European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

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National Society Membership

ESGE Dual Membership

In 2008, Dual Membership was initiated by Professor Jacques Dèviere during his presidency and the first member society to cooperate with ESGE was the Belgian Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (BSGIE). As of 2015, ESGE and eleven societies share dual membership cooperation.

Member Society Benefits

  • The annual national society membership fee waived if more than 20 members join ESGE as Individual Members
  • Permission to translate ESGE guidelines in coordination with ESGE
  • Involvement of your society members on ESGE guideline
  • Additional presence of your society at UEG Week through visibility at the ESGE Learning Area
  • Distribution of your society flyers / brochures etc. at ESGE booths (approx 12 per year)
  • Distribution of your society current events (change of board, …) via the ESGE eNewsletter and via ESGE newsletter on the journal Endoscopy
  • Posting your congresses / workshops on the ESGE event calendar

Individual Member Benefits

  • Substantially reduced registration fee for ESGE organized events
  • 20% registration fee reduction to ESGE endorsed workshops
  • ESGE eLearning free of charge
  • Eligibility for ESGE Fellowship grants: Application available to members under 40 years of age. This program includes not only basic training but also hands-on training at ESGE host units
  • Eligibility for ESGE Research grants: Application available for three ESGE research grants per year
  • ESGE Research activities: Members are encouraged to take part in research projects
  • ESGE Guidelines: Members are regularly updated on ongoing guidelines and those interested are encouraged to be actively involved
  • Access to the members’ area of the ESGE website

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