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Archive for December 2018

All about EYE

Have you heard about us yet? We are 12 young endoscopists, all under the age of 35. Together we are the ESGE Young Endoscopist (EYE) working group. Our aim is to help ESGE better manage the needs and expectations of the upcoming generation of endoscopists. We strongly believe that it is crucial for young physicians…

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Join the conversation! The 6th edition of the ESGE webinar series is coming soon!

Join Bas Weusten and Jacques Bergman on Wednesday January 16 at 19:00 (CET) when they will be discussing the ESGE Position Statement on endoscopic management of Barrett’s esophagus. ESGE webinars offer you the opportunity to experience live talks from world leaders in endoscopy and to participate through asking questions online. ESGE webinars are open to…

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Get to know your ESGE – Dr Rodrigo Jover

ESGE is a multifaceted society with active committees and working groups. This month we spoke to Dr Rodrigo Jover, the ESGE Research Committee chair. What are the main goals of the committee? We establish, discuss and promote clinical research studies in digestive endoscopy on a broad European level. Our specific goals are: To promote cooperative…

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