We would like to welcome you to a compelling colorectal educational programme provided against the backdrop of the charming and laid back island of Jersey.
The meeting will be punctuated by a stimulating social and cultural diary including a drinks reception, exploring the challenges that occurred on the island during the second world war and a wine tasting/dinner event at the La Mare wine estate, making this a wonderful educational and networking event. Partners are welcome and there will be an additional active social programme available. There will also be plenty of time to relax and enjoy all Jersey has to offer at this unique meeting.
The educational programme will include updates on coloproctologists working with other specialties, state-of-the-art and future surgical oncology and super-specialised areas of coloproctology. There will also be a session looking at coloproctology from a different angle such as the challenges of working in a remote site, and what have our senior colleagues learned from decades on the job.
It is intended that the winners of the John of Arderne Medal for 2020 and 2021 will be invited along with 5 other trainees selected based on abstract submissions. The current medal winner will be required to present together with others who will all receive a travelling fellowship to cover their costs.
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