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James Lind Alliance - Non-alcohol related liver and gallbladder disorders

Friday, 12 June 2015 10:30

There are several different prevention and treatment options for various non-alcohol related liver and gallbladder disorders. It is important that we try to understand which of these options are effective and make a difference to people with or at risk of developing non-alcohol related liver and gallbladder disorders and/or the people who care for them. We think it is vital that any further research into the prevention and treatment of non-alcohol related liver and gallbladder disorders should focus on questions that are important to people who have or are at risk of these disorders, the people who care for them and the health professionals (doctors and nurses) that treat and prevent these disorders. We are therefore collecting responses to the questions below from all these groups. Your responses will help us start to identify where there is uncertainty regarding prevention and treatment of non-alcohol related liver and gallbladder disorders - that is where there is no existing research that already provides a reliable answer - so that future research can focus on the most important questions.

The survey is available online at http://goo.gl/forms/fJT6IndJV3.

The deadline for the survey is 31st July

PSGBI Annual Scientific Meeting 2015

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 07:19

26th - 27th November 2015

John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich

The convention is relevant to practitioners in all aspects of pancreatology including: surgeons, specialist nurses, dieticians, physicians, oncologists and radiologists. There will be sessions on:

  • Developments in improving the care of patients with pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis
  • Updates in medical pancreatology
  • Updates in surgical pancreatology
  • IPMNs
  • NETS
  • Islet cell transplantation
  • Specialist nurse and dietician symposia
  • The aetiology of & screening for pancreatic cancer
  • Specialist registrar level courses in surgical and medical pancreatology
  • Hands on experience with surgical simulators
  • Research presentations

10 CPD points have been applied for

Pancreatic Cancer Action Early Diagnosis Challenge Award

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 06:49

Awards of up to £40,000 (each) available for research projects with a focus on improving the early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

Deadline: 6th July 2015

For more information call 0303 040 1770 or follow the link below:

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