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SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM

THURSDAY 22ND MARCH 2018 – The Pyrmont Theatre        NEXT DAY>>      

0730 REGISTRATION OPENS AND ARRIVAL TEA/COFFEE AMONGST THE TRADE DISPLAYS IN THE GALLERY
0830 - 0835 Official conference open and welcomeProf Michael Bourke

RICHARD HOPE MINI SYMPOSIUM: 
Optimising Everyday Endoscopy

Chair: Dr Steve Williams
0835 - 0855 Detecting and characterising UGI dysplasia (Stomach and Squamous Oesophagus) Prof Pradeep Bhandari
0855 - 0915 Challenging colon polyps: Scarred lesions, recurrence, etc. ‘Little things to achieve success’ Dr Nick Burgess
0915 - 1030

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 1

Chairs: Dr Steve Williams, Dr Milan Bassan, Dr Michael Swan
1030 - 1110 Morning tea amongst the trade displays in The Gallery
1110 - 1300

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 2 

Chairs: A/Prof David van der Poorten, Prof Raj Singh, A/Prof Alan Moss
1300 - 1410 Lunch amongst the trade displays in The Gallery
1410 - 1520

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 3 

Chairs: Dr Robert Cheng, Dr Simon Zanati, Dr Farzan Bahin
1520 - 1600 Afternoon tea and trade displays in The Gallery

SIES State of the Art Lecture 1

1600 - 1620 Barrett’s Oesophagus 2018: What we don’t know but should – Prof Prateek Sharma
1620 - 1640 General endoscopy quiz  (prizes awarded on Friday afternoon) – Dr Naaz Sidhu

MINI SYMPOSIUM: Challenges in Colonoscopy  
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1640 - 1700 Colonoscopy quality: Why it really matters, more than you know! –  A/Prof Steve Heitman
1700 - 1720 Chronic Colitis and CRC risk: Screening for prevention? –  Prof Paul Fockens
1720 - 1740 Chronic Colitis and CRC risk: Medical therapy for prevention? –  A/Prof Susan Connor
1740 - 1800 Panel Discussion
1800 CLOSE
1900 - 2130 OFFICIAL SYMPOSIUM RECEPTION