Welcome to the British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (known as BSPGHAN), the national, professional and academic society which represents specialty colleagues working for infants, children and young people with digestive and liver disorders.
WHO WE ARE
BSPGHAN is a society that brings together colleagues from a range of professional disciplines and is recognised by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) as the society responsible for this field of paediatric medicine.
BSPGHAN’s membership is renowned for its friendliness and inclusivity. Membership stands at around 500 members, comprising consultants and specialist trainees in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition; affiliated health care professionals such as specialist dieticians, nurses, pharmacists, clinical psychologists and scientists. This breadth of membership is a great benefit to the society and the wide range or professionals serve to represent our models of care for families. BSPGHAN has Professional groups and Working Parties to advocate for the key issues that our patients face.
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BSPGHAN Virtual Annual Meeting 27th – 29th April 2021
On behalf of the organising committee we thank you for making the BSPGHAN Virtual Annual Meeting 27th – 29th April 2021 a success.
We are pleased to inform you that all recordings from the annual meeting are now available via the Conference Portal. Posters and videos will be available until 1 August 2021. – the link is available via the Conference Portal.
Attendance certificates are also available on the same page. Please note- you will need to be logged in to see the download link.
BSPGHAN 2021 Organising Committee
News and Updates
Dear members Further to advice issued on 20 January 2021 https://bspghan.org.uk/children-who-are-cev-vaccination-advice , the RCPCH has issued advice on clinical eligibility of children and young people for COVID-19 vaccines in phase 1 of the vaccination programme...
This is a recording of the talk delivered by Professor Dino Hadzic, professor of paediatric hepatology at King's College Hospital, on 2 October 2020. Video editing by David Wands.
Dear members Children who are CEV & vaccination advice Following our involvement in the development of the College's advice on children and young people who are clinically extremely vulnerable, I would like to highlight the College's recent statement on the...
BSPGHAN Council are delighted to announce that we have consolidated an affiliation with Frontline Gastroenterology. FG is an official publication of the British Society of Gastroenterology and is a companion journal to Gut and BMJ Open Gastroenterology. Frontline...
Dear members, Please accept our very best wishes for 2021 to you all from all on BSPGHAN council.As we enter the third national lockdown, with surges of cases of the new variant of Covid19 and rates of transmission high nationally, government has issued guidance on...
Dear members Wishing you all good health and companionship in the festive season. 2020 has been especially difficult for so many families, organisations and our social and healthcare. The year has however been notable for positivity - the many acts of kindness...
This is a recording of the talk delivered by Professor Christopher Duggan, consultant paediatric gastroenterologist at Boston Children's Hospital and the medical director of the Center for Advanced Intestinal Rehabilitation, on 28 October 2020. This video will be open...
This is a recording of the talk delivered by Professor Mark Beattie, consultant paediatric gastroenterologist at Southampton Children's Hospital, on 2 December 2020. Video editing by KYL.
This is a recording of the talks delivered by Dr Lakshmi Selvarajan, consultant paediatric gastroenterologist at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, and Dr Chayarani Kelgeri, consultant paediatric hepatologist at Birmingham Children's Hospital at the trainees'...
President Report 9th November: BSPGHAN COVID-19 – guidance on clinically extremely vulnerable children and young people
COVID-19 - guidance on clinically extremely vulnerable children and young people More evidence has emerged that shows there is a very low risk of children becoming very unwell from COVID-19, even for children with existing health conditions. Most children originally...
Speaker: Sue Protheroe, Birmingham Children's Hospital To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IG5hbTszRWa4Np7GCCoxZw Please note, this session starts at 1pm.
Download At A Glance Programme To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nLziG_0_SuuViqBlfsmmlg