Postgraduate Teaching Programme (PGT)
October 10-11, 2020
The UEG Week PGT offers two days of excellent Continuing Medical Education per year. The programme focuses on the relevance for the clinical day-to-day business and provides profound updates of latest developments in GI and hepatology topics.
The PGT follows a 3-year curriculum, which is based on recommendations of the ESBGH Curriculum – The Blue Book. It covers all major topics in GI and hepatology, split into a 2-days educational programme per year.
The PGT programme focuses on the relevance for the clinical day to-day business and includes interactive audience voting, tricky clinical cases, controversial debates and exciting video cases.
Delegates can start the curriculum at any year of the cycle and will receive a certificate once they have completed all three years. 2020 is year 1 of the curriculum!
PGT recordings and syllabus
Recordings and syllabus contributions of past PGT presentations are available online in the UEG Library. Simply sort by category “Postgraduate Teaching“, select the year of your interest and choose the format ”syllabus contribution” or “presentation” to find and view the contributions of your interest.
Browse the syllabus contributions at ueg.eu/syllabus.
The Postgraduate Teaching Programme is designed to best suit the needs of these delegates:
- Field of practice: Gastroenterologists in training and in practice; established GI physicians and general practitioners with an interest in GI & hepatology topics
- Career level: Fellows in training, established doctors (except top experts, specialists, researchers)
- Age: No age restriction
- PGT registration required! Find out more
Scientific Committee, Programme & Faculty
M +43 699 1997 16 42
T +43 1997 1639
UEG Week 2020
Special fee for AHPs including nurses
Allied health professionals benefit from our special fee and experience UEG Week unlimited.
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