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Trip to Ukraine

19-24 May 2024

A team of ACPGBI members travelled to Lutsk in Ukraine In November 2023. We delivered a 5-day course on the principles of laparoscopic colorectal surgery combining lectures, dry labs and live operating. Another unit in Ukraine has requested... Read more

2024 Trainee Coloproctologist of the Year Award

Deadline Friday 8 March 2024

This award is designed to identify and highlight colorectal trainees nationally who have been outstanding throughout their training and have shown excellence in the areas of research and academia, leadership or education and training. This... Read more

Recruitment open for JAG Training Lead

​​​​​​​Closing date for applications is 4 March 2024

The JAG endoscopy training clinical lead will work in partnership with JAG programme manager (training and data) to ensure the successful delivery of the certification programme for endoscopy trainees (JETS) and nursing competency programme (JETS... Read more

ACPGBI Medical Students Elective Bursary

Deadline Sunday 3 March 2024 (23:59)

Eligibility Criteria The applicant must be a student member of ACPGBI (FREE to join) The applicant must be a medical undergraduate at a UK university in the penultimate or final year of medical school The elective must be at least 4 weeks... Read more

AWR Training Survey

Short survey looking into how prepared we are for simple and complex abdominal wall hernias

On behalf of British Hernia Society and ACPGBI we would be very grateful if you could fill out a survey via the link below. We are surveying senior trainees (ST7 & ST8), surgical fellows and young consultants (within 2 years of CCT). On average... Read more

ACPGBI New Guidelines Committee

One additional applicant from the Ordinary Membership Category

The ACPGBI has established a new committee dedicated to producing robust and evidence-based guidelines. These guidelines are crucial in underpinning modern clinical practice and governance, as well as supporting the development and relevance of the... Read more

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