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Previous Annual meetings:  Prize winners, programmes

BSPGHAN Annual Meeting 25th - 27th April 2022 ePosters

Posters for the 36th Annual Meeting 25th - 27th April 2022 meeting may be viewed here:  Please take opportunity to visit the posters at the meeting and take opportunity to discuss these with the authors


 

G7 Use of oral gut decontamination in a level 3

G8 An Evaluation of a Virtual Workshop for Young People with Anxiety and Physical Symptoms

G9 Weight-based prescribing of thiopurines may not accurately optimise metabolite levels in the safe and therapeutic range: A paediatric IBD study

G12 Service Improvement in the Gastroenterology and Nutrition Team

G15 The use of pyloric EndoFLIP to assess response to Botulinum Toxin injection in Children

G17 A single centre experience of adopting the EPSGHAN 2020 coeliac guidelines Version 2

G20 An Unusual Presentation of Megacystis-Microcolon-Intestinal-Hypoperistalsis Syndrome.

G21 Primary Small Bowel Malignancy in Paediatrics - A Case Report

G22 A Case Report of a Primary Small Bowel Malignancy in Paediatrics.

G 23 Overlapping Clinical Profiles when Juvenile

G27 Efficacy of a shorter bowel prep regime trialled during constraints from COVID19

G30 Psychosocial interventions for the treatment of Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders in Children A systematic review and meta-analysis

G 31Treatments for intractable constipation in childhood A Cochrane systematic review

IBD 3Weight-based prescribing of thiopurines may not accurately optimise metabolite levels in the safe and therapeutic range: A paediatric IBD study

IBD 5 Outcome of Perianal Fistulising Crohn’s Disease in Children at a Tertiary Referral Centre

IBD 7 A review of the factors affecting remission rates in a tertiary paediatric IBD cohort

IBD 12 Inflammatory bowel disease and chronic granulomatous disease A case report

L1 Unusual Presentation of Gilbert's Syndrome

L2 Efficacy and Safety Outcomes With Odevixibat in Children With Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis Due to Deficiencies in Multidrug Resistance Protein 3 (PFIC Type 3) or Myosin 5B (PFIC Type 6)

L3 Effects on Serum Bile Acids, Pruritus, and Safety With Up to 72 Weeks of Odevixibat Treatment Pooled Data From the PEDFIC 1 and PEDFIC 2 Studies in Children With Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis

L6 Morbidity associated with Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 (PH1) following liver transplantation an aid for counselling of families

N1 Nutritional Support Is Required in the Majority of Patients with CHARGE Syndrome 10-year Data from a Single Tertiary Centre


 

 

 

Previous Annual Meeting Prize Winners

2020 Brighton 

Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Robert Hegarty
Sean Devane Memorial - Dr Kornilia Nikaki

Best Poster Prize - Ms Amanda Harvey

Dr Falk Awards- Dr Rulla Al-Araji and Dr Konstantinos  

2019 Oxford

Alex Mowat Prize - Joost van Haastereen, PhD Student
Sean Devane Memorial - Dr Chris Bakewell
Best Poster - Eleni Athanasakos
Dr Falk Award - Annette Mulcahy

2018 Leeds
Alex Mowat Prize -   David Wands
Sean Devane Memorial –  Natasha Burgess
Best Poster –  Dr Ozan Hanci
Dr Falk Award - Dr Sik Yong

2017 Glasgow
Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Suzanne Davison
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Neil Chanchlani
Best Poster –  Chris Smith

2016 Bristol
Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Nicola Ruth
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Yunghi  Koh
Best Poster –  Martin Lister

2015 Stratford upon Avon
Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Mona Abdel-Hady
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Kelsey Jones
Best Poster – Ms Sarah Maconald and Dr Katherine Fawbert
Best PICO Presentation - Dr Huey Miin Lee

2014 London
Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Vandana Jain
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Ed Giles
Best Poster – Dr Bradley Keller

2013 Manchester
Alex Mowat Prize - Dr Protima Amon
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Lisa Whyte
Best Poster – Dr Rana Bitar

2012 Nottingham
Alex Mowat Prize – Mark Goddard
Sean Devane Memorial – Anna Gregory
Challenging Case – Dr Lisa Whyte
Best Poster – Ms Hannah Williamson

2011 Edinburgh
Alex Mowat Prize – Dr Paul Henderson
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Emer Fitzpatrick
Best Poster – Ms Helen French

2010 Liverpool
Alex Mowat Prize – Dr Emer Fitzpatrick
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Rachael Taylor
Best Poster Presentation – Dr Paul Henderson

2009 Sheffield
Alex Mowat Prize – Dr Johan van Limbergen
Sean Devane Memorial – Dr Jenny Epstein
Best Allied Health Professional – Ms Jackie Falconer

2008 Southampton
Alex Mowat Prize – Dr Andrew Barclay
Best Abstract Presentation – Ms Elaine Buchanan
Best Presentation – Dr Sherina Ross

Previous Annual Programmes

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