The 9th Nottingham Barrett’s Endotherapy Course

13th June - 14th June 2019

Postgraduate Medical Education Centre, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK

Course directors: Dr Jacobo Ortiz & Prof Krish Ragunath

Instead of the usual and conventional lectures, our program this year has been designed as three panels of big experts covering the three main topics in Barrett’s endotherapy: diagnosis, resection and ablation. The aim is to create dynamic, open and interactive discussions covering all the known and the new aspects of the endoscopic treatment for early Barrett’s neoplasia.

Learning objectives

By attending this course participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of endoscopic management of Barrett’s neoplasia.
  • Identify and stage Barrett’s neoplasia accurately.
  • Discuss and select patients who will benefit from endoscopic therapy.
  • Apply appropriate techniques for endoscopic resection.
  • Perform Radiofrequency ablation in an efficient manner.
  • Learn tips and tricks to avoid complications.

Registration fees

£150.00 for Consultants

£75.00 for Trainees and Nurses

£200.00 group fee (Endoscopist, Nurse, Pathologist)

International Faculty

Professor Prateek Sharma, Kansas, USA

Professor Bas Weusten, Utrecht, The Netherlands

UK Faculty

Mr. James Catton, Nottingham

Dr. Andy Cole, Derby

Dr. John DeCaestecker, Leicester

Dr. Maria O’Donovan, Cambridge

Dr. Jason Dunn, London

Dr. Rehan Haidry, London

Dr. Sunny Kadri, Leicester

Dr. Adolfo Parra-Blanco, Nottingham

Patient Advocate for Live Endoscopy: Dr Steve Foley

Hands-on Cardiff Endotrainer support: Mr Stuart Goddard, WIMAT, Cardiff

View the preliminary programme

If you would like to register your interest for this course please email natalie.horsepool@nottingham.ac.uk