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AUGIS 2023

Save the Date - AUGIS 2023

Our nex AUGIS Annual Scientific Meeting will be taking place at the Examination School in Oxford from Wednesday 27 - Friday 29 September 2023.

Further details regarding the meeting will be announced in the new year and we really hope to see you there in 2023. 

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OG Robotic Consensus Meeting

Monday 16th January 2023

Royal College of Surgeons of England

Robotic surgery is becoming increasingly popular amongst upper gastrointestinal surgeons specialising in oesophageal and gastric disease. We are excited to announce that AUGIS will be holding a face to face meeting on Monday 16th January 2023 at the Royal College of Surgeons for all surgeons interested in performing robotic surgery in this area. We will cover training, implementation and governance.

There will be presentations from industry partners and opportunity to meet with the robotic teams as well as surgeons experienced with these platforms. In the afternoon there will be an open forum to discuss safe implementation and governance of robotic surgery in the UK. This will lead to an AUGIS statement guiding clinicians on robotic surgery in their respective trusts. We welcome both experienced and inexperienced surgeons to partake in this important meeting designing the future of robotic OG surgery in the UK. 

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Chole-QuIC4

Registration for Cholecystectomy Quality Improvement Collaborative – 4 (Chole-QuIC4) will close on 31 January 2023.

This is the fourth round of our Quality Improvement project focusing on patients with acute gallstone disease and will implement the learnings from CholeQuIC, CholeQuIC-ER and Chole-QuIC3.

Chole-QuIC4 will focus on how you can improve your pathways for emergency gallstone patients, this will not only improve patient care but also relieve pressure on the system.

This project will use proven Quality Improvement methods and offer ongoing support to clinicians and managers to drive improvements in their hospitals. Each site will be given tailored support to make improvements depending on their local context and unique set of challenges. For sites that already have excellent eight-day surgery rates, the focus will be on 'sustaining excellence'.

Each site will be given tailored support to make improvements depending on their local context and unique set of challenges. For sites who already have excellent 8 day surgery rates the focus will be on “sustaining excellence”.

Benefits

  • Support from clinical and QI experts through coaching sessions, email support and teleconferences.
  • Access to a local data platform.
  • Peer collaboration with colleagues at participating sites.
  • Attendance at webinars and collaborative events.
  • Specially designed programme to meet your trust or health board’s specific needs.
  • The opportunity to improve emergency gallstone pathways, relieve pressure on the system and save your service money. 

Watch our recruitment webinar here.

Email cholequic@rcseng.ac.uk to receive your registration form and visit our website for full details

AUGIS Webinars

The AUGIS Webinar series continues this autumn with the next webinar taking place on Wednesday 2 November at 7pm.

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AUGIS Annual Member's Update

Welcome to the AUGIS Update which is an opportunity for AUGIS to let our members know what the association has achieved during the previous membership year and to let you know our plans for the forthcoming year. 
We really do value your ideas, thoughts and feedback, so please do contact us info@augis.org 

Click here to view the AUGIS 2022 Member's Update