Multidisciplinary management of acute pancreatitis

Unfortunately this event has been cancelled

Thursday 25 February 2010

Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

Background:
Acute pancreatitis is a disease that does not respect medical boundaries. It is the province of surgeons, physicians, radiologists, intensivists, endoscopists and emergency medicine doctors. It would be ideal if such a team could plan shared care reviews of such cases, but acute pancreatitis will of course present as a potentially life threatening emergency. Those dealing with this problem have a need for cross-disciplinary learning that will enable them to give the best possible coordinated acute response.

Aim of meeting:
This meeting aims to present the most up to date expert dialogue across the relevant speciality boundaries for those who may deal with patients with acute pancreatitis.

Objectives:
To examine the latest evidence for advances in the management of acute pancreatitis.
To debate expert opinions on the management of acute pancreatitis.
To be able to understand the role of different team members in the management of acute pancreatitis.
To explore how to manage such cases optimally as a team.


Who should attend?
This meeting will be of value to GI surgeons, physicians, gastoenterologists, radiologists, interventional radiologists, intensivists, endoscopists, emergency medicine doctors and to all trainees who deal with medical and surgical emergencies.

Registration Details:
Early Fellow: £125
Early Associate: £100
Early RSM Trainee: £100
Early Retired Fellow: £100
Early Student: £30
Early Non Fellow: £225
Early AHP: £115
Early Bird Nurse: £115
Early Bird Trainee: £115
Early Student: £40

CPD (Applied for): 5 credits




9.30 am

Registration and coffee

10.00 am

Welcome address

Session one: Epidemiology and pathology
Chair: Prof Robin Williamson
President, RSM

10.05 am

What's new?
Prof Robert Sutton
Royal Liverpool University Hospital

10.25 am

Discussion with the panel of experts
Dr Ross Carter, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Dr Tim Gould, Bristol Royal Infirmary, Dr Simon Jackson, Plymouth Hospitals and Dr George Webster, University College Hospital

10.45 am

Coffee break

Session two: Diagnosis and risk stratification
Chair: Prof Roger Jones, Wolfson Prof of General Practice, Kings College London School of medicine

11.15 am

Diagnostic problems
Dr Andy Lowe, Bradford Hospitals

11.35 am

Cases presentation

12.05 pm

Discussion with the panel of experts

12.25 pm

Lunch

Session three: intervention
Chair: Prof David Rampton, Barts and The London

1.25 pm

Surgical approach
Prof John Neoptolemos, University of Liverpool

1.45 pm

Non surgical approaches in the management of Acute severe pancreatitis - the Glasgow approach
Dr Ross Carter, Glasgow Royal Infirmary

2.05 pm

Discussion with the panel of experts

2.25 pm

Coffee break

Session four: Complications
Chair: Prof John Neoptolemos, University of Liverpool

2.55 pm

What goes wrong?
Mr Satya Bhattacharya, Consultant Surgeon, Royal London and St Bartholomew's Hospitals

3.15 pm

Cases presentation

3.45 pm

Discussion with the panel of experts

4.05 pm

Completion of evaluation forms

4.10 pm

Panel discussion with all speakers

4.40 pm

Closing remarks

4.45 pm

Close of meeting

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Contact:

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Cristina Dietmann
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Sponsorship Information:
Sharon Sole
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7290 3848
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Rosalind Dewar
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