Education

BSG Postgraduate Courses

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2008

'Microbes and the Gut: Putting Science into Practice'

Walport / Academic Clinical Fellowships – An Insider’s Guide

Success with CORE Research Funding Applications

Extraintestinal Manifestations

2006

"'Liver disease for the general gastroenterologist'" Monday, 20th March 2006 - BSG Annual Meeting, Birmingham.

Featured Presentations

"When, how and which patient to treat with HBV infection." Dr David Mutimer, Consultant Physician and Hepatologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Liver & Hepatobiliary Unit. Reader in Hepatology at Birmingham University.

"When, how and which patient to treat with HCV infection" Professor G R Foster FRCP PhD, Professor of Hepatology at Queen Mary, University of London.

"Management of NAFLD: Does Everyone Need a Liver Biopsy " Anna Mae Diehl MD, Duke University, USA.

"Fibrosis in the liver: non-invasive markers - Are they sufficient?" Professor W Rosenberg Director of the Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility, Professor of Hepatology and Consultant Physician at the University of Southampton.

"Fibrosis in the liver and the role of histology - Is it the gold standard?" Professor A Dhillon Professor of Histopathology at the Royal Free and University College Medical School, London.

"Optimal management of acute liver failure" Dr J Wendon, King's College Hospital, London.

"Optimal Management Of Hepatorenal Syndrome (HRS) In Cirrhosis" Professor V Arroyo Professor of Medicine, Director of the Institute of Digestive and Metabolic Diseases and Chief of the Liver Unit, Hospital Clinic, University of Barcelona.

"Drug induced liver disease" Professor D Pessayre Faculty of Medicine Xavier-Bichat in Paris and Hospital Beaujon in Clichy.

"Haematological and vascular complications affecting the liver including the role of anticoagulation" Professor D Valla Professor of Hepatology and Gastroenterology University Paris 7- Denis Diderot and Head of Service d'Hépatologie, Hôpital Beaujon, Clichy, France.

"Imaging the Liver: 2006" Dr John Karani, Kings College Hospital, London.

2005

"Inflammatory Bowel Disease"

2004

"Screening and treatment to prevent oesophageal and colonic cancer" Sunday, 21st March 2004 - BSG Annual Meeting, Glasgow.