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Women in Gastroenterology

In 2014 the BSG launched a new initiative open to all BSG members, recognising that women were underrepresented in both our specialty and in the Society.

The primary purpose was to define the specific problems of recruitment of women to the specialty and to raise awareness of the challenges facing women in gastroenterology, providing a support network across their careers. As part of this, the first Supporting Women in Gastoenterology conference took place last October with the intention of making this an annual event.

Our ongoing aim is to provide a supportive environment in which women can develop into senior leadership roles, in their careers and in the Society.

You can find information on the Supporting Women In Gastroenterology Section Committee on their page.

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Events & Training

29 Oct | Online Event

Innovation & adaptation of liver services during COVID-19

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19 Nov | Online Event

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

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19 Nov | Online Event

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

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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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