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19th AUGIS Annual Scientific Meeting

21 – 23 September 2016

The Royal Armouries, Leeds

The 19th AUGIS Annual Scientific Meeting will take place on the 22nd & 23rd September 2016, with a Training Day for Surgical Trainees on the Wednesday 21st September.

Registration is now open.

Please visit the meeting microsite for further information. 




President’s Message

Looking ahead to Leeds – and AUGIS continues to building its professional standing


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It has been another busy year for AUGIS – following on from the DDF in Summer 2015 we enjoyed the BOMSS meeting in Cardiff and the GBIHPBA meeting in Chesford Grange – both sell-outs with very positive feedback from attendees. In addition, Ashraf Rasheed hosted an AUGIS Wales meeting largely based around OG topics and Mark Taylor an AUGIS Ireland meeting with a variety of topics including the popular symposium on bile duct injuries and prevention of complications of lap choles.

The Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) will be held at the Leeds Armories on 22-23 September (www.augis.org/2016conference/) preceded by a training day on Wednesday, 21 September (www.augis.org/2016conference/registration/). 

The programme is packed with something for everyone including