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25-26 November, 2017 Budapest, Hungary Focus on: Importance of the International Pancreatic Registries and Biobank Results from the Registries Pancreatic Genetics Preliminary Results of Running Prospective Clinical Trials Discussion of New Clinical Trials Education for Clinical Research Administrators Free Presentations
Invited lecturers: Vinciane Rebours, Clichy, FRANCE, Robert Moran, Baltimore, USA, Ole Petersen, Cardiff, UK, Miklós Sahin-Tóth, Boston, USA Organizers: Péter Hegyi (Chair of the Hungarian Pancreatic Study Group), Andrea Szentesi (Director of the Hungarian and International Registries), Tímea Molnár (Operative Data and Clinical Research Group Leader) Dalma Dobszai (Patients Club and PR Group Leader)
FRIDAY 24 November 13:00 – 17:00
Training for Registry and Clinical Research Administrators (in Hungarian)
14:00 – 17:00
Meeting with Patients Suffering from Pancreatic Diseases Patients’ Club (in Hungarian)
SATURDAY 25 November 08:20 – 08:30
Opening of the 6th Conference of the Hungarian and 4th Conference of the Eastern and Central European Pancreatic Study Groups Péter Hegyi
08:30 – 10:00
New Trends and Possibilities in Pancreatic Research Chair: TBD
08:30 – 09:00
Péter Hegyi, Pécs, HUNGARY Translational Medicine: turning basic discoveries to patients benefits.
09:00 – 09:30
Ole Petersen, Cardiff, UK New potential therapies for Acute Pancreatitis based on pathophysiological evidence
09:30 – 10:00
Miklós Sahin-Tóth, Boston, USA Modeling hereditary pancreatitis in the mouse Coffee break
10:20 – 11:20
Clinical Pancreatology Chair: TBD
10:20 – 10:45
Vinciane Rebours, Clichy, FRANCE Genetics and pancreatitis Németh Balázs (Szeged, Hungary) Pathogenic effect of the novel PRSS1 c.49C>A (p.P17T) mutation in a case of chronic pancreatitis. Hegyi Eszter, Pécs, Hungary Misfolding carboxypeptidase mutant induces chronic pancreatitis in mice
10:45 – 10:55 10:55 – 11:05
11:05 – 12:45
Importance of International Registries and Biobanks Chair: TBD
11:05 – 11:15
Andrea Szentesi (Pécs, Szeged, Hungary) Multidisciplinary approach in registries and clinical trials Tímea Molnár (Pécs, Hungary) The importance of data quality in the registries and clinical trials
11:15 – 11:25 11:25 – 11:50
Robert Moran Baltimore, USA The natural history of pancreatitis, a focus on major clinical outcomes.
11:50 – 12:50
Results of data analyses from the international AP registry (AB therapy, Ageing and comorbidity, BMI, Smoking and alcohol, Diabetes, Enteral feeding, Pain management, risk for pancreatic necrosis, pseudocyst) DETAILED PROGRAMME TO BE DEFINED
14:00 – 14:15
Introduction of Sponsors
14:00 – 14:05
Péter Hegyi (Pécs, Szeged, Hungary) Introduction of the Sponsors Péter Oláh Berlin Chemie Menarini (Gold Sponsor)
14:05 – 14:15 14:15 – 15:15
International experience PRESENTATIONS BY COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS TBD
15:15 – 15:45
Experience from the currently running registries
15:15 – 15:25
Szilárd Gódi (Pécs, Hungary) Acute Pancreatitis Registry Ákos Szücs (Budapest, Hungary) Chronic Pancreatitis Registry Gábor Lakatos (Budapest, Hungary) Pancreatic Cancer Registry
15:25 – 15:35 15:35 – 15:45 15:45 – 16:45
NEW Registries in Gastroenterology Chair: TBD
15:45 – 15:55
Áron Vincze (Pécs, Hungary) ERCP Registry Judit Bajor (Pécs, Hungary) Celiac Disease Registry Gabriella Pár (Pécs, Hungary) Registries in Hepatology Patrícia Sarlós (Pécs, Hungary) IBD Registry József Czimmer (Pécs, Hungary) IBS Registry Szilárd Gódi, Anita Illés (Pécs, Hungary) Achalasia Registry
Dance fitness group exercise (Please bring your sportswear!)
19:00 – 20:30 21:00
SUNDAY 26 November 09:00 – 11:00
Focus on Meta-analyses and Systematic Reviews Chairs: TBD
09:00 – 09:20
Robert Moran Baltimore, USA Basics of Systematic reviews and Meta-analyses Péter Varjú (Pécs, Hungary) PRISMA-P2015 – Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review Noémi Gede (Pécs, Hungary) Network meta-analyses Alexandra Mikó (Pécs, Hungary) How does diabetes mellitus influence the outcome of acute pancreatitis? – a meta-analysis Katalin Márta (Pécs, Hungary) Aging in Acute Pancreatitis – a meta-analysis Gabriella Fűr (Szeged, Hungary) The effect of serum triglyceride concentration on the outcome of acute pancreatitis: a meta-analysis Irina Cazacu (Craiova, Romania) Pancreatic Cancer and Pseudocysts – a meta-analysis Irina Cazacu (Craiova, Romania) Molecular Analysis of EUS-FNA Samples in Assessing Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer – a meta-analysis Dalma Dobszai (Pécs, Hungary) In patients with AP, does raised BMI increase severity and mortality? Ágnes Meczker (Pécs, Hungary) Drug-induced acute pancreatitis – a systematic review Lajos Szakó (Pécs, Hungary) Pseudocysts in acute pancreatitis – a meta-analysis
Zsolt Szakács (Pécs, Hungary) CONSORT2010 – Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials Balázs Kui (Szeged, Hungary) EASY observational clinical trial Andrea Párniczky (Budapest, Hungary) PINEAPPLE and APPLE observational clinical trial Barbara Bokor (Szeged, Hungary) Clinical significance of pathogenic CTRC mutations in childhood-onset pancreatitis (data analysis from APPLE study) Katalin Márta (Pécs, Hungary) GOULASH Randomized Controlled Trial
Alexandra Mikó (Pécs Hungary) GOULASH PLUS study TBD LIFESPAN study Levente Kucserik (Targu Mures, Romania) EMILY study Tamás Marjai (Budapest, Hungary) PEAR study Closing remarks and Future perspectives Péter Hegyi (Pécs, Szeged, Hungary)