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The E-AHPBA are delighted to launch a series of educational webinars for the HPB Community focusing on the core areas, pancreas, liver and biliary. During a time when face-to-face training is perhaps lacking, we are excited to provide a series of hour-long webinars and a chance to interact with experts from throughout our region. You can read more about the date, time and topics of each webinar below.

Upcoming Webinars

There are no upcoming webinars. Keep your eye on our website and social media platforms for announcements regarding the next free educational webinars.

Previous Webinars
E-AHPBA Webinar 1 - Pancreas

Speaker/Moderator
Professor Kito Fusai
London, United Kingdom

Speaker/Moderator
Professor Stefan Stättner
Innsbruck, Austria

Moderator
Professor Kevin Conlon
Dublin, Ireland
E-AHPBA President

Talk 1: Neoadjuvant treatment of borderline pancreatic cancer
Professor Kito Fusai

Talk 2: Surgical tips during pancreatic surgery
Professor Stefan Stattner

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Kevin Conlon

E-AHPBA Webinar 2 - Pancreas

Speaker
Professor Massimo Falconi
Milan, Italy

Speaker
Professor Martyn Caplin
London, United Kingdom

Moderator
Professor Kito Fusai
London, United Kingdom

 Neuroendocrine Tumours

A surgical updateProfessor Massimo Falconi

A medical updateProfessor Martyn Caplin

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Kito Fusai

E-AHPBA Webinar 3 - Bile Duct

Speaker
Professor Stefan Heinrich
Mainz, Germany

Speaker
Professor Rosa Jorba
Tarragona, Spain

Talk 1: Cholangiocarcinoma
Professor Stefan Heinrich

Talk 2: Liver resection in jaundiced patients
Professor Rosa Jorba

Q&A: Managed by Moderator

E-AHPBA Webinar 4 - Bile Duct

Speaker
Professor Jose Ramia
Guadalajara, Spain

Speaker
Professor Sean Burmeister
Cape Town, South Africa

Speaker
Professor Eduard Jonas
Cape Town, South Africa

Moderator
Professor Michelle De Oliveira
Zurich, Switzerland

Talk 1: Laparoscopic bile duct surgery – Professor Jose Ramia
Talk 2: Approach to the biliary stricture – Professor Sean Burmeister
 Talk 3: Latrogenic bile duct injury – Professor Ed Jonas
Q&A: Moderated by Professor Michelle De Oliveira 

E-AHPBA Webinar 5 - Liver

Speaker – Surgeon
Professor Mickael Lesurtel
Lyon, France

Speaker – Hepatologist
Professor Mashiko Setshedi
Cape Town, South Africa

Speaker – Oncologist
Professor Richard Hubner
Manchester, United Kingdom

Multi-disciplinary management of HCC

Surgeon – Professor Mickael Lesurtel

Hepatologist – Professor Mashiko Setshedi

Oncologist – Professor Richard Hubner

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Wojciech Polak

E-AHPBA Webinar 6 - Liver

Speaker
Professor René Adam
Paris, France

Speaker
Professor Reto Bale
Innsbruck, Austria

Moderator
Professor Stefan Stättner
Vöcklabruck, Austria

Multi-disciplinary treatment of colorectal liver metastases  

               Surgical Perspective: Professor Rene Adam

Radiologist perspective: Professor Reto Bale

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Stefan Stättner

 

Due to technical error, only the audio recording is available, our apologies for any disappointment this has caused.

E-AHPBA Webinar 7 - Complication Management in Pancreatic Surgery

Speaker/Moderator
Professor Maximilian Bockhorn
University Hospital Oldenburg, Germany

Speaker
Professor Faik Uzunoglu
University Hospital Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany

Speaker
Professor Julie Périnel
Service de chirurgie digestive, Hospices Civils de Lyon, France

Talk 1: New Approaches for Solid Organ Surgery
From Robotics to Patches – What Works and What Doesn’t?
Professor Maximilian Bockhorn

Talk 2: Borderline Resection in pancreatic surgery and complication.
Professor Faik Uzunoglu

Talk 3: When and how to drain in pancreatic fistula
Professor Julie Périnel

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Kevin Conlon

E-AHPBA Webinar 8 - Robotic Liver Surgery

Speaker/Moderator
Dr. Aude Vanlander
Ghent, Belgium

Speaker
Professor Fabrizio Di Benedetto
Modena, Italy

Moderator
Professor Moh Abu Hilal
Brescia, Italy

Introduction and Host: Professor Wojciech Polak

Talk 1: Minimal invasive ICG guided resection
Dr. Aude Vanlander

Talk 2: 3-D reconstruction: Why and how?
Professor Fabrizio Di Benedetto

Q&A: Moderated by Professor Moh Abu Hilal

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