Mediterranean Society of Coloproctology joint meeting report

The Mediterranean Society of Coloproctology (MSCP) has already accomplished its XII biennial Congress as a 4thJoint Meeting with the Mediterranean Society of PelvicFloor Disorders (MSPFD)–Shafik’s Foundation for Science and, for the first time, associated with the International Society of University Colon & Rectal Surgeons (ISUCRS), heldin Cairo, Egypt on March 2–3, 2023 in Grand Nile TowerHotel.
It is important to underline that the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to the delay of any MSCP meetings and to the loss of members as a result of unfortunate health issues or just distancing due to the loss of social contact. With the aim to palliate the pandemic confinement, frequent video and streaming platforms assisted our activity during this period, aiming to avoid the loss of knowledge in colorectal diseases between members, executive members and interested participants.
Nevertheless, virtual activities never bring the feeling of meeting people personally for intellectual exchanges.

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