10TH INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF LAPAROSCOPIC COLORECTAL SURGERY CONGRESS : NAVIGATING NEW ADVANCES
Singapore General Hospital *SINGAPORE , SINGAPORE Visit the Venue to read more
Welcome to the 10th International Society of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery (ISLCRS) Congress 2015.
The Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is pleased to have the opportunity to host this congress and to welcome participants from around the world to Singapore to an exciting and stimulating congress, which will bring together laparoscopic and colorectal experts from around the world to discuss topical issues in our field.
This congress will be held in the Academia, SGH Campus, located close to the bustling Chinatown, Singapore’s historic central district, and will be preceded by the 6th Asia-Pacific Enterostomal Therapy Nurses Association (APETNA) Congress 2015.
Our theme "Navigating New Advances" highlights how colorectal surgeons are constantly exploring new techniques and utilising advances in technology in order to improve patient outcomes. Key features of the congress include :
Laparoscopic Cadaveric Workshop
Transanal Endoscopic Operation (TEO) Workshop
Live Robotic Colorectal Surgery
Pelvic Floor Workshop including 3D-Anorectal and Dynamic Perineal Ultrasound
New Technology & Innovations
We look forward to having the opportunity to explore these issues with you and to meeting you here in Singapore.
With best regards
Associate Professor Tang Choong Leong
10th ISLCRS - 6th APETNA Congress 2015, Singapore
(incorporating SGH Colorectal Scientific Week and SCRS Annual Scientific Meeting)
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
SGH Campus, Singapore
Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract.
We welcome submissions on the following categories:
Benign & Functional Conditions
Please take note of the following instructions:
Abstracts must be in English.
Authors must indicate the type of presentation categories: poster, oral or video.
Shortlisted entries will present in a competition with a S$500 prize for each of the above categories.
Abstract should not exceed 250 words.