BSG Endolive 2015
12th & 13th March
The UK now delivers some of the highest quality endoscopy, endoscopy training and research in the world. On March 12 and 13, 2015 we will be hosting Endolive UK at the International Conference Centre in Birmingham. This live endoscopy event will brings together the best of UK endoscopy and will deliver a mixture of live case demonstrations and state of the art talks. Live endoscopy will come from London, Nottingham, Cardiff and Glasgow. Faculty will include the UK's leading endoscopists supported by leading international experts such as Doug Rex, Paul Fockens and Peter Siersema. The focus of the meeting will be on improving endoscopy practice and quality. We would encourage you to join us in this exciting new BSG venture showcasing the best of UK endoscopy. Please save the date.
- State of the art interactive scientific programme running over the course of two days.
- Live endoscopy procedures (via video link) from key location(s) within the UK.
- Meet the Experts sessions.
- World-class invited speakers.
- Nurse targeted sessions.
- Reduced registration rates for nurses and trainees.
Country: United Kingdom
Organizer: MCI UK
Joint RCP-BSG Medical Conference: GI endoscopy - looking down, looking up, looking forward
Thursday 4th December 2014
BSG members are encouraged to attend this one-day medical conference which will present state-of-the-art information on cutting-edge endoscopy procedures. The evidence-based and clinically-applicable programme will use video demonstrations of the latest procedures as well as cover contemporary issues in training, governance and research.
Includes 5 CPD credits
Young Investigators Meeting
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:05
April 17-19, 2015
House of European Gastroenterology
This course specialises on the fields of research, statistics and the writing of papers and intense and lively lectures and discussions are combined with interactive training sessions. Presentations by participants provide the ideal environment to share ideas and personal experiences.
Application is open until January 18, 2015
BSG Funding Opportunities for Educational Projects in Low Income Countries 2015
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 09:34
The BSG wishes to fund a number of educational projects to promote the practice of gastroenterology in the developing world and low income settings (e.g. sub-Saharan Africa). We hope to fund 3 - 5 projects. The maximum budget for each project should be no more than £10,000. The fund is NOT intended for equipment other than that which is required for training or is purely educational in its use. Funding will be available early 2015. Potential projects might include an educational or training course, or an educational meeting on the practice of gastroenterology and/or endoscopy. However other types of educational projects will also be considered. Matched or supplementary funding from other sources is encouraged.
- Dame Sheila Sherlock Travelling Fellowships in Hepatology
- Frontline Gastroenterology: Twitter Debate.
- First article published on BMJ Open Gastroenterology!
- BSG Educational Events - Guidance
- Free access: ESPGHAN/ESPID evidence-based guidelines for the management of acute gastroenteritis in children in Europe
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