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International Bordeaux Colorectal Masterclass

On-site
Masterclass
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Visceral and digestive surgery
Pessac, France
5-day course / 31 effective hours
40 attendees per session
English
31 CME Credits

Course details

Training for 40 participants over 1 week, amphitheater with education, live surgery and interactives sessions. The main topics covered will be medical & technical innovation for colorectal cancer, benign diseases / IBD and pelvic floor disorders.


This Masterclass is intended for surgeons who want to discover best practices in Colorectal Surgery and learn the strategic rationale behind the technique.

Pr. Rullier and Dr Denost will welcome 24 Experts and host 14 Live Cases with each day dedicated to a specific subject: Colon Cancer, Rectal Cancer, Benign Disease, and Pelvic Floor Disorders.

This unique 5-day course will address standards and innovative techniques for colorectal surgery. All pathologies will be transversally covered and we will present the best medical-surgical strategies to understand the holistic management of the disease.


The International Bordeaux Colorectal Masterclass, Pessac, France, 18/10/2021 22/10/2021 has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 31 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participation international-activities. Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

What will you learn?

- To understand the standard and variations of surgical procedures in colorectal surgery

- To know the main technical difficulties

- To discuss strategy therapeutic and innovations

Educational methods

Live case observation, Simulation, Video, Lectures, On-site

Target audience

Colorectal Surgeons

Digestive Surgeons

General Surgeons

Program

MONDAY - COLON CANCER

8:30am - Live Surgery

Moderators: D. MISKOVIC, Q. DENOST

  • Robotic right colectomy - Operator: E. COTTE
  • Laparoscopic left colectomy - Operator: B. CELERIER


1pm - Lunch


2pm Technical Points

Moderators: E. COTTE, Q. DENOST

  • CME & 3D reconstruction: the new concept - D. MISKOVIC
  • Intra or extra corporeal anastomosis after right colectomy - E. COTTE
  • Controversy for left transverse cancer:
  • subtotal colectomy - D. MISKOVIC
  • segmental colectomy - Q. DENOST


3:30pm - Coffee Break


4pm - Medical Strategies

Moderators: D. MISKOVIC, E. RULLIER

  • Colonic polyps: endoscopy versus surgery? - J. JACQUES
  • Update in treatment for colorectal cancer, which patients? - D. SMITH


4:45pm - Expert MDT (2 cases)

  • Colorectal surgeons: D. MISKOVIC, E. COTTE, B. CELERIER, Q. DENOST, E. RULLIER
  • Liver Surgeon: C. LAURENT
  • Gastroenterologist: J. JACQUES
  • Oncologist: D. SMITH


5:30pm - End


TUESDAY - RECTAL CANCER

8:30am - Live Surgery 

Moderators: C. DE CHAISEMARTIN, E. RULLIER

  • Lap Low anterior Resection - Operator: Q. DENOST
  • TaTME - Operator: R. HOMPES


1pm - Lunch


2pm - Technical Points

Moderators: E. RULLIER, B. CELERIER

  • Low anastomosis after TME: tips, tricks and controversies - C. DE CHAISEMARTIN
  • Controversy in the use of defunctioning stoma after TME
  • Never - R. HOMPES
  • Selectively - Q. DENOST
  • Active postoperative management after TME - R. HOMPES


3:30pm - Coffee Break


4pm - Medical Strategies

Moderators: R. HOMPES, Q. DENOST

  • Place of MRI in surgical strategy - N. FRULIO
  • Organ preservation after radiochemotherapy: options in small remnant? - V. VENDRELY


4:45pm - Expert MDT (2 cases)

  • Surgeons: R. HOMPES, C. DE CHAISEMARTIN, Q. DENOST, E. RULLIER
  • Radiologist: N. FRULIO
  • Radiotherapist: V. VENDRELY


5:30pm - End

WEDNESDAY - BENIGN DISEASE

8:30am - Live Surgery

Moderators: Z. LAKKIS, Q. DENOST

  • Laparoscopic protectomy with ileoanal pouch anastomosis - Operator: A. BROUQUET
  • Laparoscopic resection of Crohn disease - Operator: B. CELERIER


1pm - Lunch


2pm - Technical Points

Moderators: D. LAHARIE, Q. DENOST

  • Impact of anastomosis on postoperative recurrence in CD - P. MYRELID
  • Robotic approach in IBD - Z. LAKKIS
  • Ileoanal pouch : tips, tricks and controversies - P. MYRELID


3:30pm - Coffee Break


4pm - Medical Strategies

Moderators: A. BROUQUET, Z. LAKKIS

  • How to improve postoperative outcomes in ileocolic CD? - A. BROUQUET
  • Ileal refractory CD: How to select patients for surgery? - D. LAHARIE


4:45pm - Expert MDT (2 cases)

  • Surgeons: P. MURELID, A. BROUQUET, Z. LAKKIS, B. CELERIER, Q. DENOST, E. RULLIER
  • Gastroenterologist: D. LAHARIE


5:30pm - End


THURSDAY - PELVIC FLOOR

8:30am - Live Surgery

Moderators: E. RULLIER, Q. DENOST

  • Laparoscopic rectopexy - Operator: B. CELERIER
  • Sacral neurostimulation - Operator: G. MEURETTE
  • Rectal prolapse perineal approach - Operator: F. RIS
  • Perineal defect repair - Operator: Q. DENOST


1pm - Lunch


2pm - Technical points

Moderators: F. RIS, Q. DENOST

  • Controversy in surgery for rectocele:
  • Abdominal approach - F. RIS
  • Perineal approach - G. MEURETTE
  • Rectal prolapse: which procedure? - B. CELERIER
  • Management of fecal incontinence - G. MEURETTE


3:30pm - Coffee Break


4pm - Medical strategies

Moderators: G. MEURETTE, B. CELERIER

  • Management of gastrointestinal dysfunction after TME: The BOREAL program - F. ZERBIB
  • Diagnosis and treatment of postoperative impotence - F. RIS


4:45pm - Expert MDT (2 cases)

  • Surgeons: F. RIS, G. MEURETTE, B. CELERIER, Q. DENOST, E. RULLIER
  • Gastroenterologist: F. ZERBIB


5:30pm - End


FRIDAY - CHALLENGES & INNOVATIONS

9am - Innovations

Moderators: Q. DENOST, B. CELERIER

  • Current use & Future of ICG in CR surgery - F. RIS
  • Hypogastric nerve monitoring during TME - D. HARJI
  • Future in colorectal surgery - E. VAN EETVELDE


Moderators: B. GIGNOUX, E. RULLIER

  • WebApp for patients follow up after CR surgery - B. GIGNOUX
  • AI in Colorectal polyps & Cancer - A. BERGER


12pm - Lunch and end

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Logistics

Getting there

Take tramway B to Hôpital Haut-Lévêque (takes approx 50min)

Take into account a 10min walk from hospital entrance to venue

Where to stay

Hotel de Normandie

7 Cours du 30 Juillet, 33000 Bordeaux

+33 (0)5 56 52 16 80

[email protected]

 

Holiday Inn

10 avenue Antoine Becquerel, 33600 Pessac

+33 (0)5 56 07 59 59

[email protected]

 

Reviews

Global Review
4.6 /5
Pedagogy
4.6 /5
Organisation
4.5 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.6 /5
Recommendation
4.6 /5
Mar 17, 2018
Dr. Elisabetta M. outstanding masterclass! good combination between educational sessions and entertaining sessions ( especially at le cite du vin!) I definetely reccomend this course to all my colleagues, Thank you very much, Elisabetta
Mar 17, 2018
Dr. Pierre B. Excellent masterclass unique complet avec de la haute technicité des connaissances nouvelles un échange parfait ,l'organisation est impeccable l'accueil est également excellent merci pour les intervenants les laboratoires invivox et surtout pour le professeur Rullier et le Dr Denost un masterclass impératif pour tous chirurgien digestif
Mar 17, 2018
Dr. ELENA D.

Location

Centre Medico-Chirurgical Hôpital Haut-Lévêque

Avenue Magellan

33615 CEDEX Pessac, France