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Training Support

A central element of our work is helping to fund innovative educational programmes, as well as international scientific cooperations.

Each year we support a range of activities and projects and call for our Member Societies to partner up and apply for financial support.

Application is open until April 20, 2016.

Types of supported activities

With this support, UEG funds educational programmes in form of onsite meetings, courses, workshops, symposia or other educational events from all UEG Member Societies. We aim to endorse teaching activities in which attendees will be taught the management of gastroenterological diseases to improve the standard of care.

We support such activities with up to € 25,000 covering up to 100% of the total costs.

Application deadline for meetings organised in 2017: April 20, 2016

Participation & Application

Interested societies are urged to read the conditions and requirements before submitting an application: 

Conditions and requirements for the support of meetings.

I certify that I have read and understood the conditions for application. If any information is falsified, my application will be disqualified.


Training Support in 2016

Supported Long-term projects

This interdisciplinary and educationally innovative project with a long-term vision in the field of digestive diseases will receive up to € 100,000 within 3 years:

Supported Educational activities in 2016

The following educational programmes will receive up to € 25,000 for high quality multi- and interdisciplinary teaching in Europe:

Supported long-term projects in 2015

These interdisciplinary and educationally innovative projects with a long-term vision in the field of digestive diseases receive up to € 100,000 within 3 years:

  • International Gastrointestinal Motility and Function Working Group (ESNM, ESCP, Turkish National Society & BSG)
  • Fit for the future in Gastroenterology (EAGEN & EHMSG)

Supported educational activities in 2015

The following educational programmes received up to € 25,000 for high quality multi- and interdisciplinary teaching in Europe:

  • Quality in Endoscopy ERCP & EUS (ESGE, EASL & ESGAR)
  • Hepatobiliary, pancreatic and GI tract neoplasms: a multidisciplinary imaging approach (ESGAR & ESDO)
  • 9th EDS Postgraduate Course Riga, Latvia (EDS & EFISDS)
  • Quality in Endoscopy Colonoscopy & colonic neoplasms (ESGE & ESDO)
  • “Burning issues in Pancreatology” (EFISDS & EPC)
  • ESPGHAN Endoscopy Summer School 2015 (ESPGAN & ESGE)
  • ESPGHAN Nutrition Summer School 2015 (ESPGHAN)
  • CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY AND PRENEOPLASTIC CONDITIONS IN   GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY (EAGEN & EHMSG)
  • Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (EAGEN)
  • Modern Society lifestyle, nutrition and GI disorders (EAGEN & EHMSG)
  • XXVIIIth International Workshop on Helicobacter and microbiota in chronic digestive inflammation (EHMSG & ESPGHAN)

Recordings of most activities will be available in the UEG Education library

Contact

UEG Education Committee
Julia Kasper
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j.kasper@remove-this.medadvice.co.at

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