UCL Upper GI Symposium (UGIS)

The upper GI field has expanded remarkably over the last decade or so with the advent of minimally invasive diagnostics, therapies, and devices. Coupled with better disease stratification and the need for multidisciplinary approach to management.
This course aims to provide a practical and up to date guide to decision making targeted at all GI healthcare providers including Gastroenterologists, GI trainees, nurse endoscopists, upper GI nurse practitioners, and upper GI physiologists. The latest innovations will be highlighted by a world-renowned faculty in a series of interactive lectures and video demonstrations to maximise learning.

Learning Objectives

1- Summarise the latest State of the art multidisciplinary approaches to the evaluation and
management of patients with:
- Dysphagia
- Oropharyngeal disorders (ENT, neuromuscular, mechanical (pouches/crico-pharyngeal spasm), functional and behavioural)
- Oesophageal disorders (luminal [strictures, EoE, Lichen Planus, other], functional (rumination), motility)
- Reflux, heartburn and belching: functional vs organic causes
- Atypical reflux/LPR (Globus, throat clearing, hoarseness, chronic cough), inlet patches, other
- Barrett’s oesophagus
- Non-cardiac chest pain
- Dyspepsia, gastric polyps, H Pylori

2 - Clarify common controversies in the diagnosis and management in certain scenarios
such as:
- EoE (role of EndoFLIP, PPIs, diet, strict remission versus on-need therapy, etc)
- Management of benign refractory strictures
- Safety of long term PPI use in EoE, GORD and Barrett’s
- Testing and treatment pathways for patients with oropharyngeal symptoms
- Endoscopic versus surgical management of Zenker’s, achalasia and GORD

3 - Emphasise the need for multidisciplinary approaches to those patients and the role of different specialties such as: dieticians, SALT, ENT, GI Physiology, GI radiology, GI surgery

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Option 1 - Consultant Rate (BSG Member)

UCL Upper GI Symposium (UGIS)

The upper GI field has expanded remarkably over the last decade or so with the advent of minimally invasive diagnostics, therapies, and devices.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30

Option 2 - Consultant (Non BSG Member)

Consultant (Non BSG Member)

We are delighted to invite you to our inaugural symposium.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30

Option 3 - Registrar / Trainee Rate (BSG Member)

Registrar / Trainee Rate (BSG Member)

The upper GI field has expanded remarkably over the last decade or so with the advent of minimally invasive diagnostics, therapies, and devices.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30

Option 4 - Registrar / Trainee Rate (Non BSG Member)

Registrar / Trainee Rate (Non BSG Member)

We are delighted to invite you to our inaugural symposium.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30

Option 5 - Nurse Rate (BSG Member)

Nurse Rate (BSG Member)

The upper GI field has expanded remarkably over the last decade or so with the advent of minimally invasive diagnostics, therapies, and devices.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30

Option 6 - Nurse Rate (Non BSG Member)

Nurse Rate (Non BSG Member)

We are delighted to invite you to our inaugural symposium.

28/02/2020
08:30 - 17:30
UCL Upper GI Symposium (UGIS)

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Course Details

Tutor: Dr Sarmed Sami & Dr Rami Sweis
Contact: Cameron Thompson
Tel: .
Email: ugisuclh@gmail.com
Venue:
UCH Education Centre
250 Euston Road
London
NW12BU