The Gut Feeling; Best Practice in Gastroesphageal (GO) Cancer Management
This meeting is organized and funded by BMS.
This non-promotional, medical education meeting aims to share best practices in managing Gastroesphageal (GO) cancers and supporting patients through treatments with specialists involved in GO cancer care. The audience would be mainly medical and clinical oncologists, Upper GI Cancer surgeons, or Gastroentrologists with interest in GO cancer (of any grade).
The meeting will host speakers from within the UK and abroad from multiple disciplines; Oncologists (medical and clinical), Surgeons, a Dietition, a CNS and a Palliative care specialist.
Agenda 0930 - 1630
Registration 09:30 - 1000
Open and Welcome - 10 min.
GO Cancers; Complexities & Challenges - 60 min.
Past, Present and Future
Keynote Presentation - 60 min
My philosophy and experience in GO cancers; Prof Florian Lordick (+Q&A)
Optimizing Patient Outcomes - 90 min
Multi speaker sessoin (+Q&A)
Uncertainties & Controversies in Early GO cancer management - 60 min
What is the optimal peri-operative approach?
Challenging cases (with audience voting)
Close - 10 min.
1- To understand the complexities and challenges inherent with Gastro-oesophageal cancers, particularly from the patient's perspective.
2- Have an overview of GO cancers management
3- Uunderstand the various levels of support a patient needs to optimise the outcomes and the role of multidisciplinary team working in GO cancers
No Registration Fee.
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