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.
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