Program 2019

 

Sunday 27 January 2019

 

 

04.00 pm 

REGISTRATION

 Hotel Regina Reception

      

 

 

 04.30 pm

WELCOME INTRODUCTION TO THE MEETING

 Dieter Hahnloser: Lausanne - Switzerland

 Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland 

 

 

 

 04.35 pm

MARC-CLAUD MARTI and JEAN-CLAUDE GIVEL LECTURE

 

 

Chair:

 Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland 

 

Lecture: The perineum – mirror of the soul?

 Bruno Roche: Geneva - Switzerland

 

 

 

 05:05 pm

VIDEO CASE EDUCATION : How to deal with challenging problems

 

 

Chairs:

 Michel Andamina: Winterthur - Switzerland

 Dimitri Christoforidis: Lugano - Switzerland

 05:05 pm

A transanal case gone wrong

 Matthew Albert: Orlando - Florida

 05:25 pm

A rectopexy gone wrong

 Andree D'Hoore: Leuven - Belgium

 05:55 pm

A pouch gone wrong

 Willelm Bemelman: Amsterdam - The Netherlands

 06:15 pm

A Crohn's case gone wrong

 Antonino Spinelli: Milan - Italy

 

 

 

 07.00 pm

DRINKS RECEPTION

 Hotel Regina

 

 

 

 

Monday 28 January 2019

 

 

 08.00 am

BIG DATA & NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO CHANGE CARE AND EDUCATION

 

 

Chairs:

 Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland

 Martin Hübner: Lausanne - Switzerland

 08:00 am

Telementoring experience

 Jared Torkington: Cardiff - UK

 08:30 am

Teaching the world the rise and rise of AIS

 Rod Menchaca: Barcelona - Spain Via Skype

 

 

 

 09:00 am

RAPID FIRE: CHALLENGING DOGMAS WITH 10 SLIDES IN 10 MINUTES

 

 

 Chairs: 

 Debbie Keller: USA

 Justin Davies: Cambridge - UK

 09:00 am

No more stomas in pelvic surgery!

 Roel Hompes: Amsterdam - The Netherlands

 09:15 am

No more radiotherapy in Rectal Cancer!

 Alexis Ulrich: Heidelberg - Germany

 09:30 am

After ICR no need for immediate prophylaxis!

 Janindra Warusavitarne: London - UK

 09:45 am

Meshes prevent parastomal hernias!

 Neil Smart: Exter - UK

 10:00 am

Proctologic surgery is not forbidden in IBD patients!

 Stefan Holubar: Cleveland/Ohio

 10:15 am

Exenteration is a QoL operation

 Quentin Denost: Bordeaux - France

 

 

 

 10.30 am

END OF SESSION

 

 

 

 

 04.00 pm

Tea/Coffee

 

 

 

 

 04.20 pm

REACHING THE BOUNDARIES OF CANCER SURGERY

 

 

Chairs: 

 Petr Tsarkov: Moscow - Russia

 Rhiannon Harries: Newport - UK

 04:20 pm

Extended surgery for higher nodal yields

 Herman Kessler: Cleveland - Ohio

 04:45 pm

Strategies to minimize harm of pelvic exenteratative surgery

 Des Winter: Dublin - Ireland

 05:10 pm

Treatment options for peritoneal metastases of colorectal origin

 Martin Hubner: Lausanne - Switzerland

 05:35 pm

Adjuvant Chemotherapy for colon cancer: significant benefits? Value for money?

 Petr Tzarkov: Moscow - Russia

 

 

 

 06.00 pm

CHALLENGING CASES 

 

 

Chairs:

 Bob Baigrie: Cap Town - South Africa

 Ian Anderson: Salford - UK

 Lai Mun: Singapore

 S.Schmidt Kobbe: Lausanne - Switzerland

 07:30 pm

END OF SESSION 

 

 

 

 

 08.00 pm

20th ANNIVERSARY ALPINE COLORECTAL MEETING DINNER

 Hotel Regina

 

Faciltated by Dieter Hahnloser (intro) and Des Winter (wrap up)

 

 

20 years of ACM/ICF

 Neil Mortensen: Oxford - UK

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 29 January 2019

 

 

 08.00 am

SPECIAL SITUATIONS IN COLORECTAL SURGERY

 

 

Chairs:

 Dieter Hahnloser: Lausanne - Switzerland

 Caroline Nordenvall: Sweden

 08:00 am

Young CRC: genetics, screening, and special considerations

 Gabriela Möslein: Wuppertal - Germany

 08:20 am

Pelvic endometriosis and the colorectal surgeon

 Tim Rockall: Guilford - UK

 08:40 am

Laparoscopic lateral node dissection in rectal cancer - why have we neglected this operation in the west for so long?

 Rodrigo Perez: Sao Paulo - Brazil

 09:00 am

 The place of HIPEC in Colorectal Surgery in 2019

 Tom Cecil: Basingstoke/UK

     

 09:20 am

VALUE-BASED CARE UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT

 

 

Chairs:

 Willem Bemelman: Amsterdam - The Netherland

 Antonino Spinelli: Milan - Italy

 09:20 am

Introducing PROMS and PREMS (Value based care concept)

 Julie Cornish: Cardiff - UK

 09:40 am

Haemorrhoidectomy - stapled, sealed, or simply cut?

 Pete Sagar: Leeds - UK

 10:00 am

Internal cell factory for stem-cell therapy

 Amy Lightner: Rochester - Minnesota

 10:20 am

Functional assessment of taTME

 Debbie Keller: New York - USA

 

 

 

 10.40 am

END OF SESSION

 

 

 

 

 04.00 pm

Tea/Coffee

 

 

 

 

 04.30 pm

CHALLENGING CASES

 

 

Chairs

Bob Baigrie: Cap Town - South Africa

Ian Anderson: Salford - UK

Lai Mun: Singapore

S.Schmidt Kobbe: Lausanne - Switzerland

     

 05.45 pm

 FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS  

 

 Chair:

Jared Torkington: Cardiff - UK

  Evolution of ICG and Imaging Technology Frederic Ris: Geneva, Switzerland
     

 06.15 pm

THE BIG DEBATE 

 

 

 

Introduced by:

Jared Torkington: Cardiff - UK

 

Technical advances in 21st Century colorectal surgery have been expensive and harmful to patients across the world with little evidence of benefit

 

 

For the motion

Bob Baigrie: Cap Town - South Africa

 

Against the motion

Justin Davies: UK

 

 

 

 07.15 pm

SNOW AND ROCK LECTURE

 

 

Chair:

Dieter Hahnloser: Lausanne - Switzerland

 

The Lauberhorn, the longest downhill race in the world

Guido Meyer: Wengen - Switzerland

 

 

 

 08.00 pm

FAREWELL COCKTAIL RECEPTION

Hotel Regina

"This program has been accredited by the Swiss Society of Surgery (SSC/SGC) for up to 16 CME credits"