By NZ Gastro Office | Posted: Wednesday February 8, 2023
We have had a few requests to share the following upcoming events.
Webinar on Women in GI: Featuring Women in Leadership, to be held on 22nd February 2023
Building an inclusive community of passionate professionals who foster and promote the involvement and advancement of women in medicine. Global conversations that empower one another and share advice while allowing one to be challenged in a safe, supportive environment also creating strong peer support.
For registration and detailed information:
WGO Climate Change Webinar Series -- March 8th – June 28, 2023
Climate change is a rapidly developing public health crisis with significant implications for digestive health and disease. Physicians, nurses, and all health care providers involved in digestive care, need to understand the challenge we face.
In order to increase awareness and educate health providers, WGO is broadcasting a series of nine interactive Webinars for one hour each, occurring every two weeks from March until June.
They have assembled experts from around the world who are authorities on the subjects that will be presented. We hope that you and your members will find this series very helpful to your practice and to your understanding of the issues. On completion of this course attendees will have a clear understanding of the issues and will be prepared to take positive actions to help adapt to, and mitigate, climate change.
Attendance is free of charge, and we will provide a certificate of completion for those who attend a majority of the sessions. Registration is encouraged as space may be limited. Details of the course are located here: https://www.worldgastroenterology.org/education-and-training/webinars/wgo-climate-course-for-global-gastroenterology
Registration can be done using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sk1ct0SVQ1Gry5no_Sjhdg
Course directors are Profs. Desmond Leddin (Canada),
Guilherme Macedo (Portugal), Geoffrey Metz (Australia), Bishr Omary (USA), Mai
Ling Perman (Fiji) and Andy Veitch (UK).
International Young Endoscopist 2023 Program - International Digestive Endoscopy Network, May 29 to June 10, 2023, in Korea - application deadline closing February 28, 2023
The IYEA program is intended to promote technical advancement and collaboration among young endoscopists. This program has been held annually since 2014, with 306 young international endoscopists from 32 countries having participated so far. The program enables attendees to acquire and develop new advanced knowledge and technical skills in GI endoscopy by clinical training at Korean high-volume centers, which in turn improve patient care.
The IDEN committee will provide financial support of USD 1,500, to participants to cover travel and all incidental expenses. In addition, they will be invited to take part in the ‘Young Endoscopist Forum,’ and the IDEN 2023 registration fee will be reimbursed.
The application deadline for IYEA 2023 is
February 28, 2023. More information can be found atIDEN 2023 or in the documents attached below.