The Aquilant sponsored Stoke ERCP Symposium was once again hailed as a great success thanks to a combination of expert faculty, interactive lectures and state-of-the-art live case discussions. The UK ERCP community was very well represented with over 100 delegates in attendance, all of whom agreed that the event will be a key date in their future diaries.
Chaired by Dr. Jonathan Green from the Royal Stoke University Hospital, and including Course Directors Mark Deakin from the same hospital and Dr. Nageshwar Reddy from the Asian Institute of Gastroenterology in Hyderabad, the symposium incorporated a range of topics including advances in hepatobiliary endoscopy, ERCP in acute and chronic pancreatitis and EUS as an adjunct to patients having ERCP. With the added involvement of a faculty including Ross Carter (Glasgow), Manu Nayar (Newcastle), Srisha Hebbar (Stoke) and Terry Wong (London) to name a few, the two days provided delegates with a rare opportunity to share experiences and discuss techniques with the expert faculty present and audience of fellow ERCP specialists.
For the full Stoke ERCP Symposium itinerary programme, click here.