Advanced GI Endoscopy Workshop

Workshop

This workshop is designed for Consultants and Trainees who have demonstrated competence in diagnostic endoscopy and wish to expand their skills to incorporate more advanced endoscopic techniques. It is offered biannually, and will next be offered in 2023.

Suitable for: Trainees and Consultants in Gastroenterology and Endoscopy

Dates

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About

 This highly practical comprehensive program will cover a broad range of common clinical scenarios that require more advanced endoscopic techniques for management and will be delivered through focused discussion sessions followed by small group hands-on stations utilising the latest endoscopic devices.

Participants may gain valuable experience on equipment from the clinical setting and will consolidate their knowledge of latest techniques, demonstrated by experts in therapeutic endoscopy.

This workshop is suitable for Trainees and Consultants in Gastroenterology and Endoscopy.  Attendees must be competent in basic endoscopic techniques and /or have participated in CTEC's Introductory Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Workshop.  This workshop is highly recommended for all endoscopists wishing to expand their knowledge in advanced endoscopic skills. 

Workshop Content

Day 1 - Upper GI Practical Animal Tissue and Mechanical Simulation Session 

The Endoscopic Approach to Upper GI /Bleeding (Variceal / Non-Variceal)

  • Haemostasis techniques for non-variceal bleeding - APC, endoscopic clips and injection/diathermy
  • Haemostasis techniques for variceal bleeding - endoscopic banding, gluing and Sengstaken-Blakemore tube
  • Angiodysplasia - APC and clipping
  • Bleeders - sclerotherapy, injector (Gold Probe) and clipping

Management of Benign Strictures

  • Endoscopic dilatation - including bougie and balloon dilatation
  • Foreign body retrieval
  • Upper GI polypectomy skills, including management of complications
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Day 2 - Lower GI Practical Animal Tissue and Mechanical Simulation Session

Management of Colonic Bleeding and PEG Tubes

  • Colon polyps, colon bleeders and PEGS
  • SPOTTattoo injection techniques and chromoendoscopy
  • Polyp characterisation, from normal to abnormal
  • Discussion: Approach to the difficult endoscopy - advice from an expert

Participants will use animal (porcine) tissue* models (Koken model, EASIE, Endo-trainer).
 

Limited sponsorship is available to WA participants from the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network and WA participants will receive a 50% rebate of the workshop fee.

 

Workshop Inclusions

  • Pre-reading
  • Porcine tissue* and computerised simulation models
  • Didactic sessions
  • All meals and refreshments
  • Limited places to maximise practical learning time

 

2021 Fee

WA Consultant: $2565 *
Non-WA Consultant: $3060 
WA Trainee: $2220 *
Non-WA Trainee: $2660 

* Limited sponsorship is available to WA participants from the WA Cancer and Palliative Care Network and WA participants will receive a 50% rebate of the workshop fee.

COVID-19 Information for Workshop Participants

CTEC Terms & Conditions

 

*Use of porcine simulators is not compulsory
 

Workshop content, date and convenors may be subject to change or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. 

Accreditations or CPD Approvals

RACS CPD Program reapproval will be sought for 2023.

Testimonials

"I found the entire course useful and perhaps it should be a must in the training program. "
"A fantastic course, with very talented, approachable teachers. "
"Provides a situation where the learning is not rushed and the techniques are fine-tuned, given it is not in a patient setting. "
- 2021 Workshop Participants

Venue

CTEC
The University of Western Australia
Entrance No.2
Hackett Drive, Crawley
Perth, Western Australia

For more information contact

Meagan Connor
Course Coordinator
T +61 8 6488 8695
E meagan.connor@uwa.edu.au

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