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Specialty: , Gastroenterology
Dates: From Jun, 30, 2014 to Jul, 3, 2014
Location: Birmingham, UK
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International Convention Centre (ICC Birmingham) #

Birmingham, UK
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We are delighted to invite you to the next Tripartite Colorectal meeting in Birmingham. We are very excited about the event programme which promises to be packed with information, learning opportunities and opportunity for interaction and exchanges of thought about our specialty.

Whatever the distance you have to travel, we hope that you will make this event a priority, and can assure you of a warm welcome in the fabulous city of Birmingham, a vibrant thriving city that now has so much to offer, as well as being incredibly well connected and accessible.

ACPGBI and the RSM are happy to be working together again, as we did for Dublin in 2005, and excited too that this year, ESCP have agreed to get involved at ACPGBI’s invitation. You will see from the Programme Committee that it is very much a joint effort from all parties and we greatly look forward to working together.

We hope you will join us – the website will keep you up to date with all details for the meeting over the coming months. We hope to see you in Birmingham next summer!

With best wishes,

Karen Nugent, President of the ACPGBI
Richard Novell, President of the Coloproctology Section, RSM
Ronan O’Connell, ESCP President

Karen NugentRichard NovellRonan O'Connell

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The International Convention Centre Birmingham (ICC) is located only 8 miles from Birmingham International Airport and is minutes away from the heart ofBirmingham, offering easy access to all of the city’s top hotels and attractions.

Symphony Hall and ICC

ICC Birmingham
Broad St, Birmingham B1 2EA, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 121 644 5025

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You can book and pay for accommodation, along with your registration, through the online registration system from Monday 17 February.

We urge you to book early to ensure you get the hotel of your choice. All hotels closest to ICC are available.

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Abstracts on any topic in Coloproctology will be considered by the Tripartite Programme Committee and may be selected for one of the following groups below.

  • Group 1: the BJS Prize session(the six best oral presentations): a special plenary session on Monday 30 June. The winner will be awarded the BJS prize.
  • Group 2: short paper oral presentations*: selected on merit from submitted abstracts, these will be presented in Short Paper parallel sessions (but not as part of the poster area)
  • Group 3: video presentations*: selected on merit from submitted videos, to be presented in parallel sessions on Wednesday afternoon, 2 July.
  • Group 4: lunchtime posters: to be presented as posters, this group will be selected on merit for lunchtime posters sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday lunchtimes when authors (or a representative) are asked to be ready for review and discussion
  • Group 5: posters: all other accepted abstracts should be prepared as posters

*Pelvic floor related video and oral posters may be selected to also be featured in the Pelvic Floor day on Thursday 3 July 2014; authors will be notified if selected regarding arrangements.

The BJS prize will be awarded at the Welcome Reception in the exhibition area at the end of the day on Monday 30 June 2014.

Publication: Accepted abstracts will be printed in a Tripartite booklet available at the conference. They will not be formally published in Colorectal Disease until after the meeting when they will be available online. We regret that we cannot publish unless you have attended the meeting.



Abstract submissions should be no longer than 250 words. You will be required to use the on-screen form provided; you CANNOT include diagrams or graphs. When you are ready to send your abstract:

  1. Go to the abstract registration using the link below
  2. Register your details, enter your co-authors (in the order they should be printed)
  3. Wait confirmation by e-mail that you have registered as a user
  4. Using the link provided, return to online submission to enter your abstract

Authors are kindly requested not to enter author names into the body of the abstract, please use the fields provided in the registration form.

Please do not use upper case letters in the title of your abstract!




Video presenters will be allocated a total of 10 minutes; please time your video/presentation to last no more than 8 minutes, allowing 2 minutes for questions. Sessions will run strictly to time, and cannot be extended.

Video submissions should be uploaded onto YouTube (as an unlisted video) and submitted via the online form by entering the video’s URL into the text box for abstracts.

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Anne O'Mara , Association of Coloproctologists of Great Britain and Ireland

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