BSG 2016 prize winners
Friday, 01 July 2016 12:09
Highest ranking abstract: OC-057, presented by Subrata Ghosh during the BSG Plenary.
Gut prize for best basic science oral communication: OC-031, presented by Stephen Atkinson during the Liver Free Papers session.
Frontline Gastroenterology prize for the best patient benefit in gastroenterology oral communication: OC-038, presented by Louise Chung during the Gastroenterology Service Free Papers session.
BMJ Open Gastroenterology prize for the best clinical science oral communication: OC-017, presented by Philip Dunne during the Gastroduodenal Free Papers session
The following BSG 2016 delegates won prizes for their research POSTERS:
|PTU-013||Endoscopy (Tuesday)||Diana Yung|
|PTH-015||Endoscopy (Thursday, shared)||Dai Samuel|
|PTH-041||Endoscopy (Thursday, shared)||Shraddha Gulati|
|PTU-051||IBD (Tuesday)||Chris Harrington|
|PWE-009||IBD (Wednesday)||Christian Selinger|
|PTH-052||IBD (Thursday)||Brihad Abhyankar|
|PTU-081||Liver (Tuesday)||James Wadkin|
|PWE-046||Liver (Wednesday)||Wei On|
|PTH-104||Liver (Thursday)||Mathis Heydtmann|
|PTU-152||Gastroduodenal & Oesophageal (Tuesday)||Kiran Altaf|
|PWE-076||Gastroduodenal (Wednesday)||Gideon Lipman|
|PWE-139||Gastroenterology service (Wednesday)||Matthew Edmondson|
|PTH-157||Gastroenterology service (Thursday)||Sohail Rahmany|
|PWE-117||Colon & Anorectum||Sabina Beg|
|PTH-129||Education & Training||Vinay Sehgal|
|PWE-155||Pancreas & Neuroendocrine||Jennifer Campbell|
|PWE-059||Small bowel||Nataniel Tan|
The following BSG 2016 delegates won prizes for their research ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:
|OC-043||Colon and Anorectum||Tanya Monaghan|
|OC-080||Inflammatory Bowel Disease||Tim Raine|
|OC-075||Pancreas and Neuroendocrine||James Rees|
|OC-026||Small Bowel and Nutrition||Imran Aziz|
Conference Report: Improving Outcomes for Gastrointestinal Cancer in the UK
Wednesday, 15 June 2016 08:21
On 7 December 2015, the British Society of Gastroenterology and the Royal College of Physicians held a joint conference: GI cancer in the UK: can we do better? The meeting was timely as, although outcomes for patients with most gastrointestinal cancers in the UK have steadily improved in the past 10 years, survival figures remain substantially worse than in many other comparable nations.
An extensive write up of the meeting, covering screening, early diagnosis, specific tumour sites and the interface between primary and secondary care were covered by leading UK experts.
This has been published in Frontline Gastroenterology and can be access through the link below.
International Podcasts Pertaining to Gastroenterology
Friday, 20 May 2016 14:47
The education team here at the BSG has recently recommenced updating the podcast resources page.
Regular visits will ensure that you do not miss anything.
St Mark’s Postgraduate Gastroenterology Course 2017
Thursday, 21 April 2016 10:20
26th June to 7th July 2017
On completion of the course participants will be able to:
- Identify novel evidence-based therapeutics and current treatment options for the management of common digestive disorder in different disease settings
- Manage acute emergencies in gastroenterology, hepatology and endoscopy
- Relate the roles of multidisciplinary team in the management of cancer, IBD, intestinal failure and functional gut disorders
For further information, view the working programme for Gastroenterology PGTT 2016 Programme. This is a provisional programme, and may be subject to change.
- PGDip/MSc in Gastroenterology
- Peter Cotton Advanced Endoscopy Travel Scholarships
- RCP e-learning module "Assessing Trainees in the Workplace"
- Funded Masters courses and CPD modules now available to support development of genomic technologies
- Joint meeting of the British and Chinese Societies of Gastroenterology – East meets West
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