The Scottish Society of Gastroenterology evolved from the Caledonian Society in 2001. Its aim is to represent the professions with a primary interest in Gastroenterology including physicians, surgeons, nurses technicians and dieticians. We are particularly keen to welcome applications from trainees. The Society is dedicated to improving the care of patients with gastrointestinal problems through research and audit and by the promotion of high standards in clinical practice.
The Society has 2 meetings per year. One takes place in Spring and the other Winter meeting takes place nearer Christmas. There are research groups who meet regularly.
WAGE exists to support the clinical care of patients in Wales with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver, and those requiring diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. The primary route towards achieving this is to bring together the following groups of healthcare professionals:
- Medical gastroenterologists, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, clinical oncologists and many other subspecialties
- Medical, nursing and other healthcare professionals involved with caring for patients with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, pancreatic and biliary tree, working in both North and South Wales.
The Ulster Society of Gastroenterology is a not for profit organisation in Northern Ireland and their organising committee is comprised of elected medical members- both surgeons and physicians.
The role of the Ulster Society of Gastroenterology is to promote and maintain high standards of patient care, and to improve education, research and training in gastrointestinal disease in Northern Ireland for medical professionals and allied health professionals ( nurses, pharmacists, dieticians etc).