All of my presentations to date are listed below in date order:

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

Oral Presentations

International

  1. Smith JJ, Davies AH, Greenhalgh RM.  Do we know if duplex should be used for varicose vein surgery?  20th International Charing Cross Symposium: Indications in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery.  London, April 1998
  2. M Guest, JJ Smith, L Fligelstone, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  Subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery in patients with venous leg ulcers.  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, Feb. 1999.
  3. M Guest, JJ Smith, A Williams, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  A New Questionnaire to measure Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with venous ulcers.  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, Feb 1999.
  4. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Quality of life and patient satisfaction after varicose vein surgery.  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, Feb 1999.
  5. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. Is ‘day-case’ surgery really better for varicose vein patients?  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, Feb 1999.
  6. Smith JJ, Davies AH, Greenhalgh RM.  Does colour duplex improve the durability of varicose vein surgery?  21st International Charing Cross Symposium, London, April 1999.
  7. Guest M, Smith JJ, Davies AH.  Subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery in venous ulceration. American Venous Forum, Phoenix USA, Feb 2000.
  8. Dodds S, Smith JJ. Training the future vascular surgeon.  In: Greenhalgh RM, Powel JT, Mitchell A.  Vascular and Endovascular Opportunities. London 2000.
  9. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Is day case varicose vein surgery really better? European Venous Forum, Paris France June 2000.
  10. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies ah.  Colour duplex does not improve the outcome of primary varicose vein surgery.  European Society for Vascular Surgery September 2000.
  11. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Is day-case surgery really better for varicose vein patients? American Venous Forum, Florida USA Feb 2001.
  12. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Colour duplex does not improve the outcome of primary varicose vein surgery.  American Venous Forum, Florida USA Feb 2001.
  13. Smith JJ, Burke C, Franklin IJ, Adams M, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal cancer resection should not be denied to the elderly patient.  European Conference on Cancer Strategies & Outcomes.  Edinburgh March 2001.
  14. Smith JJ, Burke C, Franklin IJ, Dawson PM.  Denying colorectal cancer surgery to the elderly?  European School of Oncology.  London March 2001.
  15. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Burke CC, Ramesh S, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal resection: are trainees good enough?  American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons, Chicago USA June 2002.
  16. Smith JJ.  Advanced Website Design.  Faculty of Medical Informatics. Edinburgh, Scotland Oct 2002.
  17. Tekkis PP, Smith JJ, Bonna R, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ.  Management and outcome of pouch-vaginal fistulas. American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons. Dallas, Texas USA 2004
  18. Das P, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Gabe S, Nicholls RJ. Quality of Life (QOL) Assessment in Patients with IBD Attending a Medical Gastroenterological Clinic: Results of a New Questionnaire. European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP), Lisbon, September 2006.
  19. Smith JJ, Tilney HS, Lovegrove RE, Thompson MR, Tekkis PP. Social deprivation is an independent predictor of non-restorative rectal cancer surgery. ASCRS, St Louis, MO, USA. June 2007
  20. Cornish J, Tan E, Tekkis PP, Thompson M, Tilney H, Smith JJ. The National Bowel Cancer Audit Project: The Impact of Organizational Structure on Outcome in Operative Bowel Cancer within the United Kingdom. ASCRS, Boston, USA, June 2008
  21. Sugden C, Sleight S, Adams K, Cornish J Thompson M, Tekkis PP, Smith JJ. National Bowel cancer Audit Programme: stenting in bowel cancer; results and outcomes from the audit. ESCP, Nantes, France, September 2008
  22. K.J. Adams, S. Sleight, D. Balmforth, T. Hookway, K. Subramanian, C. Michell, S. Pace-Balzan, J.J. Smith. CONSORT criteria applied to recent surgical randomised controlled trials – have we improved reporting over time? Clinical Trials Update – European Society of Coloproctology, Prague 2009
  23. van de Velde C, van Gijn, Valenti V, Eddes E, Wibe A, Pahlman L, Pennickx F, Smith JJ. Quality Assurance through outcome registration in colorectal cancer: An ECCO initiative for Europe. Berlin 2009

National

  1. Smith JJ, Whiteley MS, Galland RB.  Medial Plantar Nerve Injury Post SEPS Procedure.  The Royal Society of Medicine (Clinical Section).  March 1996.
  2. Whiteley MS, Smith JJ, Galland RB.  SEPS - Current practice amongst British surgeons. The Royal Society of Medicine, Venous Forum.  October 1996
  3. Smith JJ, Higman DJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Has the role of duplex been defined in varicose vein assessment?  The Royal Society of Medicine, Venous Forum.  October 1996
  4. Smith JJ, Toogood GT, Galland RB.  Reconstruction for Lower Limb Occlusive Disease in the Elderly.  The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland.  April 1997
  5. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  The Royal Society of Medicine, Venous Forum.  Varicose vein surgery - is it worthwhile?  November 1997.
  6. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  The Royal Society of Medicine, Norman Tanner Prize Session.  Varicose vein surgery: impact on health related quality of life.  November 1997.
  7. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  The Surgical Research Society.  Varicose vein surgery - is it worthwhile?  January 1998.
  8. Guest MG, Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. The Surgical Research Society.  Quality of life in patients with venous ulcers. July 1988
  9. Guest MG, Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. The Surgical Research Society.  Which patients are suitable for SEPS?  July 1988.
  10. Guest MG, Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  The Venous Forum of The Royal Society of Medicine.  Quality of life in patients with venous ulcers.  October 1998
  11. M Guest, JJ Smith, A Williams, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  A new questionnaire to measure quality of life in venous ulcer patients.  The Royal Society of Medicine, Venous Forum (prize session), Dec 1998.
  12. M Guest, JJ Smith, L Fligelstone, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  The potential for subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery in patients with venous leg ulcers.  Surrey Vascular Group, Guildford, Feb. 1999.
  13. M Guest, JJ Smith, A Williams, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  A New Questionnaire to measure Health Related Quality of Life in Patients with venous ulcers. Surrey Vascular Group, Guildford, Feb 1999.
  14. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Quality of life and patient satisfaction after varicose vein surgery.  Surrey Vascular Group, Guildford, Feb 1999.
  15. Smith JJ, Davies AH.  Is ‘day-case’ surgery really better for varicose vein surgery? Surrey Vascular Group, Guildford, Feb 1999.
  16. M Guest, JJ Smith, L Fligelstone, RM Greenhalgh, AH Davies.  Venous Ulceration: Suitability for SEPS?  The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. April 1999.
  17. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. Does colour duplex improve the accuracy of primary varicose vein surgery? The Surgical Research Society/Association of Surgeons.  May 2000.
  18. Robinson KV, Smith JJ, Franklin IJ, Dawson PM.  The rhomboid flap technique for pilonidal sinus surgery. Brigadier Haywood prize session for medical students, The Royal Society of Medicine.  Feb 2001.
  19. Herbert P, Smith JJ, Joshi P, Dawson PM.  Desmoid Tumour Involving the Mesentery of an Ileo-anal Pouch in a Patient with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Clinical Section of Surgery, The Royal Society of Medicine. October 2001
  20. Ijaz S, Smith JJ, Burke C, Dawson P.  Major colorectal cancer resection should not be denied to the elderly patient. The absence of adjuvant therapy does not affect prognosis.  British Association of Surgical Oncology Glasgow. November 2001
  21. Smith JJ, Ijaz S, Burke C, Dawson P.  Major colorectal cancer surgery: Are trainees good enough?  British Association of Surgical Oncology Glasgow. November 2001
  22. Smith JJ, Brown L, Greenhalgh RM Davies AH.  Pre-operative colour duplex marking does not improve the outcome of varicose vein surgery.  Norman Tanner Prize Session, The Royal Society of Medicine.  November 2001. Prize Awarded
  23. Smith JJ, Burke CC, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal cancer surgery should not be denied to the elderly: The absence of adjuvant therapy does not affect prognosis.  Norman Tanner Prize Session, The Royal Society of Medicine.  November 2001.
  24. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Burke C, Ramesh S, Dawson P.  Early feeding post major colonic surgery: Why we should all be doing it Association of Surgeons of GB & I. Dublin, Ireland May 2002.
  25. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Dawson PM.  Major colonic resection: are trainees good enough.  Association of Surgeons of GB & I. Dublin, Ireland May 2002.
  26. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Dawson PM.  Major colonic resection: are trainees good enough.  Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Manchester July 2002.
  27. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ:  Indefinite diversion or pouch excision in ileal pouch failure patients.  Association of Surgeons of GB & I. Harrogate 2004.
  28. Tekkis PP, Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ.  Long-term results of salvage surgery following restorative proctocolectomy. Association of Surgeons of GB & I. Harrogate 2004.
  29. Tekkis PP, Smith JJ, Bonna R, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ.  Management and outcome of pouch-vaginal fistulas. Association of Surgeons of GB & I. Harrogate 2004.
  30. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD.  Social deprivation and outcome in colorectal cancer.  Association of Surgeons of GB & I. (6 of the best) Harrogate 2004.
  31. Tekkis PP, Smith JJ, Bonna R, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ.  Management and outcome of pouch-vaginal fistulas. Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004
  32. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Tekkis PP, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD.  Lymph node harvesting in patients with colorectal cancer: Predicting the right number – The ACPGBI Lymph Node Harvest Model. Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  33. Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Tekkis PP, Finan P, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD.  Comparison of circumferential margin involvement between restorative and non restorative resections for rectal cancer.  Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  34. Purkayastha S, Tekkis PP, Darzi AW, Radford AR, Smith JJ, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD. Evaluation of colonoscopy for colorectal cancer: a prospective multicentre study. ASGBI May 2005.
  35. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Athanasiou T, Darzi AW, McArdle CS, Steele RJ, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD. Prediction of operative mortality for individual operative procedures in colorectal cancer surgery – a multifactorial analysis on 42269 patients. Tripartite ACPGBI Meeting – Dublin Ireland July 2005
  36. Morgan A, Dawson PM, Smith JJ. Histological Examination of Circular Stapled ‘Doughnuts’:  Questionable Routine Practice. ASiT, Edinburgh March 2006
  37. Ujam C, Sandhu S, Smin S, Thorpe A, Smith JJ. Is pathological examination of the appendix necessary? ASGBI, Edinburgh May 2006
  38. Morgan A, Dawson PM, Smith JJ. Histological Examination of Circular Stapled ‘Doughnuts’: Questionable Routine Practice. ASGBI, Edinburgh May 2006
  39. H S Tilney, P P Tekkis, R E Lovegrove, J J Smith,M R Thompson, J D Stamatakis & A G Heriot on behalfof the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland. A Predictive Model for the Length of Postoperative Stay Following Colorectal Cancer Surgery. ACPGBI July 2006
  40. Das P, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Gabe S, Clark SK, Nicholls RJ. The effect of disease on socio-economic factors among patients on long term follow up for extensive ulcerative colitis (UC). ACPGBI, Glasgow, July 2007
  41. Cornish J, Tekkis PP, Tan E, Tilney H, Thompson M, Smith JJ. The national bowel cancer audit project: the impact of organisational structure in operative bowel cancer within the United Kingdom. ACPGBI, Birmingham 2008
  42. Cornish, J, Tilney H, Tan E, Thompson M, Northover J, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP. The national bowel cancer audit project – what do trusts think of the national bowel cancer project and how can it be improved? ACPGBI, Birmingham 2008
  43. K.J. Adams, S. Sleight, D. Balmforth, T. Hookway, K. Subramanian, C. Michell, S. Pace-Balzan, J.J. Smith. CONSORT criteria applied to recent surgical randomised controlled trials – have we improved reporting over time? ASGBI, Glasgow May 2009
  44. Wilson J, Griffiths E, Nehemiah S, Babu E, Smith JJ, Kelly C. A novel scoring system for risk prediction in patients with acute lower gastrointestinal haemorrhage. ACPGBI, Harrogate June 2009

 

Regional

  1. Blunt Thoracic Trauma.  Annual combined trauma meeting, Chiltern Postgraduate Centre, July 1994
  2. A case of rare primary bladder lymphoma.  Clinico-Pathological Conference, Chiltern Postgraduate Centre, Feb. 1995
  3. The concepts of ATLS and the Primary Survey.  Surgical Academic Conference, Chiltern Postgraduate Centre, Mar 95
  4. Pelvic Bleeding.  Postgraduate Surgical Meeting, Barnet General Hospital.  Oct. 98
  5. The development of a digital photography lab.  Postgraduate Surgical Meeting, Barnet General Hospital, Dec 1998.
  6. Preparing patients for surgery. West Middlesex Postgraduate centre - Induction course.  Feb 2001.
  7. All you need to know about vascular surgery.  West Middlesex Postgraduate centre – Regional Update.  March 2001.
  8. Das P, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Gabe S, Nicholls RJ. Development, validation and testing of a new social quality of life measure for patients with inflammatory bowel disease. South East chapter meeting, ACPGBI, October 2006.
  9. Das P, Smith JJ, Lyons AP, Tekkis PP, Nicholls RJ. Assessment of the Incidence of Dysplasia/Cancer in Indefinitely Diverted Ileal-anal Pouch and Development of Definitive Follow-up Protocol. South East chapter meeting, ACPGBI, October 2006.

Poster Presentations

International

  1. Smith JJ, Garratt Am, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Patient satisfaction questionnaire: for varicose vein surgery.  3rd European Forum on Quality in Health Care.  Vienna, Austria, April 1998
  2. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Quality of life and patient satisfaction after varicose vein surgery.  European Society of Surgery.  London, December 1998.
  3. Smith JJ, Garratt AM, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Quality of life and patient satisfaction after varicose vein surgery.  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, USA, Feb 1999.
  4. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. Does colour duplex improve the accuracy of primary varicose vein surgery?  American Venous Forum, Dana Point, California, USA, Feb 1999.
  5. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH. Does colour duplex improve the accuracy of primary varicose vein surgery?  Society for Vascular Surgery, Toronto, Canada July 2000.
  6. Smith JJ, Greenhalgh RM, Davies AH.  Colour duplex does not improve the outcome of primary varicose vein surgery.  American Venous Forum, Florida USA Feb 2001.
  7. Smith JJ, Burke CC, Dawson PM.  The Rhomboid flap technique for pilonidal sinus surgery. American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons. Chicago, USA June 2002.
  8. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Burke CC, Ramesh S, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal resection: are trainees good enough?  American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons, Chicago USA June 2002.
  9. Davies S, Smith JJ, Dawson PM.  Ileoanal Pouch (IAP) Formation in a District General Hospital.  European Association of Coloproctology, Barcelona Sept 2003.
  10. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Burke C, Dawson PM.  Recurrence of Colorectal Cancer – Prognostic Factors & Training. European Association of Coloproctology, Barcelona Sept 2003.
  11. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Northover JMA.  Retrorectal Tumours: Tertiary unit experience and management. American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons. Dallas, Texas, USA 2004
  12. Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Tekkis PP, Montgomery A, Thompson MR, Cohen R, Steele R, Stamatakis JD.  Prediction of postoperative mortality in elderly patients with colorectal cancer. American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons. Dallas, Texas, USA 2004
  13. Purkayastha S, Tekkis PP, Darzi AW, Radford AR, Smith JJ, Thompson MR, Stamatakis JD. Evaluation of colonoscopy for colorectal cancer: a prospective multicentre study. Tripartite ACPGBI Meeting – Dublin Ireland July 2005
  14. Dawson C, Crosbie J, Ramesh S, Smith JJ. Accurate And Safe Follow Up Of Patients With Bowel Cancer Is Possible With A Diary System Led By The Colorectal Nurse Specialist. ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  15. Crosbie J, Dawson C, Ramesh S, Smith JJ. Two-Week Wait Referrals For Bowel Cancer, Current Referral Patterns And Prediction.. ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  16. Ujam C, Dawson P, Smith JJ.Is Pathological Examination Of The Appendix Necessary? ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  17. Morgan A, Dawson P, Smith JJ. Histological Examination of Circular Stapled ‘Doughnuts’: Questionable Routine Practice ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  18. Morsey H, Smith JJ. The impact of Clostridium difficile infection on surgical patients in district general hospital. ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  19. Morsey H, Smith JJ. Comparison of preoperative MRI and histology examination of mesorectum in patients with rectal cancer. ESCP, Lisbon 2006
  20. Das P, Smith JJ, Lyons AP, Tekkis PP, Nicholls RJ. Assessment of the Incidence of Dysplasia/Cancer in Indefinitely Diverted (ID) Ileal-anal Pouch and Development of Definitive Follow-up Protocol. European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP), Lisbon, September 2006.
  21. Das P, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Gabe S, Nicholls RJ. Effect of Long-term Ulcerative Colitis on Socio-economic Aspects of Patients. European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP), Lisbon, September 2006.
  22. Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Smith O, Das P, Smith JJ, Windsor ACJ, Nicholls RJ. Long-term outcomes of restorative proctocolectomy for Crohn’s disease and indeterminate colitis. European Association of Coloproctology (EACP) and European Council of Coloproctology (ECCP), Geneva, September 2004.
  23. Kamourieh S, Hinton J, Barnass S, Kyi M, Smith JJ. Introduction of restricted antibiotic policies in a district general hospital and the effect on the incidence of Clostridium difficile. ESCP, Nantes, France September 2008
  24. Cornish J, Tekkis PP, Tan E, Tilney H, Thompson M, Smith JJ. The national bowel cancer audit project: the impact of organisational structure in operative bowel cancer within the United Kingdom. ESCP, Nantes, France September 2008
  25. C. Iachino, Y. Guerrero, J. Smith, F. Sias. Hemorroidopexia with Hemor-Pex-System. Results of the first 1000 cases. ESCP, Prague, Sept 2009

 

National

  1. Robinson KV, Smith JJ, Franklin IJ, Dawson PM.  The rhomboid flap technique for pilonidal sinus surgery. Brigadier Haywood prize session for medical students, The Royal Society of Medicine.  Feb 2001.
  2. Smith JJ, Burke C, Franklin IJ, Adams M, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal cancer resection should not be denied to the elderly patient.  Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland.  Birmingham April 2001.
  3. Ijaz S, Smith JJ, Burke C, Dawson P.  Major colorectal cancer resection should not be denied to the elderly patient. The absence of adjuvant therapy does not affect prognosis. British Association of Surgical Oncology.  November 2001
  4. Smith JJ, Ijaz S, Burke C, Dawson P.  Major colorectal cancer surgery: Are trainees good enough?  British Association of Surgical Oncology.  November 2001.
  5. Smith JJ, Mathur P, Burke CC, Ramesh S, Dawson PM.  Major colorectal resection: are trainees good enough?  American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons, Chicago USA June 2002.
  6. Burke CC, Smith JJ, Mathur P, Dawson PM.  The colorectal nurse specialist: rectal bleeding and the two week rule. Association of Coloproctologist of GB & I.  Manchester July 2001.
  7. Burke CC, Smith JJ, Mathur P, Dawson PM.  The colorectal nurse specialist: implications for specialist registrar training. Association of Coloproctologist of GB & I.  Manchester July 2001.
  8. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ:  Indefinite diversion or pouch excision in ileal pouch failure patients.  Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004
  9. Tekkis PP, Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Nicholls RJ.  Long-term results of salvage surgery following restorative proctocolectomy. Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  10. Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Tekkis PP, Nicholls RJ.  Functional outcome and quality of life after restorative proctocolectomy.  Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  11. Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Heriot AG, Northover JMA.  Retrorectal Tumours: Tertiary unit experience and management. Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  12. Smith JJ, Heriot AG, Tekkis PP, Montgomery A, Thompson MR, Cohen R, Steele R, Stamatakis JD.  Prediction of postoperative mortality in elderly patients with colorectal cancer. Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  13. Smith JJ, Burke C, Dawson PM.  Recurrence of colorectal cancer – prognostic factors & training.  Association of Coloproctologists of GB & I. Birmingham 2004.
  14. Ujam C, Sandhu S, Smin S, Thorpe A, Smith JJ. Is pathological examination of the appendix necessary? ASiT, Edinburgh March 2006
  15. Evans MD, Smith JJ, Stamatakis JD. Number of specimen lymph nodes examined after resection for bowel cancer is not affected by finding a metastatic node. SARS Cambridge Jan 2007
  16. Crabtree M. D., Sugden C.A., Smith J.J. Expanding the proportion of daycase cholecystectomies in a District General Hospital: meeting the challenge. SARS Cambridge Jan 2007
  17. Das P, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Gabe S, Clark SK, Nicholls RJ. Socio-economic factors before and after restorative proctocolectomy (RPC) for ulcerative colitis (UC).  ACPGBI, Glasgow, July 2007 (forthcoming).
  18. Das P, Smith JJ, Lyons AP, Tekkis PP, Clark SK, Nicholls RJ. Assessment of the Incidence of Dysplasia/Cancer in Indefinitely Diverted Ileal-anal Pouch After Failure of Restorative Proctocolectomy (RPC). ACPGBI, Glasgow, July 2007 (forthcoming).
  19. Das P, Gabe S, Smith JJ, Tekkis PP, Nicholls RJ. Development, Validation and Testing of a New Social Quality of Life Measure for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. British Society of Gastroenterology Meeting, Glasgow, March 2007.
  20. Arbuckle J, Crosbie J, Dawson C, Dawson P, Smith JJ. Major bowel resection in the elderly. ASGBI, Manchester, April 2007
  21. Kamourieh S, Adams K, Sleight S, Smith JJ. Surgical assessment units significantly reduce length of stay among acute surgical patients. SARS, Birmingham January 2008
  22. Crabtree M. D., Sugden C.A., Smith J.J. Achieving a High Daycase Cholecystectomy Rate. ASiT Birmingham March 2008
  23. Moola A, Virgin-Elliston T, Firth S, Newton L, Smith JJ. Improved stoma care provision outside of regular working hours will positively impact on patient care and will help to reduce length of stay of patients with a stoma. ACPGBI, Harrogate June 2009
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