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The abdominal mass - A Surgical, Radiation and Oncology perspective
Holmesglen Private Hospital invites General Practitioners and Healthcare Professionals to attend this live, online and interactive meeting presented by Dr Shih-Ern Yao, Dr Bardia Bayat and A/Prof Sasha Senthi.

Activity ID 304746

Education focusing on assessment, investigation & management of an abdominal mass & the associated complications, as presented in primary health patients. This activity aims to assist GP's in the management pathways for their patients & provide pathways for referral.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Identify & discuss the surgical treatment of a gynaecological abdominal mass, evidence based investigations and surgical outcomes.
2. Explain the patient treatment pathways & intervention options following an ovarian cancer or malignancy diagnosis & their effect on the patient.
3. Identify & discuss abdominal mass treatment options, the use of advanced radiotherapy technology for abdominal malignancies/metastases & how it’s opening up treatment options for patients.

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Oct 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dr Shih-Ern Yao
Gynae – Oncologist @Holmesglen Private Hospital
Dr Shih-Ern Yao is a gynaecological oncology surgeon specialising in the management, treatment and prevention of gynaecological cancers. Dr Yao undertook intensive surgical training in gynaecological oncology units in Melbourne, Brisbane and London, completing clinical surgical fellowships with the Queensland Centre for Gynaecologic Cancer and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust. He has published and presented his research in journals and at conferences at both national and international levels and completed a Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care through Flinders University in 2017. His gained Certification in the Subspecialty of Gynaecological Oncology in 2020 and now holds a consultant post with Monash Health where he provides ongoing recruitment and advisory roles to their research.
Dr Bardia Bayat
Medical Oncologist @Holmesglen Private Hospital
Dr Bardia Bayat graduated with an M.D. degree in 2003. He completed his specialist training in Medical Oncology in Victoria and has had experience at several oncology units including St Vincent Hospital, Olivia Newton John Cancer and research Institute at the Austin Hospital and Eastern Health. Bardia is currently a consultant oncologist at Eastern Health, Holmesglen and Knox Private hospitals. He is a Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Physician (FRACP) and a member of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) and Medical Oncology Group of Australia (MOGA). He published multiple scientific papers in international medical journals, and he has major interest in clinical research.
A/Prof Sasha Senthi
Stereotactic Radiation Oncologist @Holmesglen Private Hospital
A/Prof Sasha Senthi is a leading radiation oncologist with practices across Melbourne. He supports patients with the latest radiation therapy techniques, in particular, stereotactic radiation therapy, to personalise care and achieve the best possible outcome. He gives hope to his patients and prioritises their quality of life throughout their cancer journey. A/Prof Senthi attained his Bachelor of Human Biology (BHB) and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) at the University of Auckland and completed radiation oncology training at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He also holds a Master of Public Health from Harvard University. A/Prof Senthi treats a broad range of malignancies with a special interest in brain cancer, spinal (CNS) cancers, oligometastatic (stage IV) cancer, lung cancer and skin cancers, including melanoma. He is recognised expert in the most advanced radiation therapy techniques, in particular stereotactic radiation therapy.