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Please read below the latest ACPGBI news stories:

Using Colon Capsule Endoscopy (CCE) to manage low to intermediate risk patients on a lower GI two week wait pathway

In June 2020, Clinical guidance on triaging patients with lower GI symptoms was published. This guidance supported the use of Colon Capsule Endoscopy (CCE) in patients with NG12 specified symptoms and a Faecal Immunochemical test (FIT) result of... Read more

Post-Colonoscopy Colorectal Cancer (PCCRC)

Rollout of a National Audit of Post-Colonoscopy Colorectal Cancers (PCCRCs) in England will begin in September 2021. In the last 20 years the colonoscopy service in England has made huge strides but there is always room for improvement. The PCCRC... Read more

MHRA Register of Experts- Colorectal/ General Surgeons URGENTLY REQUIRED

The MHRA Register of Experts urgently require colorectal surgeons to join their expert register and request members to join the MHRA Register of Experts by way of an urgent appeal. As the UK Competent Authority for medical devices, it is... Read more

New ACPGBI  Intestinal Failure Subcommittee

This is a new ACPGBI committee and we are trialing an anonymous application system. Please submit expressions of interest to include a completed application form and one A4 page abridged CV.  Please do not mention your name, institution or other... Read more

Vacancies on the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Sub-committee of the MCC

ACPGBI is inviting applications from Ordinary Members for the IBD Sub-Committee. These vacancies are open to ordinary members.Please submit expressions of interest to include a covering letter and one A4 page abridged CV to James Wheeler,... Read more

Nominations are invited for the President-in-Waiting for the period 2021-2022

To serve as President-Elect from 2022-23 and President from 2023-2024 Nominations must be on a nomination form and accompanied with a personal statement detailing why you feel you would be able to fulfil this role (approximately 500 words). Read... Read more

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