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19th AUGIS Annual Scientific Meeting

21 – 23 September 2016

The Royal Armouries, Leeds

The 19th AUGIS Annual Scientific Meeting will take place on the 22nd & 23rd September 2016, with a Training Day for Surgical Trainees on the Wednesday 21st September.

Registration is now open.

Please visit the meeting microsite for further information. 




President’s Message

Looking ahead to Leeds – and AUGIS continues to building its professional standing


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I’m looking forward to our Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) which will be held at the Leeds Armories on Thursday / Friday September 22 and 23 and which will be preceded by a training day on Wednesday, 21 September – www.augis.org/2016conference/registration/  

The programme is packed with something for everyone including talks from Professor Rob Padbury (Adelaide) on the unforeseen problems of centralisation of cancer services and reducing risks in UGI surgery; Prof Greg Falks (Sydney) on dealing with para-oesophageal hernias and managing laryngo-pharyngo-reflux; UGI surgery in the obese patient and the pros and cons of super-specialisation in bariatric surgery; plus a return of Jane Blazeby’s excellent ‘Dragons’ Den’. We also have