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29th Jagelman / 39th Turnbull International Colorectal Disease Symposium

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa * | Fort lauderdale, USA
From 595 to 995 USD
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Title: 29th Jagelman / 39th Turnbull International Colorectal Disease Symposium
Specialty: General Surgery
Dates: From Feb, 14, 2018 to Feb, 17, 2018
Location: Fort lauderdale, USA
Type: Symposium
Registration Cost: From 595 to 995 USD
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Event Venue:

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa *

Fort Lauderdale, USA Visit the Venue to read more
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Concerned Audience:
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Event Overview
Welcome message:

The Colorectal Disease program is designed to provide a comprehensive in-depth, detailed overview of new, controversial, challenging, and provocative colorectal themes. This exciting and stimulating conference will bring together colorectal experts to discuss issues in the field.


This year will again include the Pelvic Dissection TaTME Cadaver Lab as a non-CME educational opportunity, which allows participants the opportunity to receive instruction from renowned faculty and develop and/or perfect their technique of transanal surgery.


Attendance at the symposium will provide the attendees with a detailed analysis of the current status of every major colorectal area. Video demonstrations will help improve competencies and patient outcomes. Multidisciplinary integration amongst surgery, gastroenterology, imaging and pathology will be emphasized in combined sessions centered upon the definitions and optimization of patient outcomes.


Optional Scientific Paper Session, where participant abstracts are presented in both electronic poster and podium format will also be included as a non-CME educational opportunity.


By Attending, You Will Be Able To:

Compare methods of surgical management of rectal cancer

Evaluate the benefit of synoptic reports

Describe the techniques and results of transanal total mesorectal excision

Assess the evaluation and management of difficult and complex colorectal problems

Discuss the newest procedures for fecal incontinence

Debate the methods of treatment of rectal prolapse

Outline the assessment and treatment of difficult anorectal conditions

Compare the new methods of managing inflammatory bowel disease

Describe advanced therapeutic colonoscopy techniques

Deliberate the benefits of interdisciplinary management of colorectal cancer

Present innovate tools to improve outcomes

Realize improvements in surgical education

Assess strategies to minimize morbidity

Review effective therapeutic options for post treatment morbidity

Topics:

Minimally Invasive Surgery, including Robotics

Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision (TaTME)

Surgical Innovation

Avoiding and Managing Complications

Practicing Cost Effective Colorectal Surgery

Optimizing Patient Outcomes

Multidisciplinary Team Approaches

Who Should Attend?

Physicians, residents, fellows, nurses, wound care professionals, physician assistants, and allied health professionals specializing in colorectal surgery, general surgery, laparoscopic surgery, endoscopic surgery and gastroenterology.

Speakers/Faculty:

Matthew Albert, MD

Orlando, Florida


Manish Chand, MD

London, England


George Chang, MD

Houston, Texas


Giovanni Dapri, MD

Brussels, Belgium


Antonio de Lacy, MD

Barcelona, Spain


Andre D’Hoore, MD

Leuven, Blegium


Jakob Izbicki, MD

Hamburg, Germany


Joep Knol, MD

Hasselt, Belgium


Sean Langenfeld, MD

Omaha, Nebraska


John Marks, MD

Wynnewood, Pennsylvania


Justin Maykel, MD

Worcester, Massachusetts


Elisabeth McLemore, MD

Los Angeles, California


John Migaly, MD

Durham, North Carolina


Giovanni Milito, MD

Rome, Italy


Rodrigo Perez, MD

Sao Paulo, Brazil


Sergio Regadas, MD

Fortaleza, Brazil


Sthela Regadas, MD

Fortaleza, Brazil


Roland Scherer, MD

Berlin, Germany


Patricia Sylla, MD

New York, New York


Mark Whiteford, MD

Portland, Oregon


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Registration Cost
Type
Early Registration

2017-11-03
Late Registration From: 2017-11-04 To: 0--
On site Registration
Physicians
995
995
0
CCF Alumnus
895
895
0
Resident / Felllow
795
795
0
Non Physician
595
595
0

Group Registrations:

Group registrations not allowed

Accompanying Persons:

Accompanying persons not allowed

Registration Documents:
Letter of invitation:
We don’t provide letter of invitation
Letter of confirmation:
We don’t provide Letter of Confirmation
Proof of professional / educational status:
We don’t need Proof of professional/educational status
Online Abstract Submission:

We don’t accept Online Abstracts

Accommodation
Accommodation:

Marriott Harbor Beach

3030 Holiday Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316


The discounted room rate for program guests is $355 (single/double standard room) + 11% state & local tax.  To receive the discounted rate, make your reservation using the link above.


Reservations must be made by January 19, 2018 to guarantee room rate. Rooms are subject to availability and may sell out prior to the January 19, 2018 deadline.


Hotel Information

Breathe in the crisp ocean air and soak up the Sunshine State's radiant rays during a stay at Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa. Situated along a quarter-mile of private beach, this Fort Lauderdale resort provides tropical tranquility while offering easy access to Fort Lauderdale airport and top attractions including Las Olas Boulevard. Dive into the refreshing lagoon pool, take to the Atlantic for jet skiing or snorkeling, or pamper yourself at the full-service spa. When it's time to refuel, savor innovative cuisine at one of the three restaurants, sip handcrafted cocktails while relaxing under swaying palm trees or perk up with a treat from Starbucks. The stylish, redesigned guest rooms and suites are an ideal oasis after your adventurous day.


Step inside the newly redesigned guest rooms and suites inspired by the sea

Enjoy beautiful ocean or intracoastal views from your private balcony

Luxurious room amenities include plush bedding, beach-inspired tile floors and walk-in showers

Stay on schedule with convenient room service available 24-hours a day

Be productive even while away from the office with flexible work desks and high-speed internet

Suites include deluxe amenities including Keurig coffee makers

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Submission Info

You are encouraged to submit paper and video abstracts to DDSI Week 2018.

The Scientific Paper Session will include both oral and video presentations.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 15, 2017

BENEFITS OF PRESENTING:  

 Improve research activity within the specialties of colorectal surgery, gastroenterology, and

hepatology

 Share creative ideas and best practices

 Demonstrate your role in the advancement of colorectal surgery, gastroenterology and

hepatology

 Expand your recognition

 Network with your peers

TOPIC AREAS:  

The committee encourages submission of advanced‐level content with appeal to the highly skilled

colorectal surgeons and gastroenterologist who attend this conference. You are encouraged to submit

abstracts on any aspect of colorectal disease, gastroenterology, and Hepatology, especially on current

and emerging issues and case studies related, but not limited to:

 Inflammatory bowel disease

 Rectal cancer

 Benign anorectal disease

 Pelvic floor disorders

 Minimally invasive and robotic colorectal surgery

 Endoscopy  

 Gastroenterology and Hepatology  

 Pancreaticobiliary

WHO CAN SUBMIT?  

 Practicing colorectal surgeons and gastroenterologists  

 Colorectal surgeons and physicians currently in residency or fellowship training programs

 Researchers, analysts, technology providers and consultants

RULES FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS:

 Abstracts must be submitted via email to cme@ccf.org and must include all necessary

attachments (ie: images, tables, charts, videos, etc.).   

 Images and videos may be attached as separate files or uploaded via an online service (ie: Drop

Box, We Transfer, Send It Now, etc.).

 Submissions are limited to two (2) abstract entries per Primary Author and three (3) entries per

Institution.  

 All abstracts must be received by November 15, 2017

 Author and institution references should not be included in abstract text

 Podium and video submissions require a written abstract

 A structured abstract must include the following:  

o A limit of 400 words

o 2‐3 references

o Background

o Purpose

o Study design/Setting

o Methods

o Results

o Conclusions

o Tables, figures & graphs (if applicable)  

REVIEW PROCESS:

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by a committee apprised of colorectal surgeons and

gastroenterologists.  

 Abstracts will be blinded and scored

 Content is evaluated based on

o Quality of content

o Relevance of topic

o Educational value

o Clearly identified objectives

 Submitting authors will receive notification of results by December 15, 2017, once the review

process is complete.  

 All authors will be awarded a certificate of presentation.  

 Winning authors will receive an additional certificate, as well as a complimentary registration for

2018 or a future course (must be used within two (2) years.)

 The DDSI Week Abstract Review Committee reserves the right to make final decisions regarding

acceptance of abstracts for presentation sessions

AUTHORS OF ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS MUST AGREE:

 To present information in an objective manner without bias to a particular company, program or

product.

 That abstract may be reproduced for use in conference materials, including electronic

presentation and printed documentation.

 That abstracts may be selected for reproduction in the Cleveland Clinic Journal and therefore, a

manuscript would be required.

CORRESPONDING AUTHORS:

For all submissions, a corresponding author, including contact address, phone, and email should be

provided. This author will be responsible for all questions about the abstract (if any) and registration.

 Abstract Submission Fee is $50 USD.  This fee is non‐refundable.   

 Presenting authors must register for either the Colorectal Disease Symposium or the

Gastroenterology and Hepatology Symposium and will be required to pay the abstract

submission fee at this time. The full registration may be paid later, if the submission is accepted

for presentation.

Abstract submission deadline 2017-11-15
Sponsors Exhibitors
General Info

Colorectal Disease Symposium

Pelvic Dissection TaTME Cadaver Lab

Sandy Ronnenberg

Phone:  954.659.5490

Email:  ronnens@ccf.org

Sponsors / Supporters

Rental of exhibit space:  Caribbean Ballroom

Company signage:  One line sign - 7"x44", white w/black letters

(If using own display/furniture, please notify us that you 'Do not need table/chairs')

Exhibitor badges: Two (2) representative badges (provides full access to symposium sessions and meals)

Additional Exhibitor badges $25 each (with 3 meals - $150)

Company listings: 

Pre-conference website (all participants must register via website)

Program booklet  (program booklet distributed to all participants)

Looping slide show (slide show loop in general session throughout meeting)

Signage, if applicable  (signage for special events and/or marketing opportunities)

Display duration:  Thursday – Saturday (over 2-1/2 days)

Meals with exhibitors:  Breakfast, 2 breaks and dessert/coffee following lunch will take place in the exhibit hall

Exhibitor BINGO participation:  Designed to draw all participants to your display.  (See page 3 of prospectus)

Attendee roster and statistics (To be distributed within 2 weeks of meeting end)

 

Exhibitor Packages Available

Exhibitor Package – Platinum – $20,000

Click here to reserve your exhibit space


In addition to the above, this package includes:


Company ad: 1/2 page company advertisement in industry booklet (distributed to all participants) 

8' x 20' foot exhibit space - * Green spaces on the Exhibitor Map/Floor plan (page 11)

Booth equipment: Corner Booth, Pipe and drape (8' back wall, 3' side walls)

Booth furniture: One (1) 6'x30' table, draped and skirted, two (2) chairs, one (1) wastebasket

Six (6) Additional Exhibitor badges (provides full access to symposium sessions and meals with exhibitor badge)

Conference bag Insert  (distributed to all participants)

8 1/2" x 11" or smaller

Quantity: 750

Submission deadline: January 15, 2018 (submit to appropriate coordinator for approval)

Delivery deadline: February 9, 2018 (coordinator will send shipping instructions upon approval of insert)

Reserved table during lunch

Invite faculty and attendees to your table for some one-on-one time during lunch

Fees waived for standard electric and power strip

Roster of Attendees and statistics

*  To claim CME credit you must register as a participant for an additional fee


 


 


Exhibitor Package – Gold – $10,000

Click here to reserve your exhibit space


In addition to the above, this package includes:


Company ad: 1/2 page company advertisement in industry booklet (distributed to all participants) 

8' x 10' foot exhibit space - * Green spaces on the Exhibitor Map/Floor plan (page 11)

Booth equipment: Corner Booth, Pipe and drape (8' back wall, 3' side walls)

Booth furniture: One (1) 6'x30' table, draped and skirted, two (2) chairs, one (1) wastebasket

Four (4) Additional Exhibitor badges (provides full access to symposium sessions and meals with exhibitor badge)

Conference bag Insert  (distributed to all participants)

8 1/2" x 11" or smaller

Quantity: 750

Submission deadline: January 15, 2018 (submit to appropriate coordinator for approval)

Delivery deadline: February 9, 2018 (coordinator will send shipping instructions upon approval of insert)

Fees waived for standard electric and power strip

Roster of Attendees and statistics

*  To claim CME credit you must register as a participant for an additional fee

Contact
Organising Agency
email us at cmeregistration@ccf.org or call 216.448.8710.
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