Meetings and Courses

March 2019

  • Training the Trainer 21-22nd March 2019

    21 March 2019 to 22 March 2019

    Sheffield Children's Hospital

    Training the Trainer At Sheffield Children's Hospital 21st - 22nd March 2019.  For full details click here

May 2019

  • RCPCH and BSPGHAN Joint Study Session

    13 May 2019

    ICC Birmingham

    BSPGHAN is joining forces with the General Paediatricians on Monday 13th May 2019 at the RCPCH Annual Meeting.  These joint sessions have proved highly popular and seats sell out quickly.  Remember to register early to guarantee a place.  For details and registration visit https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/rcpch-conference/how-to-register

June 2019

  • ESPGHAN 2019

    5 June 2019 to 9 June 2019

    SEC Glasgow

    SAVE THE DATE

    ESPGHAN 2019, Glasgow 5th - 9th June SEC Glasgow

October 2019

  • SAVE The DATE Joint BSG and BSPGHAN symposium on on Gastrointestinal disorders in Adolescence and Effective Transition of Care

    4 October 2019

    Sheffield Children's Hospital

    Joint BSG and BSPGHAN symposium on on Gastrointestinal disorders in Adolescence and Effective Transition of Care for   Paediatric and Adult trainees, clinical fellows and speciality doctors with interest in gastroenterology and Allied health care professionals with gastroenterology interest.

    Venue:  Sheffield Children’s Hospital    Registration fee:  Nominal fee will be charged

    Scope of symposium: Comprising a  mixture of talks, clinical case presentations with audience interaction

    1. Transition of young people from paediatric to adult services - Current guidance
    2. How to deliver developmentally age appropriate healthcare (NIHR transition research)
    3. A Young person and/or parents/carer’s insight care delivered in transition period
    4. EoE in the adolescent - Paediatric speaker, adult speaker - joint Q and A
    5. Eating disorder in the adolescent - Paediatric speaker, adult speaker - joint Q and A
    6. Commissioning transitional services  - Speaker from commissioning body
    7. GI/Psychology interface
    8. Clinical case and discussion around transition – Home PN, complex neuro disability and feeding etc

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Understand the current guidance on effective transition and how transitional services can be set up and commissioned
    2. Gain an insight into the management of gastrointestinal conditions affecting adolescents
    3. Develop an understanding of the Young Person’s perspective.