Endoscopy 2023; 55(03): 301-302
DOI: 10.1055/a-1998-4815

ESGE news and upcoming events March 2023

ESGE Days 2023

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you in Dublin, or online, next month at ESGE Days 2023. As the premier endoscopy meeting in Europe we have an outstanding scientific programme awaiting all delegates!


Have you heard about the new PGC? Its 3 step format is designed to maximise learning potential.

PGC Step 1: Digest and request

Two weeks prior to ESGE Days 2023 (from April 5, 2023) all 16 pre-recorded modules are available to delegates on our digital platform. Whilst digesting, request further information from the experts via the chat function. Which questions would you like to pose? What needs further clarification? Would case studies or extra data help? Make a note of the date and time of the live PGC meet the expert session, relevant for the module, at ESGE Days.

PGC Step 2: Discuss and delve deeper

On site at ESGE Days attend the PGC meet the expert sessions, where the presenters from your module will be available. In these lively, informal, early morning meetings, the answers to your questions will drive the discussion.

PGC Step 3: Review and refresh

Once the live event is over, review the modules at home, as well as the sessions that took place on site during our two month on-demand period.

Full details can be found at https://esgedays.org/programme/postgraduate-course


The ESGE Days 2023 Scientific Committee was very impressed with the quality of abstracts submitted, as well as the record-breaking number! The four top rated will be featured during the opening plenary session of the congress. Visit esgedays.org to find the full details of these outstanding abstracts. All accepted abstracts will be published in a special Endoscopy supplement. Thank you to all submitters!


This is a must-see for all delegates, led by current ESGE President Helmut Messmann and future President Ian Gralnek. The session is titled: Challenges in Endoscopy – does ESGE have the answer?

Topics presented will include:

  • Can endoscopy be green? By Enrique Rodriguez de Santiago (Spain)

  • Is artificial intelligence the answer? By Cesare Hassan (Italy)

  • Can true diversity be achieved? By Maria Pellisé Urquiza (Spain)

  • What are the challenges facing endoscopy in developing countries? by Mary Afihene (Ghana)

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Helmut Messman and Ian M. Gralnek

Explore our full scientific programme and register now at esgedays.org

Publication History

Article published online:
28 February 2023

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