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Guideline of the month – ESGE QIC position statement

Performance measures for small-bowel endoscopy: a European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Quality Improvement Initiative.C. Spada, D. McNamara, E.J. Despott et al. This is the last in a series of five articles describing performance measures developed within the ESGE quality improvement committee during the last four years with the support of UEG. The small-bowel working…

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ESGE Days 2019 Webcasts

ESGE Days 2019 - Thank you

Lectures available to view online for ESGE Individual Members ESGE Days 2019 was jam-packed with presentations delivered by world-renowned experts. With so much going on, planning what to see was not an easy task. However, we have some good news for ESGE members – you can now peruse the scientific programme at your leisure and…

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Don’t forget to join the conversation!

We invite you to take part in our next ESGE webinar with Jacques Devière and Vincent Huberty: When: Wednesday, June 12 at 19:00 (CEST)Topic: ENDOMINA: ESGE days 2019 innovation of the year award Register here

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Keep an EYE on this!

EYE Zone 2019

Between the 4th and 6th of April, Prague was the place to be for all endoscopists! It was from a spectacular panoramic view over the city that the ESGE Young Endoscopists (EYE) working group organized another EYE Zone during ESGE Days 2019. In a spacious, but cozy room, young endoscopists or those just young at…

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ESGE Elections

Governing Board 2019

At the ESGE General Assembly meeting in Prague, on April 4, 2019 elections were held for the upcoming term for the ESGE governing board and committee chairs. Professor Mario Dinis-Ribeiro took up the reins as ESGE president and is happy to welcome the newly elected ESGE member society and individual member councillors to the board.…

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Thank you for a great Days…

ESGE Days 2019 - Thank you

Almost 2,700 participants from 97 countries took part in ESGE Days 2019 and made it an outstanding meeting dedicated to everything endoscopy. We are looking back at 3 intensive days of scientific advances, high-quality sessions and discussions with the most acclaimed international experts in a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. A huge THANK YOU to…

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Massimo Crespi: A tribute in memoria

A teacher who has contributed to the development of modern medicine, science and humanity I met Massimo Crespi in 1968 and I began, because of him, to be interested in digestive endoscopy. We organized the 2nd World Congress of Digestive Endoscopy in 1970 in Rome. From this date on we continued to work together in…

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ESGE Days 2019 Abstract issue is out!

We were extremely excited to have received 1,081 scientific abstract submissions from 66 countries for our 2019 congress. Thank you to everyone for submitting their abstracts, and your interest in being part of ESGE Days 2019. This year we have decided to publish all the abstracts in digital format. It is my pleasure to present…

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