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Challenges of current pediatric practice in Yemen

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This on-demand teaching session is relevant for medical professionals and would be beneficial in exploring the challenges of training and practice of pediatric surgery in Yemen. Professor Antill Aleke will discuss the questionnaire he utilized during his research, examining the shortage of manpower, facilities, and training programs in Yemen, and the consequences they face. Attendees would be able to discuss with the professor ways to improve the training of general surgeons in the management of children, and how pediatric surgeons in the UK could help.
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Wednesday 13th July

10:00-10:10 | Opening of Congress

10:10-10:50 | Session 1 - Upper GI and Thoracic | James Andrews & Paolo De Coppi

11:00-12:40 | Session 2 - Prize Session | Paul Johnson & Amulya Saxena

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15:10-15:30 | Denis Browne Award

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Thursday 14th July

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13:15-14:45 | Urology Symposium - the current state of the art in Robotic Paediatric Urology in the UK: what is the future?

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15:15-15:45 | JPS Lecture - Marc Levitt | Patient Driven Change, Is collaborative care the future of medicine?

15:45-17:30 | BSPGHAN and BAPS Session - State of the Art Management of Intestinal Failure

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Friday 15th July

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10:00-10:30 | Hugh Greenwood Lecture - Professor Simone Abib

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13:55-14:25 | Mason Brown Lecture - David Nott

14:25-15:40 | Session 10 - General | Ceri Jones & Ashish Minocha

15:40-15:45 | Close and Prizes

15:45-17:00 | AGM for BAPS Members

Learning objectives

Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the challenges currently faced by pediatric surgeons in Yemen. 2. Recognize the current status of pediatric surgical training programs in Yemen. 3. Understand the consequences of the current situation in Yemen. 4. Explain ways in which pediatric surgeons in the United Kingdom can help with the situation. 5. Understand the role of the war in impacting pediatric surgical practice and training in Yemen.
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Challenges of training and practice of pediatric surgery in yemen uh by Antill um aleke, see right your room. Uh My my name is an autonomous callousy, I am uh pediatric surgeon residency in the second year and my poster is about the challenge of current practice of pediatric surgery in yemen, which highlight the current challenge of practice and training and free aspects manpower, surgical pus, cities, and training program. I used a questionnaire in this course sectional study. It was sent to consultants, specialists of pediatric surgeons currently working gain moment. It was reviewed the great shortage of manpower, unit, row surgical facilities, and national pediatric surgical training the program, The current situation in yemen that were in its consequences are important role in the results, and in conclusion we are in in need for urgent corrective action plan with high appreciation for the help of international uh pediatric surgical community. Thank you do you do you have any plans to improve the training of the general surgeons in their management of children uh. So I I think you said that most of the surgery would be performed by adult general surgeons uh Do you have any plans to more training for them and their management skills well. We, we don't have unfortunately a program and or system to to restrict them or to make to make a training for them. We lost the training program okay, So Claire Skerritt says how could pediatric surgeons in the uk help uh This is uh that's a little bit difficult to answer from me, but the the war itself play an important rule, but sometimes for courses or training uh for uh the surgeons that the pediatric surgeon, the pediatric surgeons that propelled us okay. I think we don't have any more questions. Thank you very much. Thank you.