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Toezending Endoscopy en Dual Membership European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy


Sedert twee jaar bestaat voor NVGE-leden de  mogelijkheid om Endoscopy tegen een gereduceerd tarief te ontvangen. Deze mogelijkheid loopt via een gecombineerd NVGE-ESGE lidmaatschap, een zogenaamd 'dual membership'. Voor 150 euro is het mogelijk om u te verzekeren van toezending van Endoscopy. U wordt dan voor dit gereduceerde tarief meteen volwaardig lid van de ESGE, en ook daar zitten voordelen aan: Zo krijgt u toegang tot de website van Endoscopy, wordt u op de hoogte gehouden van de nieuwe richtlijnen die door de ESGE worden opgesteld en zijn er kortingsmogelijkheden op door de ESGE georganiseerde activiteiten en workshops.

Voorwaarden

Aan het dual-memberschip ESGE is een aantal voorwaarden verbonden:

  • uitsluitend voor NVGE-leden
  • alleen mogelijk bij afgeven van automatische incasso voor het innen van contributie NVGE gelijktijdig met het dual membership ESGE 
  • lidmaatschap geldt voor het hele jaar en wordt stilzwijgend verlengd
  • aanmelden voor 1 januari via secretariaat@nvge.nl ; opzeggen kan daarna steeds per kalenderjaar (voor 1 december) via het NVGE-secretariaat.

Mocht u al lid zijn van ESGE dan kunt u dit via ons secretariaat omzetten naar het dual membership (per 1 januari 2017).

Bent u op dit moment nog géén NVGE lid maar wilt u zich toch aanmelden voor het Dual Membership?

Het bestuur van de NVGE heeft besloten om geïnteresseerden hierin tegemoet te komen, door gelijktijdige aanmelding voor het NVGE én ESGE lidmaatschap mogelijk te maken. U kunt zich aanmelden voor het Dual Membership door het aanmeldingsformulier in te vullen en voor 15 december a.s. in te sturen.

De contributie ad € 200,- zal in januari 2017 geincasseerd worden. Dit heeft te maken met het feit dat de NVGE de afdracht voor de abonnementen in januari 2017  aan de ESGE moet overmaken. Het afgeven van automatische incasso is daarom verplicht.  

 


ESGE News December 2016

 

 

 

 

UEG Week 2016, ESGE Retrospective

 

Dear colleague, welcome to our December eNewsletter.

 

ESGE Learning Area at UEG Week 2016

2016 Retrospective

As 2016 draws to a close, we would like to take the opportunity to look back over what has been a challenging and exciting year. The support for ESGE activities over the past twelve months has been outstanding. ESGE would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our Governing Board, faculty members, guideline authors, committee members and of course our individual members. Without you, none of what ESGE has achieved over the last 12 months would be possible.

Excellence in education has always been and continues to be at the forefront of ESGE’s aims. The demand for high quality endoscopy training is reflected in the increased number of applications. We are pleased to announce that the number of fellowship grants has been increased from 16 to 20 per year. Congratulations go to our 2017 grant winners and we look forward to following the careers of these young ambitious endoscopists.

ESGE understands the importance of clinically relevant research and over the past year our research committee collated and prioritized research objectives which were published in the October issue of the Journal Endoscopy. This initiative will help steer endoscopy research for years to come. The quality of proposals for the annual ESGE Research Grant was extremely high this year and I would like to thank the applicants for their hard work. Dr Mihai Ciocirlan and his team from Romania were awarded this year’s grant for their study entitled “Connect your needle to your smartphone to increase EUS FNA diagnostic yield?”. The results from this novel study are keenly awaited.

We look forward to developing the highly anticipated ESGE Days 2018 congress which promises to be an exciting and innovative event. The scientific committee is working hard to develop an expert led programme. To keep up to date with developments visit the congress website.

We wish you all a peaceful and healthy start to the New Year and look forward to seeing you at ESGE events in 2017.

– Professor Thierry Ponchon, ESGE President

    Learn more about ESGE Days    

 

2017 Fellowship grants

Quality in Endoscopy

IBD & Nutrition

March 31 - April 1, 2017
Dublin, Ireland

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get involved with the symposium programme and possibly win an ESGE Travel grant!

Be among the top ten selected submissions to win €500 and free symposium registration. Special registration rates for all other accepted submissions.

Abstract and case presentation submission deadline Sunday, January 22, 2017. Visit the website for more information:

    Visit IBD & Nutrition website    

 

Trends in quality of screening colonoscopy in Austria

Endoscopy choice

Trends in quality of screening colonoscopy in Austria

Elisabeth Waldmann, Irina Gessl, Daniela Sallinger et al.

The study reports the 8-year results of a quality assurance program on screening colonoscopy in Austria from a total of 159 246 examinations performed by 301 endoscopists. A significant increase in adenoma detection rate (ADR) was noted both for men (from 27.6% to 29.2%) and women (from 14.2% to 19.0%). Remarkably the advanced ADR decreased nonsignificantly during the study period, both for men (from 11.4% to 7.6%) and women (from 5.5% to 4.0 %).

    Read more    

 

Amsterdam Live Endoscopy 2016

Meeting highlights

Amsterdam Live Endoscopy 2016

December 19 - 20, 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The focus of this meeting is on demonstration of high quality established endoscopic techniques and at the same time providing a view into the future treatment of our patients with gastrointestinal diseases.

Join the expert faculty in Amsterdam for a top quality, educational congress. Be sure to visit the ESGE booth if you are attending Amsterdam Live Endoscopy this year.

    Read more    

 

Check the ESGE event calendar for  upcoming ESGE events

Check the ESGE event calendar for upcoming ESGE events:

    View ESGE event calendar    

 

ESGE Days - The one you've been waiting for...

 



 

ESGE News May 2016


 


 

 


 


Quality in Endoscopy Upper GI Endoscopy & Neoplasia - ESGE at UEG Week 2016


 


Dear colleague, welcome to our May eNewsletter.

We are pleased to report that the Quality in Endoscopy Upper GI symposium was a resounding success. We are now setting our sights on the next exciting installment of the QinE symposia series, this time taking place in Dublin with the topic of IBD & Nutrition.

Quality in Endoscopy Upper GI Endoscopy & Neoplasia roundup

April 15 - 16, 2016
Berlin, Germany

Mário Dinis Ribeiro, center, and Raf Bisschops, 3rd right, with travel grant winners

The eighth edition of the Quality of Endoscopy symposia series was very well received. Survey results were extremely positive; the quality of the lectures, discussions and interaction were all highly rated. As always, the multidisciplinary aspect of the event was well appreciated.


 


The hands-on training session on Sunday continues to be a very popular aspect of the QinE events

The hands-on training session on Sunday continues to be a very popular aspect of the QinE events and again proved to be a resounding success.

The new Academic Skills Course allowed participants to benefit from intensive expert teaching in a small group environment. We will definitely be integrating this new feature into future Quality in Endoscopy events.


 


Faculty lecture PowerPoint presentations are already available on the Quality in Endoscopy website

Additionally, the lecture recordings will be showcased on the ESGE and UEG online learning platforms. ESGE members and meeting participants will be able to access this information free of charge (all others can view the footage for a small fee).

Meanwhile, faculty lecture PowerPoint presentations are already available on the Quality in Endoscopy website.

    View PowerPoint presentations    

Photos courtesy of Dr Natalia Vidyaeva


 


Quality in Endoscopy Upper GI Endoscopy & Neoplasia

Quality in Endoscopy IBD & Nutrition

March 31 - April 1, 2017
Dublin, Ireland

ESGE is pleased to announce the next Quality in Endoscopy symposium will take place in Dublin, Ireland with the topic of IBD & Nutrition. ESGE is teaming up with ESPEN to bring you a full programme addressing topics such as clinical nutrition, advanced imaging techniques and the gut microbiome. Registration and the call for case presentation and abstract submission will open soon.

We look forward to seeing you to Dublin!

    Further information    


 


UEG Week 2016 - Deadline for early registration May 12, 2016

UEG Week 2016

October 15 - 19, 2016
Vienna, Austria

Deadline for early registration May 12, 2016

UEG Week is the premier venue for researchers from across the globe to present their latest research and combines world class scientific research, invited lectures by leading minds in gastroenterology and an excellent Postgraduate Teaching Programme.

Don’t forget to take advantage of the early bird registration fee which closes next Thursday, May 6.

    REGISTER HERE    


 


Clinicopathological, endoscopic, and molecular characteristics of the

Endoscopy choice

Clinicopathological, endoscopic, and molecular characteristics of the "skirt" - a new entity of lesions at the margin of laterally spreading tumors (FREE ACCESS)

Shozo Osera, Satoshi Fujii, Hiroaki Ikematsu, Hideaki Miyamoto, Yasuhiro Oono, Tomonori Yano, Atsushi Ochiai, Takayuki Yoshino, Atsushi Ohtsu, Kazuhiro Kaneko

Japanese investigators describe and characterize a "new" finding at the edge of rectal laterally spreading lesions, which was termed the "skirt". Other endoscopists may have seen this endoscopic phenomenon and termed it "chicken skinning" or mucosal edema. These lesions tended to be larger compared with lesions without a skirt, were located in the rectum, and contained adenocarcinoma or high grade dysplasia. From a cohort of >1000 lesions, a skirt was seen in 3.4 %. It remains to be determined whether a skirt is part of the pathogenic pathway or more likely an epiphenomenon of advanced disease or location in the rectum.

    Read more    


 


Removal of foreign bodies in the upper gastrointestinal tract in adults: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Clinical Guideline

Guideline of the month

Removal of foreign bodies in the upper gastrointestinal tract in adults: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Clinical Guideline

Michael Birk, Peter Bauerfeind, Pierre H. Deprez, Michael Häfner, Dirk Hartmann, Cesare Hassan, Tomas Hucl, Gilles Lesur, Lars Aabakken, Alexander Meining

This Guideline summarizes currently available data on the management of adult patients after ingestion of foreign bodies. Non-endoscopic or endoscopic measures are recommended, depending on the type of ingested foreign body. Furthermore, if endoscopy is indicated, this guideline gives advice on when the appropriate examinations should be performed and on what devices and tools can be useful.

    Read more    


 


8th Workshop on ESD Expert Training

Meeting highlights

3rd Athens International Symposium 2016 - Gastrointestinal Cancer: Prevention, Recognition & Management

July 8 - 9, 2016
Athens, Greece

The Athens Symposium is a 2-day event with 36 Lectures, 24 Live Demonstrations, and 10 Hands-on Stations, featuring a high-calibre Faculty of 25 world-renowned scientists from 12 countries and 4 continents. It focuses on the prevention, recognition and management of gastrointestinal cancer, the fundamental principles of the core techniques, and innovative demonstrations of the new technologies, including advancements in EUS, ERCP, EMR, ESD, and POEM.

Should you be attending the AIS2016, be sure to pass by the ESGE booth to keep informed about ongoing ESGE activities. ESGE Individual members are encouraged to take advantage of the 20% registration fee reduction.

    Learn More and Register    


 


Check the ESGE event calendar for  upcoming ESGE events

Check the ESGE event calendar for upcoming ESGE events:

    View ESGE event calendar    

 

 

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