ESGE Days 2023 - Accepted abstracts

Advancing endoscopy. Forging connections. Dublin, Ireland, 20.–22.04.2023

Welcome Message

Dear colleagues in endoscopy,

It is my honour to welcome you to the ESGE Days 2023 abstract supplement and invite you to browse the exciting research and developments in endoscopy that we are proud to present.

I am thrilled that we received 1,289 abstract submissions from 55 countries this year, breaking all previous submission records. After the success of ESGE Days last year in Prague there has been a sense of excitement in all our planning for Dublin, and we feel that this response confirmed to us that the ‘Days’ is an established global platform to share the best endoscopy research in Europe and beyond! A heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who submitted. It is showcasing your research and clinical practice that is at the heart of our meeting and we remain indebted to you sharing your science with the ESGE Days community.

For ESGE Days 2023, we have encouraged the submissions of case reports and will be highlighting the best of these onsite in Dublin. These everyday practical scenarios complement the research provided by larger studies.

This year we will also be featuring Poster Tours in Dublin. In addition to those abstracts selected for oral presentations, the Poster Tours give exposure to additional abstracts of interest and an opportunity to engage with the authors in person.

‘Behind the scenes’ of this publication is a dedicated team. I am grateful to the Scientific Committee, whose work on the abstract review process, as well as the creation of the scientific programme is no easy feat! As we experience public sector strikes, the energy crisis, and ever-increasing strains on healthcare providers across Europe and beyond, for these physicians to continue to dedicate their precious time to further the field of endoscopy is deserving of gratitude from all of us.

At ESGE Days our mission is to advance endoscopy and forge connections, so I look forward to embracing the famous spirit of Irish hospitality and meeting you in person in Dublin to collaborate, network, and work towards a bright future for the field we share a passion for!

Your ESGE Scientific Committee Chair,

Professor Marianna Arvanitakis

Marianna Arvanitakis

Published online: 04.2023 | Endoscopy 2023; 55; s 02
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