Our clinical education articles are part of a new venture from the BSG Education Committee designed to provide updates on hot topics in gastroenterology for consultants, trainees and nurses alike.
You can view all Education Articles here.
Become a BSG Web Education Reviewer
The BSG web team are looking for enthusiastic individuals to expand our current group of web article reviewers. This could be included as part of your CPD diary and could help enrich your own knowledge too.
It is a rewarding process and allows us to support our members in their education. The articles are short but require professional review and constructive comments. The commitment will be sporadic but we do ask that you’re able to return the review in a timely fashion when requested.
Reviewer criteria includes:
1. Consultant or senior registrar (ST6 and above) in Gastroenterology and/or Hepatology
2. Specialist nurse or senior allied health professional in Gastroenterology and/or Hepatology
3. Evidence of publications or presentations at national/international Gastroenterology meetings
4. The reviewer must have English language proficiency at the level of academic English
5. The reviewer must not have any conflict of interest in the specific topic
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more
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Frontline Gastroenterology publishes articles that accelerate adoption of innovative and best practice in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology. They're especially interested in articles on multidisciplinary research and care, focusing on both retrospective assessments of novel models of care, as well as putative future directions of best practice. Specifically, they publish articles in the domains of clinical quality, patient experience, service provision, and medical education.
BMJ Open Gastroenterology Blog
We’re delighted to launch the BMJ Open Gastroenterology journal, a concise, monthly, and bite-sized educational blog summarising several key studies from the journal and the wider literature.
You can also read the Frontline Gastroenterology Journal Editor’s Highlights articles in the link below.
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‘Genomics in Gastroenterology’ specialist resource
The Genomics Education Programme (GEP) has launched a new resource for those working in gastroenterology, endoscopy and others involved in the management and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. This new resource has been developed in collaboration with Professor Kevin Monahan, consultant gastroenterologist at St Marks Hospital, Harrow. In the film, he explains how the use of genomics in gastroenterology can help in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a whole range of rare and common conditions.
The ‘Genomics in Medical Specialties’ series looks at the impact of genomics across different disciplines within medicine, with a focus on the way in which new technology and rapidly increasing knowledge are changing the way we work and the ways in which patients are treated and cared for.
The full resource is available on the GEP website, and comprises of a short film and accompanying information covering key facts and uses.