Friday 13th July 2018
12:30 Registration and Lunch
13:30 Introduction and Welcome - Dr Ian Rowe
Hepatocellular carcinoma - Chair: Dr Rebecca Jones
13:40-14:00 Epidemiology of HCC in the UK - Dr Anya Burton
14:00-14:20 How and when can radiology diagnose HCC - Dr Raneem Albazaz
14:20-14:30 Pathology for HCC - When the radiology just isn't enough - Dr Judy Wyatt
14:30-14:50 MDT 1 - 2 diagnostic cases – All
14:50-15:10 Tea break
Treatment of HCC
15:10-15:25 When is surgery an option? - TBC
15:25-15:40 Ablation for HCC - Dr Jon Smith
15:40-15:45 TACE - Dr Chris Hammond
15:45-16:00 Chemotherapy - Dr Dan Swinson
16:00-16:15 Radiotherapy - Dr Rebecca Goody
16:15-16:45 MDT 2 – 2 treatment cases - All
16:45-17:30 Setting up a liver unit – the Master’s perspective - Dr Mervyn Davies
19:00 Dinner – Aagrar Indian Restaurant, Leeds (transport will be provided).
Programme day two
New developments in Hepatology
9:15-9:35 Liver disease as a population problem - Dr Ian Rowe
9:35-9:55 New treatment for PBC - Dr Ramu Chimakurthi
9:55-10:15 Targeted treatments for NASH - Dr Matthew Armstrong
10:15-10:45 Can we afford costly drugs for patients with liver disease? – Dr Katie Spencer
10:45-11:15 Coffee break
Hot topics in portal hypertension
11:15-11:45 Personalised treatment of variceal bleeding – Dr Jayne Dillon
11:45- 12:15 Portel vein thrombosis - cause, consequence, or inconsequential – Dr Audrey Dillon
13:15-13:35 Current landscape of HCV treatment - Dr Will Gelson
3:35-13:55 Do DAAs prevent decompensation? - TBC
13:55-14:15 Do they prevent HCC? - Dr Ian Rowe
14:15-14:40 DAAs for HCV - Cost, commissioning, and the CQUIN - Dr Stuart McPherson
15:10-15:30 HCV - Reaching the whole population - Dr Mark Aldersley
15:30-16:10 HCV - is elimination realistic by 2030 - TBC and Dr Mary Cannon
16:10 Feedback and close
This is a weekend residential event, which is free to BASL medically qualified members in training, the cost to non-members is £125 and includes:
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