2015 PG Course: Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery (n=203)

40.3% (n=29) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of symptomatic parastomal hernias in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 50% (n=36) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for management of symptomatic parastomal hernias among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 3.7/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

56.9% (n=41) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of rectal prolapse in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 31.9% (n=23) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for management of rectal prolapse among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 3.3/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

58.3% (n=42) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of rectal cancer with a complete clinical response in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 33.3% (n=24) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for management of rectal cancer with a complete clinical response among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 3.6/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

19.4% (n=14) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no colorectal cases using laparoscopy, HALS, single port surgery or robotic techniques in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 26.4% (n=19) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for laparoscopy, HALS, single port surgery or robotic techniques among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 3.8/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

11% (n=8) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no colorectal anastomoses made in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 32.9% (n=24) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for performing colorectal anastomoses among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 4.3/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

13.9% (n=10) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of colorectal emergencies in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 52.8% (n=38) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for management of colorectal emergencies among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 4.3/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

57.5% (n=42) of attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course reported no management of questionably-viable colorectal anastomoses in the preceding 3 months of practice, and another 39.7 (n=29) reported 1-3 patients. Average comfort level for management of questionably-viable colorectal anastomoses among attendees of the Current Common Dilemmas in Colorectal Surgery PG Course was 3.9/5 at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

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