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July 2019

 

Congratulations to Liat Gutin for the best paper published in 2018!

 

Liat Gutin will receive the award as first author of the winning article "Fecal microbiota transplant for Crohn disease: A study evaluating safety, efficacy, and microbiome profile" during the 2nd part of the Opening Session at UEG Week Barcelona 2019. She is a physician based in San Francisco, California and attended undergraduate university and medical school at the University of Maryland and graduated Summa Cum Laude.

 

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Hot weather - hot stuff to read!

 

Europe is currently facing a heatwave with record-breaking temperatures. Let's head to a shady place and read the hottest GI articles in the UEG Journal July issue, focusing on biologics' switching: new insights toward establishing practice norms.

Out now: UEG Journal Impact Factor 2018 3.453.

 

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Future research demands of UEG and its member societies

 

The results of the conducted survey aim to initiate and stimulate collaborative research efforts to support UEG Member Societies facilitating digestive health research in Europe. Its purppse is also to increase EU-funded digestive health research by providing evidence and advice to funding bodies on priority areas.

 

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UEG Journal is on Twitter!!

 

Stay informed with high-level research in gastroenterology, hepatology and related fields. Follow @UEGJournal and you will never miss exciting UEG Journal articles!

 

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May 2019

 

UEG and Member Societies must act now! There is not a moment to lose!

 

The key focus of Digestive Health Month is the link between nutrition and digestive health. Together with Member Societies and other stakeholders UEG has developed a thought-leadership report with key data such as EU obesity rates and the link between diet and digestive cancers.
Please share the report within your membership and network to join forces in delivering improved nutrition across Europe to reduce the chronic disease burden 

 

 

CRC screening across Europe: Updated leaflet with latest figures 

 

 

 

Evidence shows that screening for colorectal cancer reduces incidence and mortality rates. However, screening programmes vary vastly across Europe. To promote screening across Europe, share these valuable information materials: 
 

 

 

 

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UEG Week Newsletter

May 2019

 

Save some money to spend in Barcelona!

 

Early bird deadline for UEG Week Barcelona 2019, October 19-23, is approaching fast! 

May 16 saves you up to € 280, when attending the UEG Week Congress Programme and the Postgraduate Teaching Programme together.

Search the UEG Week online programme to find out which sessions await you.

 

NEW! Special fee for Allied Healthcare Professionals (AHCPs) in gastroenterology

 

Good news for AHCPs and nurses: For the first time UEG offers reduced fees to attend the full UEG Week programme for only € 250 including a dedicated nurse programme. Spread the word among your colleagues!

 

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Young GI Lounge - A meeting place for young doctors!

 

 

The Young GI Network provides young delegates with the opportunity to exchange ideas with top speakers and senior experts, network with peers and get career tips and guidance from mentors. Students and fellows in training register for UEG Week at special fees!

 

 

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Learn how to base your clinical practice on scientific findings

 

The Evidence-based Medicine Course deals with all aspects of EBM during a weekend of interactive, face-to-face teaching. The skills acquired from such training can assist you in a lifetime of posing and answering clinical questions, using the best available evidence. The course is held during UEG Week 2019 from October 19-20 in Barcelona!

 

 

 

 


UEG Newsletter

May 2019

   

This May, UEG will celebrate the fourth annual Digestive Health Month in order to raise awareness of chronic digestive diseases. Look out for sharable content on social media throughout the month and also mark key awareness days taking place in May; including International Coeliac Day, World IBD and World Digestive Health Day. The theme for this year’s World Digestive Health Day, taking place on the 29 May, is ‘early diagnosis and treatment of GI cancer’. UEG supports the organiser of the day, the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) and will be sharing collateral relating to digestive cancers throughout the day.

 

Another key focus for Digestive Health Month will be on the link between nutrition and digestive health and UEG will produce a thought-leadership report to highlight key data such as EU obesity rates and the link between diet and digestive cancers.

 

 

To keep up with Digestive Health Month, follow us on Twitter on @my_ueg and track the discussion with the hashtag #DigestiveHealthMonth.

 

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UEG calls on policy makers to tackle the burden of digestive diseases

 

Each year, all across Europe, digestive diseases lead to the death of one million people of all ages. Moreover, poor dietary habits, heavy alcohol consumption and the rise in obesity, are all linked to the growth of chronic digestive diseases. However, all these factors are preventable through the right lifestyle changes, which can ultimately decrease the incidence of chronic digestive diseases. Determined to prioritise digestive health on EU’s future agenda, UEG is launching a manifesto to advance the treatment and prevention of digestive diseases.

 

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April 2019

 

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European Elections 2019 - Manifesto on Digestive Health

 

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With the European elections around the corner, UEG has launched a Manifesto on Digestive Health. The European Elections will mark a fresh start for the EU’s political leadership and set forth a new EU agenda. Determined to prioritise digestive health on EU’s future agenda, UEG’s Manifesto brings up the key issues of common concern for the GI community. Access the manifesto in English and other languages on our website.

We salute European Patients Forum (EPF) Manifesto for sending a strong message on having health as an EU policy priority-call on which we act together. EPF is an umbrella organisation, acting as the common voice of European patients.

 

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Nutrition and Digestive Health – the theme of Digestive Health Month

 

Digestive Health Month, an educational and awareness raising campaign, will take place in May. This year’s theme will be ‘Nutrition and Digestive Health, the focus of a thought-leadership report to be produced by UEG on this occasion. Honouring WGO’s World Digestive Health Day celebrated on May 29 and dedicated to “Early Diagnosis and Treatment of GI Cancer”, UEG will also update the Colorectal cancer screening leaflet.

Join our campaign by using #DigestiveHealthMonth on Twitter!

 

 

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