Inflammatory Bowel Diseases - 18th Congress of ECCO Bella Center Copenhagen March 1-4, 2023
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Copenhagen Denmark Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Preliminary Programme 18th Congress of ECCO Bella Center Copenhagen March 1-4, 2023 Scan and visit www.ecco-ibd.eu
Congress registration Registration for the Scientific Programme To register for the ECCO’23 Copenhagen Congress please use our online registration system: www.ecco-ibd.eu/ecco23 ECCO Members save from EUR 350.- to EUR 420.- on their registration. Become a member now at www.ecco-ibd.eu/membership Early Late Onsite Fee in EUR registration registration registration (including VAT) until until after Nov. 30, 2022 Feb 8, 2023 Feb. 8, 2023 ECCO Member Congress registration fees: Regular/Regular (Y-ECCO) Member 300.- 390.- 485.- Congress fee Nurse Member 60.- 100.- 150.- Congress fee Affiliate Member 60.- 100.- 150.- Congress fee1 Non-Member Congress registration fees: Non-Member 650.- 720.- 800.- Congress fee Nurse Non-Member 380.- 410.- 570.- Congress fee2 Affiliate Non-Member 380.- 410.- 570.- Congress fee3 Patient Advocate 60.- 60.- 60.- Congress fee4 Exhibitor registration fees: Exhibition Congress fee5 (no 175.- 175.- 175.- access to Scientific Programme) 1 Students/PhD Students registering at the Affiliate Member Congress fee must upload a certificate of their Student/PhD Student status during the registration process. The Y-ECCO Membership apply for young medical doctors when the Affiliate Membership is open to a holder of a post-gra- duate non-medical degree professionally affiliated with the field of IBD (e.g.: dietitian, pharmacist, psychologist) who is not an industry representative. 2 Nurses registering at the Nurse Non-Member Congress fee must upload a certificate of their current nurse status and registration number during the registration process. 3 Students/PhD Students and holders of post-graduate non-medical degree professionally affiliated with field of IBD (e.g.: dietician, pharmacist, psychologist) may register for the Affiliate Non-Member Congress fee. All delegates registering at this fee must upload a certificate of their professional status/Student or PhD Student status during the registration process. 4 Patient Advocates registering at this fee must upload a proof of their membership of a Patient Advocate Association during the registration process. If no certificate is being uploaded, the registration process cannot be completed. Please note that you might not have access to industry sponsored satellite symposia. If no certificate is being uploaded, the registration process cannot be completed. 5 All exhibitors (industry representatives) will be charged an exhibitor congress fee giving them access to the exhibition hall, industry sponsored satellite symposia, congress abstracts and certificate of attendance.
Key dates | About ECCO Key dates June 7, 2022 Call for abstracts November 21, 2022 Deadline for abstract submission (midnight, CET) There will be NO late-breaking abstracts, so aim to get your abstract in on time! November 30, 2022 Deadline for early registration December 21, 2022 Notification of abstract acceptance/ rejection February 8, 2023 Deadline for late registration (after that date onsite registration only) March 1-4, 2023 18th Congress of ECCO March 3, 2023 ECCO Interaction: Hearts and Minds About ECCO Mission Statement ECCO will strive for an optimisation of care for patients with IBD in all aspects. As part of this mission ECCO will adopt and further all efforts that lead to an improvement of the use of current therapies and procedures. Main aims include the development of guidelines with highest possible methodology and content quality and joint efforts to define better and more valid outcome parameters for the therapy of IBD. Further aspects of the mission include the promotion of specialist, postgraduate education in IBD and the promotion of scientific projects in IBD. Such promotion can include intellectual input, funding and joint training using an ECCO defined curriculum. ECCO’s visibility will be always as an organisation and not as the individuals making up ECCO. With all its activities the name of ECCO will stand in the world of gastroenterology for the highest possible level in quality and full impartiality in the results. Organising Committee – 18th Congress of ECCO Chair Laurent Peyrin-Biroulet (France) Members Britta Siegmund (Germany) Alessandro Armuzzi (Italy) Marietta Iacucci (United Kingdom) Yves Panis (France) ECCO Office Ungargasse 6/13 1030 Vienna, Austria Phone: +43-(0)1-710 22 42 Fax: +43-(0)1-710 22 42-001 E-Mail: email@example.com Web: www.ecco-ibd.eu
E-QUALITY ECCO Quality of Care Project Project Framework: • Intended to ultimately improve the quality of care of patients living with IBD • Building on the ECCO Position Statement on Quality of Care Standards in IBD and the UR-CARE database • First step: Identifying gaps between quality standards as defined by ECCO Statements and current practice in daily clinical care • Second step: Fill the identified gaps with educational tools and/or activities • Quality standards identified in three main domains: Structure, Process and Outcomes Keep an eye on the first results to come! Scan and visit www.ecco-ibd.eu
Scientific Programme Scientific Programme “Sequencing in IBD” The Scientific Programme of the 18th Congress of ECCO provides attendees the unique opportunity to learn from the world’s leading specialists in the field of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. It is structured around basic science, translational medicine and clinical sessions. Additionally, it includes oral presentations of the best abstracts of the Congress. The sessions focus on clinical practice founded on science with practical take home messages. Check out the full programme at www.ecco-ibd.eu/discover-the- programme-2023 Thursday, March 2, 2023 Preliminary programme overview (as of October, 2022) 11:00 - 12:00 Industry sponsored satellite symposia 1a, 1b, 1c & 1d 12:15 - 12:30 Opening 12:30 - 14:00 Scientific Session 1: Looking for the right sequence • Treatment sequencing in moderate to severe CD: Who’s first and who’s last? • Treatment sequencing in moderate to severe UC: Who’s first and who’s last? • Treatment of CD postoperative recurrence: medical, endoscopic or surgical? • Oral presentations 14:30 - 16:00 Scientific Session 2: Can we do better with current drugs? • The concept of biobetters • Predicting drug response (Personalisation of treatment) • Bi-, tri- and quadrispecific antibodies: Is it for tomorrow? • Oral presentations 16:00 - 17:20 S cientific Session 3: Vascular complications of IBD: an overlooked problem • Metabolic syndrome • Cardiovascular risk • Thrombosis risk • Oral presentations 17:30 - 18:30 Digital Oral Presentations: Sessions 1-5 18:45 - 19:45 Industry sponsored satellite symposia 2a, 2b, 2c & 2d
UR-CARE United R egistries for Clinical Assess ment and RE search The IBD Database for your patients records and your research studies What to expect: Highlights • Comprehensive registry capturing • Quality of care assessment demographics, environmental • High mobility and continuity factors, clinical characteristics, of care for patients examinations and therapeutic • Different options of printable interventions in IBD patient reports • Ground-breaking cross-project • Sophisticated, user friendly cooperation data export • Retro- & prospective data • Real-life test version collection and evaluation • Core paediatric and surgical • Autonomous data management variables available offered to study groups • Validation study: • Precise data ownership rules Published in JCC Scan and visit www.ecco-ibd.eu/ur-care
Scientific Programme Friday, March 3, 2023 Preliminary programme overview (as of October, 2022) 7:15 - 8:15 Industry sponsored satellite symposia 3a, 3b, 3c & 3d 8:30 - 10:30 Scientific Session 4: Optimising surgical outcomes • Regenerative approaches • The role of mesentery • What is a good IBD specialist? What is a good IBD surgeon? • Oral presentations 11:00 - 12:30 Scientific Session 5: Endoscopy as precision medicine approach to IBD - in collaboration with ESGE • From white light to advance and precision endoscopy in IBD: Where are we going • Endoscopy scoring for disease activity in Ulcerative Colitis: Can artificial intelligence help? • Surveillance management in IBD: Local deep endoscopic resection or surgery? • Oral presentations 12:30 - 13:30 Guided Poster Session 12:40 - 13:20 Educational Lunchtime Satellite Symposia LS1, LS2, LS3 & LS4 13:30 - 15:00 Scientific Session 6: Pain in IBD - in collaboration with ESNM • E pidemiology and importance of abdominal pain in the well-being of patients with IBD • Practical tips for the assesment of abdominal pain in IBD to guide management • Case presentation and panel discussion • Oral presentations EITHER: 15:30 - 16:14 Scientific Session 7: Milestones in clinical care • ECCO Guidelines on Extraintestinal Manifestations incl. Anaemia • ECCO Topical Review: Road map to optimal peri-operative care in IBD • Oral presentations 16:14 -17:14 Scientific Session 8: IBD Horizons • Oral presentations OR: 15:30 - 17:10 Scientific Session 9: Milestones in Basic Science • Intestinal organoids: The ultimate tool? • Impact on nutrition on intestinal physiology • Integrative analysis on IBD data • Oral presentations 17:25 - 18:25 Digital Oral Presentations Sessions 6-10
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Scientific Programme | Educational Programme Saturday, March 4, 2023 Preliminary programme overview (as of October, 2022) 7:15 - 8:15 Industry sponsored satellite symposia 5a,5b, 5c & 5d 8:30 - 10:20 Scientific Session 10: Evolving goals • Did we really modify the course of IBD with current therapeutic strategies? • Is surgery associated with less recurrence than medical treatment in CD? • New studies in ASUC: what will it change? • Oral presentations 10:50 - 12:20 Scientific Session 11: Fibrosis in IBD • Imaging of fibrosis in CD and UC: Past, present and future • Can we prevent fibrosis • Can we treat fribrosis? A quest for effective treatments • Oral presentations 12:20 - 13:15 Scientific Session 12: ECCO Lecture • ECCO Lecture • Awards and closing remarks • The ECCO Film Educational Programme The Educational Programme of the 18th Congress of ECCO is scheduled prior to the official start of the ECCO Congress. It covers activities for ECCO’s different interest groups. ECCO Membership (paid membership fee 2023) is a pre-requisite for a majority of the offered educational activities. Check out the full programme at www.ecco-ibd.eu/discover-the-programme-2023.html Activity Course fee 1 Target audience Wednesday, March 1, 2023 4th ECCO Basic EUR 150,- Physicians, Imaging Workshop Radiologists, in collaboration with Surgeons, ESGAR & IBUS Paediatricians 5th School for Clinical EUR 60,- Clinical trial Trialists coordinators, IBD nurses and Allied health professionals 6th Advanced ECCO: EUR 750,- Corporate Members EduCational COurse & Non-Corporate for Industry 2 Members
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Educational Programme Activity Course fee1 Target audience 9th Y-ECCO Basic EUR 90,- Basic scientists, Science Workshop Physicians, Paediatricians, Surgeons, IBD Nurses 14th N-ECCO School N/A IBD Nurses, Dietitians 21st IBD Intensive N/A Junior Advanced Course gastroenterologists Thursday, March 2, 2023 8th H-ECCO IBD EUR 90,- 3 Histopathologists, Masterclass (part I) Clinicians 10th ECCO Ultrasound EUR 100,- Physicians, Workshop - Advanced Radiologists, Surgeons, in collaboration with Paediatricians ESGAR & IBUS 5th ECCO-AOCC Forum N/A 2 Physicians, Surgeons 10th P-ECCO EUR 80,- Paediatricians, Educational Course Physicians, Surgeons 11th SciCom Workshop EUR 90,- Basic scientists and interested Clinicians 12th S-ECCO IBD EUR 150,- Surgeons, Physicians, Masterclass IBD Nurses in collaboration with ESCP 17th N-ECCO EUR 35,- IBD Nurses – Network Meeting advanced level Friday, March 3, 2023 8th D-ECCO Workshop EUR 60,- Dietitians, IBD Nurses, Physicians 8th H-ECCO IBD EUR 90,- 3 Histopathologists, Masterclass (part II) Clinicians 1 ( incl. VAT), for reductions please visit the ECCO Website 2 ECCO Membership is not required for this course. 3 Fee covers Part I and Part II of the course.
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