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European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017

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"European Digestive Cancer Days (EDCD) PRAGUE 2017 – PREVENTION AND SCREENING".

On September 2017 the international conference European Digestive Cancer Days (EDCD) was held in Prague. As one of its main objectives, the ECCD conference was promoting standardised colorectal cancer screening according to international best practices. 

The EDCD conference was co-organised by Institute of Health Information and Statistics of the Czech Republic, United European Gastroenterology, Masaryk University, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses and Pavel Poc, Member of the European Parliament.

EDCD Conference was organised under the patronage of honourable:

  • Mr. Vytenis Andriukaitis, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety
  • Mr. Pavel Poc, Member of the European Parliament
  • Mr. Miloslav Ludvík, Minister of Health of the Czech Republic
  • Mr. Rostislav Vyzula, Chair of the Health Committee of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament
  • Mr. Tomáš Zima, Rector of the Charles University
  • Mrs. Alena Šteflová, Head of the WHO Country Office in the Czech Republic
  • Mr. Štěpán Svačina, President of the Czech Medical Association of J. E. Purkyně
  • Czech Society of Gastroenterology
  • Czech Society for Oncology

We would like to offer to you presentations, press releases and short video from the conference.  Our questions were answered by:

  • RNDr. Ondřej Májek, Ph.D., Institute of Health Information and Statistics of the Czech Republic (time 0:05)
  • Professor Stephen P. Halloran, MBE FRCPath - University of Surrey, NHS (time 0:47)
  • ProfessorThierry Ponchon, United European Gastroenterology, Chair of the Public Affairs Committee  (time 1:28)

Presentations

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Workshop: Implementing innovations in colorectal cancer screening: Transition to quantitative immunochemical testing

Pancreatic cancer: The main challenge

Other digestive cancers: Next to be screened?

CRC screening programmes: State of the art in Europe

Differences between ongoing programmes

State of the art in the Czech Republic – CRC screening: Czech experience in implementation

Why and how to start a population based CRC screening programme?

Optimizing participation in ongoing CRC screening programmes

Why do we have different levels of participation in Europe?

  1. Influence of the programme design:
    (a) Pro GP implication (F. de Bels)
    (b) Cons GP implications (E. Dekker)
  2. Influence of the population type – How to tackle inequalities! (S. Halloran)
  3. Influence of the message (J. Wilkes)
  4. Influence of the patient associations and/or influence of a champion (L. Colemont)

More photos in the photo gallery.

 

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European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017
European Digestive Cancer Days 26–27 September 2017