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The ACPGBI is the 1000 plus surgeons, nurses, and allied professionals who advance the knowledge and treatment of bowel diseases in Britain & Ireland.
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Tracy Hull 11h
My response to the statement. Putting a focus on diversity, inclusion, & justice now with the voice- actively listening, learning, acknowledging & confronting knowledge gaps. Starting with myself.
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Nicola Fearnhead Jun 3
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@ACPGBI 16h
Check out "Colon Capsule Endoscopy in NHS Scotland"
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@ACPGBI 19h
Join us for the South East Thames Chapter on Thu 11 June hosted by Charles Bailey Invited guests Alexis Schiazas Anur Miah Register:
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Deena Harji Jun 2
Personalised treatment is the future of taking into account cancer genetics & patient priorities. You have my vote ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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RCSI Jun 3
Professor Ronan O’Connell elected as new President of RCSI. Professor O’Connell takes up office following the College’s biennial Council Elections. He replaces outgoing President, Mr Kenneth Mealy.
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@ACPGBI Jun 3
Colon capsule endoscopy: an innovative method for detecting colorectal pathology during the COVID‐19 pandemic?
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Helen Mohan Jun 2
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Belle Williams Jun 2
Well that was a enlightening and trail blazing display of well constructed and thoughtful arguments on both sides ... Thank you and for a great debate (excellently chaired by )
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The Dukes' Club Jun 2
We’ve started our Quandries sessions with this stellar cast debating the merits of SCRT in rectal cancer
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Belle Williams Jun 2
puts it all in context for the current clinical climate given the on going pandemic
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Neil Smart Jun 2
This is excellent. A highly recommended video.
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NBOCA Jun 2
**NBOCA 2020/2021 DATASET LIVE** The most up to date NBOCA dataset is now available: .. it includes TWO new dataset items to capture use of taTME and pelvic wall clearance which we expect to provide us with lots of important information.
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@ACPGBI Jun 2
Coronavirus pandemic and colorectal surgery: practical advice based on the Italian experience
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@ACPGBI Jun 1
another ✨star ✨line up this week to discuss Training Challenges & Opportunities with Tim Cook Gill Tierney Reg code from info@acpgbi.org.uk
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@ACPGBI Jun 1
RSM Live Webinars | The Royal Society of Medicine
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@ACPGBI Jun 1
COVID-19 Series: Even more of your questions answered - Episode 18
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Colorectal Disease May 31
June is here. And so is the Special Edition. Catch up with the latest in and :
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Ben Griffiths May 30
An absolute must for those treating rectal cancer. Tune in 7pm BST - Opening round of the 'Cancer Quandaries' series
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Kirsten Boyle May 30
This 👇is the second of the excellent events organised by the ACPGBI Adcanced Malignancy subcommittee and the Dukes’ Club. This Tuesday 7pm BST. Registration is open - book yourselves on!
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