GP Study Evening: An essential update for GPs on Bowel, Pancreatic and Oesophageal/Stomach cancer

This FREE study evening is designed for GP and GP trainees, as an update on bowel, pancreatic and oesophago-gastric cancer. We hope you will find the agenda of interest and that you will be able to take this opportunity to meet and interact with renowned experts in the field.

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Update on Pancreatic Cancer

Dr Martin Eatock, Consultant Medical Oncologist


  • Key stats including routes to diagnosis, survival by stage and need for early diagnosis.
  • Discuss the physical, psychological and social factors which contribute to presentation in primary care.
  • Assessment of pancreas symptoms, examinations, initial tests in primary care.
  • Consider differential diagnoses, red flag symptoms and use of referral decision aids.
  • Challenges for primary and secondary care.


Ten years of Bowel Cancer Screening in Northern Ireland

Dr Tracey Owen, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Public Health Agency


  • To understand how bowel cancer screening is delivered in Northern Ireland.
  • To gain knowledge of how screening has improved early diagnosis for patients.
  • To learn about imminent changes to the screening programme.


Improving management of patients with suspected oesophago-gastric cancer

Mr Andrew Kennedy, Upper GI Surgeon


  • Which patients should be Red Flag referred as suspected oesophago-gastric cancer.
  • What should they expect?

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6pm- 8pm

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