St Mark's Association is an organisation which exists to maintain and develop links between current clinical and academic staff of St Mark's Hospital, and those who have previously worked with us.
St Mark’s Association Day Scientific Meeting
- Friday 6th May 2022
- 9am - 5pm
- St Mark's Hospital, Harrow
About this event
The St Mark’s Association is holding an all day meeting on Friday the 6th of May 2022. The Association Day takes place at this time of the year to commemorate St Mark’s Day, which this year is celebrated on the 25th April.
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St Mark’s Association Day
Friday 6th May 2022
St Mark’s Day, the AGM and the Trainee of the Year Award
Last year my predecessor Asha Senapati ran a hugely successful virtual meeting. I am hoping that this year we will be able to provide a hybrid offering, with an in-person meeting at our new location at Central Middlesex Hospital, and virtual attendance will also available. There are some AV challenges at the new location, which we are working to overcome by 6th May, but if we do not succeed, we will revert to a fully online format.
The theme of the meeting will explore our moniker ‘St Mark’s, The National Bowel Hospital’, showcasing our multidisciplinary units that provide a genuinely national service, what exactly they do, how they underpin clinical care with research and education, and how to assess these services.
There will be a dinner on the evening of Friday 6th May at the Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street (whether the actual meeting is hybrid or virtual). Places are limited to 65, so please book early! To book, please use the link you were emailed or contact the Academic Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Clark, President of the St Mark’s Association
St Mark’s Association Meeting Friday 6 May 2022
– Avery Jones Lecture Theatre, St Mark’s at Central Middlesex Hospital
‘St Mark’s, The National Bowel Hospital’
09:25 Welcome – Sue Clark
Chair – Omar Faiz
09:30 Intestinal rehabilitation unit
10:15 Fistula unit
Chair – Adam Haycock
11:30 Pouch service
12:15 Complex cancer unit
13:00 SMA AGM & ‘Trainee of the year award’
Chair – Ailsa Hart
14:00 Pelvic floor unit
14:30 Wolfson Unit for Endoscopy
15:00 St Mark’s Familial Intestinal Cancer Unit
Chair – Carolynne Vaizey
16:00 Presidential address
1900 drinks reception and 1930 Dinner, Royal Society of Medicine, London *
* the Dinner is booked in a separate Eventbrite event, click here.
The membership fee is £20 per year. If you are an international delegate the fee is £50 for five years. You are eligible to become a member of St Mark’s Association if you have worked with us in a clinical capacity for at least six months. For questions on how to become a member of St Mark’s Association, contact the Academic Institute on [email protected].Book online now