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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 and Ireland.
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StevenDWexner MD,PhD,FACS,FRCS(Eng,Ed)Hon(I,Glasg) 14h
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The newsletter out ⭐Featuring⭐ Guidance on mechanical bowel preparation & oral antibiotics Mechanical bowel prep & oral antibiotics
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Delighted to be joined by who will speak on 'Complications during the learning curve' during the Complications session chaired by REGISTER: 👉
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ACPGBI 17h
2020 forms now available for download
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IBD BioResource Feb 20
Congratulations to our Chief Investigator Miles Parkes who will be the new Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre Director, taking over from Prof John Bradley on 1 Apr! Fantastic news!!!!
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Justin Davies Feb 20
Replying to @jshabbir @ACPGBI and 4 others
It’s free to members. It is not lengthy, but clearly needs appropriate governance, patient consent and IT approval. All support for this national IBD-S database and its QI rationale much appreciated
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ACPGBI Feb 20
Pleased to inform you that has extended deadline for application for support of Consultant Members submitting 2020 National Clinical Excellence Awards applications to 28 Feb 10am Accepting applications on 2019 forms
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ACPGBI Feb 20
Delighted to be joined by Hon Sec speaking on 'Unwell post-op... objective assessment & management' during the Complications session chaired by REGISTER: 👉
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Naomi Warner Feb 19
Just in case you haven’t seen the excellent line up for the Oxford chapter of meeting on 6th March in Wycombe Hospital. Don’t forget to register!!
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ACPGBI Feb 19
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Deena Harji Feb 19
Hugely grateful to for providing 👇🏽 🤖 training opportunity to trainees. No limit to which institution/trainer to visit. All applications marked by independent body . Get you application in now!
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ACPGBI Feb 19
Delighted to be joined by Graham Williams Past President speaking on 'Called to help a colleague... managing intra-operative complications' during the Complications session chaired by 👉
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ACPGBI Feb 19
Delighted that the 2020 Lecture at will be given by (Birmingham) on ‘Harnessing the power of the digital revolution for surgical patients’ 👉
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IBDnewcastle Feb 19
📢SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT: Christianne Buskens, surgeon will be joining to talk about 'the appendix in the UC.' BOOK TICKETS HERE:
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ACPGBI Feb 19
Meet our TIME talkers 5️⃣unique & charismatic TIME Talks to provide a completely different perspective on our day jobs Don’t miss these highly inspirational talks 1st TIME talk delivered by on 'Home Sweet FitHome' MORE at
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Kat Baker (née Gash) Feb 18
🌟Robotic Fellowships🌟 Fantastic opportunity to receive up to £5000 funding towards a robotic surgical fellowship Deadline March 1st
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Colorectal Disease Feb 18
Pilonidal Disease Are flaps the best treatment to heal, limit impact on function, and reduce recurrence? Great resources on the youtube channel: Limberg Flap: Keystone Flap:
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ACPGBI Feb 18
We are delighted to be joined by who will speak on "Practicalities & challenges in robotic training" during the Cancer session chaired by 👉
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IBDnewcastle Feb 18
📢SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT: Malcolm Dunlop, Professor will be joining us on the 13th of March. Tickets still available, book here:
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ACPGBI Feb 18
Applying for the 2020 Clinical Excellence Awards Please note the deadline for applications remains on Fri 21 Feb 2020
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