Frontline Gastroenterology Debate

HCV is easier to treat than H. Pylori. Why isn't it treated in Primary Care?

Xpert Perspectives: On Ulcerative Colitis in Europe

This educational webcast (accredited by Siyemi) was filmed during ECCO 2017 in Barcelona.

The 10th Annual Sheffield Gastroenterology Symposium

This is the largest regional meeting in the UK, with a wide range of clinically relevant talks and practice-changing tips

AGIP 2018 Upper GI Physiology Masterclass: Report

The Association of GI Physiologists [AGIP] Upper GI Physiology Masterclass 2018 was again hosted in Birmingham at the Post Graduate Education Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Oesophageal Neoplasia Masterclass 2018

BSG Endoscopy Live 2019 – Save the Date

The BSG Endoscopy Committee is delighted to announce that the next stand-alone national live endoscopy meeting will take place on 7-8th March 2019 at the SAGE Gateshead.

UEG Evidence-Based Medicine Course

This annual course is open for applicants.

Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders Training Weekend Report

Despite freezing temperatures courtesy of “Storm Emma” and the “Beast from the East” 21 delegates (out of 26) from across the UK attended the event.

Improving Safety and Reducing Error in Endoscopy (ISREE) - a workshop

Summary of meeting

BSG Endoscopy Live 2019 - call for participating centres

Planning is now underway for BSG Endoscopy Live 2019, to be held in March 2019.

MSc in Gastroenterology / Postgraduate Diploma in Gastroenterology (on site or distance learning)

Mistakes in the medical management of IBD and how to avoid them

The prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is rising with some patients facing years of severe, disabling symptoms.

BSG 2017 Prize Winners

The BSG congratulates all winners of poster presentations, oral communications and journal prizes for their hard work.

BSG Neurogastroenterology and Motility Symposium - 2017

Dr Ayesha Akbar, chair of the NGM section, held a very successful stand alone BSG symposium at the Royal College of Physicians London on 24th March 2017

What is gene editing and how does it work?

New animation from the Royal Society

The Administrative Data Research Network

The Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) helps researchers gain access to de-identified administrative data so they can carry out social and economic research − research that has the potential to benefit society.

RCP e-learning module "Assessing Trainees in the Workplace"

The Education Department at the Royal College of Physicians of London have produced a new e-learning module, called "Assessing Trainees in the Workplace".