Thursday, Hall 5, 12:40-13:20

High quality bowel cleansing: service setups for success

The clinical benefits of high-quality bowel cleansing are starting to be recognised, but how can you achieve the standards in practice? An expert faculty consisting of a consultant, Endoscopy fellow and lead specialist nurse, will guide you through their experience and practical strategies to ensure the entire bowel-cleansing process goes smoothly from a clinical and patient-experience perspective. With case examples to provide inspiration, you will leave this symposium with useful ideas to fine-tune your service’s approach to colonoscopy preparation.

Chair – Dr Mo Thoufeeq, Consultant Gastroenterologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Speaker 1: Dr Tom Archer, Endoscopy fellow, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker 2: Anna Wordley, Lead Specialist Screening Practitioner, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

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12:40 Welcome and introductions
Importance of high-quality cleansing as a clinical priority
Differences between adequate and high-quality bowel cleansing
Clinical and service efficiency benefits of high-quality cleansing
Objectives of session – sharing service best practice
Chair – Dr Mo Thoufeeq. Consultant Gastroenterologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
12.45 Case studies on colonoscopy service
experience and learnings to achieve optimum outcomes

‘Interventions to improve bowel cleansing in colonoscopy’

‘A Region’s experience of bowel cleansing in the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme’.

Tom Archer, Senior Research Fellow, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Anna Wordley, Lead Specialist Screening Practioner, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
13.05 Q&AAll faculty facilitated by Chair
13:15Summary and closeChair

May 2024 UK-GE-PLV-2400032