2nd H-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Date
Feb 16-17, 2017
Time 
Feb 16, 2017: 13:30-17:10
Feb 17, 2017: 08:00-11:40
Organisation
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H-ECCO Working Group, endorsed by ESP
Target audience 
Histopathologists, Gastroenterologists
Registration
Register now!
ECCO Membership
Regular/Y-ECCO Membership 2017 - register/renew now!
Registration fee
EUR 80 (half price for Y-ECCO, Affiliate and IBD Nurse Members) - incl. 21% Spanish VAT
CME accreditation
6 CME credits will be accredited
Note: Please register in advance, no onsite registration possible (registration deadline: February 1, 2017). The number of participants is limited. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis.
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Final programme

2nd H-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Room 129+130, Level 1

  • 13:30–13:35 1: Welcome & Introduction
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    13:35–15:00 Session 1: Diagnosis
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    James Lindsay, London, United Kingdom
    13:35-13:50 2: What clinicians expect from pathologists
    James Lindsay, London, United Kingdom
    13:50-14:00 3: What pathologists expect from clinicians
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    14:00-14:15 4: IBD – endoscopic features
    Gionata Fiorino, Rozzano, Italy
    14:15-14:35 5: IBD in biopsies
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    14:35-15:00 6: Pathology of IBD in resections
    Neil Shepherd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom

    15:00-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-17:10 Session 2: Mimics of IBD
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal

    Neil Shepherd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
    15:30-15:45 7: Clinical mimics of IBD
    Laurent Beaugerie, Paris, France
    15:45-16:05 8: Relationships between diverticulosis and IBD
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    16:05-16:25 9: Microscopic colitis and IBD
    Karel Geboes, Leuven, Belgium

    16:25-16:45 10: Infection, drugs, and other pathological mimics of IBD
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    16:45-17:10 11: Dysplasia (with interactive cases)
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
  •  
    08:00-09:40 Session 3: Recent advances
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    Fernando Magro, Porto, Portugal
    08:00-08:25 12: Pathologists' role in clinical trials (Tandem talk)
    Fernando Magro, Porto, Portugal
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal  
    08:25-08:55 13: Hot topics
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    08:55–09:10 14: Pathogenesis of fibrosis and fistulas in IBD
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    09:10-09:40 15: Prognostic factors for IBD - Clinical and pathological (Tandem talk)
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    Laurent Peyrin-Biroulet, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, France
    09:40-10:10 Coffee break
    10:10-11:35 Session 4: Outside the colon
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    10:10–10:30 16: Extraintestinal manifestations of IBD
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    10:30-10:50 17: Upper GI pathology in IBD
    Paula Borralho, Lisbon, Portugal
    10:50-11:10 18: Ileal pathology in IBD and related disease
    Vincenzo Villanacci, Brescia, Italy
    11:10-11:25 19: Pathology of IBD in primary sclerosing cholangitis
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    11:25-11:35 20: The ideal IBD pathology report
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    11:35-11:40 Closing remarks
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom