UEG e-learning website

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 15:30

UEG’s vision is to deliver cutting-edge education and to facilitate and disseminate world-leading research on digestive diseases. A dedicated and professional E-learning website is hosted by UEG, making educational materials available for use whenever and wherever people need them, and thus adding value to the educational activities of UEG's affiliated national and specialist societies (including the BSG).

Online courses Develop your specialist knowledge at your own pace, from anywhere you like, for example:

Enrolment is open to anyone with a free myUEG account.


Monthly series "Mistakes in …" Specialist tips at your fingertips, for example:

  • “Mistakes in … Coeliac Disease”
  • “Mistakes in … Dyspepsia”


UEG Education Library Whether you need to prepare a presentation or simply want to brush up your knowledge of a specific topic, you need look no further than this ‘one-stop shop’ of high-quality specialised educational material. Search over 20,000 individual items, like abstracts, posters, recordings and more. Browse dedicated packages from UEG Week 2015 in the UEG Week 24/7 section.

BSG Gastroenterology Handbook: A Guide for Junior Doctors Based On The Ward

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 13:59

This guide was written by three Trainee members of the BSG and reviewed by the members of the BSG Education Committee and Section Committees. The information is based on established guidelines, whenever possible. As there is likely to be some variation in practice between hospitals, and local policies may be in effect, readers are advised to contact senior members of staff to point them in the direction of relevant local guidelines, for example antibiotic protocols. It is not intended to be the sole source of information for a junior doctor, but instead to complement the resources and guidance provided by the individual Trusts in which they work.

The authors and the BSG as a whole hope that this guide will be an invaluable tool in your day-to-day care of gastroenterology patients. We recognize that these patients are often complex and acutely unwell, and hope that this handbook will give the hands-on advice readers may need to guide patient management. Based on information available at the time of writing, the authors have provided practical tips, relevant guidelines and suggestions from their own experience. In each acute condition, they provide a structure for assessment and focused examination.

Closure of Hepatitis Casebook

Friday, 12 June 2015 14:29

11th June 2015

The Hepatitis Casebook online resource website has closed. On behalf of Gilead UK & Ireland, we would like to thank you for your support of Hepatitis Casebook, particularly if you have followed its evolution from HBV Casebook.

Please note that the HBV case studies and HCV modules have expired. We therefore regret that we are unable to forward you downloadable slide content that was previously available. Upon request we can resend copies of any CPD certificates for HBV case studies if you have completed the modules in the past or have CPD certificates stored under your login details. We are unable to send CPD certificates for uncompleted (or partially complete) modules.

Our email address will remain open until the end of the year, and during this time we invite you to send any queries or comments relating to the website’s closure or content to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Genomics in mainstream medicine

Monday, 15 December 2014 15:25

Genomics in mainstream medicine: an initiative to raise awareness and promote genomics amongst physicians in the UK

Recent developments in genomics (such as the 100,000 genomes project) have underlined the need to ensure that the medical workforce understands the opportunities and possesses the relevant knowledge, skills and competence to deliver care using genomic information. The Genomics in Mainstream Medicine Working Group was established under the auspices of the Joint Committee on Genomics in Medicine and a number of other organisations to raise awareness and to promote the integration of genomics into clinical practice across a wide range of clinical specialties. To facilitate this, ‘clinical champions’ have been recruited via the Royal College of Physicians specialty committees to help develop introductory resources and an action plan for promoting genomics within their own specialties. Work to date has included the development of a document ‘template’ for champions to adapt and use as an introductory resource within their specialty, and the ‘mapping’ of the education landscape for physicians (with the aid of a survey sent out to key stakeholders) to identify genomics education initiatives that are already in place.

See update (4 May 2016)

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