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Endorsed Event: Royal Free Sheila Sherlock Postgraduate Hepatology Course

Endorsed Event: Royal Free Sheila Sherlock Postgraduate Hepatology Course

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We are delighted to endorse The Royal Free Sheila Sherlock Hepatology Postgraduate course, taking place online on 16th – 18th March 2022.

The course has developed an excellent reputation for its clinically relevant, interactive, and curriculum-focussed content, designed for both gastroenterology and acute medicine trainees, and consultants seeking an update that is tailored to everyday practice. The aim is to equip clinicians with the knowledge and skills to expertly manage patients with liver disease. The programme has been re-vamped for 2022, with sessions covering hepatology in the clinic, acute medical take, ITU, and liver transplant settings. This is the 8th year that the course has been run, with consistently excellent delegate feedback. This year, the course will be held virtually, with live-streamed speakers and plenty of opportunities for audience interaction and questions.

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BSG members will receive a 30% discount on registration fees.

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Programme:

Time Session Speaker
09.00-09.15 Opening welcome Prof Massimo Pinzani
Session 1: Liver disease & Lifestyle

Chair: Prof Massimo Pinzani

09.15-09.40 Alcohol-related liver disease Prof Kevin Moore
09.40-10.05 Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Dr Penny Manousou
10.05-10.10 Discussion/interval
10.10-10.35 NAFLD: risk stratification & use of non-invasive assessments Prof Emmanuel Tsochatzis
10.35-10.55 Coffee Break
Session 2: Viral hepatitis and public health

Chair: Dr Doug Macdonald

10.55-11.20 Hepatitis B Dr Doug Macdonald
11.20-11.45 Hepatitis C Prof William Rosenberg
11.45-11.50 Discussion/interval
11.50-12.15 Obesity –A public health perspective Prof Harry Rutter
12.15-13.00 Lunch Break
Section 3: Radiology and interventions

Chair: Dr Aileen Marshall

13.00-13.25 Radiology cases Dr Dominic Yu
13.25-13.50 Variceal bleeding: ‘TIPSS & tricks’ Dr David Patch
13.50-13.55 Discussion/interval
13.55-14.20 Coagulopathy in liver disease and vascular liver diseases Dr David Patch
14.20-14.40 Coffee Break
Session 4: Autoimmune liver diseases

Chair: Prof Doug Thorburn

14.40-15.05 Primary Biliary Cholangitis Prof Doug Thorburn
15.05-15.30 Autoimmune hepatitis Dr Jon Potts
15.30-15.40 Discussion/interval
Session 5: Pancreato-Biliary & Infection

Chair: Dr Jon Potts

15.40-16.05 Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Prof Steve Pereira
16.05-16.30 Infection in liver disease Dr Emmanuel Wey
16.30 Closing remarks
Time Session Speaker
08.50-09.00 Opening welcome Prof Massimo Pinzani
Session 1: Cirrhosis & its complications

Chair: Dr Rachel Westbrook

09.00-09.25 Ascites, SBP, Renal dysfunction Dr Louise China
09.25-09.50 Acute on Chronic Liver Failure Prof Rajiv Jalan
09.50-09.55 Discussion/interval
09.55-10.20 Hepatic encephalopathy Prof Marsha Morgan
10.20-10.40 Coffee Break
Session 2: Cirrhosis & its complications

Chair: Dr Naveenta Kumar

10.40-11.05 Acute alcoholic hepatitis Prof Alastair O’Brien
11.05-11.30 Portal hypertension, Pharmacotherapy & Future Perspectives Prof Raj Mookerjee
11.30-11.40 Discussion/interval
11.40-12.05 Sheila Sherlock Invited Lecture: The developments in HCC Dr Maria Reig
12.05-12.50 Lunch Break
Section 3: Sheila Sherlock Hepatology Symposium 2021

Chair: Prof Rajiv Jalan

12.50-13.15 Immunotherapy-related liver complications Dr Doug Macdonald
13.15-13.55 Debate: Should we use beta blockers to treat everyone with evidence of portal hypertension?
13.55-14.15 Coffee Break
Session 4: Challenging presentations of liver disease

Chair: Prof Massimo Pinzani.

14.15-14.45 Drug induced liver injury Dr Aileen Marshall
14.45-15.10 Deranged LFTs in pregnancy Dr Rachel Westbrook
15.10-15.20 Discussion/interval
Session 5: Genetics inliver disease

Chair: Prof Emmanuel Tsochatzis

15.20-15.45 Hyperferritinaemia & hereditary haemochromatosis Dr James Dooley
16.05-16.30 Wilson disease Dr James Dooley
16.10-16.35 Cholestatic liver diseases and use of genetic testing in liver disease Dr Richard Thompson
16.35 Closing remarks
Time Session Speaker
08.50-09.00 Opening welcome Prof Massimo Pinzani
Session 1: The sick liver patient

Chair: Dr Jennifer Ryan

09.00-09.20 Escalation decisions & ceilings of care Dr Philip Berry
09.20-09.50 Acute liver failure Dr Jennifer Ryan
09.50-10.00 Discussion/interval
09.55-10.20 Hepatic encephalopathy Prof Marsha Morgan
10.20-10.40 Coffee Break
Session 2: Challenging presentations of liver disease

Chair: Prof Marsha Morgan

10.00-10.25 Sarcopenia & nutrition in liver disease Dr Jane McNaughton
10.25-10.55 Thinking forward in liver disease: integrating palliative care Dr Heather Lewis, Dr Philip Lodge
10.55-11.15 Coffee Break
11.50-12.15 Obesity –A public health perspective Prof Harry Rutter
12.15-13.00 Lunch Break
Section 3: Liver Transplantation

Chair: Dr Rachel Westbrook

11.15-11.40 Who & when to refer for liver transplantation? Dr Rachel Westbrook
11.40-12.05 Surgical complications related to liver transplantation Prof Brian Davidson
12.05-12.10 Discussion/interval
12.10-12.35 Post-transplant care & complications Dr Beverley Kok
12.35 Closing statements Prof Massimo Pinzani
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Date And Time

16-03-2022 @ 09:00 to
18-03-2022 @ 12:30
 

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