St. Mark's Hospital is a national and international referral centre for intestinal and colorectal disorders.
As well as clinical services covering all aspects of colorectal disease and intestinal failure, it has many research interests and a very active programme of teaching and education.
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Date: 17 May 2013
Course Convenor: Mr Robin Kennedy
A one day multidisciplinary symposium held at St Mark's Hospital, London.
HOSPITAL STAYS OF 3 DAYS ARE ACHIEVABLE WITH AN ENHANCED RECOVERY PROGRAMME FOLLOWING COLORECTAL SURGERY.
This symposium aims to allow surgeons and other health professionals to develop and implement Enhanced Recovery Pathways within their own hospital.
Target Audience: Colorectal Surgeons, Anaesthetists, Specialist Colorectal Nurses, Senior Nurses, Pain Team Specialists, Physiotherapists, Dieticians and Managers.
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We are pleased to announce a new course at St Mark's.
Course Convenors: Miss Sonal Arora, Professor Robin Kennedy
Target Audience: Consultants and trainees with an interest in colorectal surgery
Course Overview: This will be the first course in patient safety, leadership and innovation specifically designed for Colorectal Surgeons. It is a one-day course that will help meet the revalidation requirements of Consultants, and help inform senior trainees coming up for Consultant Interview. The course is being run in partnership with Imperial College with several high profile speakers in attendance.
Claire Taylor was nominated to represent the European Oncology Nursing Society at the third Consensus Conference Colon & Rectum held in Perugia 13 -15 December 2012. This meeting was organised to create uniform European Cancer Treatment <http://www.canceraudit.eu/index.php?paginaid=10##> Guidelines to help address the considerable differences in cancer survival rates between European countries. Collaboration between ECCO, ESMO, ESTRO, ESCP, EONS and other European scientific committees was achieved. This facilitated a balanced case based discussion and supported consensus development of the guidelines using the Delphi Method.Read full story »