ESGE/ESPGHAN Joint Paediatric Endoscopy Guidelines
Monday, 03 October 2016 13:34
Professor Mike Thomson, BSG Adolescents & Young Persons Section
'The first ever ESGE/ESPGHAN Joint Paediatric Endoscopy Guidelines have just been e-published ahead of print in 'Endoscopy' and the 'Journal of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition' (JPGN) simultaneously. This is unique in that it involved a focussed group of paediatric AND adult Gastroenterologists from both Societies (including a number of BSG Members) and represents the culmination of a 3 year period of collaboration with a rigorous interrogation of the evidence base available in the following areas, not previously covered by Guidelines for this age group: diagnostic upper GI endoscopy and ileo-colonoscopy; upper and lower GI bleeding; foreign body endoscopy management; stricture and achalasia endoscopy management; EUS; and ERCP. PEG/Js, IBD endoscopy and training have been dealt with in other Guidelines. These Executive summaries will be followed by the publication of the full text shortly in JPGN.'
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Guidance for physicians on the detection of child sexual exploitation
Monday, 18 May 2015 14:41
Karen Rogstad, Dawn Wilkinson and Sophie Forsyth
Produced for the RCP on behalf of the Young Adults and Adolescents Steering Group of the RCP, the Joint Specialty Committee for Genitourinary Medicine, and the Adolescent Special Interest Group of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV.
This guidance is intended to support physicians to recognise potential cases of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and seek support to protect vulnerable children and young people.
An awareness of CSE is essential for physicians. Physicians could be working with current victims of CSE, young people at risk of CSE, or children and adults who have previously been victims of CSE. In law, a child is anyone who has not yet reached their 18th birthday. However, some young people aged 18 or over may have vulnerabilities that put them at risk of CSE, or it may be ongoing into young adulthood.
Recent high-profile cases have drawn attention to CSE. In many cases, reviews have shown that these young people had attended many adult services where CSE could have been, but was not, considered. Reports by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner’s Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation by Gangs and Groups have shown that CSE is extensive. Doctors cannot ignore this issue.
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Online Course: Feeding Difficulties in Children with Gastrointestinal Disorders
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 12:59
Although feeding difficulties are a common phenomenon in children with gastrointestinal disorders, symptoms are often not recognised early enough, preventing early management and the escalation of symptoms. It is important that healthcare professionals familiarise themselves with this topic, as difficulties may impact on both the child's growth and development as well as the wider psychological well-being of the child and family.
This teaching module explains current evidence as well as addressing some of the more practical issues of management, which may assist you in your daily practice.
Paediatric European Digestive Diseases Clinical Research Network (PEDDCReN) Survey
Tuesday, 10 December 2013 14:20
Nick Croft, Julian Thomas, Nikhil Thapar (UK Members of the PEDDCReN Steering Group) and Varsha Tailor (PEDDCReN Project Manager) invite you to participate in a 5-minute survey that will allow the project team to identify the interests of the departments across Europe, in order to determine what expertise and resources are available for setting up and running clinical trials in this speciality. For further details and access to the survey itself, please click here.
Paediatric European Digestive Diseases Clinical Research Network – PEDDCReN
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 15:01
PEDDCReN is an exciting new initiative with the key aim of forming a clinical trials network to study (and ultimately provide) effective medicines for paediatric patients in the speciality of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. It was established with the support of LINKS funding from the UEG and is led by the BSG in collaboration with various European societies and ENPR-EMA (The European Network of Paediatric Research at the European Medicines Agency). The project will support both industry and non-industry investigators in running high quality multi-centre clinical trials and your involvement is welcome.
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