The BSG runs an annual scientific meeting at which many hundred original papers are presented to audiences approaching 2600 professionals. It is also intimately involved in all aspects of training of British gastroenterology and to original research in the field. Research is supported indirectly through the promotion of high standards and offering platforms for scientific presentation and publication, and directly through substantial financial contributions to the Society’s affiliated charity, Guts UK.
The BSG co-owns three journals. Gut is Europe’s highest-ranked gastroenterology journal, by citation-related impact factor, and the Society’s oldest title. Frontline Gastroenterology focuses on clinical aspects of Gastroenterology. The newest addition to the portfolio is the open-access journal BMJ Open Gastroenterology. The Society regularly produces guidelines on aspects of contemporary practice.
While the Society exists for the promotion of the discipline it is not itself able to provide medical advice or to recommend individual practitioners. Prospective patients are advised to consult their own medical advisers with a view to referral to a member of the Society.
31 Mar | Online Event
BSG Endoscopy Webinar: ERCP case based discussions - learning from complications!Join us for our next endoscopy webinar on 31st March 2022 where we'll be having...continue reading
Events & Training
09 May | Copthorne Hotel, Newcastle Quayside
Endorsed Event: Seventh Newcastle Clinical Nutrition CourseWe're delighted to endorse the Seventh Newcastle Clinical Nutrition Course, taking place 9th - 11th...continue reading
24 Feb | Online Event
BSG Endoscopy Webinar: Clinical Controversies in Endoscopy Part 4Join us for the next endoscopy webinar which will be taking place on 24th February!...continue reading
01 Apr | The Composer suite, Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre 53 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RS, United Kingdom