King’s Live Endoscopy Masterclass

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The two-day masterclass programme includes a range of state-of-the-art lectures and live endoscopy demonstrations. We’re delighted to welcome a fantastic faculty to London for King’s Live 2019.

The programme will commence on Friday 8 November at 08:55 and closing at 17:40. Sessions will run on Saturday 9 November from 09:00 until 16:30.

Programme Directors:
Mr Amyn Haji, Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital
Dr Bu’ Hussain Hayee, Consultant Gastroenterologist, King’s College Hospital
Dr Deepak Joshi, Consultant Hepatologist, King’s College Hospital
Dr David Reffitt, Consultant Gastroenterologist, King’s College Hospital

International Faculty

Professor Shin ei Kudo, Japan
Prof Takashi Toyonaga,  Japan
Dr Takemasa Hayashi, Japan
Prof Yutaka Saito, Japan
Professor Oliver Pech, Germany
Professor Henrik Thorlacius, Sweden
Prof Helmut Neumann, Germany
Dr David L Diehl, United States
Prof Jan Martinek, Czech Republic

National Faculty

Professor Pradeep Bhandari, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Portsmouth University Hospitals
Dr Ian Penman, Edinburgh
Dr Noriko Suzuki, Consultant Gastroenterologist, St Mark’s Hospital
Dr Rehan Haidry, Consultant Gastroenterologist, University College Hospital
Dr George Webster, Consultant Hepatologist, University College Hospital
Dr Alberto Murino, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Royal Free Hospital
Dr John Anderson, Cheltenham & Gloucestershire Hospital

Friday 8th November

0800 – 0900 Registration and Coffee
0855 Welcome and Introduction
Amyn Haji, Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic
Surgeon, King’s College Hospital
0910 – 0930 State of the art lecture I
Artificial intelligence using EndoBrain for endoscopic
diagnosis
Prof Shin ei Kudo, Yokohama, Japan
0930 – 1100 Live demonstration I
Discussions: Rectal neoplasms – EMR, ESD or TEMS?
1100 – 1130 Coffee and Trade Exhibition
1130 – 1240 Live demonstration II
Discussions: Endoscopic diagnosis of polyps – EUS, mini
probe ultrasound, magnification, scarred polyps.
1240 – 1300 State of the art lecture II – Experience of colorectal ESD
from National Cancer Centre, Japan
Prof Yutaka Saito, Japan
1300 – 1400 Lunch and Trade Exhibition
1400 – 1530 Live demonstration III
Discussions: Biliary stones, strictures, pancreatic
tumours/pseudocysts, cholangioscopy
1530 – 1600 Coffee and Trade Exhibition
1600 – 1620 State of art lecture III
Looking through the spyglass
Dr David Diehl, USA
1620 – 1730 Panel discussion. Review of cases – Q & A with the
experts
1930  Conference Dinner – London

Saturday 9th November

0800 – 0900 Registration and Coffee
0900-0920 State of the art lecture IV
Recurrence after colorectal EMR – is it time to change routine practice?
Amyn Haji, Consultant Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgeon
King’s College Hospital, London
0920 – 1050 Live demonstration IV
Discussions: Colonic polyps – EMR, ESD or laparoscopic surgery.
Colorectal polyps in colitis – ESD or colectomy?
Magnification chromoendoscopy
1050 – 1120 Coffee and Trade Exhibition
1120 – 1300 Live demonstration V
Discussions: POEM for recurrent achalasia
Complications of endoscopic resections
GI bleeding, treating stenosis in GI tract
Managing perforation
1300 – 1400 Lunch and Trade Exhibition
1400 – 1415 State of the art lecture V
Metabolic endoscopy– an update in endoscopic management of obesity and type 2 diabetes
Dr Bu Hayee
1415 – 1530 Live demonstration VI
Discussions: Barrett’s, Achalasia, submucosal tumours, antireflux endoscopic surgery, gastroparesis
1530 – 1600 Coffee break
1600 – 1715 Live demonstration VII
Discussions: ESD techniques, UK, Europe, USA, Japan
1715 – 1745 Panel discussion: Review of cases – Q&A with the experts