BURST at BAUS 2019

The BURST team would like to invite you to our session at BAUS 2019, this year being held in Glasgow, as well as our evening dinner & social.

There will be a chance to hear about the results from our multicenter IDENTIFY study, and the opportunity to voice your opinion on our future projects, helping us shape design.

The Burst Session will be held in Hall 1 from 15.30-17.00 on the 24th of June & includes the following talks:

15.30 – 15.40: Opportunities for trainees.
Mr Veeru Kasivisvanathan, University College Hospital, London

15.40-15.55: IDENTIFY study results, implications and audience feedback.
Mr Sinan Khadhouri, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

15.55-16.10: Designing an RCT based on IDENTIFY results: interactive audience participation.
Mr Kevin Gallagher, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh & Mr Taimur Shah, Imperial Health NHS Trust, London

16.10-16.20: Committee updates.
BURST Committee Members

16.20-16.30: Where are they now? Last year’s Dragon’s Den’s proposal: PROPEL study (Optimal stent duration post ureteroscopy): lessons learnt.
Ms Nikita Bhatt, Ipswich Hospital & Mr Kenneth MacKenzie, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals

16.30-16.40: Where are they now? Last year’s Dragon’s Den’s proposal: DETORT study (Scrotal US by Urology SpRs in reducing negative torsion rate)
Mr Simon Morton, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne

16.40-17.00: Feasibility of rolling out DETORT and design questions: interactive audience participation.
Mr Veeru Kasivisvanathan, University College Hospital, London & Mr Arjun Nambiar Freeman Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Can’t attend? Tune in our LIVESTREAM: bit.ly/burstatbaus19

 

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at our session, and thank you for your ongoing collaboration with BURST.

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