The BSPGHAN Research Committee and the Council are delighted to announce that applications for two 2023 Joint Guts UK-BSPGHAN Awards are now open. Innovative clinical and translational research projects across paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, pancreatology and nutrition are welcome. Successful projects will be awarded 40,000 British pounds each.
Please use the following link to access detailed information about the application process:
Guts UK/BSPGHAN Grants – Guts UK (gutscharity.org.uk)
The closing date will be September 11th.
We look forward to receiving your applications.
The BSPGHAN Research Committee
Dear Friends and Colleagues
Following the success of the regular BSPGHAN intestinal failure and rehabilitation meetings there have been many requests to emanate this for challenging GI cases. Council has agreed to trial this forum. Click here for TOR for the meeting – importantly this is an EDUCATIONAL discussion of cases and is solely advisory with no clinical connotations. Please read the TOR carefully to make this clear.
The first meeting will be 13.00-15.00 on Thursday 13 July. Sunita Ranjani from Sheffield is hosting the first meeting and it is hoped that the hosting responsibility will rotate around the UK. Sunita will send details of how to register for the discussion and to present cases which are challenging within the next few days.
I do hope that as many senior colleagues as possible join the discussions to make this a worthwhile event. I may approach some of you directly to encourage your participation!
Monday 2nd – Wednesday 4th October 2023
Download the flyer for more information (PDF)
This is a unique opportunity to get trained in different techniques of PEG insertion in children.
Venue: International Academy of Endoscopic training, Sheffield
Find out more (PDF)