Tuesday 26 September at 1pm (AEST), WH&Y with clinical researcher Dr Neda Karimi exploring the most effective ways clinicians can communicate with their adolescent patients.
The 16th NZSG IBD symposium was held in sunny Hamilton on the weekend of 25-26 of August.
Another successful introduction to Endoscopy course has been delivered by Dr Judy Huang with team of experienced faculties.
NZSG Facilitators held another well received Train the Colonoscopy Trainer course in August.
The NZSG-NZgNC Annual Scientific Meeting registration is now open.
The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to 5.00pm Friday 18 August.
The Organising Committee of the 12th Asian Pacific Topic Conference (APTC) 2023 on Gut Microbiota being held on 19 & 20 August has graciously offered Fifteen Complimentary Registrations to NZSG members to attend the Conference virtually.
The annual gastroenterology trainees’ day was held over two days at the Grand Millennium Hotel in April with 24 registrars from across Aotearoa coming together for educational talks, networking and learning
The Exec would like to let members know with COVID restrictions almost non-existent anymore there are face to face meetings happening locally and around the world
The premiere event of every year for the NZSG calendar was another great gathering in 2022.
In 2022, over 23 Advanced Trainees attended. Tautoko to Gastroenterology departments across the country for their support of this valuable educational opportunity, despite a busy time for us all.
NZ specific advice including Delta variant can be found here . This is regularly updated with guidance material for NZ based Gastroenterologists and Endoscopists