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The Training Committee monitors the contents of training programmes and ensures the adequate provision of properly trained doctors.

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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 of the SWiG Network was to define the key problems of recruitment of women to the specialty and to establish a pilot scheme for coaching and mentoring within the BSG. In so doing we hope to provide a supportive environment in which women can develop into senior leadership roles, in their careers and in the Society.

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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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