Thursday 27 February 2020
8:15 8:30 Opening and welcome words from president(s)
     
8:30 9:30 ASRCC Flash sessions: new and hot in MIS
    Gynecology
    Urology
    upperGI
    Colorectal
    Parietology
     
9:30 10:15 Multidisciplinary session: endometriosis
    Shaving vs. resection for rectal involvement
    Management of ureter involvement
    Fertility after pelvic surgery
     
10:15 10:45 Coffee break
     
10:45 11:15 Keynote lecture: The transoral thyroidectomy
   
11:15 12:00 COLORECTAL SESSION
    TaTME : where we stand in 2020
    Standardized minimal invasive right hemicolectomy with CME: concept of the German CME group
    Management of the occlusive colorectal cancer: lessons learned from the Association Française de Chirurgie (AFC) database
12:00 12:20 Innovation lecture: Single port robotics: first experiences with the Da Vinci SP robot
12:30 13:00 Short 3x CR case presentations to expert panel
     
13:00 14:00 Lunch Break
     
14:00 15:30 HBP SESSION
    MIS for necrotizing pancreatitis
    MIS liver/biliary surgery
    MIS pancreas resection
    ERAS in HBP surgery
15:30 16:00 Short 3x HBP case presentations to expert panel
     
16:00 16:30 Coffee break
     
16:30 16:50 Keynote lecture: Have we learned to measure complications yet?
16:50 17:40 Novelties in managing complications with MIS
    Upper GI/bariatrics
    HBP: the biliary fistula
    Colorectal
     
17:40 18:00 Keynote lecture: Artificial intelligence in Surgery
18:00 18:30 Best video award session – ALA surgery platform
    Video 1
    Video 2
    Video 3
    Video 4
    Video 5
    Public vote and award (jury and public prize)
     
18:30   End of 1st day
    Friday 28 February 2020
8:30 10:00 UPPER GI & BARIATRICS SESSION
    Paraesophageal hernia : is the mesh controversy over?
    Bariatrics novelties/controversies
    Robotic esofageal surgery
    Laparoscopic vs. Open oncological gastrectomy
10:00 10:30 Short 3x Upper GI case presentations to expert panel
     
10:30 11:00 Coffee break
     
11:00 11:20 Keynote lecture: The quest for simplicity in surgery
     
11:20 12:30 HERNIA SESSION
    Component separation techniques: open surgery
    component separation techniques: MIS
    Iguinal hernia : mesh fixation controversies
    Robotic hernia repair
     
12:30 13:30 Lunch Break
     
13:30 13:50 Keynote lecture: Life-work balance for surgeons
     
13:50 14:30 Surgical training in MIS in 4 European countries: systems, challenges and opportunities for growth and exchange
    France
    Germany
    Austria
    Switzerland
    Discussion/Comment
     
14:30 14:50 Keynote lecture: Lessons learned from running a multidisciplinary department
     
14:50 15:10 Coffee break
     
15:10 16:30 Video session MIS in emergency: tips & tricks
    Peritonitis and post-op septic complications
    Internal hernia post bariatric surgery
    The rotten cholecystitis
    Small bowel occlusion
    Upper GI perforation
    Incarcerated hernia
     
16:30   Meeting Closure