IBD Workshop
Best Management of IBD
With the increasing incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in many Asian countries, there is a need for physicians and surgeons to share regular updates on the latest advances on the diagnosis and management of patients with IBD.

Through didactic lectures, multi-disciplinary case discussion, and live endoscopic demonstration, the CUHK IDDF IBD workshop provides an overview on the latest updates of IBD ranging from making a difficult diagnosis, managing Crohn’s fistulas and strictures to new approaches in ulcerative colitis management. Don’t miss out on the chance to learn how to improve the care of your IBD patients.
Register for Free
This workshop is for IDDF 2018 registrants only. Seats are limited and reserved on a first-come first serve basis.
Date: 08 June 2018 (Friday)
Time: 08:30 - 12:30
Venue:

Seminar Room 1-3, CUHK Postgraduate Education Centre, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sha Tin, Hong Kong (Participants must arrange for their own transportation to the venue)

Eligibility: IDDF 2018 registrants (Click here to register for IDDF 2018)
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    Registration
    08:30
  • 08:55-09:00
    Welcome and Introduction
    Speaker: Siew Ng
    08:55
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    Making a Diagnosis: the difficult cases
    Speaker: Rupert Leong
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    Unmet Need in Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
    Speaker: Choon Jin Ooi
    09:20
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    Managing Strictures in Crohn’s Disease
    Speaker: Michael Kamm
    09:40
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    Perianal Fistulas: the Surgical Perspective
    Speaker: Simon Ng
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    Tea break
    10:20
  • 11:00-12:30
    Challenging cases
    Panel: Michael Kamm, Rupert Leong, Choon Jin Ooi, Carmen Cho, Anthony Chan, Simon Ng

    1. Surveillance for dysplasia (live demonstration)
    2. Massive gastrointestinal bleed in Crohn's
    3. The tuberculosis dilemma
    Speaker: Heyson Chan / Moe Kyaw / Joyce Mak / Raymond Tang
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