Clinical

Glasgow Gastroenterology Club

Chairman: Professor PJ O'Dwyer, Consultant Surgeon, Western Infirmary, Glasgow

Treasurer: Dr Richard Park, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow

Honorary Secretary/Contact: Mr Angus Macdonald, Consultant Surgeon

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Leicester Gut Club

Chair: Dr S Shah

Meetings of the Leicester Gut Club occur bi-annually. Colleagues are invited to contact the Secretary of the Leicester Gut Club, Dr James Stewart, on 0116 2586480.

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Mersey Gastroenterology Group

Chair: Dr S Subramanian

Meetings of the MGG occur monthly. Colleagues are invited to contact the Secretary/Treasurer of the MGG, Dr Richard Evans

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Dates for Mersey Gastro Group – 2013

Please note change of day to Wednesday

16th January
20th February
20th March
17th April
17th July
18th September
16th October
20th Nov
11th Dec

Midland Gastroenterological Nurses Society

The MGNS is a thriving, well established regional group covering the Midlands area of the UK. We aim to advance nursing within the specialities of gastroenterology and endoscopy, as well as fostering friendship and networking amongst those with an interest in this area. To achieve this we hold biannual meetings, usually in June and November. These meetings are normally held simultaneously with those of our medical colleagues. A trade exhibition is held at lunchtime, as well as a well regarded poster session.

The MGNS also provides sponsorship for members wishing to undertake educational or training courses. Additionally we provide an opportunity for members to present for the first time in the safety of our “new speaker slot” available at every meeting.

Midland Gastroenterological Society

The Midland Gastroenterological Society (MGS) is a large specialist society spanning two Regional and Strategic Authorities, from Hereford in the south-west, through Birmingham to Nottingham and Derby in the north-east. Meetings are held twice a year in May and November, and original research and audit data are presented in oral plenary style and poster presentations. The society encompasses all Gastroenterological specialties including Gastroenterology, Gastroenterological Surgery, Radiology, Pathology, and the Midland Gastroenterological Nursing Society. We are keen for Specialist Trainees to join the society. Prizes are awarded for the best oral and poster presentations. The May meeting includes an invited National or International speaker. For the November meeting applications are invited for the MGS research prize presentation.

The MGS is closely affiliated with the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG). Along with the BSG, the MGS sponsor one of three Advanced International Endoscopy fellowships in Japan under the Directorship of Dr Takahisa Matsuda, National Cancer Centre, Tokyo. Consultant members of the Society are welcome to apply to the MGS for the fellowship. For trainees, the MGS sponsors small research grants of £1,000 and applications are welcome. Further information is attached to this web-page.

 

MGS Committee 2014-2015

 

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MGS Conference dates

 

Friday 14th November 2014 MGS Autumn Conference, Wolverhampton

Friday 8th May 2015 MGS Spring Conference, Shrewsbury

 

MGS Small Study Grants 2014

The MGS invites offers for a small study grant for 2014. The awards are open to both consultant and trainee members of the MGS who are undertaking research (but not necessarily in a research post). Each award will be for £1000. These awards are designed to assist the recipient in funding an integral part of the research (e.g. consumables, registration fees etc).

Applications should take the form of a description of the research study which is being undertaken. Details of the institution where the study will be carried out and the use to which the grant will be put should be included. Applications should be less than 1000 words in length.

 

MGS Newsletter #67

North West Thames Gut Club

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Honorary Treasurer: Vacant

 

Oxford Regional Gut Club

Chairman:
Anthony Mee
Royal Berkshire Hospital
London Road
Reading
RG1 5AN
Tel: 01189 877523
Fax: 01189 878736
Secretary:
Jonathan Marshall
Horton General Hospital
Oxford Road
Banbury
OX16 9AL
Tel: 01295 229728
Fax: 01869 347805
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Ridings Gut Club

The next meeting is Tuesday 6 March 2012 at Castle Hill Hospital, Hull

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