ESGE NewsletterCurrent ESGE News
22 December 2014 (online)
ESGE Individual Members are encouraged to take advantage of registration fee reduction.
Quality in Endoscopy symposium: GI Bleeding
November 28 – 30, 2014
During the recently held fifth Quality in Endoscopy symposium, international experts gathered to deliberate the most pressing topics in the field of GI bleeding. Interactive talks, case presentations and debates with voting set the stage and enabled vivid interaction between the faculty and participants.
“The ESGE Quality in Endoscopy symposia are ideal, with very high level of didactic interactive sessions for both the academic gastroenterologist, practicing gastroenterologist at any level. It’s all about quality; quality of the faculty, and of the participants. Rounding it off with the new hands-on session on Sunday was a perfect way to end the symposium.” said Ian M. Gralnek, ESGE Co-Chair.
During the hands-on training, junior endoscopists enjoyed opportunity to test their skills and check out different procedures under the guidence of world experts. Interest in taking part was far higher than expected and the 24 lucky participants were effusive in their praise of the sessions.
Whenever topics apply, ESGE guideline leaders take advantage of these monothematic, multidisciplinary symposia to gather working groups and bring forward drafts of upcoming guidelines. This was the case in Berlin, with the ESGE non variceal GI bleeding guideline for which a working group meeting was held prior to the symposium.
Quality in Endoscopy symposium: Colonoscopy & colonic neoplasms
April 17 – 18, 2015
Prague, Czech Republic
Join us in Prague in spring where ESGE is combining forces with ESDO to discuss and debate Colonoscopy & colonic neoplasms.
Online registration is now available. Don’t forget to sign up for hands-on training when you are registering. Check out the Quality in Endoscopy website for more details.
Quality in Endoscopy symposium:ERCP and EUS
November 13 – 14, 2015
The 7th event of the Quality in Endoscopy symposia will be held in collaboration with EASL (European Association for the Study of the Liver) and ESGAR (European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology).
Online registration will be available in January 2015.
Please check the website for the events details. www.quality-in-endoscopy.org