Programme Overview

 

Draft - subject to change

Sunday 7 October

1830 Welcome Function 

1930        Faculty Dinner (invitation only)

Monday 8 October

Cancer Nurse Co-ordinator Session click here

            
0820   Mihi whakatau (Welcome)        
               
0830

  Welcome by Wendy Brown
(President) 
    Welcome by Arthur Richardson
(President) 
0830    Session 1:     Session 1: Measuring Risk in HPB surgery
0845

  Tools for predicting risk
(David Flum)
0840

  Preoperative physiological testing: CEPEX  
0915 


  What we do ... the impact of cardiorespiratory testing  
(Mike Rogers)
0905   Preoperative psychological testing?  
0930

  Risk to the surgeon
(Russell Blakelock)
0920    Risk assessment tools  
0945

  Risk to the team
(Carl Horsley)
0935

  Assessing the surgeon for risk management: MORISM  
                                                                                                         0950

  What does the patient want to know?

 
1000


  Panel Discussion


1005

 
  Panel Discussion


 

 
1030

  Morning tea
 

1100

 
Session 2: Management of metastatic Gastric Cancer

    Session 2: Cases at the edge: specific surgical techniques to reduce specific risks
1100   Radiological Staging 1100   Bile leak post hepatectomy
1115    Surgical 1112

  Biliary stricture following biliary reconstruction
1130    Radiation 1124    Small remnant syndrome and ALPPS
1145   Chemotherapy 1136

  Delayed emptying following pancreaticoduodenectomy
1200   Panel Discussion 1148

  Pancreatic leak following distal pancreatectomy
      1200
 
  Central pancreatectomy: when and how
      1212

  The difficult pancreaticojejunostomy
      1224   Discussion
1230 
  
  Lunch
(AGM ANZGOSA)
      

1330
  
  Session 3:
Free papers ANZGOSA 
    Session 3:
Free papers ANZHPBA

1530

  Afternoon tea 
1600
  Session 4: Reducing the risk
   
Session 4: The great debate: open-laparoscopic-robot?

1600

  Patient centred outcomes
(David Flum)

1600

 
  1. A solitary colorectal liver metastasis in segment 7
1620

  How to reduce reflux post oesophagectomy     Open approach / Laparoscopic approach  / Robotic approach / Discussion
1600  / 1608   / 1616  / 1624                                
1640 

  How to reduce Ivor Lewis anastomotic leak 

1630

 
  2. A 4 cm neuroendocrine tumour in the pancreatic body
1700    How to reduce chyle leak 
    Open approach / Laparoscopic approach  / Robotic approach / Discussion
1630  / 1638  / 1644  / 1652
                                              
1700


  3. A 2cm adenocarcinoma in the pancreatic head
1710   Panel Discussion     Open approach / Laparoscopic approach  / Robotic approach / Discussion
1700 / 1708 / 1716 / 1724
           
1830                              Conference Dinner

Tuesday 9 October - conjoint


0830
  Session 5 : Risks to your practice
0830    
  Governance Risk: the surgeon as director
0845        Cyber risk for surgical practices
0900        Medico legal and audit by professional bodies
0915        Centralization of practice
0930       Practice bench marking and risk adjustment
0945       Panel Discussion
         
1000  
Morning Tea
         
1030


  Session 6 : Risk It or Too Risky: Issues in managing HPB/Upper GI emergencies as a non-specialist Surgeon
1030  
Perforated oesophagus
1045       Ruptured GIST
1100        Acute PV thrombosis
1115        Spontaneous hepatic haemorrhage
1130        The difficult gallbladder
1145       Gastric volvulus
1200        Perforated gastric ulcer 
1215        Pancreatic trauma
         
1230

  Lunch
(ANZHPBA AGM)
         
1330

  Session 7 : Quikshots: ANZGOSA / ANZHPBA fellow presentations

1500   
Afternoon tea

1530
  Session 8 : Managing the fallout: Rescue and salvage
1530       Red head/blue head: How the AllBlacks manage expectation, setbacks and stress
1630       What the surgeon should do for the patient  
1645        The second victim  
1700        What the patient wants  
1715        Discussion  
             
1730    Conference Close  

as at 13 February 2018 

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