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"Towards 0% 90-day Colorectal mortality: Accepting a low floor in the anastomotic leak rate plus safe rescue using an early warning integrated model" and “University of Auckland’s Global Surgery Group: the Republic of Vanuatu - a growing collaboration”

Mr Ravish Jootun will present "Towards 0% 90-day Colorectal mortality: Accepting a low floor in the anastomotic leak rate plus safe rescue using an early warning integrated model"

Mr Will Perry will present “University of Auckland’s Global Surgery Group: the Republic of Vanuatu - a growing collaboration”

Biographies

Ravish JootunRavish Jootun qualified from the University of New South Wales in 2007 and undertook his surgical training in Australia.

He did further colorectal training in Western Australia and Victoria before coming to Oxford NHS Trust as a senior fellow. He is the current robotic colorectal fellow at Portsmouth NHS trust. His main interest is rectal cancer management and minimally invasive surgery.

He also has a strong interest in teaching and research and was awarded the Educator of Merit (Supervisor/Clinical Assessor) of the Year for 2017 from the Australian College of Surgeons.

He has published several scientific papers on colorectal cancer and frequently presents his research at international conferences. He is a member of the Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland.

 

 

Will PerryWill Perry is a New Zealand trained general surgeon and the lead of the University of Auckland Global Surgery Group, a New Zealand-based international collaboration that seeks to improve the safe, timely and affordable delivery of surgical care in the Pacific region.

Alongside his surgical training he has worked in public health, implementation and surgical safety. He was a Fulbright Scholar to Harvard University, where he completed his MPH under the supervision of Atul Gawande and worked with MIT on a global health initiative with Partners in Health.

He also acted as an external consultant to the World Health Organisation’s Service Delivery & Safety Department.

Mr Perry is currently a Senior Clinical Fellow with the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust Colorectal Surgery Department.

 

 

 

 

Chair: Professor Freddie Hamdy

All members of the University and NHS clinical staff are welcome.