Ronan O’Connell

On 14 Aug 2014

We talked to Professor Ronan O’Connell, President of the ESCP, who discusses how ESCP's conference has evolved into one of the most important meetings on the coloproctology calendar. This year’s meeting in Barcelona will be the 9th ESCP conference, how has the meeting evolved over the years? The 9th Annual Scientific Meeting of ESCP promises to best the most successful ESCP meeting to date with in excess of 1500 delegates attending from more than 50 countries, a far cry from the 350-400 delegates at our first meetings.

On 14 Aug 2014

Chair of the symposium on ‘Intestinal Polyposis’, Professor Sue Clark (Consultant Colorectal Surgeon St Mark's Hospital, London and Adjunct Professor Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College, London) outlines some of the themes and key issues under discussion in Barcelona.

On 14 Aug 2014

We talked to Professor Donato Altomare, who discusses his role as Chair of the Programme Committee and some of the highlights from the Barclelona 2014 scientific programme. You are currently Chair of the Programme Committee, what are the roles and responsibilities of the committee? The Programme Committee is composed of a group of personalities who are very active in all the fields of coloproctology. They must be up-to-date, active in research and have an extensive knowledge of the literature and authors throughout Europe. 

Tina Chen

On 1 Nov 2013

Tina Chen won the British Journal of Surgery Prize for the Best of the Six Best Papers, and Thomas Golda  won the Best Lunchtime Poster. Tina will travel to the ASCRS meeting in Hollywood, Florida in May 2014 to present her paper there as part of the ESCP/ASCRS reciprocal Travelling Fellow programme.

Presenter holding remote control

On 1 Nov 2013

We are pleased to announce that video presentations from ESCP Belgrade, including our workshop for authors, are now available for members to view in the Resource Library. Please note: you will need to login in as a member to view these resources.
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