Dukes' Club Annual Educational Weekend 2021

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Nottingham Belfry

Mellors Way

Nottingham

NG8 6PY

United Kingdom

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The Dukes' Annual Weekend is a FREE educational weekend consisting of hands-on courses, interactive lectures & a dedicated FRCS VIVA session

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** For the virtual event please register at https://virtualdukes.eventbrite.co.uk

For the face to face event follow instructions below

PLEASE SELECT ONLY 1 TICKET TYPE + Friday morning lap skills course if required + Sunday morning FRCS COURSE if desired. Please see bottom of this page for description of each ticket. If you require a day delegate ticket for Friday course only without attending the rest of the conference please email dukesclubsecretary@gmail.com and you request will be considered.

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  1. Intermediate Laparoscopic Course – Friday morning course only
  2. Laparoscopic TME Course & Dukes' Conference – Friday afternoon course, Friday dinner, bed, breakfast, Saturday conference, Saturday dinner, bed, breakfast.
  3. Abdominal Wall Closure & Dukes' Conference – Friday afternoon course, Friday dinner, bed, breakfast, Saturday conference, Saturday dinner, bed, breakfast.
  4. Sat 4th Sep Conference, Dinner & Overnight Stay –Saturday conference, Saturday dinner, bed, breakfast.
  5. Sat 4th Sep Conference - Day Delegate only – Saturday conference
  6. Sunday 5th Sep FRCS Course – Sunday morning FRCS course only

Dukes’ Club Weekend 3rd - 5th September 2021

Supported by Ethicon, Gore & Cook Medical.

Friday 3rd September 10:00 - 12:30

Ethicon Intermediate Laparoscopic Skills Course

Friday 3rd September 13:00 - 17:00

PLEASE NOTE, THESE COURSES WILL RUN SIMULTANEOUSLY, SO YOU CAN ONLY APPLY FOR ONE OF THEM

Ethicon Laparoscopic TME Course

An opportunity to practice laparoscopic anterior resection in a high fidelity simulated course provided by experienced surgical faculty.

Cook and Gore Medical Abdominal wall course

An opportunity to discuss and practice concepts of abdominal wall closure and repair with faculty from the ACPGBI Abdominal wall subcommittee.

Saturday 4th September

Session 1:

Controversies session:

  • Bowel Preparation and pre-operative oral antibiotics. TBA
  • Neo-adjuvant therapy for colonic cancer. Ms Elaine Burns. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, St Mark's Hospital. Honary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London. Associate Editor Colorectal Disease
  • Rectal cancer: Organ preservation v TME. Mr Martyn Evans. Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Swansea. BJS Editor
  • Evidence for robotic colorectal surgery. Mr Samson Tou. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, University Hospital of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. Honary Clinical Assoicate Professor University of Nottingham. Associate Editor Colorectal Disease
  • The Crohns mesentry. Professor Sean Langenfeld. Assocaite Professor and Chief, Colon and Rectal Surgery. University of Nebraska. Disease of Colon &Rectum, Section Editor. (virtual)

Session 2: Career Hacks

  • Making the best of your training. Miss Katie Walter , Consultant colorectal and sarcoma surgeon, Nottingham University Hospitals
  • Plan B: making the best of rejection. TBA
  • Enterpreunial and colorectal. Mr Fareed Iqbal , CEO/Founder SurgEase Innovation
  • Getting your dream job. Miss Katie Adams. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Guys and St Thomas'. Chair EYCN
  • Mentorship and support for new consultants and EYCN. Mr Paul Sutton. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, The Christie. Mentorship lead, EYCN
  • Making your money work. Mr Tim Cook. Consulant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Gloucestershire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Immediate Past Chair of SAC for General Surgery

AGM

  • Dukes’ Club Report 20/21
  • Committee Role Descriptions
  • ACPGBI Presidential Address. Professor Peter Sagar, President of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

Session 3: The Down-low

  • Anorectal testing - The ABC of the IAS and EAS. Miss Emma Carrington, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin
  • What the heck! Peri-anal skin conditions. Mr Phil Tozer. Consultant St Mark's Hospital, Chair Proctology Subcommittee ACPGBI
  • The heart sink anus. Ms Jennie Granger Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Countess of Chester Hospital

Session 4:Lucky Dip

  • Assessment and management of rectorectal tumours. Professor Peter Sagar, President of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland. Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
  • Colorectal STIs – Dr Ruth Taylor , Head of Service, Integrated Sexual Health Services and HIV, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Laparoscopy in Colorectal Emergency General Surgery . TBA

Elections

Session 5: As Time Goes By

  • Picking-up from paediatrics: Colorectal paediatric surgical disease and transitioning to adult surgery. Mr Alexander Macdonald . Consultant Paediatric and Neonatal Surgeon, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Gender reassignment surgery: what the colorectal surgeon must know. Mr Phil Tozer. Consultant St Mark's Hospital, Chair Proctology Subcommittee ACPGBI
  • The future of training - the Instagram trainee. TBA
  • Toys and Tech TBA

Session 6: Movie Night

  • Colorectal Oscars: Top 3 coloretal videos. Commentary & Critique. Nicola Eardley. Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
  • The horror show: Surgical Misadventure. Prevention and Salvage. Mr Charles Maxwell - Armstrong, Conultant Colorectal Surgeon. ACPGBI President in Waiting
  • What happens next. TBA

Election results and Presidential Handover

Dinner

Sunday 5th September

FRCS Course 09:30 - 12:30

Any questions or enquuires please contact dukesclubsecretary@gmail.com

Terms and Conditions

  1. This course is FREE for all Dukes'/ACPGBI trainee members.This means those with associate ACPGBI membership who are surgical trainees or post-CCT fellows. The Dukes' Club reserve the right to delete bookings made by those who do not meet criteria.
  2. No CPD points will be given for this event which is designed for colorectal trainees.
  3. If an ACPGBI membership is not provided at the time of booking your booking will be deleted.
  4. A refundable deposit is required to confirm your place and will be refunded on attendance.
  5. If you are unable to attend the meeting after the booking, refunds will be issued up to 14 days prior to the event.
  6. If there is non-attendance of the event or any part thereof, your deposit will not be refunded unless exceptional circumstances can be proven.
  7. Exceptional circumstances include personal COVID-19, requirement for self-isolation, or bereavement. The Dukes' Club reserve the right to request evidence for the above.
  8. Any other reasons for non-attendance including short-notice cover at work, or child-care will be considered by the committee but will be unlikely to result in a return of the deposit as the costs will not be recoverable by the Dukes' Club.
  9. If it is discovered that attendees do not meet the above eligibility criteria the Dukes' Club reserve the right to retain the deposit.
  10. The committee reserves the right to refuse reservation of future events in the case of non-attendance.


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Location

Nottingham Belfry

Mellors Way

Nottingham

NG8 6PY

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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UK network for colorectal surgery trainees.

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