About this event

  • Date and time Fri 11 Mar 2022 from 8:00am to 5:00pm
  • Location Wythenshawe Hospital
  • Organised by Coloproctology

We would like to welcome you to the RSM Northern Teaching Day. This is a national meeting held in conjunction with the North West Deanery and the ACPGBI. The meeting is free to attend. Please click here to book your place.

There will be compelling lectures from clinicians who are leaders in their fields. This event will cover important aspects of the specialty training curriculum, updates in colorectal practice and include an RSM Research Prize session.

The research session is open to trainees and members of the extended surgical team (SCPs/PAs/ACPs). A £250 Travelling Fellowship will be awarded to the best abstract.

During this session, participants will be able to:

  • Update their understanding of the energy devices and staplers used in general surgery
  • Gain insight into collaborative research networks and how collaboration drives quality improvement in laparotomies
  • Explore how technology can enhance surgical training
  • Define best practices in the management of enterocutaneous fistulae and abdominal wall hernia
  • Define best practices in the management of abdominal trauma and mesenteric ischaemia
  • Describe the management of common presentations of inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer

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We would like to thank our sponsor Ethicon and Incision for their support of this event. Please note that the scientific programme and content has not been influenced in any way by sponsor.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Prize: £250 Travelling Fellowship will be awarded to the best abstract.

Submission deadline: Monday 21 February 2022 at 11:59pm

Meeting date:  The 5 shortlisted candidates will need to be available to present (7 minutes presentation + 3 minutes questions) at the meeting on 11 March 2022  at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester University Foundation Trust.

Open to: Trainees and members of the extended surgical team (SCPs/PAs/ACPs) 

Application guidelines: Please submit your abstract to Mr Wal Baraza wal.baraza@mft.nhs.uk.

Agenda

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Technical skills and technology

Registration for workshop
Tissue energy devices and intestinal staplers workshop

Limited availability 

Ms Jane Hughes, Aintree University Hospital NHS Trust

Registration
Welcome and introduction

Ms Sarah Duff, Chapter Representative, The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland and Mr Wal Baraza, Secretary, Coloproctology Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Research and quality improvement

Choose well, get well: Quality improvement in emergency laparotomy

Mr Andy Cresswell, Consultant General Surgeon, Rotherham General Hospital  

The role of collaborative research networks in evidence based surgery

Mr Nick Heywood, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Research and Audit Committee, The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 

Training and diversity

VR, AR, OR? Technology and training

Professor Jared Torkington, President Elect, The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland, Consultant General Surgeon, Spire Cardiff Hospital

Glass ceilings and mirrors: Equality, equity and diversity in surgery

Mr Shahab Siddiqi, External Affairs Committee, The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland, Colorectal Surgeon

A profession for everyone?

Mr Alex Blackmore, Member, Equality and Diversity Committee, The Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 

Tea and coffee break

Elective surgery

Enterocutaneous fistulae and high output stomas: Where are we now?

Mr Jonathan Epstein, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

"It's just a hernia": Strategies and pitfalls in the management of incisional and parastomal hernias

Mr Dominic Slade, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Emergency surgery

Managing penetrating abdominal trauma

Ms Stella Smith, Consultant Trauma and Colorectal Surgeon, Greater Manchester Trauma Network

Blood and guts: vascular options in acute mesenteric ischaemia

Mr Jon Ghosh, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Manchester University Foundation Trust

Lunch

RSM Coloproctology research session

Presentation one
Presentation two
Presentation three
Presentation four
Presentation five

Keynote lecture

Barriers to putting evidence into practice

Professor Steven Brown, President, Coloproctology Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Tea and coffee break

MDT teaching scenarios

Inflammatory bowel disease (two scenarios)

Mr Alex Blackmore, Laura Hancock, Richard Jones, Dr Sue Liong and Mike Scott

Colorectal cancer (two scenarios)

Adrian Smith, Salim Kurrimboccus, Dr V Rudralingam, Mark Saunders and Sue Pritchard

Award of research prize
Close of meeting

Sponsors

Location

Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe, M23 9LT, Manchester

Disclaimer: All views expressed in this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the RSM nor the speaker's organisations. 

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