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Education Committee 

The Education Committee reinforces UEG as the main provider and leading actor in advanced postgraduate training in gastroenterology, hepatology and Endoscopy.

It endorses current and develops additional mechanisms for basic science and evidence based medicine to link into clinical gastroenterology and teaching. It aims for further developing effective training tools and new teaching formats to meet the learning requirements of the future and, by this, enhances quality of teaching in Europe.

Education Committee, February 2014

Chair Education Committee 

Marco Bruno

University Medical Center Rotterdam
Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology

s-Gravendijkwal 230 
3015 Rotterdam
The Netherlands

m.bruno@remove-this.erasmusmc.nl

Education Committee Members

Regina Beets-Tan, The Netherlands (ESGAR)

Güralp Ceyhan, Germany (EPC)

Mário Dinis Ribeiro, Portugal (ESGE) 

Lorenzo D'Antiga, Italy (ESPGHAN)

Jean-Francois Dufour, Switzerland (EASL)

Mark Fox, United Kingdom (ESNM)

Helmut Friess, Germany (EDS) 

Najib Haboubi, United Kingdom (ESCP)

László Herszényi, Hungary (National Societies Representative)

Ian Jenkins, United Kingdom (EFISDS)

Peter Malfertheiner, Germany (EHSG)

Mario Morino, Italy (EAES)

Jean Muris, The Netherlands (ESPCG)

Charles Murray, United Kingdom (Independent)

Jaroslaw Regula, Poland (EAGEN)

Gijs R. van den Brink, The Netherlands (Independent)

Janneke van der Woude, The Netherlands (ECCO)

Jean-Luc Van Laethem, Belgium (ESDO)

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