BSPGHAN DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD – call for nominations now closed

BSPGHAN Council thank BSPGHAN members for nominations for the 2021 BSPGHAN Distinguished Service Award. The decision on who will receive the award will be announced at the BSPGHAN Gala Dinner on Thursday 27th January 2022

A call for nominations will be advertised on the BSPGHAN website  in September  each year.  

Please download the full details for eligibility, standards, criteria and selection process.

*A Full or Associate member of BSPGHAN for at least 5 years at the time of nomination.  

Please remember that Honorary Membership may also be conferred by the Society, at the recommendation of Council, upon distinguished colleagues who have made an outstanding contribution to paediatric gastroenterology, whether they be members of the Society or not. Upon retirement, Full Members may apply in writing to the Convenor to become Honorary Members. Honorary Members are not be required to pay the annual subscription fee and do not have voting rights at the Annual General Meeting nor at Special Meetings. 

Best wishes

Sue Protheroe 

President of BSPGHAN 18/8/21 

Paediatric Constipation Study Day- Videos

Paediatric Constipation Study Day- Videos

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

Paediatric Constipation Study Day- Videos

These are a set of videos from the South West Regional Paediatric Constipation Study Day held on 5 January 2022.

NICE Clinical Guideline - Constipation in Children and Young People

Speaker: Dr Eleni Volonaki, consultant paediatric gastroenterologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

What Happens Beyond Primary Care? - Perianal and Rectal Examination

Speaker: Ms Catherine Bradshaw, consultant paediatric surgeon, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

What Happens Beyond Primary Care? - Stimulant Laxatives

Speaker: Dr Anthony Wiskin, consultant paediatric gastroenterologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

What Happens Beyond Primary Care? - Investigations

Speaker: Ms Catherine Bradshaw, consultant paediatric surgeon, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

BSPGHAN Annual Meeting 26th – 28th January 2022 – Important Announcement: Update: New Dates now confirmed 25th – 27th April 2022

Dear members

I trust that you have had a restful festive period. It is with regret to announce that we are postponing the BSPGHAN Annual Meeting that was due to take place 26th -28th January 2022.

The priority is to keep our members and guests well and so we will need to limit social gathering, especially as we are experiencing unprecedented sick leave in our hospitals.

We worked hard to offer a virtual meeting in April 2021 and thank you for supporting that. Since the pandemic started, BSPGHAN has ensured that trainees, associates and members continue their professional development, offering superb online learning and training. A huge thanks to our energetic webmaster, Kwang Yang Lee, trainee supporters and members who have contributed to such a high quality educational series.

So why meet face to face in 2022? 

The pandemic has highlighted the crucial importance of colleagues acting together – in particular, the challenges that span units, regions and nations.  It has also reminded us the importance of working collaboratively and creatively to rethink priorities and shape future care.  

The new date of 25th - 27th April 2022 will, we hope, will offer the chance to get together with confidence. We will provide as much notice as possible so that leave can be booked. Apologies for the inconvenience this has caused to our speakers, chairs, sponsors and those who have submitted abstracts and delegates who have registered – we will honour your registrations. 

Please contact Carla, our administrator if you have queries or require a refund.

Stay well and safe. We anticipate advising you of the new dates within a few weeks.

With best wishes to you and your families and friends for a happy, peaceful and healthy New Year and the same throughout 2022.

Sue Protheroe

BSPGHAN President

BSPGHAN /RCPCH audit launched 16th December 2021

Dear members

I would like to personally thank the PGHAN Audit Steering Group, co chaired by John Fell and Ed Gaynor, Calvin Down from the RCPCH and all colleagues across the UK who have put time and effort into collecting and submitting information for the audit. This work continued to completion during the incredibly challenging circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This report, published jointly by The British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (BSPGHAN) and the RCPCH, highlights the main findings and recommendations identified through an audit of the provision of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition services for infants, children and young people with a wide range of conditions across the UK. Its recommendations offer healthcare professionals and providers expert guidance to drive improvement where needed.

The News page is here :https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/news/paediatricians-launch-landmark-report-gastrointestinal-liver-nutritional-disorders

Download your copy of The PGHAN/Audit report

Download Summaryof the PGHAN/ Audit report

Also see tweets https://twitter.com/RCPCHtweets/status/1471489611054551041

Sue Protheroe
BSPGHAN President 2019 - 2022

CAPGAN/BSPGHAN Webinar – Management of CMPA in a resource limited setting – Dr. R. Mlotha Mitole, Prof. John Matthai and Prof. Wiparat Manuyakorn

CAPGAN/BSPGHAN Webinar – Management of CMPA in a resource limited setting – Dr. R. Mlotha Mitole, Prof. John Matthai and Prof. Wiparat Manuyakorn

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

CAPGAN/BSPGHAN Webinar – Management of CMPA in a resource limited setting – Dr. R. Mlotha Mitole, Prof. John Matthai and Prof. Wiparat Manuyakorn

In this talk the presenters discuss the challenges of Cows Milk Protein Allergy diagnosis and management in resource limited settings: Thailand, India and Kwa Zulu Natal.

Congenital Diarrhoea – Dr Elena Cernat

Congenital Diarrhoea – Dr Elena Cernat

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

Congenital Diarrhoea – Dr Elena Cernat

In this talk Dr Elena Cernat provides an overview of the causes of congenital diarrhoea.

Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis and Genetic Cholestasis – Prof. Richard Thompson

Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis and Genetic Cholestasis – Prof. Richard Thompson

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis and Genetic Cholestasis – Prof. Richard Thompson

In this talk, Prof. Richard Thompson, King's College Hospital, discusses genetic causes of cholestasis. 

IBD Diagnosis and Mis-diagnosis (including mimics) – Part 1 – Prof. David Wilson

IBD Diagnosis and Mis-diagnosis (including mimics) – Part 1 – Prof. David Wilson

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

IBD Diagnosis and Mis-diagnosis (including mimics) – Part 1 – Prof. David Wilson

In part 1 of this talk Prof. David Wilson discusses the diagnosis and different phenotypes of classical poylgenic and atypical polygenic pIBD.

Prognostic and predictive biomarkers in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease – Dr Marco Gasparetto

Prognostic and predictive biomarkers in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease – Dr Marco Gasparetto

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

Prognostic and predictive biomarkers in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease – Dr Marco Gasparetto

In this presentation from the BSPGHAN Research Committee, Dr Marco Gasparetto, discusses prognostic and predictive biomarkers in paediatric IBD.

Imaging Paediatric Liver Masses – Dr Helen Woodley

Imaging Paediatric Liver Masses – Dr Helen Woodley

BSPGHAN Education Series Videos

Imaging Paediatric Liver Masses – Dr Helen Woodley

In this presentation Dr Helen Woodley, consultant paediatric radiologist at Leeds Children's Hospital, gives a comprehensive overview of the radiological evaluation of paediatric liver masses.

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