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Trainee Masterclass in Upper GI Surgery
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AUGIS Trainee Masterclass in
Upper GI, HPB and Bariatric Surgery
Thursday 1 and Friday 2 October 2015, Park Plaza Hotel, Nottingham
A two-day intensive teaching course covering UGI ISCP syllabus and current management guidelines aimed at surgical trainees (ST3-8) and newly appointed consultants
For more information and to register, please visit: www.augist.org/augis-training-day-2015
Or contact the AUGIS office: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com or call 020 7304 4773 / 0207 304 4786
Faculty: Leading UK experts including past and present AUGIS Council
Programme highlights include:
Key HPB, OG & Bariatric ISCP curriculum topics
FRCS viva practice
Parallel session for post FRCS trainees with consultant job advice
Key UGI trials
Technical advice sessions
Interactive MDT with trainee participation
Places limited to 60. Registration cost: £100 – includes overnight accommodation (Thursday 1 October), all meals and refreshments, Dinner and course reading material
A busy autumn is already beckoning!
At the end of June AUGIS took part in the second Digestive Diseases Federation at the ExCel Centre in London. The meeting was once again very successful in terms of overall attendance (in excess of 4,000 people attended for one or more days) and content with some excellent Plenary session talks and joint AUGIS sessions with ACP and BSG.
AUGIS member attendance was significantly less than at our usual annual meetings and we will be looking at the results of a survey and assessing the financial implications of this meeting before making a decision on whether or not AUGIS takes a full part in the planned 2018 DDF meeting.
Elsewhere, AUGIS Council members have been busy in the compilation of various guidance documents. In March, a joint document on “The Future of Emergency General Surgery” was agreed with ASGBI and ACP as the main stakeholders in the provision of the future Emergency Surgery service.