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Nieuwsbrief - Juni 2017


Nieuwsbrief - Juni 2017 


UEG Journal Newsletter

June 2017

Read the June issue for recent advances in digestive health

Read about the latest research in gastroenterology in the new UEG Journal June issue! It contains multi-disciplinary articles in basic and translational science featuring the following highlights selected by Editor in chief Jan Tack:

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E-learning in gastroenterology—What have we learned so far?

Have a look at the UEG News article by Tomer Adar and find out more about the experience we have made in E-learning so far. Additionally, you get a glimpse of future activities and a short guide for using UEG E-learning resources for personal development and departmental benefit.

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Be our next UEG Journal Best Paper Award winner

With this award we recognise the first-named author of the best original scientific research, published in UEG Journal in the past year. You are welcome to submit your article to UEG Journal and become an awardee for the next UEG Journal Best Paper Award.

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 Nieuwsbrief - Mei 2017


UEG Newsletter

May 2017

Join us on World Digestive Health Day!

Let's raise awareness on IBD together

The focus of this year's World Digestive Health Day is on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and on increasing the understanding of how IBD affects one’s daily life. Our video shows that life with IBD can be challenging. This chronic disease often begins early with symptoms having a major impact on daily life.

Follow the IBD journey by watching the video and sharing it with your colleagues!

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Join the #IBDtalk tomorrow, featuring expert Charlie Lees!

Take part in our Twitter Chat on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) tomorrow, May 30, at 20:30 CET. IBD expert Charlie Lees answers questions and engages in debate and discussion on the subject.

To join the chat, use the hashtag #IBDtalk

 

 

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UEG press release tackles child safety risk

A new study highlights that children suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are not meeting the daily recommended intake of calcium and vitamin D. Research identified that only 26.6% and 21.3% of paediatric IBD patients were achieving the current recommended intake for calcium and vitamin D respectively.
Share the press release in your society and country.

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Nieuwsbrief - Mei 2017 


UEG Week Newsletter

May 2017

Make sure to join clinicians and researches from Europe and around the world gathering for the 25th UEG Week in Barcelona!

Don't miss the early bird deadline! Registering by May 18 saves you up to 280€, when attending UEG Week and the Postgraduate Teaching Programme together. Good news for young and aspiring doctors: Dedicated rates for fellows and trainees make attendance even more affordable! Our anniversary meeting, the 25th UEG Week, is Europe's largest GI meeting and one of the top meetings worldwide. Register now and spare your travel budget

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Check out what the anniversary programme offers for your interest

Again the opening session features the top research results in 2017 and a major theme of this year is the implementation of guidelines to clinical practice.
Reasons enough to stay until Wednesday: a special anniversary session covering advances in GI in the past 25 years, that's right before our popular wrap-up sessions summarising the most important advances of each field of digestive health in 2017.

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Choose from a variety of hotel rooms reserved for delegates 

Our official housing agency has rooms available in various hotels and in a price range that fits your personal requirements. The venue can be reached from all hotels by public transport.

To secure all benefits, make sure to book rooms only via our authorised housing partner Mondial Congress & Events.

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ESGENA conference brings together GI & endoscopy nurses 

The 21st ESGENA conference provides an excellent platform for strong networking and the exchange of information among nurses. Educational structures include the development of curricula, standards & guidelines as well as the establishment of grants:

 

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UEG Newsletter

May 2017

Let's raise awareness together: May is Digestive Health Month!

This May, we are organising the second Digestive Health Month, aiming to raise awareness of a range of gastrointestinal diseases. There are a number of key awareness events and initiatives during May and we will share the latest information and statistics from the digestive health arena through a variety of resources. 

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Join our Twitter chat on IBD and discuss with the experts !

On May 30, we will conduct a World Digestive Health Day Twitter Chat on IBD, where leading experts will answer questions and engage in debate on the topic. Everyone is invited to participate in the chat and encouraged to send in their questions and comments using the hashtag #IBDtalk.

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Email: office@ueg.eu

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