The main theme of the congress will be “research drives clinical care” as we are witnessing major breakthroughs of innovation due to new drugs hitting the clinic for our patients and many new personalized approaches for individual patient treatments.
The world’s largest congress on live endoscopy is happening on 2nd to 3rd November in Hamburg
The European School of Internal Medicine (ESIM) offers specialist registrars the opportunity to meet their peers from around Europe and beyond.
A list of events and programmes on offer from UEG
This study day is aimed at staff who undertake the day to day practice of endoscope decontamination
This year, the top three scoring applicants for the Alastair McIntyre Prize for Improving Gastroenterology Training were entered into the ‘Educational Dragons’ Den’.
A selection of guidelines, journal articles and podcasts.
Two days of live endoscopy, lectures, interactive mini symposia and 'meet the expert' sessions. This course is suitable for consultants, trainees, endoscopy nurses and fellows.
The Pancreatic Committee's Chairman shares his report on this year's Falk Forum Sheffield Pancreatology Course.
Interactive sessions on advanced endoscopic techniques will be on offer to the delegates giving useful practical experience.
The 9th Annual London Live Endoscopy Course : fun, informal and challenging
The two day event will aim to address the clinical and technical issues faced during ERCP
To extend the BSG’s engagement we again have the opportunity for 10-15 trainees or junior consultants to join us in Hamburg.
30 articles that have received the most citations over the past year
Interested in heading to Vienna for UEG Week 2018? Apply for a BSG bursary to cover your travel expenses!
British Society of Gastroenterology invites you to the 3rd BSG Endoscopy Live meeting, to be held at SAGE, Gateshead on 7th and 8th March 2019.
At this year’s conference, we will be launching a membership-wide formal mentoring scheme
Nottingham, Monday 12th November 2018
Ayesha Akbar has been appointed as the new BSG Education Chair.
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