The Society is holding a multi-disciplinary symposium in Athens, Greece 3-5 March 2016.
The Symposium is kindly supported by King's College Hospital, London
The Laparoscopic & Transanal Surgery Wet Lab is kindly co-organized by the ELPEN Experimental Research Centre
Accreditation for CPD of the Symposium has been provided with up to 12 CPD points by the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Specialists, Post CCT Fellows: 50 Euros/ day
Trainees, Students, Nurses & Health Professionals: Free
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The Venue of the Symposium is The Eugenides Foundation, Leoforos Siggrou 379, Palaio Faliro 175 64.
The Venue of the Laparoscopic and Transanal Surgery Wet Lab is the ELPEN Experimental Research Centre, Delegates for the Wet Lab need to apply asap due to limited availability of places. Acceptance will depend on appropriate level of skills for the lab and will be announced 8 weeks prior to the Lab.
For Details of the Wet Lab click here
Stavros Athanasiou, Athens
Ingvar Bjarnason, London
Linda Cardozo, London
Anna Efremidis, Athens
Omar Faiz, London
Andy Gaya, London
Sotirios Georgopoulos, Athens
Ilias Giarenis, Norfolk
Philippe Grange, London/ Hamburg
Amyn Haji, London
Lynne Higgins, London
Hamid Khawaja, London
Alexandros Kalogeropoulos, Athens
Dimitrios Kombogiorgas, Athens
Emanuele Lezoche, Rome
Constantinos Mavrantonis, Athens
Savvas Papagrigoriadis, London/ Athens
Andreas Prachalias, London
Paris Tekkis, London
Angie Rantell, London
Suzanne Ryan, London
Evangelos Xynos, Crete
Friday 4 March
A day dedicated to Pelvic Floor problems with a multi-disciplinary angle. Surgeons, Gynaecologists, Urologists, Radiologists and Nurses to discuss the complex interactions of the three pelvic compartments and the pathologies. A day aiming to increase scientific understanding and clinical collaboration between specialties. A unique feature of the day is real cases joint Pelvic Floor MDM between King's College Hospital and Athens Medical Centre.
The programme includes pelvic organ prolapse, rectal prolapse, surgical treatments of constipation, faecal incontinence advances, vesicoscopic surgery for retained tapes and vesicovaginal fistulas, endoscopic treatment of rectovaginal fistulas and many other topics.