BSG Web Education – straight from the experts to you

The BSG aims to keep you up to date with state-of-the-art education knowledge in all sub specialities in gastroenterologist and hepatology. These are in the form of short articles written by experts in their field, case-based discussions, career-focused top tips, and now video presentations.
Gut Highlights
May 14, 2024

May 2024 Gut Highlights

Thyroid hormone receptor-beta agonists: new MASLD therapies

Personal & Professional DevelopmentBSG Webinar
May 01, 2024

BSG Webinar: How we make decisions in frontline medicine

This webinar, recorded on Tuesday 30th April 2024, explored the factors that may impact our decision-making, including non-clinical judgement factors and cognitive bias, and what steps we can take to avoid these influences.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease
April 22, 2024

Oral Ulceration and Diarrhoea

A 45-year-old Afro-Caribbean male presented with 3kg unintentional weight loss associated with watery diarrhoea in the antecedent 6 months and recent swelling of the lip and buccal mucosa.

Gut Highlights
April 15, 2024

April 2024 Gut Highlights

Endoscopic ultrasound guided lumen apposing metal stents (LAMS) are an alternative to percutaneous cholecystostomy for patients with cholecystitis who are not felt to be surgical candidates.

Personal & Professional DevelopmentSSG Digest This!
April 09, 2024

SSG Digest This! Stepping into a consultant job

Digest This! shows a different look and explores less clinical topics while focussing more on "conversation" about careers.

March 13, 2024

BSG Webinar: Managing Stress in Training and Practice

In this webinar we were joined by Dr Umakant Dave who shared his tips for managing stress & burnout and reviewed with us some literature exploring the role of mindfulness in clinical practice with an emphasis on gastroenterology.

Gut Highlights
March 12, 2024

March 2024 Gut Highlights

Resection margin may represent a quality marker for completeness of polypectomy.

February 27, 2024

Managing alcohol-related hepatitis and alcohol-related cirrhosis

Alcohol remains the most common cause of liver disease in the UK. The prevalence of this condition has risen sharply in the context of the COVID 19 pandemic and rise of co-factors which contribute to its severity, including mental health issues, obesity, and diabetes.

Gut Highlights
February 22, 2024

February 2024 Gut Highlights

Predicting residual neoplasia after a non-curative gastric ESD

February 20, 2024

Test and treat Helicobacter pylori (HP) in dyspepsia

H. pylori infection is an infectious disease which has the potential to cause severe complications including peptic ulceration and gastric cancer.

EndoscopyBSG Webinar
February 06, 2024

BSG Webinar: Application of Artificial Intelligence for Endoscopy

This webinar was recorded on 6th February 2024 and focused on the Application of Artificial Intelligence for Endoscopy. 

January 30, 2024

Endoscopy Workforce Education and Training

Endoscopy workforce education and training is multi-professional, mostly delivered within units by practice educators, mentors, peers, industry, assessors, and supervisors, is facilitated and developed by regional endoscopy academies and led by national organisations and programs such as those provided by the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) and the Joint Advisory Group on Gastro-intestinal endoscopy (JAG).

Become a BSG web education reviewer

The BSG web team are looking for enthusiastic individuals to expand our current group of web article reviewers. This could be included as part of your CPD diary and could help enrich your own knowledge too. It is a rewarding process and allows us to support our members in their education. The articles are short but require professional review and constructive comments. The commitment will be sporadic but we do ask that you’re able to return the review in a timely fashion when requested. This is open to consultants, senior registrars (ST6 and above), specialist nurses or senior allied health professionals in Gastroenterology and/or Hepatology.

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