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Congress 2019 Round-Up

This year’s 66th Annual International BAPS Congress in Nottingham has been one of our best attended Congresses in recent years. The sun was shining and the leafy environs of the East Midlands Conference Centre welcomed over 300 international delegates from all over the world to share their research and ideas. The week kicked off with […]

2019 Prizes

President’s prize for best clinical presentation by a trainee Joseph Davidson Long-term outcomes of Hirschsprung’s Disease with intellectual impairment: a 35-year institutional series Best Poster Presentation Felicity Arthur Idiopathic constipation: when NICE guidelines fail Best Trainee’s Free Paper Cornelis de Vogel (aka Henry de Vogel) Pilonidal sinus surgery in children: a novel approach     […]

Our Social Events in Nottingham

President’s Welcome Reception Wednesday 3rd July We are delighted to welcome our delegates to a reception to be held at the University Senate House just a short walk away from the Congress venue. Following on from the success of last year’s event, this year we will be entertained by Sealed Knot, a Civil War re-enactment […]

Medico Legal Symposium

We have a highly topical session lined up with the Medico Legal Symposium. Robert Wheeler will examine medical manslaughter in the light of a series of recent cases in England. Hugh Grant has agreed to talk about expert practice in paediatric surgery. And Trainees will have their questions relating to clinical law answered.

The Learning Lab

The Joint BAPS/BAPES Congress is getting interactive. The Learning Lab will consist of two theatre style studios, each equipped by our sponsors Storz and 3D companies. It will allow delegates to practice their minimal access and open surgical skills. Working in pairs for a period of 1 hour, each delegate will spend half the time operating […]