Polyposis Registry Information Evening September 2021

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Information Evening for patients with a diagnosis of a polyposis syndrome and their families

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Polyposis Syndrome Online Patient Evening

Location: Online format – Eventbrite via St Mark’s Hospital Academic Institute

Date: 16th September 2021

Time: 17:00-19:00

  • Come and join us online and hear about how we are delivering services in the covid era and beyond.
  • Listen to what’s new in clinical management and research
  • Hear from the chair of the polyposis support group and get involved.
  • Plenty of opportunity to ask questions in the Consultant Q+A session and to meet the team

Draft Programme:

1. Welcome: Cheryl Grainger polyposis patient support group

2. Service delivery in the covid era and beyond: Vicky Cuthill

3. What’s new in clinical management and research: Dr Andrew Latchford

4. Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD): Catherine Hartigan

5. Polyposis patient support group: Cheryl Grainger

6. Consultant Q&A Panel

Panel: Professor Sue Clark, Dr Andrew Latchford, Dr Kevin Monahan, Vicky Cuthill and the polyposis registry team

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Organiser St Mark's Academic Institute

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St Mark’s Academic Institute is the centre of education and research at St Mark's Hospital; the first and only specialist bowel hospital in the UK.

 

The Academic Institute is part of the St Mark’s Hospital Foundation (registered charity number 1140930). We are dedicated to research, education and dissemination of best practice in the field of bowel disease.

 

St Mark’s Hospital and the Academic Institute attract practitioners from the UK and overseas. We pride ourselves on a multidisciplinary approach to individual patients combining both medical and surgical expertise with specialist nursing and paramedical skills.

 

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