The 2010 Punch Club meeting was hosted by Philip Thomas in Brighton.
Brighton Pier - or what remains of it
Members were accommodated in Malmaison Hotel Brighton and, on the first evening, were treated to a meal in Brighton Marina Yacht Club, personally prepared by the host, Philip Thomas. Strangely, several Brighton taxi drivers were unable to find their way to the yacht club!
The scientific sessions took place at Pelham House, St Andrews Lane, Lewes. Members and their partners shared a historical tour of Lewes, guided by Dr Graham Mayhew, from which photos can be seen below courtesy of Nigel Bullock.
The presentations given are listed in the tables below:
|THURSDAY 5 OCTOBER
|Tim Larner, Consultant Urologist, Brighton
|HIFU post-radical radiotherapy - its role
|Neville Harrison, Emeritus Consultant Urologist, Brighton & Philip Thomas, Consultant Urologist, Brighton
|Urolink in Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), Tanzania - past, present & future
|Chris Kingswood, Consultant Nephrologist, Brighton
|Tuberous sclerosis - an update
|Bob Tranter, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Brighton
|Four physicians, a prince and a surgeon
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The black tie club dinner was held on the evening of Thursday 5 October at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. Presentations during the second scientific session, on the last day, are listed below:
|FRIDAY 6 OCTOBER
|Shawket Alkayal, Locum Consultant Urologist, Brighton
|ESWL and Peyronie's disease
|Philip Thomas, Consultant Urologist, Brighton
|G3 pT1 TCC bladder - the role of re-resection
|Neville Harrison, Emeritus Consutant Urologist, Committee member of South Downs National Park
|South Downs National Park
|Ralph Beard, Consultant Urologist, Worthing Hospital
|Revalidation when and how?
|Jonathan Richenberg, Consultant Radiologist, Brighton
|Imaging in urological trauma - USA and UK perspective
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