The second Glasgow Gastro conference, to be held on 4th October 2019, will cover a wide range of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Endoscopy topics.
The course is specifically designed to provide a thorough grounding in all aspects of clinical nutrition
Are you coming with us to BSG 2019 this June?
The BSG are saddened to announce the death of BSG member and surgeon Dr Chris Venables.
Delegates will learn about the range of GI symptoms and manifestations and their potential origins, and more.
UEG are looking for interested volunteers to participate in our activities and serve on UEG Boards & Committees.
A list of events to look out for from the BSG in 2019.
The workshop is a great opportunity for trainees and is delivered by world renowned IBD experts.
This course provides a broad grounding in clinical nutrition and allows medical and surgical trainees to develop increased awareness of the appropriate assessment and management of patients with malnutrition.
The BSG is seeking to develop a data analytics group (DAG) for members with an interest in the technical aspects of data capture and analysis.
The programme provides a comprehensive review of the diagnosis, investigation and management of patients with liver disease across outpatient, acute take and intensive care settings.
Topics covered will include capsule endoscopy in coeliac disease and what’s new, managing small bowel polyps and how to deal with strictures and using the Crohn’s Pillcam.
This course is suitable for consultants, trainees, endoscopy nurses and fellows.
Apply by 22nd February for a chance to win £1000! 4 Awards are available.
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.
Interactive sessions on advanced endoscopic techniques will be on offer to the delegates giving useful practical experience.
The two day event will aim to address the clinical and technical issues faced during ERCP
30 articles that have received the most citations over the past year