UCL Upper GI Symposium (UGIS) 2020
- 250 Euston Road, London, NW12BU
- 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Royal Free Sheila Sherlock hepatology course has developed an excellent reputation for its clinically relevant, interactive and curriculum-focussed content designed for both gastroenterology trainees and consultants seeking an update that is tailored to everyday practice. Day 2 focusses on acute care and is also open to acute medical trainees.
The programme has been revamped for 2020, with a clinically focussed structure around hepatology in the clinic, acute medical take, ITU and liver transplant settings. The content is structured around plenty of real case histories with time to ask questions. There will also be a social event to continue the conversations for those who are interested.
This course is clinically-focussed, interactive and delivered by national experts, with excellent previous feedback. The 3-day programme provides a comprehensive review of the diagnosis, investigation and management of patients with liver disease across outpatient, acute take, ITU and liver transplant settings; as well as interactive grand-rounds and opportunities for Q&As with the experts. All areas of the JRCPTB curriculum in hepatology will be covered, which can be mapped and uploaded to the JRCPTB e-portfolio.
A discounted fee is available for trainees, as well as early bird concessions. BSG members benefit from a 30% reduction in registration fees.
This course has been endorsed by the BSG Education Committee. CPD accreditation for (18 credits) has been applied for.