvic floor after extralevator abdominoperineal excision for rectal cancer - Jiagang Han (China)

16:55 - 17:55
Gailieni 1/2

Free Papers: Miscellaneous

  • F07: Adverse fetal outcome following appendicectomy during pregnancy - Elin Moltubak (Sweden)
  • F08: Long-term hospital mortality due to adhesions after major colorectal surgery in a national cohort database - Mehdi Ouaissi (France)
  • F09: Randomised controlled trial comparing mental to physical patient-specific rehearsal prior to minimally invasive low anterior resection - Marina Yiasemidou (United Kingdom)
  • F10: Guidelines for the management of perforated diverticulitis require revision – what once was deemed safe is safe no more. - Liliana Bordeianou (USA)
  • F11: Reconstruction of the perineal defect after pelvic exenteration: comparison of three flap procedures. - Gianluca Pellino (Italy)
  • F12: Transanal repair of low colorectal anastomotic leak using minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS) - experimental study - Jaroslav Kalvach (Czech Republic)
16:55 - 17:55

Educational: Best Publications of the Year

Chairs: Ethem Gecim (Turkey), Filippo La Torre (Italy)

  • Colorectal cancer, benign and functional - Gaetano Gallo (Italy)
  • IBD and proctology - Yves Panis (France)
17:00 - 18:00 Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposium
17:00 - 18:30

Educational: Coloproctology 3.0 : The Cutting Edge of Online Innovation

Chair: Richard Brady (UK)

  • Colorectal research in a social media age - Richard Brady (UK)
  • Eurosurg and massive online global research collaboratives: the Italian
    experience - Gianluca Pellino (Italy)
  • The use of virtual reality in surgical training and research - Manish Chand (UK)
  • E-patients and colorectal surgery innovation - Michael Seres (UK)
  • Cutting edge of technical advances in colorectal surgery - Sam Atallah (USA)
  • The use of global hashtags in colorectal research - Steven Wexner (UK)
18:00 - 18:25 Small Hall Session
18:30 - 19:30 ESCP WELCOME POSTERS AND WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE EXHIBITION AREA
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