YEP- Ask the experts – Round table session

YEP- Ask the experts, Round table session is on Friday 5th June from 15:00- 16:30 during the BSGE Silver Jubilee Meeting in William Sangster Room. Places are free to conference delegates but spaces are limited so you will need to book in advance to guarantee a seat. Allocation will be on a first come, first served basis. The format will be small group discussions with a short presentation followed by an interactive question and answer session. There will be three 30 min sessions in total allowing each delegate to choose the three sessions that most interest them.
A summary of each session is as follows:

1. Ipsilateral port placement and suturing
Ergonomics
Port placement
Suturing demonstration
Tips and tricks for adnexal surgery, deep endometriosis excision, hysterectomy and myomectomy.
Elizabeth Ball – Royal London Hospital, London

2. Hysteroscopic surgery
“Maximising completion rates for outpatient hysteroscopy”
Equipment
Technique
Analgesia
Overcoming the “stenosed cervix”
Paul Bulmer- St Georges Hospital, London

3. Laparoscopic hysterectomy
Routine steps
Techniques for success
Tissue retrieval
Tips and tricks
Andreas Stavroulis- ISIS clinic, Cypress

4. Laparoscopic myomectomy
case selection
risk reduction
intra-operative tricks and tips
tissue retrieval
Tariq Miskry – St Mary’s Hospital, London

5. Rectovaginal endometriosis
Routine steps
Safe technique
Pitfalls to avoid
Tips and tricks
Dominic Byrne- Royal Cornwall Hospital, Cornwall

6. Complications
Prevention
Intra-operative management
post-operative care
Medico legal aspects
Tom Holland- UCLH, London

7. Gynaecological Endoscopic training
Didactic structured training for all at ST1
The place of simulation in laparoscopic training
Feasibility of e-learning
Creation of faculties – the way forward?
Dilip Visvanathan – Whipps Cross Hospital, London

8. Gynaecological Research
How do I get started?
Gaining ethics approval and funding
Optimizing recruitment and collaboration
Successful publishing
Christian Becker- Oxford University and John Radcliffe Hospital

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