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Managing surgical risk during the COVID-19 era

Live discussion
27/05/2020 5:00 PM BST

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St Mark's - The National Bowel Hospital begins a series of brand new FREE webinars and online discussion forums, inviting the colorectal GI community to an interactive and engaging hour of presentations, panel discussions, live polling and Q&A.

What are the commonalities and differences between London and New York - two cities massively impacted. How were services managed and what was the impact on patients?

Is there a consensus for patient pathways created in the immediate aftermath?

Mitigating risks for colorectal cancer patients. Have we agreed our treatment modalities?

What next? Will there be a new normal for colorectal cancer surgery and what is an acceptable level of patient care?

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The meeting will include live, interactive polling that all attendees are encouraged to take part in. To do so, please download the app on your iPhone or Android in advance. You will be given further instructions on how to access the polls at the start of the meeting.

Please register for this event

St Mark's Webinar Free Registration: Managing surgical risk during the COVID-19 era


Speakers

  • Mr Danilo Miskovic

    Mr Danilo Miskovic

    St Mark's Hospital

    Mr Miskovic is a Consultant Colorectal surgeon. He has specialised in the surgical treatment of bowel cancer, with a focus on advanced minimally-invasive surgery, such as laparoscopic, transanal and robotic surgery.

  • Dr Patricia Sylla

    Dr Patricia Sylla

    Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

    Dr Sylla has been a leader in developing minimally invasive approaches to the surgical treatment of colon and rectal cancer. Furthermore, Dr Sylla is highly trained and experienced in treating rectal prolapse and performing transanal endoscopic surgery.

  • Dr Claire Taylor

    Dr Claire Taylor

    St Mark's Hospital

    Dr Taylor is a Macmillan Nurse Consultant with the complex cancer team at St Mark’s and also works as a lecturer and researcher. She has dedicated her career to developing colorectal cancer nursing for which she was awarded an MBE.

  • Mr Ian Jenkins

    Mr Ian Jenkins

    St Mark's Hospital

    Mr Jenkins was appointed as Consultant Surgeon to St Mark’s Hospital in 2008 following training in Coloproctology/ Surgical Oncology in the West of Scotland and St Mark’s Hospital.

  • Ms Elaine Burns

    Ms Elaine Burns

    St Mark's Hospital

    Ms Burns is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at St Marks Hospital and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. Her area of clinical interest is colorectal surgery and in particular the surgical management of primary and recurrent colorectal cancer.