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Dilemmas & Debates in Colorectal Surgery Nov 2015

Dear DUKES Member,

Following the success of our first two annual conferences, we are delighted to invite you to attend the 3rd winter conference which will once again be organized by The International University of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ISUCRS) and King’s College London (KCL).

This year’s 2015 conference aims to be ‘Bigger & Better’.

On the 19th November there will be 3 FREE Practical Workshops at King's College Hospital, London, SE5 9RS. Places are limited and will only be available to specialist and colorectal trainees at a suitable level of training and who have also registered to attend the conference.

To broaden the audience participation, we will be for the first time; we have including a 'How I do it' session and a Colorectal research forum for oral presentations on the Friday 20th November. Details on how to submit an abstract for consideration by the scientific committee will shortly be on the conference website (www.ddcrs.org). Only the best 5 abstracts submitted will be accepted for oral presentation and there will be a price of £150 for the best presentation.

On the Saturday 21st November, there will also be full day didactic colorectal session open for all registered delegates to attend.

To take advantage of the discounted rate for the first 20 DUKES members who register, please register as normal at www.ddcrs.org and insert the discount code ‘dukesddcrs15’ during the checkout stage to receive a discount of £15.00.

Peritoneal Surface Malignancy Course

ESSO and PSOGI in association with The Christie School of Oncology are holding a 2 day course on Peritoneal Surface Malignancy on 8th and 9th October 2015 and faculty members include Sarah O'Dwyer and Brendan Moran.

Course fee: EUR600 for ESSO members and EUR800 for non members.

Click here for a flyer.

Newcastle Laparoscopic Cadaveric TME Course 8th September 2015

Applications are now open for the Newcastle Lap TME course being held this autumn. 

This one day intensive course of lectures, debate, exchange and practicals sessions is designed to improve the understanding and practice of TME laparoscopic surgery through didactic lectures and hands on cadaveric training experience.  This course is conducted by a faculty of experienced surgeons.

Course cost: £650

For a flyer with details of how to apply click on this link

ACPGBI Educational Needs Survey

Dear Member

If you haven't done so already, please find the link below requesting your response to an 'educational needs survey'. This should only take 5 minutes of your time and your replies will largely determine the future direction of our Society's educational initiatives. The survey will close this Friday (31st July)

Thank you for your time and support.

Justin Davies
Chair, Education and Training, ACPGBI



Click to access survey here

ASIT Pan-Specialty Survey

Dear Colleagues,

Several collaborating trainee doctor associations are conducting a survey to get your views on potential changes to medical training in the UK.  The survey is pan-specialty, and covers a number of topics raised in recent proposals related to the shape of training review. It should only take about 10 minutes to complete, but will help to further discussions regarding UK training.  Please do take the time to fill this out, as we can only represent trainees with your help.

The survey can be found at:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/asit_bota_shot

Please feel free to send this on to your colleagues, as the more views we get, the more evidence we can capture.


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