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SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM

FRIDAY 15th MARCH 2019   

SIES 2019 Program (PDF) SIES 2019 Program (PDF) (693 KB)


Meet the Professor Breakfast Sessions LEVEL 2 ROOMS (opposite the Pyrmont Theatre)

0715 - 0815 Pre-registration is required. If the back of your name badge does not outline a breakfast session, then you have not pre-booked this. Please see the registration desk.
1. Keeping out of trouble. Adverse events, definitions, avoidance and management - Prof Peter Cotton (ROOM C2.3)
2. Advanced imaging in colonoscopy: Detection and differentiation of lesions made easy - Prof Evelien Dekker (ROOMS C2.5+C2.6)
3. How and why to learn ESD in the West - Prof Hironori Yamamoto (ROOM C2.1)
4. eFTR in the Colon with the FTRD system: Sparing the surgeon - Prof Thomas Gottwald, Ovesco Endoscopy AG  (ROOM C2.2)
0800 REGISTRATION OPENS AND ARRIVAL TEA/COFFEE AMONGST THE TRADE DISPLAYS IN THE GALLERY

SIES State of the Art Lecture 2 (THE PYRMONT THEATRE)
 Chairs: Dr Vu Kwan, Dr Mark Appleyard

0830 - 0850 Hereditary colorectal cancer: Recognition, new concepts and chemoprevention Prof Evelien Dekker
0850 - 0900 Panel discussion
0900 - 1030

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 4   
CHAIRS: Dr Vu Kwan, Dr Sina Alexander and Dr Mark Appleyard

1030 - 1100 Morning tea and trade displays
1100 - 1300

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 5     
CHAIRS: Dr Rita Lin, Dr Cameron Bell and A/Prof Ian Norton
including clinical update 2 :

Screening high risk individuals for Pancreas Cancer Prof Michael Wallace
1300 - 1400 Lunch and trade displays in The Gallery
1400 - 1530

LIVE ENDOSCOPY 6   
CHAIRS: Dr Eric Lee, Dr Matthew Remedios, Dr Thao Lam

1530 - 1545 Quiz answers and awards for the winners  – Dr Iddo Bar-Yishay

Summary and meeting close –  Prof Michael Bourke
Please note: Program is not final and is subject to change