Day Two – Saturday 04 November

  • Saturday 04 November
  • 07:45-12:45
  • Promenade Room – Crown Conference Centre


Breakfast Symposium – 07:45-08:45 – Interesting Cases in General Surgery 

The following involves Fellow presenting an interesting case to the Consultant followed by a discussion around the key learning points and expert commentary. 

07:45  Colorectal Case – Fellow: Dr Kasmira Wilson, Consultant: Dr Paul Simpson
08:00  Upper GI Case – Fellow: Dr Aaditya Narendra, Consultant: Dr Richard Chen
08:15  Endocrine Case – Fellow: Dr Stephanie Manning, Consultant: Dr Andrew Gillis
08:30  Hepatobiliary case – Fellow: Dr Helen Pham, Consultant: Prof Marty Smith
08:45  Early Management of Burns Case – Fellow: Dr Romy Granek, Consultant: Dr Dane Holden

Session One – 08:45-10:30 – Building a Surgical career 

09:00  Day Two Welcome – Prof Jonathan Serpell
09:05  Surgical coaching and mentorship beyond your training – Dr Brenessa Linderman
09:20  Acute General Surgery: Coming of age as a specialty – Dr Jun Ban
09:35  Surgical education: Evolving needs of trainees today – Dr Andrew Packiyanathan
09:50  Building an academic surgical career – Dr Joseph Kong
10:05  Making the most of competency based training – Dr Damien Loh
10:20  Panel discussion and Q&A

Morning Tea with Industry – 10:30-11:00 

Session Two – 11:00-12:45 – Interdisciplinary Approach to Complex Problems

11:00  New therapies in breast cancer: How to sequence them with surgery – Prof Christobel Saunders
11:15  Breast reconstruction for the difficult patient – Dr Sarah Kemp & Dr Satomi Koide
11:30  Anal fistula / perianal conditions: A team approach – Dr Stewart Skinner
11:45  TIRADS: The interdisciplinary language of risk – Dr Meei Yeung
12:00  Effect of obesity on colorectal cancer treatment outcomes – Dr Stephen Bell
12:15  Panel discussion and Q&A
12:30  Organising and Scientific Committees’ closing remarks