Free-to-view webinar 'Constipation in children and young people: implementing the NICE quality standard'
Monday, 29 September 2014 12:25
MGP, the publisher of Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice has produced free-to-view webinars for healthcare professionals to help them keep up to date with best practice and maintain their guideline-related learning.
Constipation in children and young people: implementing the NICE quality standard
The webinar will be presented by Dr Hasan Chowhan and Lynne Watson on Wednesday 22nd October, 2 - 3pm and will:
- Discuss the NICE quality standard on constipation in children and young people
- Provide a GP perspective on implementing best practice
Biopharma Multimedia Ltd GastroHep.tv
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:35
GastroHep.tv is a peer-reviewed, independent, on-line, audio, video and blog educational channel designed to broadcast the latest in research and development, news, trending topics, current opinion, congress updates, expert interviews and debates, and other vital information to the global gastroenterology and hepatology community in an interactive format that will allow for high retention of important content. It was founded as an on-line news outlet by Biopharma Multimedia Ltd, publisher of the Annals of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (AGH) to fill the urgent need for rapid publication of video, audio and blog content.
GastroHep.tv is editorially independent of any commercial interests and is led by an editorial board of world-renowned gastroenterology and hepatology experts.
Wednesday, 29 February 2012 14:04
BSG Members Dr Deb Ghosh and Dr Deepak Kejariwal have developed gastrotraining.com, a free educational portal for gastroenterology professionals. The regularly updated, dynamic and interactive portal is designed to support continuing professional development needs and training requirements. The portal can also be used to interact with other gastroenterology professionals across the globe through its social media and forum features.
Launched in April 2011, gastrotraining.com is edited and advised by a prominent panel of UK-based gastroenterologists and hepatologists. Further development is envisaged. Feedback on Gastrotraining.com should be sent to Julie Solomon (BSG Head of Research & Learning).