BJS Sponsored Lectures

The British Journal of Surgery has been consistently supportive of AUGIS, sponsoring an overseas lecturer at every Annual Scientific Meeting since 1998

2017
EVIDENCE FOR IMPROVED OUTCOME OF ROBOTIC MINIMALLY INVASIVE ESOPHAGECTOMY FOR ESOPHAGEAL CANCER
– Professor Van Hillegersberg (Netherlands)

2016
HAS THE FOCUS ON UPPER GI CANCER BEEN DETRIMENTAL TO THE PATIENT WITH BENIGH DISEASE?
– Professor Rob Padbury (Australia)

2015
LAPARASCOPIC LIVE DONOR LIVER SURGERY: A RISK TOO FAR?
– Professor Olivier Scatton (France)

2014
DOES SURGICAL SKILL MATTER?
– Doctor Justin Dimick (USA)

2013
INTRA-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS DURING COMPLEX LAPAROSCOPIC HPB SURGERY: MANAGEMENT AND AVOIDANCE
– Doctor Michael Kendrick (USA)

2012
IMPROVING OUTCOMES
– Professor Rob Padbury (Australia)

2011
ADEQUATE SURGERY FOR GASTRIC CANCER
– Professor Takeshi Sano, (Japan)

2010
CATEGORISING COMPLICATIONS OF UPPER GI SURGERY AND THEIR COST
– Dr Don Low (USA)

2009
AVOIDING BILE DUCT INJURY DURING LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
– Professor Steven Strasberg (USA)

2008
SURGICAL INNOVATION IN HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC SURGERY
– Professor M Buchler (Germany)

2007
LONG TERM RESULTS OF SURGERY FOR BENIGN OESOPHAGEAL DISEASE
– Professor A Csendes (Chile)

2005
MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR PATIENTS WITH HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA
– Professor D Cherqui (France)

2004
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR CANCER – IS IT SAFE?
– Professor J Hunter (USA)

2003
SPECIALIST CENTRES OR SPECIALIST SURGEONS?
– Professor M Brennan (USA)

2002
THE ROLE OF CHEMORADIOTHERAPY IN OESOPHAGEAL CANCER
– Professor D Gotley (Australia)

2001
MEDIASTINAL TRAUMA
– Professor K Boffard (South Africa)

2000
METAPLASIA: IS IT REVERSIBLE?
– Professor Tom DeMeester (USA)

1999
PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION: LESSONS LEARNED OVER THE YEARS
– Professor Laureano Fernandez-Cruz (Spain)

1998
THE MANAGEMENT OF HILAR CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA
– Professor B Launois (France)