Royal Free International Advanced Endoscopy Masterclass
AEM Programe

Royal Free
International Advanced Endoscopy Masterclass (AEM)
3-5 September 2019 London

Tuesday 3 September 2019 - Guy Whittle Auditorium

08:00 – 08:30 Registration
08:30 Welcome and Introduction
Dr Edward J. Despott

(Director International AEM)

Dr Alberto Murino

(Director International AEM)

Ms Kate Slemeck

(CEO Royal Free Hospital)

Prof Massimo Pinzani

(Director UCL Institute for Liver & Digestive Health)

Prof Mario Dinis-Ribeiro

(President European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE))

Prof Michael Wallace

(Editor in Chief, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, American Society Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE))

Prof Ibrahim Mostafa

(Director World Endoscopy Organisation (WEO)Education Committee)

Imaging ‘hot session’: a catch up with the latest imaging and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies Chairs: Prof Michael Wallace, Prof Mario Dinis-Ribeiro, Prof Philip Chiu

Artificial intelligence (AI) and latest imaging technologies: role and potential

08:45 Latest imaging technologies:Prof Mario DinisRibeiro

09:00 AI forlesion detection& colorectal cancer screening:Prof Evelien Dekker

09:15 AI for lesion characterisation: Prof Philip Chiu

09.30AI in capsule endoscopy: Dr Alberto Murino

09:45: Discussion

09:45-10.45 Interactive Video Session1 (Endoscopic closure of defects) Panel: Prof Hironori Yamamoto, Prof Mario DinisRibeiro, ProfAlberto Herreros de Tajeda, Dr Edward J Despott, Prof Michael Wallace, Prof Philip Chiu

10.45 – 11:15 Coffee Break

Neuroendocrine tumour (NET) session:
Clarity for effective management- An endoscopist’s manual
Chairs: Prof MartynCaplin, Dr Christos Toumpanakis, Dr DalvinderMandair,
Prof Hironori Yamamoto, Mr Giuseppe KitoFusai

11:15 NETs in the upper GI tract & SB Dr Christos Toumpanakis

11:25 NETs in the lower GI tract Dr DalvinderMandair

11:35 NETs endoscopic resection: EMR, ESD or EFTR? Prof Helmut Neuman

11:50 Surgical management of NET lesions

12:05 Cases and multidisciplinary discussion

12:20-13:20 Lunch Break

Tuesday 3 September 2019 - PM

Women in Interventional Endoscopy (WIE) session 2019: Quality, safety and effectiveness in endoscopy. Standards and guidelines update Chairs: Dr Siwan Thomas-Gibson,

Prof Marianna Arvanitakis, Dr ErasmiaVlachou, Dr Noriko Suzuki

13:20 Serrated polyps 2019 risks and management Prof Evelien Dekker

13:35 Endoscopic management of acute necrotizing pancreatitis:Prof Marianna Arvanitakis

13:50 Barrett’s oesophagus updates: Prof Andrea May

14:05 Building a safe and efficient endoscopy service:The JAG way Dr Siwan Thomas-Gibson, Chair, The JAG

14:20 Discussion

14.30-15.30 Interactive Video Session2 (HPB) Panel: Prof Guido Costamagna‬‬, Prof Nageshwar Reddy, Prof Marc Giovannini, Prof Marianna Arvanitakis, Prof Andrea May
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break

Chairs: Prof Pereira, Dr Douglas Thorburn, Dr George Webster, Dr Mostafa Ibrahim

Hepatobiliary session (part I)

16:00 ESGE guidelines: Endoscopic biliary stenting: indications, choice of stents and results Prof TiborGyokeres‬‬

16:10 Training in ERCP, WEO prospectives

16:20: Expert tips to achieve a high rate of biliary cannulation Prof Guido Costamagna‬‬‬‬‬

16:35 Management of complex biliary stones Prof Nageshwar Reddy‬‬‬‬‬

16:50 DBE for Biliary access in altered anatomy: DrMarco Pennazio‬

Hepatobiliary session (part II)‬‬‬

Chairs: Prof Costamagna, Prof Reddy, Prof Giovannini, Prof Ibrahim Mostafa

17:00 Direct colangioscopy and biliary RFA - what’s the latest? Dr George Webster‬‬‬‬‬

17:10 Endoscopic radiofrequency ablation for malignant biliary strictures. Prof Steve Pereira

17:20EUS guided biliary drainage: indications, technical challenges and outcomes – Prof Marc Giovannini

17:35 EUS guided gallbladder drainage - who to call and when - endocopist, radiologist or surgeon? Dr Andrea Anderloni

17:50 Discussion ‬
& Closing ‬‬‬‬

Wednesday 4 September 2019 - Guy Whittle Auditorium

Advanced endoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease Chairs: Prof Michael Wallace, Dr Mark I. Hamilton, Dr Charles D. Murray, Mr Massimo Varcada

08:30 Identifying dysplastic lesions Prof Michael Wallace

08:45 Surveillance Prof Brian Saunders

09:00 Lesion resection in inflammatory bowel disease Prof Hironori Yamamoto

09:15 The endoscopy surgical interface Mr Amyn Haji

09:25 Endoscopic management of structuring disease Prof Tomonori Yano

09:35 Discussion

09:45 – 10:45 Interactive Video Session 3 (Resection techniques) Panel: Prof Ibrahim Mostafa, Prof Andrea May, Prof Mario DinisRibeiro, Prof Brian Saunders, Prof Michael Wallace, Prof TiborGyokeres, Prof Alberto Herreros de Tajeda
10.45 – 11:15 Coffee Break
International AEM key note lecture (Karl’s Memorial Lecture)
Chairs: Dr Edward J. Despott & Dr Alberto Murino
11:15 Pearls of wisdom from the Master
Prof Nageshwar Reddy
Minimally invasive resection: Training and perspectives
Chairs: Prof Hironori Yamamoto, Prof Philip Chiu, Dr Alberto Murino

11:45 Effective training Prof Alberto Herreros de Tajeda
Tandem talks: ESD - where are we now and where are we heading?

12.00 Europe Prof Mario DinisRibeiro

12:10 United States Prof Michael Wallace

12:20 Asia Prof Philip Chiu

12:30 Discussion

12:45 – 13:30 Lunch

Wednesday 4 September 2019 - PM

13:30 – 14:30 Interactive Video Session 4 (enteroscopy and capsule endoscopy)
Panel:, Prof Marianna Arvanitakis, Dr ErasmiaVlachou, Prof Andrea May, Dr E.J. Despott, Prof Hironori Yamamoto, Prof
Marco Pennazio, Prof Tomonori Yano

Minimally invasive resection: Current techniques and the future
Chairs: Prof Michael Wallace, Prof Brian Saunders, Prof Arnaud Lemmers,

14:30 Traditional ESD technique and outcomes Prof Arnaud Lemmers

14:40 Pocket-creation method (PCM) ESD Prof Hironori Yamamoto

Evolution of ESD
14:50Saline-immersion therapeutic endoscopy (SITE) PCM ESD: Dr E.J. Despott

15:00 Device assisted ESD Dr James E. East

Robotic endoluminal surgery
15:10 Eastern experience Prof Philip Chiu

15:20 Western experience Dr Ivo Boskoski

15:30 Discussion

15:45 – 16:15 Coffee Break
Small bowel session
Chairs: Prof Hironori Yamamoto, Prof Marco Pennazio, , Dr Martin Keuchel, Dr TorstenBeyna, Dr Edward J Despott

16:15 ESGE Performance measures for small bowel endoscopy Dr Cristiano Spada

16:25 Robotic magnetically controlled capsule endoscopy 2019 Dr Martin Keuchel

16:35 Small bowel bleeding in 2019 Prof Marco Pennazio

16: 45 Motorised spiral enteroscopy: latest data Prof Marianna Arvanitakis

Hot debate: what is the future of device-assisted enteroscopy?

16: 55 Motorised spiral enteroscopy is the futurefor all! Dr TorstenBeyna

17:05DBE is here to stay! Prof Hironori Yamamoto

17:15 Discussion

17:30 Closing remarks Dr Edward J Despott & Dr Alberto Murino

Thursday 5 September 2019 -International AEM London Capsule Endoscopy Course The RSM Boardroom

08:30 Welcome

Prof MarcoPennazio, Dr Cristiano Spada, Dr Martin Keuchel, Dr Clare Parker

08:40 Setting up the patient and the system Clare Parker

08:55 Reading and reporting Dr Cristiano Spada

09:10-10.30 Hands-on familiarisation

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 Normal variants Prof MarcoPennazio

11:15 Interpreting common pathologies Dr Martin Keuchel

11:30-12:30 Hands-on cases All faculty

12:30 - 13:15 Lunch

Thursday 5 September 2019 - PM

13:15 Patient selection, risks and complications Dr Cristiano Spada

13:30-14:30 Hands-on cases All faculty

14:30 Case examples and interactive discussion Dr Martin Keuchel

14:45-16:00 Hands-on cases All faculty

16:00Closing summary All Faculty

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