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St George Hospital Peritonectomy Unit Conference

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St George Hospital Research and Education Centre

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Kogarah, NSW 2217

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The St George Hospital Peritonectomy Unit conference will provide attendees with clinical and scientific information on peritoneal surface malignancies and create awareness regarding innovative treatments that will improve the quality of life for patients. The target audience of this conference includes healthcare practitioners in the field of Surgical Oncology, Medical Oncology, Gastroenterology, Gynaecology, Radiology, Allied Health and Nursing.

We have four excellent, internationally renowned speakers that have all contributed to major advances in our knowledge of cytoreductive surgery and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy.

Olivier Glehen MD. PhD. will present data taken from the French National Peritonectomy database including their experience of developing a National French Service. His team has one of the largest experiences of gastric cancer and were the first to describe the outstanding results of Peritonectomy for platinum resistant ovarian cancer. They have been centrally involved in the prophylactic treatment of patients at high risk of peritoneal recurrence from colorectal cancer.

Professor Ignace de Hingh MD. PhD, from the Netherlands, has been central in the treatment of colorectal and ovarian cancer with Peritonectomy.The first randomised controlled trial on Peritonectomy (for colorectal cancer) was done in Amsterdam and he has recently completed a randomised control trial in ovarian cancer. The Dutch population studies on appendiceal adenocarcinoma and colorectal cancer are unequalled.

Dr Brendan Moran MCh, FRCS, FRCSI from Basingstoke, which was the first NHS Peritonectomy Unit, has experience of over 1000 patients with Pseudomyxoma Peritoniei (PMP). Brendan has been involved in the establishment of the Royal Prince Alfred Peritonectomy Unit.

Dr Rea Lo Dico, MD. PhD. from the unit of Pocard in Paris, she has the largest experience in the world of combined liver resection and Peritonectomy HIPEC.

Our Peritonectomy Unit was the first in the Southern Hemisphere, we have performed 1250 Peritonectomy procedures to date and are recognised as an international leader. Our clinical and basic science research programs have been responsible for over 300 publications and we have an active drug development project on cancer, particularly treatment of mucinous peritoneal malignancy.

We will be hosting a dinner in Sydney CBD on Saturday the 24 February 2018 7pm. Please RSVP and make payment by the 15 December 2017. Payment details provided on registration. Location TBA.


DRAFT PROGRAM

Day 1 24 February 2018

0730-0830 Welcome reception/breakfast and registrations

0830-0845 Welcoming address (Tony Eyres)

0845-0900 Peritonectomy in Australia (David Morris)

0900-0910 St George Hospital Peritonectomy Unit (Peritonectomy CNC)

0910-0930 Peritoneal Metastases of Colorectal origin including prophylactic treatment (Ignace de Hingh)

0930-0945 Second look and Prophylatic HIPEC for CRC (Olivier Glehen)

0945-1000 Role of systemic chemotherapy in HIPEC patients (Ignace de Hingh)

1000-1020 Synchronous Liver Resection and CCRS (Ria Lo Dico)

1020-1050 Morning tea

1050-1105 Percutaneous Ablation liver and lung (Derek Glen)

1105-1120 Mesothelioma and Peritonectomy (HIPEC + HITHOC) (Nayef Alzahrani)

1120-1135 Role of Laparoscopic HIPEC (Winston Liauw)

1135-1150 Preventative and Curative treatment of peritoneal metastasis from Gastric

Origin (Olivier Glehen)

1150-1205 Questions/Discussion (Morris, Alzahrani, Lo Dico, Liauw, de Hingh and Glehan)

1205-1220 Neoadjuvant Chemo vs upfront surgery for Ovarian Cancer (Neville Hacker)

1220-1245 Review of literature on HIPEC vs no HIPEC in ovarian Cancer (Rhonda Farrel)

1245-1300 Dutch RCT for Ovarian Cancer (Ignace de Hingh)

1300-1315 RENAPE results for HIPEC in Ovarian Carcinomatosis (Olivier Glehen)

1315-1330 Questions/Discussion (Glehen, de Hingh and Hacker)

1330-1430 Lunch

1430-1445 Case study (Peritonectomy CNC)

1430-1445 Anaesthetic Management and Challenges CCRS (Lawrence Boss)

1445-1500 ICU Management and Challenges CCRS (Doris Lam)

1500-1510 Case study close (Peritonectomy CNC)

1510-1520 Questions/Discussion (Boss, Lam and CNC)

1520-1540 Afternoon tea

1540-1550 Abstract Presentation

1550-1605 Selecting the right patients for CCRS + HIPEC (Brendan Moran)

1605-1620 Quality of life studies patients and carers (Bianca and Peritonectomy CNC)

1620-1635 Patient Perspective (past patient)

1635-1700 Close (Winston Liauw)

Day 2 25th February

0800-0830 Breakfast

0830-0840 Opening Comments (Nayef Alzahrani)

0840-0855 The role and results of the Dutch Nationwide Cancer registry (Ignace de Hingh)

0855-0910 Appendix Adenocarinomas (Nayef Alzahrani)

0910-0925 Case study

0910-0930 Pseudomyxoma Peritoni (Brendan Moran)

0925-0945 Debate: EPIC vs no EPIC in PMP (Nayef Alzahrani and Brendan Moran)

0945-1005 Morning tea

1005-1035 Nutrition considerations in CCRS

1035-1055 Blood Product management (Swapnil Pawar)

1055-1110 Prothrombinex Trial (TBA)

1110-1130 Drug development Program and trial (Morris/Valle/Ifan)

1130-1145 French Nationwide Cancer registry (Olivier Glehen)

1145-1200 TBA (Winston Liauw)

1200-1230 Palliative care and Peritonectomy (Linda Magann)

1230-1250 Discussion – what can we do as an ANZ team to make it better for our patients?? (Chair Tony Eyres)

1250-1300 Close (David Morris)

1300 Lunch


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