Sunday 28 January 2018

   
      4.00 pm 

REGISTRATION AND TRADE EXHIBITION

   
            

 

   
      4.25 pm WELCOME LECTURE

 Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland 

Dieter Hahnloser: Lausanne - Switzerland

 
             
      4.30pm MARC-CLAUD MARTI and JEAN-CLAUDE GIVEL LECTURE    
        Chair  Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland   
        "Lessons learned about fistula over my career"    
             
      5:00 pm Coffee break    
             
      5.30 pm PURE EDUCATIONAL VIDEO SESSION

Eminence based surgery: My secrets for getting…

 

 

        ...the perfect LVR    
        …the pouch always down    
        …the best standardized lap. TME
   
        …the safest colorectal anastomoses after anterior resection    
        … the perfect intersphincteric dissection and colo-anal anastomosis    
        … the perfect lap. CME     
             
      7.00 pm WELCOME RECEPTION DINNER Hotel Regina  
             
       

Monday 29 January 2018

   
      8.00 am AROUND THE ANUS 

 

 
        R.I.P. for TEM?

M. Allaix: Turin - Italy

 
        Is there a doppler effect in hemorrhoid treatment?    
        Treatment of rectourethral fistulas (a video of the York-Mason technique) M. Pera: Barcelona - Spain  
        How to deal with anal trauma    
        Internal Delorme procedure: rationale and technique    
             
      09:30 am Coffee break

 

 
             
      09:50 am

IBD 

   
       

Microbiome in IBD

   
       

Still a role for open surgery in IBD?

   
        The effect of biologics on IBD surgery: controversies solved?    
        Nutritional optimization for Crohn's surgery Fabian Grass: Lausanne - Switzerland  
      11.00 pm

End of the morning session

   
             
      4.30 pm

BALANCING POTENTIAL BENEFITS AND HARMS IN CRS SURGERY

 

 
       

Lap lateral Pelvic node Dissection

   
        CME     
       

Pelvic exenteration: shifting focus on QoL

   
             
      5.30 pm

Coffee break

   
             
      5.50 pm

BEST CHALLENGING CASES  - Day 1

 

 
       

3 pre selectioned cases, 20-25 min each,  one winner, warm up for debate

   
             
      7.00 pm

DEBATE  Debate Oxford V Cambridge or Cunningham v Davies

   
       

This house believes that SoMe is all about Me

   
      7.50

End of the session

   
             
      8.15 pm

CONGRESS DINNER

Restaurant Pasta & More.

 
             
       

Tuesday 30 January 2018

   
      8.00 am CLINICAL RESEARCH: Trials and Errors 

 

 
       

RCT are outdated: new designs for future evidence generation

   
       

Best papers of the year  - Editor's choice

   
       

The results of ESCP audit on left colectomy, sigmoid and rectal resections

Alaa El Hussuna: Aalborg - Denmark

 
       

FOXTROT trial update

   
       

TREC trial update

   
             
      09.30 am

Coffee break

 

 
             
      09:50 am PERSPECTIVES and HOT TOPICS    
        How we invented TAMIS    
        The process of innovation in colorectal surgery R. Perez: Sao Paulo - Brazil  
        New frontiers in colorectal education: the role of new technologies  Manish Chand: UCL - UCL  
        Strategies, techniques and technologies to prevent SSI Emre Gorgun: Cleveland - Ohio USA  
      11.00 pm End of the morning session    
             
      4.30 pm

SPOTLIGHT ON THE ELDERLY

 

 
        Preop assessment and prehabilitation    
       

Tailored surgical approach: around actual guidelines for a better outcome

   
       

IBD surgery in the elderly

Janindra Warusavitarne: London - UK

 
       

The reasons for elderly focused research: new trials

I. Montroni: Faenza - Italy

 
             
      5.30 pm

Coffee break

 

 
             
      5.50 pm

BEST CHALLENGING CASES  - Day 2

 

 

 
       

3 pre selectioned cases, 20-25 min each,  one winner, warm up for Lecture

   
             
      7.00 pm

SNOW AND ROCK LECTURE

   
       

In The Footsteps Of Shackleton

Martin Thomas: UK  
             
      7.50 PM

FARWELL RECEPTION DINNER

Hotel Regina  

"This program has been accredited by the Swiss Society of Surgery (SSC/SGC) for up to 15 CME credits"