Spring Colorectal Meeting 202110-09-2021 - 11-09-2021
The 2021 Spring Colorectal Meeting will be held in Adelaide in September 2021. More details to follow.
Tripartite Colorectal Meeting 202221-02-2022 - 24-02-2022
The Tripartite Colorectal Meeting will be held in Auckland in 21 - 24 February 2022.
While our focus is to plan for an in-person meeting in Auckland, New Zealand, we will also offer a virtual option for conference content. We anticipate a hybrid format will allow for continued international participation if travel restrictions are still in place.
If you have submitted an abstract for the Meeting you will receive updates from The Conference Company regarding the further submission processes when confirmed.
We look forward to highlighting a comprehensive programme in 2021.
Ian Bissett and the Organising Committee
For more details please see http://www.tripartite2020.com/
ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting24-04-2021 - 28-04-2021
For more details please use the following link Grants/Awards | ASCRS (fascrs.org)
17th Congress of the Intestinal Rehabilitation & Transplant Association30-06-2021 - 02-07-2021
The 17th Congress of the Intestinal Rehabilitation & Transplant Association will be held for the first time in New Zealand on 30 June - 2 July 2021 at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland. This conference occurs every second year globally and covers management of patients with intestinal failure. It will be of significant interest to many of our members.
The website is at www.cirta2021.co.nz
CORE SKILLS: Intro to Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery Workshop26-08-2021 - 26-08-2021
University of Western Australia
Registrations have now opened on CTEC's Core Skills workshop on Thursday 26 August 2021 - suitable for RMOs, Service Registrars and Junior Trainees in General Surgery.
CTEC’s Core Skills: Introduction to Laparoscopic Colorectal Skills Workshop is a highly practical workshop aimed at providing RMOs, Registrars and Junior Trainees with a greater understanding and improved level of competence in the basic techniques required for laparoscopic colorectal surgery.
This workshop aims to provide participants the opportunity to gain knowledge of dissection techniques and vessel control, consolidated by practical sessions in laparoscopic colorectal surgical set up, techniques and dissection. It will provide hands-on familiarisation with equipment participants may have received little exposure to in the clinical setting.
Participants will deepen their understanding and skills in the following areas -
Practical Sessions including Use of Animal Tissue and Simulation Models:
- Practical Laparoscopy: Appendicectomy model and cholecystectomy
- Demonstration: Bench top stapling: principles of stapling devices and end to end anastomosis
- Laparoscopic Procedural Exercises: Right hemi-mobilisation +/- appendicectomy, left colon mobilisation and laparoscopic ileostomy formation +/- closure
- Practical open exercises: Small bowel anastomosis (hand sewn and stapled) and end-to-end colon anastomosis
- Basics of Laparoscopic Surgery I: Ergonomics, entry techniques, trocar and instrument placement and the role of the assistant
- Basics of Laparoscopic Surgery II: Dissection principles, vessel control and energy devices (harmonic, ligasure and diathermy)
- Anastomotic Principles: Sutured anastomosis, stapled anastomosis and anastomotic leak and risk factors
- Appendicectomy: Techniques and complications
- Colonic mobilisation
Resident Medical Officers, Service Registrars and Junior Trainees in General Surgery. It is beneficial for participants to have laparoscopic and suturing experience. Those wishing to increase their experience prior to the workshop are welcome to contact CTEC to organise free practical sessions in CTEC’s Research and Skills Practice Lab.
CONVENOR: Mr Andrew Finlayson
FEE: WA Participant: $865 ; Non-WA Participant: $910
Registrations are available via the CTEC web site: www.ctec.uwa.edu.au
Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group 23rd Annual Scientific Meeting12-10-2021 - 15-10-2021
AGITG Annual Meeting 2021
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
Convenor: Professor Stephen Ackland
The AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting serves not only as a forum for the presentation of state-of-the art overviews on the pathobiological and clinical aspects of GI cancer, but also affords the opportunity to the Australasian scientific community to explore future directions for research and collaboration. The meeting provides GI cancer researchers and specialists with the opportunity to present their research and discuss the current challenges and recent innovations in a multidisciplinary setting.