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The recovery of cancer surgery during COVID-19

11th May 2020

Overview

Following the highly successful Cancer Surgery and COVID-19: Risks and Benefits webinar on 20th April, the pandemic has moved on and much more experience of surgery during the outbreak is emerging. There are still major differences in management and treatment across the UK based on resource and the level of the epidemic.

This webinar will explore the recovery phase for patients requiring cancer surgery, the timeliness of the treatment and the appropriateness of the hub within the institution.

Speakers

  • Professor S Michael Griffin OBE, RCSEd President.
  • Professor Stephen Wigmore, Regius Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh. Consultant HPB and Transplant Surgeon, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
  • Miss Nicola Fearnhead, President of ACPGBI, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge.
  • Mr Nick Maynard, President-Elect AUGIS, Lead Cancer Clinician and Consultant Upper GI Surgeon, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Recording


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