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Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Comittee material

In this section find material of previous Colorectal Cancer Screening Committee meetings


Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Committee Meeting – Europe 2017

The meeting was held on October 27, 2017, preceding UEG Week in Barcelona, Spain. Click on the presentation name to view and download the pdf.

a) Session Presentations

Session 2: Novel Use of Tests

Session 3: FIT

Session 4: Quality 

Session 5: Screening Program Updates 

b) Presentations from the Expert Working Groups

Expert Working Group: Surveillance after Colorectal Neoplasia 


Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Committee Meeting – Asia-Pacific 2017

The meeting was held on September 25, 2017, during APDW in Hong Kong. Click on the presentation name to view and download the pdf.

Session 1: New Technology I

Session 2: New Technology II  

Session 3: Original Research

Session 4: New Practices


Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Committee Meeting – Americas 2017

The meeting was held on May 5, 2017, during DDW 2017 in Chicago, USA. Click on the presentation name to view and download the pdf.

a) Session Presentations

Session 2: Long-term risk of colorectal cancer

Session 3: FIT testing

Session 4: Risk groups/Evaluating Risk

b) Presentations from the Expert Working Groups

  • EWG: Colonoscopy Screening Trials

Global Burden of Disease – Roque Saenz (Chile)

  • EWG: Right-Sided Lesions and Interval Cancers
  • EWG: FIT for Screening

Predictors of Timely Colonoscopy After a Positive Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) in the CONFIRM Study – Douglas Robertson (USA)

Success of Mailed FIT in the United States – Samir Gupta (USA)

Dutch roll out of FIT has led to an increase in cancer detection – Manon Spaander (The Netherlands)

Sample Stability 16S and metagenomics analysis in OC-Sensor sample bottles – Marcis Leja (Latvia)

FIT Resource Impact: The Calgary Experience – Robert Hilsden (Canada)

  • EWG: Surveillance after Colorectal Neoplasia

Surveillance after neoplasia removal – Rodrigo Jover (Spain) & Uri Ladabaum (USA)

Differences between guidelines for post-­polypectomy surveillance: is that justified? – David Lieberman (USA)

Effect of adenoma surveillance on colorectal cancer incidence: a multicentre cohort study – Wendy Atkin (UK)

FORTE: Five or Ten Year Colonoscopy for 1-­2 Non-­Advanced Adenomas – Robert Schoen (USA)

  • EWG: Image Enhanced Endoscopy (IEE)

Summary Report – Heiko Pohl (USA) & David Hewett (Australia)

  • EWG: WEO Coalition to Reduce Inequities in CRC Screening

Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening Comittee Meeting – Europe 2016

The meeting was held on October 14, 2016, preceding UEG Week in Vienna, Austria. Click on the presentation name to view and download the PDF.

a) Session presentations

Session 2: New techniques

Session 3: Population – risk groups

Session 4: Screening programs and guidelines

Session 5: Smart use of FIT

b) Presentations from the Expert Working Groups

  • EWG: WEO Coalition to Reduce Inequities in CRC Screening

Worldwide socioeconomic screening participation differences: an update on the latest participation rates – Clasine De Klerk & Iris Lansdorp-Vogelaar (Netherlands)

Inequalities in population-based CRC screening – challenges and solutions – Stephen Halloran (UK)

The English experience of attempts to increase uptake to Flexible Sigmoidoscopy – Christian von Wagner & Leslie McGregor (UK)

The Italian experience of monitoring the impact of socioeconomic inequalities and of barriers related to ethnicity on access to CRC screening – Carlo Senore (Italy)

  • EWG: FIT for Screening

Blood-based biomarkers in triaging of subjects who are screened FIT positive with a result between 100 – 200 ng/mL – Hans Jørgen Nielsen (Denmark)

FIT positivity is highest in people who participate in the first week after receiving the kit – Erin Symonds (Australia)

The potential use of faecal haemoglobin concentration values of subjects with negative FIT to predict risk of neoplasia at subsequent rounds – Carlo Senore (Italy)

  • EWG: Right-Sided Lesions and Interval Cancer

Monitoring Postcolonoscopy CRC in Sweden: The Lessons Learned – Anna Forsberg (Sweden)

How to calculate interval CRC / PCCRC rate? Integrating epidemiological and clinical perspectives – Ulrike Haug (Germany)

  • EWG: Image Enhanced Endoscopy (IEE)

Cost-effectiveness of optical diagnosis in a FIT screening program – Jasper Vleugels (Netherlands)

Simplifying Resect & Discard – Results of post-hoc analysis – Heiko Pohl (Germany)