Postgraduate Course

Session 2A: Quality in Colonoscopy: What You Need to Know in 2017

Measuring and Reporting Colonoscopy Performance

Sunday, October 15
8:00 AM - 8:20 AM
Location: Valencia Ballroom (Level 4)

Category: General Endoscopy

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Roland Valori

Consultant Gastroenterologist
Gloucestershire Hospitals
Gloucester, England, United Kingdom

Dr. Valori qualified as a doctor in 1976 at the Middlesex Hospital, London University, and completed various postgraduate qualifications including an MSc in Evidence-based Healthcare at Oxford University in 1999. He was National Clinical Director for Endoscopy in England from 2003 to 2013, and National Clinical Advisor to the English Bowel Cancer Screening Programme from 2006 to 2013. In 2009 he created a new Gastroenterology journal, Frontline Gastroenterology, published by BMJ Publishing. He was awarded 'NHS Change Leader of the Year' in the first National NHS Leadership Awards in 2009. In 2011 Dr. Valori was appointed Director for Clinical Service Accreditation in the Royal College of Physicians of London. He currently leads an alliance of medical and other health professional organisations developing a strategy for accreditation of all clinical services in healthcare in the UK. For 20 years Dr. Valori has had a major interest in endoscopy training, particularly the development of training the trainer methodology. He has delivered colonoscopy skills and training the trainer (TTT) courses in 10 countries and contributed to the development and evaluation of laparoscopic surgery TTT methodology. Dr. Valori currently has an interest in development and adoption of standardised key outcome measures for endoscopy, particularly post procedure cancer rates.

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