Surgical Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Common Issues Discussed in Depth
26th April 2013
Course Organiser: Professor Robin Phillips, Dr Ailsa Hart
Date: 26th April 2013
Venue: St Mark’s Hospital
Complex problems in Crohn's disease - medical and surgical challenges explored
This multidisciplinary study day will examine the most difficult problems facing clinicians managing Crohn's patients including anal fistulae, long strictures and refractory disease. Radiological, endoscopic surgical and medical experts in the assessment and management of Crohn's disease will address some of the greatest challenges in this patient group.
Topics will include the timing of surgery, optimal surgical approaches and techniques and combined medical and surgical management, radiological assessment and monitoring, endoscopic and surgical approaches to stricturing disease and optimised medical therapy for Crohn's disease.
Cost: £ 250.00 - Consultants
£ 175.00 - Specialist Registrars & Trainees
£ 140.00 - Nurses
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How to apply:
Download the application form. You can email the completed application form to nwlh-tr.StMarksAcademicInstitute@nhs.net or you can purchase tickets via St Mark's online shop.
For further information contact the Academic Institute
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