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WELCOME Message

Dear Friends and Colleagues

On behalf of ESS, we welcome you to our 39th Annual Summer Meeting that is Held in Helnan Palestine Hotel, Alexandria from 23-25 September 2021.

Our meeting this year is held in collaboration with the International Society of Surgeons (ISS), we are also honored this year by the attendance of eminent guest speakers from the International Federation of Surgical Colleges (IFSC) covering several surgical topics and subspecialties and highlighting Covid-19 in relevance.
As the conference is hybrid, a huge exhibition will be held concurrent to the scientific program gathering the most important and influential pharmaceutical and medical companies in the field.
We have chosen Alexandria City, as usual, to host our summer meeting for its refreshing climate during this time of the year to allow you to have fun and enjoy a short vacation!
We await you all!

Prof. Abdel Motey Hussein

ESS Vice President

Prof. Mohamed Farid

ESS Secretary General

ESS Board

Vice-Presidents
Abdel Moeti Hussein
Safwat Abdel Kader

Secretary-General
Mohamed Farid
Asst. Secretary general
Hemeda El Sayed

Treasurer
Galal Abou Riah

Members

Ahmed El Kased
Atef Abdel Ghani
Farouk Mourad
Hamed Rashad
Khaled El Fiky
Mansour Kabbash
Mostafa Rizk
Nabil Gad El Hak
Nabil Shedid
Tarek Ibrahim
Tharwat Mohamed Ali
Yehia Zakaria

Conference Tracks:

The specialties of general surgery are fixed, however, the cross-geo experience gives it the different taste!
Our sessions will discuss trendy topics and techniques in these surgical tracks:

– Colorectal                                  – Hernia
– Surgical Infection                     – Vascular
– Breast                                        – Oncology
– Bariatric                                    – Anti Infectives
– GIT & Hepatobiliary

Abstracts:

We welcome speakers from all affiliations across Egypt and all over the world in the specialties stated above.
To join us, submit your abstract here or send to: info@ess-egy.org.

Submission Deadline: 20 August 2021

About the City & Venue:

Founded by Alexander the Great in 332 BC, Alexandria, also known as “The Pearl of the Mediterranean,” was once one of the most prominent cities of the ancient world, known as the capital of the arts and science at the time. It is home to the Pharos Lighthouse, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, as well as the enormous Library of Alexandria.

Branded for its cooling sea breeze and golden-sand beaches, remnants of the City’s greatness can still be found here.
Only 225km from Cairo, Helnan Palestine hotel is approximately a 2.5-hour drive from the capital, making it a favorite holiday destination amongst the locals. And with its close proximity to Alexandria International Airport has made it popular amongst European and Mediterranean tourists alike.

Helnan Palestine Hotel, Alexandria

Meet the experts

International guest faculty

Andrew Gumbs (France)

Andrew Gumbs (France)

MD, FACS

Surgical Oncology Dept. at the Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal Poissy/St. Germaine en Laye, France.
Former Director of the Minimally Invasive Hepatic-Pancreatic-Biliary Surgery Program at SMG-MD Anderson Cancer Center

Topics

The initiation, standardization and proficiency (ISP) phases of the learning curve for minimally invasive liver resection: comparison of a fellowship-trained surgeon with the pioneers and early adopters.

Artificial Intelligence Surgery: getting to autonomous actions in surgery.

The experience of the minimally invasive (MI) fellowship-trained (FT) hepatic-pancreatic and biliary (HPB) surgeon: could the outcome of MI pancreatoduodenectomy for peri-ampullary tumors be better than open?

Lal Senaratne (UK)

Lal Senaratne (UK)

MBBS, FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Gen. Surg), MS, D.Phil.(Oxon)

Consultant Vascular & Clinical
Lead for Vascular Surgery EKHUFT.
Honorary Senior Lecturer,
King’s College London.
Royal College Tutor for Surgery K&C.

Topics

Adding vascular insult to Covid lung injury.

Matthew Dryden (Grenada)

Matthew Dryden (Grenada)

MD FRCPath FRCPS (Glas)

Consultant and Senior Lecturer, Microbiology & Infection,
Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Porton & Southampton University Medical School.
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, St Georges University, Grenada.

Topics

Surgical site infection and antimicrobial stewardship.

Robert Lane (UK)

Robert Lane (UK)

MS, FRCS Eng, FRCS Ed (ad.hom), FACS, FWACS (Hon), FCS (ECSA)

The President of the International Federation of Surgical Colleges.
Former colorectal surgeon at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester, UK and am now actively involved in Education & Training.

Topics

Introduction & welcome speech

Jeyakumar Apollos (UK)

Jeyakumar Apollos (UK)

MBBS, MS, Dip.NB, FRCS (Gen. Surgery)

NHS Dumfries and Galloway · Department of General Surgery

Topics

When NOT to do a laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

STEPHAN DREYER (UK)

STEPHAN DREYER (UK)

Senior Surgical Trainee & an expert on precision targeting in pancreas cancer treatments

Topics

The importance of genomics in new treatment pathways for pancreatic and other cancers.

Jacob S Dreyer (Fanus)

Jacob S Dreyer (Fanus)

(MBChB, MMed(Surg), FCS(SA), FRCSEd, FCS(ECSA), M.Ed(Lond) Consultant General/Colorectal Surgeon at NHS Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.

Topics

“Operating theatre ethics and professionalism during the Covid-19 pandemic”.

Michael Duff

Michael Duff

(MB BCh BAO, FRCS, MCh)

Consultant Colorectal Surgeon with particular expertise in the management of Advanced Rectal Cancer and performing Exenterative Surgery, Edinburg, UK.

Topics

Maximally Invasive Surgery – Surgical Management of Advanced and Recurrent Rectal Cancer.

Zekuan Xu (China)

Zekuan Xu (China)

M.D., Ph.D., Professor

Director of General Surgery; Chief, Division of Gastric Surgery
the First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University.

Topics

The strategy of surgical treatment for esophagogastric junction cancer.

 Continuing Medical Education (CME) is an essential component of continuing physician professional development. Accreditation is of utmost importance – both as a proof of the top quality of the scientific content of the congress and as an opportunity for delegates to collect their CME credit points. Join us & get your CME hours!

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