BSGAR 2013 Annual Meeting

During the period of COVID-19 these videos are available for all viewers not just members.

Download and watch videos of some of the lectures from the BSGAR Annual Meeting 2013 which was held in Newcastle. Many thanks to all the speakers who granted permission for their lectures to be recorded for BSGAR members to view.

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Neuroendocrine tumour biology

Speaker: Caroline Verbeke, Stockholm

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Clinical Features of NETs

Speaker: Christos Toumpanakis, Royal Free Hospital, London

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Imaging and Radionuclide Therapy for NETs

Speaker: Andrew Scarsbrook, Leeds

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Cure vs life extension vs palliation - management options in NET

Speaker: Christos Toumpanakis, Royal Free Hospital, London

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30 min MDT

David Breen and Panel of speakers. Prof Derek Manas, Newcastle (Surgery) introduced to the panel discussion.

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Radiation dose at CT Colonography - how low can you go?

Speaker: Anno Graser, Munich

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How good is my CTC Service?

Speaker: David Burling, St Mark's Hospital London

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Results from the SIGGAR1 trial and their practical implications

Speaker: Wendy Atkin

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How to reduce unnecessary colonoscopy after CTC- lessons from the SIGGAR Trial

Speaker: Steve Halligan, University College Hospital London

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The new framework for commissioning services

Speaker: John Willis, Short leg Consulting (Governance experts)

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Commissioning Radiology Services

Speaker: Peter Cavanagh, Taunton, Dean of the Royal College of Radiologists

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BSGAR Trials and Audit Update

Speakers: Damian Tolan, Leeds and Andrew Slater, Oxford

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Why buy an expensive CT scanner for abdominal imaging in a cash strapped department..?

Richard Farrow Memorial Lecture introduced by Andrea Phillips. Speaker: Anno Graser, Munich

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The dilated bile duct

Speaker: Speaker Simon Jackson, Plymouth

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The irregular bile duct

Speaker: Helen Bungay, Oxford

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The traumatised bile duct

Speaker:Jane Phillips-Hughes, Oxford

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The pancreatic cystic lesion

Speakers: Kirsty Anderson, Newcastle and Richard Charnley, Newcastle (Surgeon)

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The hole in the oesophagus

Speakers: Dave Richardson, Newcastle and Mike Griffin (Surgery), Newcastle