BSG SpR/StR Education Weekend 2013
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 14:41
Location: Bristol Marriott Royal
Date: Friday 20th and Saturday 21st September 2013
Details: Education weekend for BSG Trainee Section members. Talk, dinner and entertainment on Friday evening followed by an educational programme on Saturday.
Capacity: 100 delegates.
Cost: £50 per trainee.
Members of the BSG Trainees Section will be notified by email when online booking is available. Places will be allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis.
- Draft Programme [ 100 kb ]
Free access: ESPGHAN/ESPID evidence-based guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis in children in Europe
Monday, 15 April 2013 13:27
UEG has a new, free online course (2 hours) to help implement the ESPGHAN guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis. The course is also linked to a project (TEEN-AGE, Tutorial European Electronic Network on Acute Gastroenteritis) set up to measure the effectiveness of the e-learning intervention in physicians from different European countries. You can access the materials here.
John Atherton presents highlights of UEG Week Berlin
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 07:47
Watch the movie now!
Taking place for the 21st time UEG Week is the largest and most prestigious GI meeting in Europe and has developed into a global congress. UEG Week attracts over 14,000 participants each year, from more than 124 countries, and numbers are steadily rising.
UEG Week is a premier venue for researchers from across the globe to present their latest research and features a two day postgraduate course which brings together top lecturers in their fields for a weekend of interactive learning.
Abstract submission is open until May 3, 2013.
Reducing the harm from alcohol
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 10:34
This one-day CPD-accredited conference on 9 December 2013 will examine the UK, European and global trends in consumption and harm from alcohol and the evidence for the effectiveness of policy at local, national and international levels. The day will draw on the differing experiences of the devolved nations and will examine the impact of developing local hospital policies for the management of alcohol problems and their outreach into the community. By attending the conference delegates will be better placed to understand what works in implementing effective change, developing local services, and critically evaluating the evidence and will be more effective advocates with policy makers, the public and the media. The conference is co-badged by the BSG and BASL. Further details are available on the RCP website.
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