Programme - 16 March (Day 2)

Programme - 16 March (Day 2)

Precongress 14 March, 2019

15 March, 2019 (Day 1)

16 March, 2019 (Day 2)

17 March, 2019 (Day 3)

Time Session Trainee Session Allied Health Programme

0730 - 1900

Registration & Information Desk

1000 - 1700

Exhibition Hours

0730 - 0830

Meet-the-Expert A

Theme: Impact of adjuvant therapies on rectal cancer management - the Far East approach

  • Surgical view: Sanjun Cai (China)
  • Radiology view: Zhen Zhang (China)
  • Oncology view: Wen Zhang (China)
  • Case discussions: presented by Junjie Peng (China)
  • Panelists: Sanjun Cai (China), Zhen Zhang (China), Wen Zhang (China)

Meet-the-Expert B

Multidisciplinary approach to perianal fistulas
Case-based discussion

Panelists: Yves Panis (France), Charles Tsang (Singapore), Giulio Santoro, Shanthi (Malaysia), Wang Lai Mun (Singapore)

Moderators: April Camilla Roslani (Malaysia), Ida Normiha Hilmi (Malaysia)

 

0830 - 1000

Symposium 4A: Difficult Anorectal Sepsis

  • [0830 - 0845]
    Hidradenitis suppurativa
    – Parvez Sheikh (India)
  • [0845 - 0900]
    Impact of new fistula in ano classification on management
    – Arun Rojanasakul (Thailand)
  • [0900 - 0915]
    Recurrent pilonidal sinus
    – Ashok Kumar Gupta (India)
  • [0915 - 0930]
    Malignant fistulas in ano
    – Francis Seow-Choen (Singapore)

Symposium 4B: Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Multidisciplinary Management

  • [0830 - 0845]
    Diagnostic challenges - mimics of IBD
    – Wang Lai Mun (Singapore)
  • [0845 - 0900]
    Differentiating ulcerative colitis and Crohn's colitis - does it matter? Surgical vs medical perspectives
    – Surgical View: Yves Panis (France)
    – Medical View: Vineet Ahuja (India)
  • [0900 - 0915]
    The role of biologics in IBD - what the surgeons need to know
    – Ida Normiha Hilmi (Malaysia)
  • [0915 - 0930]
    The emerging role of endoscopic therapy for IBD
    – Simon Ng (Hong Kong)
  • [0930 - 0945]
    Dysplasia management in IBD - close monitoring, endoscopic resection or surgery?
    – Vineet Ahuja (India)

Symposium 4C: Allied Health Programme

  • [0830 - 0845]
    Prevention is Better than Cure: Early Detection of Colon Cancer lead to better prognosis?
    – Manohar Padmanathan (Malaysia)
  • [0845 - 0900]
    Stomacare: The hole to make the whole.
    – Mariam Mohd Nasir (Malaysia)
  • [0900 - 0915]
    Special consideration for Elderly Ostomate.
    – Ong Choo Eng (Singapore)
  • [0915 - 0930]
    Stoma Care Nursing: Management of patient undergoing ostomies surgery.
    – Azniwani Yusoff (Malaysia)

1000 - 1045

Plenary 3: Evolution of surgery for Crohn's Disease (Influence of biologics)
– Yves Panis (France)

1040 - 1115

Refreshment Break

1115 - 1300

Symposium 5A: Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • [1115 - 1130]
    Complete mesocolic excision or central vascular ligation
    – Jun Gi Kim (Korea)
  • [1130 - 1145]
    TAMIS - technical challenges/tips and tricks
    – William Chen (Taiwan)
  • [1145 - 1200]
    SILS for colorectal cancer - is it obsolete?
    – Yasumitsu Hirano (Japan)
  • [1200 - 1215]
    Laparoscopic Surgical Skill Qualification System
    – Fumio Konishi (Japan)
  • [1215 - 1230]
    Incisionless colorectal surgery - is it a reality?
    – John Monson (USA)
  • [1230 - 1245]
    Stereotactic pelvic navigation surgery for rectal cancer
    – Jung-Myun Kwak (Korea)

Symposium 5B: Concurrent IBD Workshop

  • [1115 - 1130]
    The IBD journey - a patient's perspective
    – Harsimran Kaur (Malaysia)
  • [1130 - 1145]
    Case discussions: Challenging cases in IBD
    (Multi-disciplinary panel with audience interactive feedback)
  • [1145 - 1200]
    Case 1: Surgery in tiger territory
    – Hiong Chin Lim (Malaysia)
  • [1200 - 1215]
    Case 2: Post-operative recurrent Crohn's disease
    – Alex Leow (Malaysia)
  • [1215 - 1230]
    Case 3: Acute fulminant colitis
    – TBC

Symposium 5C: Allied Health Programme

  • [1115 - 1130]
    Awareness program for Ostomate in Indonesia.
    – Widasari Sri Gitarja (Indonesia)
  • [1130 - 1145]
    World Ostomy Day: Speaking Out Changes Life.
    – Harikesh Buch (India)
  • [1145 - 1200]
    Management of difficult stoma: What are our solutions and options?
    – Ng Yi Zhen (Malaysia)
  • [1200 - 1215]
    Prevention and management of Parastomal hernias.
    – Carmen George (Australia)

Symposium 5D
Oral Presentations

1245 - 1415

Lunch Satellite Symposium: Servier

Haemorroidal disease - From Pathophysiology to daily practice- Servier
Chairs: Meheshinder Singh & Philippe Godeberge

  • Introduction
    – Meheshinder Singh (Malaysia)
  • Results of CHORUS study and impact on your clinical practice
    – Phillipe Godeberge (France)
  • Importance of investigating the signs of venous insufficiency in patients with haemorrhoidal disease
    – Jean-Luc Gerard (France)
  • Evidence for efficacy of MPFF in haemorrhoidal disease
    – Parvez Sheikh (India)
  • Closing remarks
    – Phillipe Godeberge (France)

Lunch Satellite Symposium: Janssen

  • A new mechanism of action for biologics (IL-12/23) in the management of Crohn’s disease
    – Ida Normiha Hilmi (Malaysia)

1400 - 1530

Symposium 6A: Robotics in colorectal surgery - Do we really need it?

  • [1400 - 1415]
    Revisiting the ROLARR Trial
    – John Monson (USA)
  • [1415 - 1430]
    New technologies in robotic surgery
    – Simon Ng (Hong Kong)
  • [1430 - 1445]
    Can more sphincters be saved?
    – Kim Seon Hahn (Korea)
  • [1445 - 1500]
    TaTME - does it render robotic anterior resection obsolete? 
    – James Ngu (Singapore)
  • [1500 - 1515]
    Is the robotic approach feasible in T4 rectal cancers?
    – Kim Seon Hahn (Korea)

Symposium 6B: Benign anorectal disease

  • [1400 - 1415]
    Fistulotomy vs fistulectomy for simple fistulas
    – Carlo Cajucom (Philippines)
  • [1415 - 1430]
    Complex fistulas
    – Arun Rojanasakul (Thailand)
  • [1430 - 1445]
    Harmorrhoids
    – Ismail Sagap (Malaysia)
  • [1445 - 1500]
    Prolapse
    – James Keck (Australia)
  • [1500 - 1515]
    Fissures
    – Paul Selvindoss (Malaysia)

Symposium 6C: Allied Health Programme

  • [1400 - 1415]
    Stoma care initiatives in Indonesia: Outcomes and successful stories.
    – Widasari Sri Gitarja (Indonesia)
  • [1415 - 1430]
    The Enterostomal Therapist roles in the management of complicated stoma: Issues of leakages.
    – Nora Jasmin Binti Ahmad Kamal (Malaysia)
  • [1430 - 1445]
    Development of Ostomy Services in Private Nursing Practice in North of Medan-Sumatera, Indonesia.
    – Asrizal (Indonesia)
  • [1445 - 1500]
    Management and Pouching a faecal fistula.
    – Ng Yi Zhen (Malaysia)

1530 - 1600

Refreshment Break

1600 - 1700

Professors' Corner
Panelists: Michael Solomon (Australia), John Monson (USA), Woo-Yong Lee (Korea)

1700 - 1800

Let's Exer Dance
– Mohd Nahar Azmi bin Mohamed (Malaysia)

1930

Gala Dinner

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Organised By

Malaysian Society of Colorectal Surgeons

Asia Pacific Federation of Coloproctology

Supported By

Ministry of Tourism & Culture Malaysia

Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau

Tourism Malaysia

Malaysian Oncological Society

Malaysian Enterostomal Therapy Nurses Association

Malaysian Ostomy Association

Colorectal Cancer Survivorship Society Malaysia

M&T Network Consultancy

 


 

Platinum Sponsor

Servier Malaysia Sdn Bhd