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BAUS Annual Scientific Meeting 2016 (Liverpool)

29 July 2016

Sessions from BAUS 2016 are listed in the order in which they took place. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond the control of BAUS, some of the early recordings suffer from asynchronicity between audio & video.  We apologise for this problem, which is beyond our control; we hope it does not impair your enjoyment of the videos.

Download the BAUS 2016 Abstract Booklet for details of papers & ePosters which were not recorded.

Personal highlights of the meeting are also available on the BJUI blog pages, courtesy of Nishant Bedi (@nishbedi) Specialist Urological Registrar, West Midlands Deanery.

Monday 27 June 2016

Section of Andrology & Genito-Urethral Surgery Annual Meeting

Andrology Updates

Chair: Mr Asif Muneer, University College London Hospital

Recent papers changing andrology practice
Mr Michael Fraser, Glasgow Royal Infirmary
LiSWT for erectile dysfunction
Mr CJ Shukla, Western General Hospital Edinburgh
Testosterone & the aging male (effects on the CVS)
Mr Ian Eardley, St James's University Hospital, Leeds
Peyronie's disease
Mr Oliver Kayes, St James's University Hospital Leeds
The future of andrology services in the NHS
Mr Vijay Sangar, The Christie Hospital, Manchester

Sexual Dysfunction in Young Men

Chairs: Mr Marc Lucky, University Hospital Aintree & Mr Paul Anderson, Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley

Investigation & management of psychogenic erectile dysfunction in young men
Mr Rowland Rees, University Hospital Southampton
"Venous leak" - a diagnostic & therapeutic challenge
Mr Ian Pearce, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Living with sickle cell disease - impact on sexual health & fertility
Mr Suks Minhas, University College London Hospital

European Society of Sexual Medicine (ESSM) Guest Lecture

Introduced by: Mr Rowland Rees, University Hospital Southampton

 
Complex penile reconstructive surgery in young adults
Mr David Ralph, University College London Hospital

 


Molecular Biology & Translational Research in Andrology

Chairs: Mr Asif Muneer, University College London Hospital & Mr John McGrath, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Trust

Molecular biology & potential targeted treatments in penile cancer
Mr Simon Rodney, Whittington Hospital London
Genetic factors involved in male fertility
Prof Stéphane Viville, Nouvel Hôpital Civil, Strasbourg
Translational research in ED & Peyronie's disease
Dr Maarten Albersen, University Hospital Leuven
Maximising research capability in rare conditions
Dr Steve Nicholson, Royal Free Hospital London
Maximising research capability from national registries - linking the data
Dr Luke Hounsome, Public Health England

Medicolegal Aspects in Andrology

Chairs: Mr Duncan Summerton, Leicester General Hospital & Mr Ian Eardley, St James's University Hospital Leeds

Forensic andrology - sexual abuse, the law & the andrologist
Professor Frank Chinegwundoh, Royal London Hospital
Testicular torsion - who should manage it & where?
Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust
The pitfalls of vasectomy & implications of new guidelines
Mr Raj Nigam, Royal Surrey County Hospital Guildford
Surgery & the penis - cautionary tales
Mr Julian Shah, University College London Hospital
 

Section of Female, Neurological & Urodynamic Urology Annual Meeting

Updates

Chairs: Mr Ian Beckley, Pinderfields Hospital Wakefield & Miss Angela Birnie, Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth

New curriculum / NICE update
Sheilagh Reid, Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield
Specialist unit recognition & specialist commissioning
Mr Richard Parkinson, Nottingham City Hospital
Anticholinergic burden
Mrs Mahreen Pakzad, University College London Hospital

Lower Urinary Tract Reconstruction for Benign & Malignant Disease: Point - Counterpoint

Chairs: Prof Margit Fisch, University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf & Mr Roland Morley, Charing Cross Hospital London

Ileal conduit
Miss Charlotte Foley, Lister Hospital Stevenage
Orthotopic neobladder
Miss Mary Garthwaite, James Cook University Hospital Middlesborough
Continent diversion
Mr Mo Belal, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Ureterosigmoidostomy
Mr Dan Wood, University College London Hospital

Management of Ureteric Injuries

Chair: Mr Rajesh Kavia, Northwick Park Hospital London

 
Endoscopic
Mr Daron Smith, University College London Hospital
Open
Miss Tamsin Greenwell, University College London Hospital

Retirement Lectures

Introduced by: Ms Sheilagh Reid, Royal Hallamshire Hospital & Miss Tamsin Greenwell, University College London Hospital

A lifetime in neurourology
Mr Paul Tophill, Northern General Hospital Sheffield
A lifetime in female & reconstructive urology
Mr Tim Terry, Leicester General Hospital
 

Section of Academic Urology Annual Meeting

Best Academic Paper Section

Chair: Prof Howard Kynaston, Cardiff University

Results of the British Association of Urological Surgeons Female Stress Urinary Incontinence Procedures Outcomes Audit
S Cashman, N Thiruchelvam, R Morley
Randomised controlled trial of ultra mini percutaneous nephrolithotomy versus retrograde intrarenal surgery in the treatment of 10-30mm calculi
SN Datta, K-W Ng, R Solanki, Janak Desai
A Urinary Peptide Biomarker Panel to Identify Significant Prostate Cancer
MJS Salji, A Latosinska, A McKay, J Clark, H Mischak, HY Leung
The significance of close surgical margins in organ sparing surgery for penile squamous cell cancer
D Sri, A Sujenthiran, W Lam, C Corbishley, BE Ayres, N Watkin
Significance of negative margin in nephron sparing nephrectomy and its implications on disease free survival
A Shafik, A Kodera, T King, N Hicks, R Chen, A Maker
Open radical cystectomy in the UK – the current standard of care? Analysis of the BAUS cystectomy audit
ER Jefferies, J Cresswell, JS McGrath, C Miller, L Hounsome, S Fowler, EW Rowe

John Blandy Prize & Lecture

Presented by: Prof Prokar Dasgupta, Guy's Hospital London

For the best paper published in the BJUI
"Detection of the index tumour and tumour volume in prostate cancer using T2-weighted and diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) alone"
Presented to: Erik Rud, Oslo University Hospital

Active Surveillance in Clinically Localised Prostate Cancer

Chair: Prof Howard Kynaston, Cardiff University

Grade groups in prostate cancer: the end of Gleason scoring?
Professor Dan Berney, Bart's & The Royal London Hospital
All you need for active surveillance in prostate cancer is mpMRI
Dr Jonathan Richenberg, Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton
Research & trials in active surveillance
Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge

BURST Session: Dragons' Den

Chair: Mr Ben Lamb, University College London Hospital

PANEL:
Dr Graeme McLennan, University of Aberdeen
Mr Ian Pearce, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Professor Mark Emberton, University College London Hospital
Mr Veeru Kasivisvanathan, University College London Hospital

 

 

Tuesday 28 June 2016

Promis & ProtecT

Promis & ProtecT: UK in the Vanguard for Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials

Chairs: Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge & Prof Alan McNeill, Western General Hospital Ediburgh

ProtecT
Professor Freddy Hamdy, University of Oxford
Promis
Professor Mark Emberton, University College London Hospital
 

President's Address, John Anderson Award & St Peter's Medal Award / Lecture

John Anderson Award
Mr Ans Khan, Wishaw General Hospital Lanarkshire
St Peter's Medal & Lecture
"Bladder cancer research in 2016 - where are we now?"
Professor Margaret Knowles, St James's University Hospital Leeds
 

Congenital Lifelong Urology

Chair: Mr Dan Wood, University College London Hospital

Preparation for transition
Mr Alun Williams, Nottingham University Hospitals
The adolescent brain & the challenge of transition
Dr Jo Begent, University College London Hospital
The route to success - setting up a service
Miss Claire Taylor, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
The adult care of major congenital urological anomalies
Mr Andrew Baird, University Hospital Aintree
Andrological concerns - fertility, sexual function & late effects
Mr Suks Minhas, University College London Hospital
The surgical challenges in adolescent urology
Dr Hadley M Wood, Cleveland Clinic USA
 

Management of the Functional Side Effects of Pelvic Cancer

Chairs: Mr Arun Sahai, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London & Miss Sophia Cashman, Bedford Hospital

Sexual Function
Mr Majid Shabbir, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
Urinary incontinence
Mr Nikesh Thiruchelvam, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge
Fistula
Professor Margit Fisch, University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf
Survivorship
Tasia Malinowski, Prostate Cancer UK
 

BAUS Guest Lecture

Introduced by: Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust

Médecins sans frontières
Mr David Nott, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
(pre-recorded lecture)
 

Urolink: Building Sustainable Bridges

Linking Urology Training & Care in Africa

Chair: Mr Philip Thomas, Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton

Lancet commission on global surgery
Mr Philip Thomas, Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton
Observations from Urolink visit to Ethiopia
Mr Zeeshan Aslam, Morriston Hospital Swansea
Thoughts on KCMC visit
Mr Chris Parker, Yeovil District Hospital
MSE course - teaching the management of urological emergencies
Mt Nick Campain, Torbay District Hospital
Urethroplasty workshop, Lusaka
Mr Paul Anderson, Russells Hall Hospital Birmingham
 

Section of Andrology & Genitourethral Surgery / Oncology Joint Session

Testicular Cancer & Sexual Dysfunction

Chairs: Mr Asif Muneer, University College London Hospital & Mr Tim O'Brien, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London

Testis tumours & fertility preservation
Mr Majid Shabbir, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
RPLND: optimising cancer outcomes & preservation of ejaculatory function. Where are we now?
Professor Peter Albers, Dusseldorf University Hospital
RPLND in the UK: how are we doing?
Mr Matt Hayes, University Hospital Southampton
 

The Role of Urology in the Management of Painful Bladder

Chairs: Mrs Suzie Venn, St Richard's Hospital Chichester & Mrs Ruth Doherty, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

The evidence & guidelines
Miss Suzanne Biers, Addenbroke's Hospital Cambridge
What do we do now?
Miss Mary Garthwaite, James Cook University Hospital Middlesborough
An alternative way to manage bladder pain syndrome patients
Mr Sachin Malde, University College London Hospital
 
 

Laparoscopy versus Robot: Partial Nephrectomy

Videos & Discussion

Chair: Mr Richard Napier-Hemy, Manchester Royal Infirmary

Laparoscopic
Mr Jon Cartledge, St James's University Hospital Leeds
Robotic
Mr Ben Challacombe, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
 

Teaching Course: BAUS & BURST Research Collaborative 2016

Chair: Mr Ben Lamb, University College London Hospital & Ms Jo Cresswell, James Cook University Hospital Middlesborough

PANEL:
Prof Mark Emberton, University College London Hospital
Dr Mieke van Hemelrijck, King's College London
Dr Steve MacLennan, University of Aberdeen
Dr Graeme MacLennan, University of Aberdeen
Prof Prokar Dasgupta, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
 

Wednesday 29 June 2016

NPCA Audit Update

NPCA audit update
Professor Noel Clarke, Christie Hospital Manchester & Mr Arunan Sujenthiran, North Middlesex University Hospital
 

Controversies in Stone Disease

Chairs: Mr Peter Rimington, Eastbourne District Hospital & Mr Jonathan Glass, Guy's & St Thomas Hospital London

Digital versus fibreoptic
Mr Sri Sriprasad, Darent Valley Hospital Dartford v Mr Ben Grey, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Wire versus wireless
Mr Daron Smith, University College London Hospital v Mr Jake Patterson, Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield
Fragment versus dust
Mr Nick Rukin, New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton v Mr Rob Calvert, Broadgreen Hospital Liverpool
Access sheath: yes versus no
Mr Alistair Rogers, Freeman Hospital Newcastle upon Tyne v Mr Nitin Shroti, Kent & Canterbury Hospital
 

The Urology Foundation Lecture & Research Scholar Medal

Chair: Professor Howard Kynaston, Cardiff University

TUF Research Scholar Medal
Presented to; Mr Prasanna Sooriakumaran, Churchill Hospital Oxford
TUF Guest Lecture
"Hazards & heroes: the search for safer surgery"
Mr Tony Giddings

Download the additional material from Tony Giddings lecture

 

Major Urological Trauma

Chair: Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust

Major trauma networks: the new system in England
Professor Chris Moran, National Clinical Director for Trauma, Nottingham University Hospital
Urethral trauma guidelines
Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust
Renal trauma
Mr Davendra Sharma, St George's Healthcare NHS Trust
 

Centralisation of Stone Services

Chair: Mr Ken Anson, St George's Hospital London

Review of PCNL database
Mr Oliver Wiseman, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge & Mr John Withington, Whittington Hospital London
Central versus local services
Mr Simon Harrison, Pinderfields Hospital Wakefield
NHS centralisation
Mr Duncan Selbie, Public Health England
Go central
Mr Paul Jones, Morriston Hospital Swansea
Stay local
Mr Stephen Gordon, Epsom & St Helier University Hospital NHS Trust
 

MET - Is There a Role? US versus UK view

Chair: Miss Kay Thomas, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London

Yes
Assistant Professor John Hollingsworth, University of Michigan
No
Professor Sam McClinton, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
 

BJUI Guest Lecture

Introduced by: Professor Krishna Sethia, Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Novel non-coding RNAs as biomarkers & molecular regulators in prostate cancer
Professor Manfred Wirth, University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden
 

Gold Medal & St Paul's Presentation / Lecture

Chair: Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust

Gold Medal
Mr Tim Terry, Leicester General Hospital
St Paul's Medal & Lecture
"Will the urologic oncologist of the future be a surgeon?"

Professor Joseph A Smith, Vanderbilt University Nashville
 

ePoster Session 7 - Surgical Andrology (Urethral & Penile) & Infertility

Chairs: Mr Tim Terry, Leicester General Hospital & Mr Vaibhav Modgil, West Midlands Deanery

 
 

Radical Thinking for Metastatic Urological Cancer

Chairs: Ms Jo Cresswell, James Cook University Hospital Middlesborough & Professor Noel Clarke, Christie Hospital Manchester

Metastatic disease from biology to treatment: new thinking
Professor Noel Clarke, Christie Hospital Manchester
PD-L1 inhibitors in metastatic bladder cancer: a game changer?
Professor Thomas Powles, Bart's Health NHS Trust
Surgery for metastatic renal cancer: what do we know?
Dr Axel Bex, Netherlands Cancer Institute Amsterdam
Targeted radiotherapy for oligometastatic prostate cancer: developing at PACE
Dr Nicholas van As, Royal Marsden Hospital London
Surgery for oligometastatic prostate cancer: hype or reality
Mr Anthony Koupparis, Southmead Hospital Bristol
 

JCU Guest Lecture

Introduced by: Mr Ian Pearce, Manchester Royal Infirmary

"From bed to benchside"
Mr Justin Vale, Imperial College Healthcare Trust London
 

President's Drinks Reception & Dinner

The President's evening at BAUS 2016 began with a drinks reception in the historic setting of The Royal Liver Building.  This imposing building, together with the Cunard and Port of Liverpool Buildings form the  "Three Graces" (pictured right) on Liverpool's World Heritage City waterfront. 

Opened in 1911, the Royal Liver Building is the purpose-built home of the Royal Liver Assurance group, which was set up in 1850 to provide locals with financial assistance after losing a wage-earning relative.

Today it is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city and is home to tthe wo fabled Liver Birds that watch over the city and the sea. Legend has it that, were these two birds to fly away, the city would cease to exist.

Several formal prize presentations were made at the reception:

Certificate of Distinction
Trevor Marsh (Olympus Medical)


© Simon Kirwan 2016

Certificate of Distinction
Nick Roberts (Boston Scientific)


© Simon Kirwan 2016

Golden Cystoscope
John McGrath (Exeter)


© Simon Kirwan 2016

Keith Yeates Medal
Raj Pal (Nottingham)


© Simon Kirwan 2016

Following the reception, invited guests then moved on to the Hope Street Hotel, positioned between Liverpool's two cathedrals and opposite the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, for the President's Dinner.  Mark Speakman presented Adrian Joyce with Honorary Membership of BAUS and the BAUS Gold Medal for 2015 (which Adrian had been unable to accept in person last year).  The incoming President, Kieran O'Flynn, presented his predecessor, Mark Speakman, with a mocked-up newspaper front page as a memento of his tenure.


Click the camera to view informal photos of the presentations and some of the guests who attended the dinner. You are free to download any of these images, if you wish. Any guests who have their own photos of the evening are also welome to add them using the upload facility.

 

Thursday 30 June 2016

Joint AUA & BAUS Session

Moderators: Mr Mark Speakman, Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust & Dr William F Gee, AUA Immediate Past President

Welcome
Mr Mark Speakman
US healthcare reform: getting closer to the NHS?
Dr William F Gee
Case discussion: robotic prostatectomy
Moderator: Professor Joseph A Smith, Vanderbilt University Nashville
AUA panellists: Dr Matthew Gettman, Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota &
Dr Sanjay Razdan, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Miami
BAUS panellists: Professor Prokar Dasgupta, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London &
Professor Roger Kirby, The Prostate Centre London
 

Updates & Breaking News

Chair: Mr Simon Brewster, Churchill Hospital Oxford

Prostate cancer
Mr Philip Cornford, Royal Liverpoorl University Hospital
Bladder cancer
Miss Jo Cresswell, James Cook University Hospital Middlesborough
Kidney cancer
Mr Ben Challacombe, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital London
Andrology & the urethra
Mr Andrew Sinclair, Stepping Hill Hospital Stockport
Endoluminal endourology
Mr Daron Smith, University College London Hospital
Female urology & BPH
Miss Suzanne Biers, Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge
 

BJUI Session: What's New in Functional Urology?

Chair: Professor Prokar Dasgupta, Editor-in-Chief BJU International

Nerve stimulation
Professor Karl-Dietrich Sievert, Universoty Hospital Salzburg
Spinal regeneration & anti-Nogo A antibodies
Dr Marc Schneider, University of Zurich
A focus on underactive bladder
Professor Christopher Chapple, Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield
 

Joint IBUS & BAUS Session

Chairs: Mr V Srinivasan, Glan Clwyd Hospital Rhyl & Mr Subu Subramonian, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Future directions in minimally invasive surgery: novel platforms & new technologies
Dr Matthew T Gettman, Mayo Clinic Rochester MN
Laparoscopic & robotic staghorn stone surgery
Dr Marius Conradie, President of the South African Endourological Society
Novel techniques in robotic prostatectomy
Dr Sanjay Razdan, International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute Miami FL
 

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