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Trainees

Since 2011, the Trainees Section has become one of the largest and most vibrant bodies within the Society, further developing and delivering training, education, leadership, representation and networking for registrars across the UK.

The Trainees Section organise a number of well-recognised events, including the Management and Leadership Weekend, the Education Weekend and the Taster Weekend, as well as playing an important role in the programme of the BSG Annual Meeting. Trainees have representation on every BSG committee and have led on a number of important initiatives, including writing national BSG guidelines. You can find information on the Trainees Section Committee on their page.

Our ‘taster’ membership is designed for junior doctors in the early years of their training (below ST3) and medical, nursing or scientific students. This gives you a taste of membership of the Society before committing to full Trainee membership. Click here to find out more.

Trainees Hub

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.

LTFT presents many opportunities but requires careful navigation to ensure success. This article covers:

  • Personal values and family considerations
  • Build a LTFTT network
  • Opportunity scanning
  • Networking
  • Transferable leadership skills
  • Mentoring

 

Read the article

Events & Training

29 Oct | Online Event

Innovation & adaptation of liver services during COVID-19

You are invited to join your colleagues at our latest webinar, chaired by Prof Adrian...continue reading
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19 Nov | Online Event

St Mark's Frontiers in Intestinal and Colorectal Disease: Difficult Decisions in GI Disease

In light of recent events, we kindly ask that you direct queries regarding any endorsed...continue reading
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19 Nov | Online Event

All you wanted to know about human small bowel motility….but were afraid to ask

The small bowel has been always a difficult part of the GI tract to access...continue reading
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May 19 | SEC Glasgow

BSG Annual Meeting 2020 – further postponed to May 2021

An update from the BSG In March, we announced that we had taken the decision...continue reading
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