PROGRAM

WEDNESDAY MORNING

Venue CICE (Clermont-Ferrand teaching Center)

9.00 am - 10.30 am

Post graduate course 1

Live demonstrations of teaching animal or living models

Limited to 40

  • Interventional radiology P Chabrot (France)

  • Vaginal surgery S Curinier; A Mansoor (France)

  • Complex laparoscopic surgery (Lower Abdomen) R Botchorishvili (France)

  • Complex upper abdominal procedures J Vilaça (Portugal)

  • SIMlife a model using a pulsated revascularized and reventilated cadaver for surgical education JP Faure (France)

9.00 am - 10.30 am

Post graduate course 2

Teaching tools for the future

Chair: L. Boyer, R. Pasic

 

  • See one, do one, teach one and practice makes it perfect doesn’t work R Pasic (USA)

  • Virtual reality simulators: the future P Crochet (France)

  • Elearning lessons from organizing a national training program among 500 French resident of radiology A Cotten (France)

  • Wearable technology is an international telementoring setting during surgery:
    a feasibility study on the assessment of technical skills M Jansen (The Netherlands)

  • May everyone develop his own simulator? S Boughiziane (Tunisia)

  • Briefing / Debriefing experience derived from a military teaching method R Mashiach (Israel)

 

9.00 am - 10.30 am

Post graduate course 3

Teaching suture Lab

Expert meeting groups by inscription participants limited to 50 

  •  APAGE M Andou Okayama* (Japan)

  •  European Academy

  •  CICE (Clermont Ferrand)

10.30 am - 11.00 am

coffee break

11.00 am - 12.30 pm

Expert group 1

The ideal curriculum

Chair and Management of the group: A. Lam, R Campo, B Rabischong

 

  • Lessons from an international survey on the residents real life C Texier (France)

  • US curriculums comparing gynecology and general surgery I. Green 

  • Canadian experience T Grantcharov

  • German experience R De Wilde

  • Singaporean experience B Chern

  • Europe, the new curriculum  R Campo

  • Chinese experience CL Lee

  • Japanese experience M Andou Okayama*

  • Australian experience A Lam

11.00 am - 12.30 pm

Expert group 2

Definition of a teaching video

Chair and Management of the group: A Setúbal, R Botchorishvili, M Goldenberg 

 

  • Results from an online survey P Chauvet (France)

  •  What is available today on the web? K Galczynski (Poland)

  •  The ten steps academy N Bourdel (France)

  •  Experience from surgery U S Mansuria (USA)

  •  Guidelines proposed by minimally invasive surgery journals A Setùbal (Portugal)  

  •  What can we learn from bad procedures? R Botchorishvili (France)

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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

Venue POLYDÔME

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Main session 1

Computer science explained to surgeons

Chair: J Einarsson, N Bourdel

  • Basics of computer vision A Bartoli (France)

  • Beyond surgical perception : Multispectral image analysis for live perfusion and oxygenation monitoring  L Maier Hein (Germany)

  • Artificial Neural Networks and Deep Learning V Gripon (France)

  • The Contributions of Deep Learning to Computer Vision  N Thome (France)

  • Automated tissue recognizing system in endoscopic surgeries  P Török (Hungary)

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Parallel session 1

21st century vaginal surgery will be endoscopic or will disappear!

Chair:  A Mansoor

  • Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery for hysterectomy CL Lee (Taiwan) 

  • Transabdominal laparoscopy or natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery:

    a randomised controlled trial J Baekelandt (Belgium)*

  • Pelvic node dissections by single-port transvaginal laparoscopic surgery E Leblanc (France)

  • Endoscopic vaginal surgery for Prolapse N Bourdel (France)

4.00 pm - 4.30 am coffee break

4.30 pm - 6.30 pm

Main session 2

Quality in Surgery

Chair: H Ferreira, C Pomel

  • Improving safety in surgery from a practical example to general guidelines? A Fingerhut (France)

  • Assessing surgical skills using video assessment beyond CSATS? K Huang (USA)

  • Quality definition in interventional radiology H Rousseau (France)

  • Quality in surgery the US perspective A Advincula (USA)

  • Could we prevent bad surgeons to work? J Einarsson (USA)

4.30 pm - 6.30 pm

Parallel session 2

Innovative Original and or Disruptive Ideas

Chair: G Mage, J Hourcabie

  • The « Jain point » lessons from a different approach N Jain (India)

  • Contained morcellation where are we going? R Devassy (Germany)

  • Papers selected from the free communications call

          

- Uterine manipulator for laparoscopic radical hysterectomy M. Baydo

 

- Pelvic floor medicine as an alternative to pelvic floor surgery: feasibility, safety and efficacy of platelet rich plasma and fractional micro-ablative co2 laser for stress urinary incontinence F Willison  

- Comparison between single-site and multiport robot-assisted myomectomy techniques: a multicenter study. G Moawad

- Influence of recent lastt training on lastt certification scores S Mafalda Maia

- Impacts of a medical application in gynecology obstetrics on the quality of learning of second cycle medical students R Briki

- A curricular framework for obstetrics and gynecology resident education in robotic surgery R Kattah

- Barriers and enablers to establishing a sustainable gynaecological simulation program in a teaching hospital. R Szabo

- Education on laparoscopic surgery and entry techniques – a national survey of obgyn residents S Mafalda Maia

  • Safety in Hysteroscopy : how to reduce pain and risk of intravasation S Bettochi (Italy)

6.30 pm - 8.00 pm Opening ceremony

  • The future of Surgery and of Endoscopic surgery societies in questions

    • P Clavelou (France),, Dean of Clermont Ferrand Medical School

    • A Wattiez (France),

    • E Zupi (Italy)

    • G Frishman (USA) for AAGL

    • M Andou Okayama (Japan) for APAGE

    • H Fernandez (France) for the French Society

    • R Campo (Belgium) for ESGE

  • Invited conference. Chair : A Wattiez (France), CY Lee (Taiwan)

  • Natural evolution of advanced laparoscopic surgery – innovationg organ transplant laparoscopically. S Puntambekar (India)

 

8.00 pm - 9.00 pm Wine and Cheese in the exhibit hall

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THURSDAY MORNING

Venue POLYDÔME

8.00 am - 10.00 am

Main session 3

Minimally invasive surgery when economical resources are not unlimited. Laparoscopy otherwise?

Chair: R Botschorishvili, R De Wilde

  • Quality VS Pertinence How expensive could be minimally invasive approaches? JP Beregi (France)

  • Challenges for development of endoscopic surgery worldwide ? S Boughizane (Tunisia)

  • What can we learn from the development and current limitations of endoscopic surgery in Colombia. JD Villegas (Colombia)

  • Is my smartphone screen, the future of endoscopic surgery? iHysterectomy: Frugal by iPhone. J Baekelandt ( Belgium)

  • Using Touch Surgery to Improve Surgical Education in Low - and Middle-Income Settings: A Randomized Control. I Sibomana (Rwanda)

  • Could technology progresses reduce the costs ? J Dankelman (Netherlands)

10.00 am - 10.30 am

coffee break

10.30 am - 12.30 pm

Main session 4

Future of robotic surgery and of surgical instrumentation

Chair: A Advincula, P Collinet

  • Robotic surgery in 2018, where do we stand? From the fascinating technology to limited clinical benefits
    and a challenging economical questions G Scambia (Italy)

  • Nano robots B Nelson (Switzerland)

  • The future of haptic feedback in robotic procedure C Pacchierotti (France)

  • Genital prolapse: from pathophysiology to tissue engineering S Mukherjee (Australia)

  • High Intensity ultrasound: the future of non invasive surgery C Lafon (France) 

 

12.30 am - 2.00 pm

Lunch time

1.00 pm - 2.00 pm

The ideal pneumoperitoneum - Symposium Fisher&Paykel - Nordic Pharma

Peritoneal conditioning  P Koninckx

Humidification and low pressure pneumoperitoneum from concept to clinical results R Botchorishvili

Prevention of peritoneal adhesion H Roman

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THURSDAY AFTERNOON

Venue POLYDÔME

2.00 pm - 3.45 pm

Main session 5

Teaching and simulation in surgery in 2018

Chair: B Rabischong, G Frishman

  • Education for better performance, safety and clinical outcome. T Grantcharov (Canada)

  • Assessment of surgical skills: OSATS VS Check list scoring system. P Crochet (France)

  • GESEA Certification: up-date in 2018 of the 7 certified centers:
    what consequences on the surgical practice of certified surgeons. B Rabischong (France)

  • Burn out and post traumatic stress among surgery residents, do we need to teach resillience? G Frishman (USA)

  • Teaching of non technical skills and evaluation R. Flin & G Youngson (UK)

2.00 pm - 3.45 pm

Parallel session 3

Data storage

Chair: L Boyer, E Zupi

  • Data archiving: what do we need? A Luciani (France)

  • Data transfer: a radiological point of view L Boussel (France)

  • Technical state of the art, confidentiality safety, economical models B Schoeffler (France)

  • Ethical concerns about data storage L Williatte (France)

  • Epithor: When surgeons are back in power when processing their own data M Dahan (France)

3.45 pm - 4.15 pm

coffee break

4.15 pm - 6.30 pm

Parallel session 4

The surgeon and social networks

Chair: C Houlle

  • Running a youTube channel H Roman (France)

  • Ethical and legal aspect L Williatte (France)

  • Pitfalls in using social media how should we protect our practice, our patients. Lessons from a media expert

  • Patients point of view L Hummelshoj (Denmark)

  • Raising public awareness: example of endometriosis? C Zacharopoulou (France) 

4.15 pm - 6.30 pm

Main session 6

Improving Surgical Safety

Chair: K Slim

  • Teamwork teaching tools and or non technical skills in endoscopic surgery R. Flin & G. Youngson (GB)

  • Why pilots with hazardous attitudes are banned from the cockpits JE Villalta (France)

  • Should the surgeons have a daily training and or a coach? M Paraiso (USA)

  • Cross examination - the complex role of how health care industry
    and the laws shape practices in gynecologic surgery A Lam (Autralia)

  • Risk Management improvement in private practice : how do private insurance
    companies reduce risks in France through a unique concept.
    C Scaringella (France) & A Watrelot (France)

Dinner at Aventure Michelin (Dinner not included in registration charge)

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FRIDAY MORNING

Venue POLYDÔME

8.30 am - 10.30 am

Main session 7

Should or will the OR become an airline Cockpit?

Chair: A Wattiez, S Puntambekar

  • Black box recording: airline pilot experience and current perspectives JE Villalta (France)

  • Video recording of the surgical procedure should become compulsory. P Koninckx (Belgium)

  • Data Science : Making Predictions from the Massive Digital Data of the Modern World. J Peyras (France)

  • Black box recording and video recording of the procedure Rationale. T Grantcharov (Canada)

  • Black box recording of surgery data experience and perspective after one year. M Shijven, A Van Dalen (Netherlands)

  • Real-time Analysis of the Surgical Workflow: Moving towards a Surgical Control Tower N Padoy (France)

  • OR1 Approach to Smart Data management. A Beier (Germany)

 

 

10.30 am - 11.00 am

coffee break

 

 

11.00 am - 12.00 am

Papers selected from the free communications call

- Can we speak about innovation in healthcare without understanding block chain impacts in clinician practice ? endometriosis  as a user case to understand how blockchain could impact radically the healthcare  J Bouaziz

- Effect of a simple curriculum on surgical outcome of resident’s first live operative laparoscopy E Jokinen

- Augmented reality to improve spatial awareness in gynecologic surgery G Moawad

- Video-based self-assessment for training laparoscopic hysterectomy procedural skills on a virtual reality simulator: a randomized-controlled study P Crochet

- Clinical evaluation of the efficacy of static trainer training pelvic-trainer in a certificate program of complementary study of gynecological endoscopy R Briki

- Software for developing of assistance skills during endoscopy P Torok

- The care master class 5-day integrative hands-on course – a successful model in teaching minimally invasive surgery at all levels based on 17 years experience V To

12.00 am - 2.00 pm

Main session 8

Which pictures on our screen in 10 years?

Chair: JP Estrade, I Barthelemy

  • Augmented Reality for deformable and moving target T Collins; N Bourdel (France)

  • Augmented Surgery: From image to Computer assisted Surgery L Soler (France)

  • Optical biopsy, in vivo microscopy from gynecology to basic questions on a new technology G Chêne (France)

  • Fluorescence from diagnosis to fluorescence guided surgery to photoDynamic Therapy (PDT) will an old dream become true? S Mordon (France)

  • The 21st century OR from endoscopy to functional MRI and fluorescence M Diana (France)

 

2.00 pm Closing Lunch in the exhibit hall

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CONTACT

 

Michel Canis

CHU Clermont Ferrand

1 place Lucie Aubrac

63000 Clermont Ferrand

mcanis@chu-clermontferrand.fr

CONGRESS

PRESIDENTS :

Arnaud WATTIEZ

Errico ZUPi

 

INTERNATIONAL  SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE :

SCIENTIFIC

PROGRAM CHAIR  :

Michel CANIS

Arnold ADVINCULA, M. ANDOU, Marcello CECCARONI, Bernard CHERN

Rudy CAMPO, Rudy DE WILDE, Hua DUAN, Jon EINARSSON

Gary FRISHMAN, Kathy HUANG, Alan LAM, Ted M. LEE, Marie F. PARAISO, Benoit RABISCHONG, Giovanni SCAMBIA, Juan Diego VILLEGAS

LOCAL  SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE :

A Bartoli - R Botchorishvili - S Boughiziane - N Bourdel - L Boyer - S Campagne Loiseau - P Chabrot - P Chauvet - S Curinier - AS Gremeau

C Houlle - G Mage - S Matsuzaki - JL Pouly - B Rabischong - AG Rabischong - K Slim - C Texier