London Aortic Symposium 2018

The London Vascular Units at St Thomas’, St Mary’s, St George’s and the Royal Free London will host the annual London Aortic Symposium on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th October 2018 at RSA House.

This meeting will bring together leading experts in all areas of aortic intervention.

Organising Committee:

Tara Mastracci, Royal Free London

Nick Schofield, Royal Free London

Ian Loftus, St George's Vascular Institute

Mike Jenkins, Imperial College London

Rick Gibbs, Imperial College London

Rachel Bell, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital

Bijan Modarai, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital

 

11.5 hours CPD has been awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd02139)

 

The London Aortic Symposium has been deemed as COMPLIANT with the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice

Download the final programme here

 

11.5 hours CPD has been awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd02139)

 

The London Aortic Symposium has been deemed as COMPLIANT with the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice

 

This year's programme includes talks on the following:

Guest Lectures

  • Building a career in vascular surgery: What advice I would give based on the future I see - Professor Ronald Dalman
  • Outcomes and national reporting - Dr Andrew Klein
  • Diabetes and aneurysm - Professor Ronald Dalman

Debates

  • Infrarenal open versus endovascular in the 60 year old man
  • Acute dissections are for stenting

Career guidance

  • Surviving training in the UK

 Imaging

  • What should the surveillance pathways be?
  • Radiation dose - our legs/ourselves
  • Is aneurysm screening still needed?

Perioperative medicine

  • Predicting risk in aneurysm repair
  • Prehab, exercise, sarcopenia and making our patients walk
  • Physiology and aneurysm surgery: Goal directed resuscitation

Infrarenal

  • IFU is not a clinical guideline
  • The iliacs - when to treat and what are the options
  • How many weeks should your waiting list be?
  • Aneurysms in octogenarians - why bother?

Juxtrarenal

  • Conical neck
  • Fenestrated, but what brand?

Thoracoabdominal and Complex

  • Spinal injury
  • Open TAAA

Sticky situations

  • Type II endoleak - what's my approach
  • Gutters and ruptures and endotension
  • Infection after EVAR
  • Rupture after EVAR - is it really a gentler rupture?
  • Everything I need to know about paediatric vascular surgery

 

 

 

 

RSA House, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ

Tel: +44(0)20 7930 5115

www.house@rsa.org.uk

 

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Registration Fee:

Consultants: £150 up to 29th September: £180 from 30th September

Trainees: £75 

Nurses: £50

Medical Students: £50

This fee allows entry on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th October, and includes lunch, tea/coffee on both days, and drinks reception on Thursday 11th.

It does not include overnight accommodation or dinner

Download the 2017 programme here

Download the 2016 programme here

Download the 2015 programme here

 

 

 The London Aortic Organising Committee: Left to Right - Professor Ian Loftus; Mr Bijan Modarai; Miss Rachel Bell; Mr Mike Jenkins; Mr Rick Gibbs

Accommodation is not included in the registration fee.

 

The following hotels are near to the venue:

Strand Palace Hotel

372 Strand, London, WC2R 0JJ
Reservations: +44 207 379 4737
Switchboard: +44 207 836 8080
reservations@strandpalacehotel.co.uk

www.strandpalacehotel.co.uk

 

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London
200 Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7UT

T: +44 84 4415 6782

www.parkplaza.com

 

 

We are grateful to the following sponsors for their support of this meeting:

 

Premium sponsors:

 

 

 

 

 

Principal sponsors:

 

  • Donald Adam, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
  • Salma el Batti, Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free London            
  • Rachel Bell, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital
  • Paul Bevis, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Bristol and Bath NHS Trust
  • Colin Bicknell, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Imperial NHS Trust
  • John Brennan, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
  • John Carlisle, Consultant Anaesthetist, Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust
  • Ronald Dalman, Professor of Vascular Surgery, Stanford University, California
  • Meryl Davis, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free London
  • Rick Gibbs, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Imperial NHS Trust
  • George Hamilton, Professor of Vascular Surgery, Royal Free London
  • Peter Holt, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, St George's Vascular Institute
  • Mike Jenkins, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Imperial NHS Trust
  • Keith Jones, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Frimley NHS Trust
  • Andrew Klein, Consultant Anaesthetist, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
  • Ian Loftus, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, St George's Vascular Institute
  • Zenia Martin, Consultant Vascular Surgeon
  • Tara Mastracci, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free London
  • Blandine Maurel, Vascular Surgeon, Nantes, France
  • Bijan Modarai, Chair of Vascular Surgery, KCL/St Thomas' Hospital
  • Clare Morkane, Anaesthesia Research Fellow, Royal Free London
  • Paul Moxey, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, St George's Vascular Institute
  • Aung Oo, Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery, Barts NHS Trust
  • Anna Prent, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free London
  • Celia Riga, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Imperial NHS Trust
  • Prakash Saha, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital
  • Nick Schofield, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Free London
  • Mark Tyrrell, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital
  • John Whittle, Professor of Anaesthesiology, Duke University, North Carolina
  • Jason Wilkins, Consultant Radiologist, King's College NHS Trust

LONDON AORTIC SYMPOSIUM PRIVACY NOTICE

 

KEY DETAILS

This privacy notice describes how the London Aortic Symposium protects and makes use of the information given by its event delegates. This policy is updated from time to time. This privacy notice was updated on: 1st May 2018

For queries in relation to the London Aortic Symposium’s privacy policy please e-mail aorticlondon@gmail.com

INTRODUCTION

The London Aortic Symposium gathers and uses certain data in order to provide relevant information and store key data with regards their event delegates. They also collect data to better understand how visitors use their website and to present timely, relevant information to them.

WHAT DATA WE GATHER ON OUR EVENT DELEGATES

We collect the following information from our event delegates:

  • Name and Job Title
  • Contact information including postal, e-mail addresses and telephone number
  • Bank details
  • Event registration information
  • GMC Number

Please note that credit card information may be provided during online registration.  Stripe is used for the processing of these payments and no credit card information is held by the London Aortic Symposium.   Manual credit card payments may be taken from time to time and any card details are destroyed immediately after the event.

HOW WE USE OUR EVENT DELEGATES’ DATA

Collecting this data helps us send information about any events an individual may be attending and future events, which may be of interest to them. Event delegates are asked to consent to receive information about future events. Specifically, we may use data:

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If you have agreed that we can use your information in this way, you can change your mind by contacting the London Aortic Symposium at aorticlondon@gmail.com

The London Aortic Symposium does not release your details to any organisation or external body unless we have your permission. Any personal information we hold about you is stored and processed under our data protection policy, in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2018.

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Please contact the Data Manager by e-mail at aorticlondon@gmail.com

Requests should be titled, “Subject Access Request” and should be accompanied by proof of ID and an outline of the nature of your request i.e. are there specific documents you wish to access or are you requesting a general search of our records. Requests will be complied with within one month.

DATA RETENTION

The London Aortic Symposium will cease to communicate with any delegate unless they have expressed otherwise. For attendees at London Aortic Symposium events, electronic data is retained for the purpose of identifying proof of event attendance and, if consent has been obtained, for contacting individuals about future events.

SECURITY

We will always hold your information securely. To prevent unauthorised disclosure or access to your information, we have implemented strong physical and electronic security safeguards. We also follow stringent procedures to ensure we work with all personal data in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2018.

BREACHES

The London Aortic Symposium has put in place the appropriate procedures to ensure personal data breaches are detected, reported and investigated effectively. The London Aortic Symposium has mechanisms in place to assess and then report relevant breaches to the ICO where the individual is likely to suffer some form of damage (e.g. through identity theft or confidentiality breach). There are also appropriate mechanisms in place to notify affected individuals where the breach is likely to result in a high risk to their rights and freedoms. Any wilful disregard or intentional breach of the Data Protection Policy by data processors (and identified data controllers in their own right) acting on the London Aortic Symposium’s behalf under contract shall be regarded as a breach of contract and treated as such.