Based on current evidence, a multidisciplinary approach is strongly recommended for improving the clinical outcome and survival rates of metastatic colorectal cancer patients. This live educational preceptorship course will give participants the opportunity to observe how a multidisciplinary approach is applied within a centre of excellence. This live educational preceptorship course will be practice-oriented and will allow participants to fully integrate into the daily activity of the centre. The preceptorship encompasses lectures, clinical case study discussions, question and answer sessions and participation in a multidisciplinary team meeting.
After attending the live educational preceptorship course, participants
will be able to:
Define criteria for the resectability of liver metastases from colorectal cancer
Summarize current evidence on diagnosis and therapy for metastatic colorectal cancer patients
Apply the multidisciplinary approach in the management of metastatic colorectal cancer patients
Colorectal surgeons, hepatobiliary surgeons, medical oncologists with an interest in colorectal cancer.
Important: Partipants will need to be able to demonstrate up to date vaccination certificates for hepatitis B, measles, rubella and tuberculosis.