Advances in hepatopancreatobiliary surgery

Date

Wednesday 20 September 2017

Half Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Oncology Section

Accreditation

4 CPD Points

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about this event

This half day meeting will discuss the latest surgical and radiological techniques, explore novel endoscopic approaches to treatment and bring you up to date with the latest hepatopancreatobiliary oncology and advanced imaging. 

Key speakers:

A fantastic line up of renowned speakers from King's College Hospital will be brought together to discuss advances in the field of hepatopancreatobiliary. The King's team offer specialist investigations and provide all-round care for people with liver, pancreatic, biliary and gall bladder disorders and are continuously advancing their approaches to treatment.

Objectives:

  • Know about current advances in hepatopancreatobiliary surgery including minimal access pancreatic surgery; the role of the NanoKnife and laparoscopic liver surgery
  • Understand the role of modern imaging techniques and their impact on surgical interventions
  • Discuss some of the controversies in their field, including the extended indications for pancreatic surgery
  • Know about current best practise for treatment of pancreatitis
  • Know about current best practise for surgery of the gall bladder and the bile duct injury
  • Know about current advances in the management of hepatopancreatobiliary malignancies

Prices:

Member rates start at £35- £75
Non member rates start at £45 - £95

* Following registration you will be contacted by email with; your booking confirmation, feedback survey and attendance certificate. For full details of the RSM privacy policy, click here.

The programme and speaker line up will be updated regularly.

 

agenda

12.30 pm

Registration, tea and coffee

1.00 pm

Welcome and introduction

Professor Ameet Patel, Consultant Hepatopancreatobiliary, General and Bariatric Surgeon, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Surgery Section, RSM

Dr Pauline Kane, Consultant Radiologist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Ms Avril Chang, Consultant Upper GI Surgeon, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

1.05 pm

Ablation and beyond: Toy Story 4

Dr Pauline Kane, Dr Dylan Lewis, Dr Stephen Gregory and Dr Praveen Pedu, Consultant Radiologists, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

2.00 pm

Minimal access pancreatic surgery: Is there a role for laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy?

Mr Krishna Menon, Consultant Surgeon, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

2.20 pm

Irreversible Electroporation (Nanoknife): A new technique in the treatment of pancreatic and liver tumours

Dr Praveen Peddu, Consultant Interventional Radiologist, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

2.40 pm

Extended indications for pancreatic resections: Is it worth it?

Mr Andreas Prachalias, Consultant Liver Transplant and Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgeon and Clinical Lead for HPB Surgery, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

3.00 pm

Difficult gallbladder: Tips and tricks

Ms Avril Chang, Consultant Upper GI Surgeon, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

3.20 pm

Panel discussion

3.35 pm

Tea and coffee break

Professor Ameet Patel and Dr Paras Dalal, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and President, Oncology Section, Royal Society of Medicine

3.55 pm

Current trends in pancreatitis

Mr Simon Atkinson, Consultant Pancreato-biliary Surgeon, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

4.15 pm

Endoscopic interventions: Whats new?

Dr John Devlin, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

4.35 pm

ALPS: How, when, and why?

Mr Parthi Srinivasan, Consultant HPB and Liver Transplantation Surgeon, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and London Bridge Hospital

4.55 pm

Laparoscopic liver surgery: Increasing resectability rates

Professor Ameet Patel

5.15 pm

Update in HPB oncology

Dr Paul Ross, Consultant Medical Oncologist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

5.35 pm

Panel discussion

5.50 pm

Close of meeting

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organiser's details

For information on this event, contact Daisy GeorgeTel: 02072902982 Email: oncology@rsm.ac.uk arrow