BSGAR Virtual Education

BSGAR will start CYCLE 2 of the Virtual Education programme in September 2023. Cycle 1 cases and recordings will be replaced block by block as the cycle progresses.  All new material for CYCLE 2 will be prefaced by respective year and is being reviewed and updated so please register and join in. Scroll down for programme.

Weekly sessions will be delivered during term time and have been aligned to cover the RCR and ESR curricula for GI/HPB radiology.  At the start of each hour long session there will be a 15-minute talk followed by a review of cases using www.pacsbin.com. Attendees will be able to review these cases before, during and after the session. The sessions will be aimed at post 2B level. If you have the option of a two screen setup you may find it useful.

Cystic liver lesions To view an example session click recording and case links

Eligibility

The programme is open to all, free of charge and delegates are not required to be BSGAR members.  

Programme

The sessions will be arranged in blocks of approximately six topics. Details for each block will be published on the BSGAR website with links to register via Zoom. Scroll down to view programme.

Registration

Click on respective links for the session you would like to attend listed in the programme below.  If you would like to be notified of future events and/or when recordings of sessions are posted on the website please email [email protected].  Registration links will go live 1-2 weeks prior to the event.

Cases - IMPORTANT - please read

Cases are available a week prior to and a week after the event. If you are attending the live interactive session PLEASE OPEN AND REVIEW CASES PRIOR TO THE EVENT to relieve pressure on PACSbin and to ensure you can access the cases during the session.

After each session, feedback, recordings and certificates

A link to an online feedback form will be sent after the session (plus links in the programme below) and we would be extremely grateful if you could give us your feedback to help the programme evolve. Completion of feedback will generate an automatic attendance certificate.

Each session will be recorded and made available for ALL on the BSGAR website for 1 week - please see links below.  In addition, recordings will be available for BSGAR members on the CPD video library where CPD certificates can be generated on completion of viewing.  If you'd like to become a member please click here for more information.

To view an example session, please, click here for a recording of Session 1.

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for up-to-date notifications or contact [email protected] and request notifications of registrations and recordings going live.

*CYCLE 2* HPB Block 1 - Pancreas

Cycle 2 - see below for links to recordings on the BSGAR CPD video page (members access only)

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1.1 Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma (PDAC)  Dr Raneem Albazaz, Leeds
1.2  Acute Pancreatitis Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
1.3  Chronic Pancreatitis  Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
1.4  PNETS and other solid lesions Dr Brian Stedman, Southampton
1.5  Pancreatic Cysts Dr Jamie Franklin, Bournemouth
1.6  Imaging following pancreatic surgery & pancreatic transplant Dr Sarah Upponi, Cambridge

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*CYCLE 2* Luminal Block 2 - Rectal/Pelvis

Cycle 2 - see below for the links to recordings on the BSGAR CPD video page (members access only)

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2.7 Rectal cancer basics  Dr Vini Bilimoria, Leicester
2.8 Anal cancer Dr Elen Thomson, Leeds
2.9 Pararectal lesions Dr Hannah Lambie, Leeds
2.10 Perianal fistula Dr Andrew Plumb, London
2.11 Rectal cancer post treatment response Dr Katja de Paepe, Boston, USA
2.12 Pelvic Floor Dr Sarah Hudson, Leicester
2.13 Rectal cancer exent planning Dr Liz Ryan, Southampton

 

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*CYCLE 2* Interventional Block 3 - "Image guided procedures for diagnostic radiologists"

Cycle 2 - see below for the links to recordings on the BSGAR CPD video page (members access only)

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3.14 What about the tubes?   Dr Joe Mullineux, Leicester
3.15 How, Why and When to drain.  Dr Chris Clarke, Nottingham
3.16 Tissue is the Issue  Dr Hannah Lambie, Leeds
3.17 Strategies for Biliary Obstructions  Dr Robert Thomas, London
3.18 Essentials of venous access for GI patients  Dr Ian Zealley, Dundee
3.19 The art of blockages  Dr Robert Stockwell, Preston

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*CYCLE 2* HPB Block 4 - Biliary

Date Session Title Speaker

Friday 19th April 2024 at 1pm

4.20 Session 20. MRCP (on CPD video library)
C.Dr Li Wong, Edinburgh
S.Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge

Thursday 25th April at 1pm

4.21 Session 21. Benign and malignant gallbladder disease
C.Dr Andrew Plumb, London
S.Dr Jamie Franklin, Bournemouth

 

Monday 29th April at 1pm

4.22 Session 22. Spleen
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  • Click to view cases (when available)
  • Click to view recording (when available)
  • Click to complete feedback form (when available)
C.Dr Hannah Lambie, Leeds
S.Dr Carla Goncalves, London

Friday 10th May at 1pm

4.23 Session 23. Extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma
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  • Click to view recording (when available)
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C.Dr Charles Carder, Birmingham
S.Dr Sharan Wadhwani, Birmingham

Thursday 16th May at 1pm

4.24a Session 24a. Cholangiopathy and congenital biliary disease (Part 1)
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C.Dr Katy Hickman, Cambridge
S.Dr Hameed Rafiee, Norwich

Thursday 23rd May at 1pm

4.24b Session 24b. Cholangiopathy and congenital biliary disease (Part 2)
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  • Click to view cases (when available)
  • Click to view recording (when available)
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C.Dr Charles Carder, Birmingham
S.Dr Hameed Rafiee, Norwich
week beginning 27th May 2024 HALF TERM -  NO SESSION  

Thursday 6th June at 1pm
4.25 Session 25. Endoscopy in biliary disease
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C.Dr Jamie Franklin, Bournemouth
S.Dr Dushyant Shetty, Truro

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Luminal Block 5 - Oesophagogastric

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5.26  Barium swallow techniques, tips and motility Dr Rebecca Greenhalgh, London
5.27  Bariatric Imaging Dr Hannah Lambie, Leeds
5.28  The role of interventional radiology in Oesophagogastric cancer Dr Aidan Shaw, Maidstone
5.29  Oesophageal and gastric cancer - staging Dr Kieran Foley, Cardiff
5.30  Surgical procedures, complications and recurrence Dr Jamie Franklin, Bournemouth
5.31  Oesophageal and gastric emergencies Dr Rebecca Greenhalgh, London

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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HPB Block 6 - Liver

 
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6.32  Liver ultrasound including Doppler - vessels and parenchyma Dr Katy HIckman, Cambridge
6.33  Ultrasound: Lesions and contrast enhanced ultrasound of the liver Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
6.34  Liver parenchyma - US, CT and MR Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
6.35  Imaging and intervention in vascular disorder of the liver Dr Salil Karkhanis, Birmingham
6.36  Interventional radiology in the liver surgical patient Dr Salil Karkhanis, Birmingham
6.37  Cystic liver lesions Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
6.38  Liver infections. Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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Luminal Block 7 - Small Bowel

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7.39
S. Dr Rebecca Greenhalgh, London
7.40 S. Dr Andrew Plumb, London
7.41 S. Prof Stuart Taylor, London
7.42 Small bowel polyps and tumours S. Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
7.43 Small bowel emergencies. Obstruction including closed loop. Importance of imaging in virgin abdomen. S. Dr Chris Clarke, Nottingham
7.44 S. Dr Hannah Lambie, Leeds

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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HPB Block 8 - Liver

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8.45
S. Dr Katy Hickman, Cambridge
8.46
S. Dr James Plowright, Birmingham
8.47a
S. Dr Hameed Rafiee, Norwich
8.47b Rare liver tumours (part 2) S. Dr Hameed Rafiee, Norwich
8.47c Rare liver tumours (part 3) S. Dr Hameed Rafiee, Norwich
8.48
S. Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
8.49
S. Dr Sara Upponi, Cambridge
8.50 S. Dr Tim Bryant, Southampton

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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Luminal Block 9 - Colon

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9.51
S. Dr Damian Tolan, Leeds
9.52
S. Dr Anu Obaro, London
9.53
S. Dr Rebecca Greenhalgh, London
9.54 Colorectal Peritoneal Metastases and Pseudomyxoma Peritonei S. Dr Nehal Shah, Basingstoke
9.55 Mesentery (other peritoneal tumours and inflammatory conditions) S. Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge
9.56
S. Dr Andrew Plumb, London

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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HPB Block 10 - Liver

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10.57 HPB Nuclear medicine S. Dr Mohamed El-Sayed, Birmingham
10.58 Spontaneous HPB bleeding S.Dr Ed Godfrey, Cambridge and Dr Sophie Cheshire, Blackburn
10.59 Traumatic injuries of the liver, spleen and pancreas S.Dr Katy Hickman, Cambridge
10.60 Liver metastases, surgical/interventional planning S.Dr Wing Yan Liu, Coventry
10.61 Jaundice S. Dr Sharan Wadhwani, Birmingham and Dr Jen Braid, Reading
10.62 HPB IgG4 related disease S. Dr Sam Saikia, Newcastle

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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Peritoneal Block 11

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11.63 Peritoneal Anatomy and Staging S. Dr Nehal Shah, Basingstoke
11.64 Pseudomyxoma Peritoneii S.Dr Andrew Thower, Basingstoke
11.65 Peritoneal Mesothelioma S.Dr Dipal Patel, Basingstoke
11.66 Mesenteric lesions and mimics S.Dr Oliver Duxbury, Basingstoke

Session recordings and case links available via the BSGAR members' CPD video library

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