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Welcome to the BSG Nurses hub. On this page, you will find access to the latest information for nurses, including relevant news, articles and events.

You can find information on the Nurses Association Committee on their page and explore upcoming funding and grant opportunities for nurses here.

Check out our video on why you should become a BSG Nurse Member and hear from some of our nurse members as they talk about some of the best things about being a BSG member, and why you should consider joining the BSG too.

Improving Safety and Reducing Error in Endoscopy (ISREE)

The ISREE strategy workshop seeks to promote learning from medical errors and patient safety incidents 

Medical errors and patient safety incidents remain largely unreported and unregulated at a national level. As patient safety remains at the core of JAG’s mission to improve endoscopy quality across the UK, JAG convened a workshop in January 2018 to discuss a new initiative: ISREE- Improving Safety and Reducing Error in Endoscopy. ISREE was developed from the premise that in order to make GI endoscopy services safer, we need to better understand, record, and draw on patient safety incidents as opportunities for learning.

Learning from endoscopy patient safety incidents: case of the month

Each month JAG publishes a case of the month highlighting a real-life clinical scenario which has impacted patient safety. Case studies are contributed by JAG leads and endoscopy services across the UK and are designed to provide an opportunity for discussion and to share learning.

Below you can find some examples, or visit the JAG website for all cases.

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Nurses Station

Our career articles are part of a new venture from the BSG Education Committee designed to provide updates on hot topics in gastroenterology for consultants, trainees and nurses alike.

The new programme and e-portfolio in the JAG Endoscopy Training System (JETS), called JETS Workforce, contains endoscopy-specific competency frameworks, guidelines for direct observation of procedural skills (DOPS), witness statements and reflective continued professional development statements. These combine to create a platform to which members of the endoscopy workforce may submit evidence of their own practices.

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Gastrointestinal Nursing

The BSG is proud to be partnering with Gastrointestinal Nursing, the leading journal for nurses working in gastroenterology, hepatology and stoma care.

The journal publishes original research, clinical reviews and case studies that have been peer-reviewed by leading experts in the field, as well as news and expert analysis on best practice, professional development and healthcare policy. Each of the ten issues a year touches on a range of topics, from IBD, viral hepatitis and colorectal cancer to upper GI endoscopy, parenteral nutrition and IBS.

Gastrointestinal Nursing aims to help specialist nurses improve the quality of life of patients by delivering care that is evidence-based, cost-effective and patient-centred. Don’t forget that BSG members can receive a 25% discount to subscribe to Gastrointestinal Nursing.

Find out more about GIN

04 Oct | Discovery Park, Sandwich, Kent

Endorsed Event: 6th K.EN.T Endoscopy Training Course 2022

We are pleased to endorse the annual K.EN.T Endoscopy Course 2022; a 3–day course which...continue reading
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Events & Training

19 Jun | ACC Liverpool, Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront L3 4FP


Save the date for the British Society of Gastroenterology's annual meeting, BSG LIVE'23 which will...continue reading
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20 Sep | Queens Hotel, Leeds


After 2 years of virtual meetings, BASL is pleased to announce that the Annual Meeting...continue reading
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06 Sep | Royal Society of Medicine

Endorsed Event: International Advanced Endoscopy Masterclass

We are proud to endorse the 4th International AEM London. The exciting programme is now...continue reading
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