3rd KENT (Kent ENdoscopy Training) Course 2019, Education Centre, Thursday, 17. October 2019

This is the only endoscopy training course based within KSS, featuring live endoscopy cases by national and international experts. There will be formative lectures delivered by experts in their field together with hands-on training on animal models lead by Dr Zacharias Tsiamoulos. CPD points and certificates will be available for those completing the course. There are opportunities to see and attend live cases with interaction to endosurgical procedures which also serves as a refresher course for advanced endoscopic techniques. We are also delighted to be the only courses able to deliver interactive sessions on advanced endoscopic techniques.
The course offers exposure to the new complex polyp service and pathways using our experts from the Trust, and delegates will have the opportunity to have hands on practice and feedback.
The Trust will also be offering delegates opportunities to apply for a Fellowship in advanced endosurgery
Engaging with and meeting National and international experts.
Opportunities to see and attend lives cases with interaction to endosurgical procedures which also serves as a refresher course for advanced endoscopic techniques.
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See the Programme of Events below for full details:





Day 1 - Thursday 17 October









07:45 Registration - Welcome



08:00 Lecture: Endo-surgical platforms for the excision of complex rectal polyps
08:15 Room 1: Live TASER case
09:30: Lecture: Inflammatory Bowel Disease surveillance: BSG guidelines and the role of IBD MDM
09:50 Room 2: Live Chromoendoscopy case – UC colitis
10:30 Lecture: Chromoendoscopy on IBD surveillance- endoscopic therapy
11:30 Room 2: ESD/EMR case on IBD
12:00 Lecture: Water assisted colonoscopy and therapy
12:20 Room 1: Water assisted and Endocuff vision assisted colonoscopy/therapy
13:00 Lunch and Coffee
13:30 Room 1: Live TAMIS case
14:00 Lecture: Introduction to BSG guidelines for the complex non-penduculated colorectal polyps
14:45 Room 2: Live ESD/EMR case
15:15: Lecture: First clinical experience of Speedboat submucosal colorectal Dissections: a paradigm shift
15:30 Lecture: BSG guidelines for Serrated polyps
15:45 Room 1: Live EMR/ESD case
16:30: Lecture: Outline of Complex Polyp MDM: ‘new kid of the block’ - Discussion of Complex Polyp MDM cases
17:00 Lecture: Management of complex non-penduculated colorectal polyps: synergistic or solo therapeutic approach?
18:30 End of 1st training day

Day 2 - Friday 18 October


















08:00 Room 1: Live ESD/EMR cases



08:30 Lecture: Indications for EMR and the use Hybrid EMR/ESD approach
09:45 Lecture: Imaging modalities for the characterization of Colorectal polyps
10:15 Room 2: Live EUS case and Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) assessment for colorectal polyps - Live ESD/EMR cases
11:15 Lecture: Post-resection EMR/ESD specimens – Histopathology insights
12:00: Room 1: Live ESD/EMR cases
12:30: Lecture: Role of EUS on the assessment of colorectal polyps
12:45: Lecture: A.I. application on the assessment of colorectal polyps
13:00 Lunch and Coffee
13:00 Room 2: Live ESD/EMR cases
13:30 Lecture: JNETS guidelines and Pit pattern interpretation of Colorectal polyps
14:30 Room 1: Live ESD/EMR cases
15:00 Lecture: ESD and EMR complications and management
15:30 Room 2: Live ESD/EMR cases
16:30 Lecture: Colorectal ESD training in the West
16:45 Lecture: Animal training – ARRIVE guidelines for publication
18:30 End of 2nd training day

Day 3 - Saturday 19 October

08:15 Animal ex vivo porcine models training: rotation between Speedboat device/Dual Jet knife/IT nano knife and TASER platform
















(5 stations with Speedboat device, 4 delegates per station)
(4 stations with Dual Jet knife/IT nano knife, 4 delegates per station)
(1 station with TASER platform, 4 delegates per station)
11:15 Lunch and Coffee
11:30 Animal ex vivo porcine models training: rotation between Speedboat device/Dual Jet knife/IT nano knife and TASER platform
(5 stations with Speedboat device, 4 delegates per station)
(4 stations with Dual Jet knife/IT nano knife, 4 delegates per station)
(1 station with TASER platform, 4 delegates per station)
14:30 End of 3rd training day and closure of the course




































 
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Please email:  or karennicholson1@nhs.net
Tel:  01843 225544 ext 3318
 
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Thursday, 17. October 2019, Education Centre, 3rd KENT (Kent ENdoscopy Training) Course 2019

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