This module is an essential guide for those working on colorectal outpatient clinics or considering speciality training in this area. The focus is on the clinical presentation, investigations and management of the disease.RCS membership entitles you to a 10% discount on this module. Find out if you’re eligible to join or transfer. 6 PG Cert Credits0.0 CPD Points: TBCYou will cover topics including:Colorectal cancerPrinciples of endoscopyPrinciples of GI anastomosisRelevant surgical anatomy for colonic resectionsTechnical information about creating a pneumoperitoneum for laparoscopic surgeryHaemorrhoids and perianal disease After completing this Coloproctology: Colorectal Cancer module, you will be able to :Describe the relevant basic scientific principles (including anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology and radiology) relating to specific colorectal conditions.Explain the clinical presentation and management of patients with specific colorectal conditions.Apply this knowledge in order to demonstrate an ability to assess and manage patients with specific colorectal conditions in an elective and emergency setting.Describe the operative surgical principles involved in endoscopy (rigid sigmoidoscopy), creation of a pneumoperitoneum, open/closing a midline laparotomy and gastrointestinal anastomosis.Demonstrate technical skills in performing these procedures with an appropriate level of supervision in their workplace.