BSG/MSD Bursaries for Travel to UEGW 2014
Thursday, 12 June 2014 13:56
The BSG Education Committee invites BSG members (including scientists, trainees and consultants in the first 5 years of their career in any area of gastroenterology) to apply for 10 travel bursaries. Each bursary of up to £800 is funded by MSD and is intended to reimburse the costs of registration, travel and/or accommodation for attendance at UEGW 22 in Vienna, Austria, 18-22 October 2014, but no other costs.
The BSG is solely responsible for all aspects of administering the BSG/MSD Travel Bursary Scheme, including Education Committee assessment of applications and selection of recipients. Additional criteria: presentation of research paper (oral or poster at UEGW) and/or specific purpose of attending UEGW ie workshop or clinical presentation which is not supported by other funding.
The names of successful applicants will be supplied by the BSG to MSD upon selection. Recipients will be invited by MSD to an awards dinner during UEGW. Recipients must provide feedback on the bursary scheme after the conference. MSD confirms that the funding is not conditional on, or provided in the expectation of, the prescription, supply, administration or recommendation of any MSD product.
- Application form [34 kb ]
UEG Practice Course on EBM
Thursday, 10 July 2014 11:21
This course takes place on the occasion of UEG Week Vienna and is designed for junior and senior physicians alike, providing lectures, break-out group working and reporting and guided discussions. The UEG Practice Course helps intensify the flow of knowledge from research to practice.
Deadline for applications is July 27.
First article published on BMJ Open Gastroenterology!
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 09:09
BSG member Prof Peter Whorwell is senior author on the first article to be published by BMJ Open Gastroenterology, the third journal to join the BSG's co-owned publications and the first to be fully open access. The article, entitled "Faecal incontinence—the hidden scourge of irritable bowel syndrome: a cross-sectional study" is available by accessing the journal's website.
Applications for MSD "IBD Academy” 2014
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 08:37
This scheme allows trainees with a particular interest in IBD to undergo training in important non-clinical skills at a weekend course (November 15th - 16th 2014, in London), with subsequent full sponsorship to attend the 10th annual ECCO Congress in Barcelona in 2015. Closing date for applications is July 18th.
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