Title: Hereditary Gastrointestinal cancer and high risk endoscopic screening - when to refer and who to refer to
Speaker: Dr Andrew Buckle and Professor Alex Boussioutas, Gastroenterologists
Date: Monday 15th March 2021
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Host: Epworth Richmond
Where: Zoom Webinar- dial in from your PC/laptop/mobile phone/tablet
Program: Presentation and Q&A
Gastroenterologists, Dr Andrew Buckle and Prof Alex Boussioutas, will present this GP webinar in two parts. The first section will review common hereditary syndromes in GI cancer such as Lynch Syndrome Fap and Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer and outline how to identify patients and refer them to appropriate services. The second section will be about managing high risk patients and an overview of guidelines for endoscopic screening. Dr Buckle and Prof Boussioutas have successfully designed and implemented a GI High Risk Management Service and will present data on how it functions and critical outcome measures that show it to be very successful in early detection and prevention of cancer.
- Review the common genetic syndromes in GI cancer
- Outline how to assess and manage risk
- Identify when to worry and refer
- Discuss patients suitable for genetic testing of GI cancer
- 2 CPD Activity points
Spaces are limited
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- First name and surname
- RACGP number
- Practice name
- Practice suburb and postcode
- Email address
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