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AUGIS promotes the establishment of high quality training programmes throughout the UK as a fundamental component of its activities. We work towards improving the delivery, the results and outcome of conditions of the oesophagus, stomach, duodenum, pancreas, liver and biliary tract requiring surgical treatment…. Learn More »

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Abstract submission for the DDF:

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Consultant Outcomes Publication 2014

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AHP report from Brighton

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http://www.augis.org/brighton-2014-report/


Report and photos from the Brighton meeting

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http://www.augis.org/augis-scientific-meetings/ 

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DDF 2015 Registration now open

The 2nd Digestive Disorders Federation conference will take place 22 – 25 June 2015 in London ExCel

Visit the DDF 2015 website: www.ddf2015.org.uk

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You can find out more about the programme by visiting the website www.ddf2015.org.uk . Please remember to confirm that you are an AUGIS / BOMSS member on registration, so that you can benefit from the discount available for AUGIS / BOMSS members.

  • Abstract submission deadline: 27 February 2015
  • Earlybird registration deadline: 20 March 2015

President’s Message

Fulfilling our goals in science and practice

 “The object of the Association shall be the advancement of the science and practice of upper gastrointestinal surgery.”

i_beckinghamAs I start my two-year tenancy as President of AUGIS I am minded to look at the underlying objectives of the society laid out in our constitution to ensure that we are fulfilling these goals. The NHS is once again at the forefront of the national news – and performance both in terms of cost and outcomes is rightly demanded from us. One of the duties of AUGIS is to ensure that we are setting and meeting high standards and are training future surgeons to deliver care in UGI surgery to the very highest standards.

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