Scientific Program

Vista Hall I
07:30-08:30 Registration
08:30-09:00 Opening
09:00-10:30 ASSR/ASPOA
Symposium 1
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 ASSR/ASPOA
Free Paper 1
12:30-13:30 Luncheon
13:30-14:40 ASSR/ASPOA
Symposium 2
14:40-15:20 Coffee Break
15:20-16:40 ASSR/ASPOA
Symposium 3
18:00-20:10 Gala Dinner
(Venue : Theater)

Vista Hall I
07:30-08:30 Registration
08:30-10:00 ASSR/ASPOA
Free Paper 2
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-11:30 ASSR/ASPOA
Symposium 4
11:30-12:00 ASSR/ASPOA
Closing Ceremony
12:30-12:40 KSCP Opening
12:40-13:10 KSCP General Meeting
13:10-14:00 Luncheon Symposium
14:00-14:30 KSCP Presidential Address
14:30-15:30 KSCP 50th Golden Anniversary Symposium 1
15:30-16:40 KSCP 50th Golden Anniversary Symposium 2
16:40-17:40 KSCP 50th Golden Anniversary Symposium 3
18:00-20:00 Gala Dinner of The 50th Golden Anniversary
(Venue : Theater)

Time Theme and Topic Name Affiliation
08:30-08:50 ASSR/ASPOA Opening Ceremony
08:50~10:30 ASSR/ASPOA Symposium 1. What Should Be Done for Stoma Care: From Beginning to End? Moderator:
Kwang Ho KIM (Korea)
Yun Jin LEE (Korea)
AS1-1 Impact of preoperative stoma site marking on health related quality of life Yun Jin LEE Yonsei University Health System, Korea
AS1-2 Treatment and prevention of a stomal prolapse Koutarou MAEDA Fujita Health Univ. Hospital, Japan
AS1-3 Practical approach to the management of a patient with a high output stoma Jae Kyun JU Chonnam National Univ., Korea
AS1-4 Challenge of integrating stoma self-management and sharing the care with caregivers into the usual healthcare system Hayang Ja KIM Yeungnam University Medical Center, Korea
AS1-5 Patient counseling before and after stoma creation: social support Egawa AKIKO Jikei Univ. Daisan Hospital, Japan
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
13:30~15:00  ASSR/ASPOA Symposium 2. Back to Basics for Best Practice: Prevention Strategies for Surgical Site Infection Related Stoma Surgery   Moderator:
Suk-Hwan LEE (Korea)
Ja Hae Chun (Korea)
AS2-1 Perioperative nutritional support and its effect on surgical site infections in colorectal surgery patients Jui-Ping LIN Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan
AS2-2 Up-to-date advanced wound materials for use as surgical wound dressings Eun Jin HAN Severance Hospital, Korea
AS2-3 Managing a surgical site infection - continuing problems Seung-Hyun LEE Kosin Univ., Korea
AS2-4 The effectiveness of managing surgical site infection with Negative wound therapy Miki MASADA Mitoyo Hospital, Japan
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~17:00  ASSR/ASPOA Symposium 3. Bridging the Gap: High Value Transitional Care Moderator:
Seung-Kook SOHN (Korea)
Joo Hee PARK (Korea)
AS3-1 Consideration of urinary diversion: ileal conduit to a neobladder Dong Hyun LEE Department of Urology, Ewha Womans Univ., Korea
AS3-2 Postoperative complications and a health related quality of life in patients with urostomies Yong Eun HONG National Cancer Center, Korea
AS3-3 Stoma rehabilitation: sexuality Mariam MOHD NASIR Malaya Medical Center, Malaysia
AS3-4 Current status of the prevention and treatment of stoma complications Sun Young NAM Ewha Womans University Mokdong Hospital, Korea

Time Theme and Topic Name Affiliation
10:30~11:30 ASSR/ASPOA Symposium 4. Addressing Issues Impacting Advanced Wound Care Moderator:
Won Cheol PARK (Korea)
Kyung Hee PARK (Korea)
AS4-1 Skin tear and blister management in patients with surgical wounds Chew Khong YIK Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
AS4-2 Prevention and treatment of moisture‐associated skin damage (maceration) in the periwound and the peristomal wound Ji Hyeon HWANG Asan Medical Center, Korea
AS4-3 Current evidence and considerations for supporting fistula care in surgical patients Eun Ae WON Gangnam Severance Hospital, Korea
11:30~11:40 ASSR/ASPOA Closing Ceremony

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